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[Stream, with abandoned mill] [graphic].

Wissahickon.

On the Wissahickon below Red Bridge.

Old Mill near Jay Cooke's residence Chelten Hills.

McDowell Paper Mills - actual paper makers since 1825.

Wakefield Mills, Fisher's Lane. Built by Wm. Logan Fisher.

[Man and two girls in front of the old Livezey mill on the Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.]

[Old mill buildings.]

[Road beside old mill building.]

[Lewis?] Mill, foot of Flying Hill


Todmorden Mills. Highland. Warranted. All wool.

Wissahiccon Paper Mills. Warehouse, 30 South Sixth Street, Charles Magarge & Co., Philadelphia, Penna.

On the Wissahickon.

E.S. Sullivan's Black Diamond Combination is coming in their new version of Uncle Tom's Cabin.

Old water mill, near the Wissahickon. Taken Oct. 14, 1906. A day of happy memories. [graphic].

Dobson's Mills - Falls of the Schuylkill.

Hofmeister Woolen Mills, from loom to wearer. Spring 1908. Summer 1908. [graphic].

[View of wooden pedestrian bridge spanning a small canal.]

[Wooden foot bridge near the old Livezey mill on the Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.]

[Outbuildings on Livezey Lane, Philadelphia.]

[View of canal bridge with adjacent mill building.]

Mill from bridge on road to [Mana]squan, [Sea Girt, NJ] [graphic].

Saw Mill up creek. Swiftwater, [PA], [Poconos] [graphic].

Wissahickon stone bridge.

General view, Dupont's Powder Mills.

Bishop's Mills on the Wissahickon.

Bridge at Bishop's Mills.

Wissahickon Creek.

[Bells Mill Road Bridge spanning the Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia]

Manayunk near Philadelphia.

Manayunk.

George & James M. Bullock. "Conshohocken Woolen Mills" :

Manayunk, near Philadelphia.

Manayunk near Philadelphia.

Civil War era patriotic ream wrappers [graphic].

Civil War era patriotic ream wrappers [graphic].

Oxford Carpet Mills, Wm. Hogg, Jr. Philadelphia. [graphic].

On the Wissahickon.

Comlyville power loom factory. No. [blank] 50 1/2 yards. Warranted fast colours. J. Steel.

Specimens lithography , engraving and printing establishment of Augustus Kollner, designer, engraver & lithographer, copperplate & lithographic printer. Phoenix block, corner of Second & Dock streets, Philadelphia.

Espy, Mills B.

Mills, Kirk B.

Comly Ville near Frankford - Philadelphia Co.

Keyser & Foxe's mahogany steam saw mill & turning shop No. 21 [later 225] Crown St. between Race & Vine Sts., Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by G. Heiss.

[Group portrait in front of a stone mill building, Fairmount Park.]

Old Mill at Newport, [RI], from Pelham St. [graphic].

Mill from bridge on road to [Mana]squan, [Sea Girt, NJ] [graphic].

Old millwheel & bridge over the Hawkskill, at Luray [VA] [graphic].

Mill from S[outh]. Young Mr. Franklin in foreground. [Sea Girt, NJ] [graphic].

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