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Carpenters' court and hall (in perspective), Chestnut St. bet. Third and Fourth St. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Henry Hill's mansion, northeast corner of Fourth and Union street. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Unitarian Church, northeast corner of Tenth and Locust Street. [graphic] /. Photograph by Richards.

[Warnick, Chadwick & Bro. stove factory and iron founders, northeast corner of 2nd & Race streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Northeast corner of Chestnut and Second streets] [graphic].

Pictorial views of houses & places in Germantown yr 1859. [graphic].

[Academy of Natural Sciences and La Pierre House, north west corner of Broad and Sansom Streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[The Fisher House. Formerly No. 110 now 226 South Front Street. [graphic] : The residence of Saml. R. Fisher - where he deceased. His son (only) Thomas then occupied the house where he died, on Tuesday morning, Feby 12th 1856. The house is remarkable from

[Chestnut Street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets] [graphic]

[View of the north side of Chestnut Street, east of Second Street, to the river Delaware] [graphic].

View of the north side of Chestnut Street, east of Second Street, to the river Delaware [graphic] / Photographed from a daguerreotype by Mason - 1845 [sic] - by Richards.

Girard House Hotel, northeast corner of Chestnut & 9th St. [graphic] : As viewed from the southwest across the foundation walls of the new hotel on the s.e. corner of Chestnut and Ninth Street / Photograph by Richards.

Old Houses, on the east of Fifth Street, with entrance to a "court," to Fred. Brown's iron buildings n.e. cor. of Chestnut and Fifth sts. [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

[Chestnut Street Theatre, 603-609 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia] [graphic] / Photograph by McClees 160 Chestnut St., Philada.

[Little Dock and Spruce streets, at Second Street] [graphic].

[Library Street, southside, between Goldsmith's Hall and Fourth Street] [graphic].

North-west corner of Fifth and Arch street. (A primitive house) [graphic] / Photograph by Richards.

Abolition Hall