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Manayunk: in the summer [graphic].

Rising mist after rain. Juniata River.

Machinery Hall.

[Canada Lumber Exhibit]

Main Building - Northwest.

Canada Lumber Exhibit.

New York State Building.

Main Building from Machinery Hall.

Main Building, from east end.

East Approach of Park Tunnel Looking West, Phila.

East Approach of Park Tunnel Looking East, Phila.

State b'l'd'g's, New Hampshire Day.

Republic Avenue from Mach. Hall.

The scenery of the Pennsylvania Central Rail Road.

Real estate development in Hughes Park, Pennsylvania.

Views from the Reading Railroad near Reading, Pa.

Junc. R.R. tunnel under Market & Chestnut Sts.

Holy Trinity, Sixth and Spruce sts. [graphic] / M.P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Landscape and portrait photographer.

Main Building - North side.

Elevated railway - Centennial grounds.

Machinery Hall.

Main Building - East end.

Machinery Hall.

[Real estate development by E. A. Havens Company, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania.]

[St. James Church, Philadelphia, Pa.]

[St. James Church, Philadelphia, Pa.] [graphic] / M.P. Simons, 1320 Chestnut Street.

Machinery Hall - North Avenue - April 1

U.S. Government Building and State Avenue from West end.

Women's Pavilion.

Judge's Pavilion.

State buildings, "New Hampshire Day".

Women's Pavilion and New Jersey State Building.

Main Building - north entrance.

Main Building - for "Art and Industry".

Memorial Hall.

Republic Avenue from Machinery Hall.

Lake from Mach. Hall.

[Construction crew near railroad tracks, July 8, 1904]

State buildings, "New Hampshire Day."

Republic Avenue from Machinery Hall.

Machinery Hall.

Memorial Hall.

The Lake, from Machinery Hall.

The lake, from Machinery Hall.

Main Building, north entrance.

Memorial Hall.

General view of state buildings.

[22nd Street, west side north of Market Street, Philadelphia]

[Railroad overpass to Reading Terminal over Poplar Street near Ninth Street, Philadelphia, March 18, 1913]

[Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company tracks under construction to raise grade crossings, Ninth Street above Poplar Street in Philadelphia]