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[Remington Road ruins] [graphic].

[Ruins of house in Manayunk, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Man among fire ruins of a building] [graphic].

[Fire ruins of a building] [graphic].

[I.P. Morris & Co. Works, Port Richmond, Philadelphia, after boiler explosion of October 19, 1861]

Results of boiler explosion at I.P. Morris & Co. Works, Port Richmond, Philada Oct. 19 / 61.

[Results of boiler explosion at I.P. Morris & Co. Works, Port Richmond, Philadelphia, Oct. 19 / 61]

A lumber yard after the freshet of Sep[tember 4,] 1861.

[Ruins of Gilbert Stuart's studio, rear of 5410 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia]

[After the fire of McKean, Newhall and Borie's Sugar Refinery on Lagrange Place.]

[Ruins of William C. Patterson & Co.'s bonded warehouse, South Front and Lombard Streets, Philadelphia]

Gilbert Stuart's studio.

Ruins of father's building [715-719 Arch Street] from [George] Harris [& Sons, lithographer] 2nd story window, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

1227-1229 Market St. after the great fire at Hunt, Wilkinson + Co's 1212-19 Market St., [Philadelphia, PA] [graphic].

[Jacob and George A. Binder lumber yard after the freshet of September 4, 1861]

Ruins of St. Augustines Church North 4th Street Phila.

[Norristown Railroad Bridge across the Wissahickon Creek]

715-17-19 Arch Street after fire of 2/23/1900 [graphic].

715-17-19 Arch Street after fire of 2/23/1900 [graphic].

[Fire] Ruins of 715-19 Arch St. from Garner's window, [possibly] 710 Arch, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Ruins of 715-19 Arch St. from Garner's window. Possibly 710 Arch, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Front of father's building 715-719 Arch St., the morning of the fire, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Fire] Ruins of 715-19 Arch St. from [George S.] Harris [& Sons, lithographers] 2nd story, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Fire] Ruins of 715-19 Arch. From a window of [George S.] Harris [& Sons, lithographers] 2nd story, [Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Ruins of 715-19 Arch. From a window of (George S.) Harris' (& Sons, lithographers) 2nd story, Philadelphia] [graphic].

High Street Prison and Market Shambles.

[Ruins of the Hall]

The terrible conflagration at Ninth and Washington Streets, Philadelphia.

High Street and market shambles.

Old stable where [Stuart] painted Washington's portrait. On Wister's, Main St. below Bringhurst, [Germantown] [graphic].

[Fire] ruins part of Father's & May's property, No. 721 Arch [Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[700 block of Arch Street with fire ruins of Morris building] [graphic].

Ruins of old studio where Gilbert [Stuart] painted Washington's portrait [1795]. At Wm. Wynne Wister's 4622 Main St[reet, Germantown] [graphic].

Ruins of museum building. Ninth below Chestnut Street. [graphic].