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William Penn.

William Penn

William Penn

Bas relief of William Penn

William Penn medal.

Philadelphia Founders Week Commemorative Medal

Pennsylvania Hospital, E. wing built 1755. [graphic].

Slate roof house _ Residence of W. Penn 1700.

Landing of Penn. Dock Creek.

Residence of Wm. Penn 1700.

William Penn's mansion or the "slate-roof house." Southeast corner of Norris Alley and Second Street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Wm. Penn's treaty with the Indians when he founded the Province of Pennsila. 1661

Office of Foreign Affairs at Philadelphia 1780.; Letitia house.

Wm. Penn's treaty with the Indians when he founded the Province of Pennsya. 1661

The statue of Wm. Penn crowned by Fred'k Coombs.

Views of Pennsylvania Hospital, 801-849 Pine Street, Philadelphia.

Penn talking to the Indians

Treaty Tree

Landing of William Penn.

The belt of wampum delivered by the Indians to William Penn at the "Great Treaty" under the Elm Tree at Shackamoxon in 1682. "Not Sworn to and never Broken."

Wm. Penn's treaty with the Indians, when he founded the province of Pennsa. 1681.

Treaty Tree.

Letitia House.

Children's Wooden Puzzle

Old Penn Hotel, Philadelphia, Pa.

[Letitia Penn House, 8 Letitia Street, Philadelphia]

Reliques of William Penn in Philadelphia in 1864.

R. & G.A. Wright [graphic] : Manufacturers of the celebrated gold medal perfumery and importers of French, English & German druggist & fancy articles, no. 23 South 4th St. Philadelphia. / Reen, engr.

Penn's House (yet standing), in Letitia Court, Philada.

[Slate Roof House, former residence of William Penn, southeast corner of Second and Sansom Streets, Philadelphia]

[William Penn Hotel, 10 Letitia Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Penn's landing at Essex House, Chester.

The legend of the clock / by B.J. Leedom. This clock was brought over from England by the writer's ancestor in 1682, in the ship Welcome, with William Penn. The lines are suggested by the traditions received from his grandmother, who died in her hundredth

Freiheit Edelmuth & Bruderliebe, Unabhangiger Orden der Rothmaenner [membership certificate]

[William Penn Parlor, Great Central Fair, Philadelphia, 1864]

The Penn Parlor.

[Dr. J.C. Ayer & Co. trade cards]

Penn's Treaty; Boon and the Indians.

The Delaware County Society, for the Promotion of Agriculture, Horticulture, Manufactures, and the Mechanic and Household Arts.

In sixteen eighty two, you surely have heard how William Penn and honest treaty made. All good Indians mourn him still and remember his proclamation of good will to use the Enterprise bone, shell, and corn mill.

[S. Shoneman trade cards]

[A.C. Yates & Co. clothing trade cards]