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The reception of the "Ah-Haussoo-Noh-Beh" or "Queen's Mouths." [graphic] / F.E. Forbes, del. ; M. & N. chromo lith.

Two little boys dressed for First Communion standing in front of a brick house, Philadelphia.

Little girl standing in her First Communion dress, Philadelphia.

Girl in white dress standing in front of wrought iron gate, Philadelphia.

Young girl in white dress standing in front of window, Philadelphia.

Girl in First Communion dress standing in front of painted brick wall, Philadelphia.

Two little girls in First Communion dresses, Philadelphia.

Two girls in First Communion dresses standing in front of window, Philadelphia.

Master of ceremonies, Frank Shantz.

Boy and girl in front of a religious statue of Mary, Philadelphia.

Entered apprentice. Fellow-craft. Master mason.

Slave barracoons -- burial-ground [graphic] / J.B.Z.

[St. Clement's church, Easter 1865]

Independent Order of Odd Fellows [membership certificate]

Views of a cemetery

St. Clement's church, Easter 1865

President Lincoln's hearse.

Unveiling of Washington statue, Phila., May 15, 1897.

Representation of the court of select audience -- Costume, and the ceremony of swearing fidelity to the British government [graphic] / Drawn by J. Dupuis ; C. Williams sc.

Funeral Car, erected by Wm. H. Moore & Son (Undertakers, No. 181 Arch St. Pha.) Especially for the occasion of the funeral obsequies of the Late President of the United States, General Zachary Taylor, Philadelphia, July 30th, 1850.

Interior of St. Philip Neri Church. Philadelphia, Penna.

Residence of Lt. General Grant as it appeared April 15, 1865


Lecompton funeral. [graphic] / Hy.

Funeral Car, used at the obesequies of President Lincoln, in Philadelphia, April 22nd, 1865,