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[Sweetbriar, Lansdowne Drive, Philadelphia]

Tamany Fish House, on the Pea Shore, R. Delaware. [graphic] / Thomas M. Scott.

Rialto House, Christopher Dusch, proprietor. Fairmount Park.

After the performance, stop at the New Home Dining Rooms, for good oysters, salads & a delicious cup of tea or coffee. J.M. Sparks, No. 11 N. Tenth St.

Forney's ladies and gent's new dining rooms, 1405 Filbert Street, opp. Penn. elevated R.R. depot, Phila.

Green's Hotel postcards.

Kugler's Restaurant postcards.


Ladies' and Gentlemens' Restaurant, Green's Hotel, Chestnut and 8th Streets, Philadelphia, Pa.

Cafe L'Aiglon, corner of main dining room, Chestnut and Fifteenth Streets, Philadelphia.

Blanks', dining room, 1024-26 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Restaurant, Union League Philada.

[Wanamaker's Dining Rooms trade cards]

Geo. C. Brotherton, prop'r. Sample and lunch room, No. 130 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Marshall House, "The Union and the Constitution." No. 243 N. Fourth St., above New, Philadelphia.

Arthars popular ice cream & dining rooms for ladies & gentlemen, 33 South Sixth St., 4 doors ab. Chestnut, Philadelphia.

Horn & Hardart's Automat postcards.

Horn & Hardart's Automat postcards.

Elfreth's Alley, looking west towards Second Street. Philadelphia, Pa.

Girard House, Phila.

Dining room, Zoological Garden.

Burdsall's ladies' and gents' ice cream, oyster and dining parlor, N.E. corner Thirteenth and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Fifth above Arch Street, eastside, Philadelphia. [graphic].

F. Defoney's oyster saloon, No. 545 North Third Street, Philadelphia. Fried oysters a specialty.

[Funeral procession for President Lincoln, 1000 block of South Broad Street, Philadelphia, April 22, 1865]

[G. Byron Morse trade cards]

[Sooy's trade cards]

[Funeral procession for President Lincoln, 1000 block of South Broad Street, Philadelphia, April 22, 1865]

[Partridge's cafe and dining rooms trade cards]

Bingham Hotel postcards.

[Hearse and coffin in Philadelphia]

Lake from Mach. Hall.

Ph. J. Lauber's restaurant, Centennial grounds, near Horticultural Hall.

Gottleib Hartung's wine & lager beer hall and restaurant. Importer of Rhenish and Neckar wines, No. 512 Race St., Philadelphia.

Stereoscopic view of Market Street, Philadelphia, including a view of the Market House from 8th to Front St.

Stereoscopic view of Market Street, Philadelphia, including a view of the Market House from 8th to Front St. [graphic].

[Hope Hose Company steam fire engine and fire fighters in front of the company fire station, Second and Union streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Smith's Island. C. Boenning, proprietor

Ph. J. Lauber importer of wines. Wholesale retail. Nos. 24 & 26 South Fifth St.

[Chestnut Street, east of Second Street, south side, Philadelphia]

No.1 Residence of Rt. Rev. Dr. Wm. White, Bishop of Pennsylvania, No. 2 Residence of Chas. Chauncey, Esq. No.3 his law office [graphic] : these houses on Walnut Street No. 3 being one to the n.w. cor. of that and Third Street / Photograph by Richards.

[New Chestnut Street Theatre]

New Chestnut Street Theatre. [graphic].

[New Chestnut Street Theatre.] [graphic].

[New Chestnut Street Theatre]


[Chestnut Street looking east from below Fifteenth Street, Philadelphia]

[Plate 2 and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets] [graphic].

[Plate 2 and advertisements from Rae's Philadelphia pictorial directory & panoramic advertiser. Chestnut Street, from Second to Tenth Streets]