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Mansion of Mr. William Young at Rockland, Delaware. Built 1802. [graphic] / Richards.

[Chestnut Street, rooftop view east from Odiorne's studio at 920 Chestnut Street] [graphic].

[Chestnut Street, rooftop view east from Odiorne's studio at 920 Chestnut Street] [graphic].

Fifth Street above Arch Street, west side. [graphic].

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

[Myers, Claghorn & Co. auction store, 232 Market Street] [graphic].

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

[Chestnut Street, rooftop view east from Odiorne's studio at 920 Chestnut Street] [graphic].

[Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, Chestnut Street above 4th, north side, Philadelphia] [graphic]

Independence Hall or State House, from the N.E. across the ruins made by the great fire N.W. corner of Chestnut & Fifth St. [graphic].

[Fairmount Water Works forebay during the winter.] [graphic].

Schuylkill Navigation Co. canal and Fairmount Water Works in the distance [graphic].

[Jefferson Medical College]

[St. Mark's Lutheran Church, Spring Garden Street, south side, west of 13th Street, Philadelphia]

Northwest corner Fourth and Pine streets. [graphic]

[Wm. Wilson & Son, manufacturers of silverware, northwest corner Fifth and Cherry streets] [graphic].

[S.E. corner of South and Second streets] [graphic].

[Wines and liquors. Wholesale and retail store, northeast corner Second and Spruce streets] [graphic].

Southeast corner Spruce and Fourth. [graphic].

[Water Street at Spruce Street, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

[Eugene Duffy, inn, southwest corner of Dock and Water streets] [graphic].

[M'Clees & Germon daguerreotype rooms, 160 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Graff House, southwest corner of Seventh and Market streets, Philadelphia] [graphic] / McClees & Germon patent crystalotype 160 Chestnut St. Philada.

Wire Bridge (Fairmount). From the southeast in the spring of 1855. [graphic] / McClees.

The Swedes' Church, Southwark. (From the south east.) Rector Rev. J.G. Clay, D.D. [graphic] : Called Gloria Dei Church / Taken in the spring of 1856.

The Willing Mansion house, as it appeared Aug. 30, 1856. [graphic] : The three buildings in the view on the south, occupy the site of a part of the garden of the Mansion. They were built in the year.

View of the toll-house, Superintendents residence, and part of Schuylkill Canal, &c. on the W. side of River Schuylkill, opposite Fairmount [graphic].

[Eastern State Penitentiary] [graphic].

Unidentified church with Ionic portico in a residential street. [graphic].

[Police Station, Union Street between Third and Fourth streets, south side, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

[Family posed in front of clapboard house] [graphic]

[Little Dock and Spruce streets, northwest corner, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

[New England House and Edward France Hotel, 114 Dock Street, Philadelphia.] [graphic].

Fourth Street above Pine Street [graphic].

[Spring Garden Institute, northeast corner Broad and Spring Garden streets, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Spring Garden Hall, N.W. corner Thirteenth & Spring Garden St. [graphic] / McClees.

Odd Fellows Hall, s.e. corner of Broad and Spring Garden sts. [graphic].

Jefferson House, so. west corner of Seventh and Market st. [graphic] / Photograph by McClees

The Butler Mansion house, N.W. cor. Chestnut & Eighth St. After the posters were removed. [graphic] / Taken by McClees in the spring of 1856.

The Butler Mansion, N.W. corner of Chestnut & Eighth Sts. [graphic].

Jefferson Medical College So. Tenth Street. [graphic].

Harrison's House, 18th and Locust at Rittenhouse Square. [graphic].

Joseph Waterman's Western Exchange Hotel, 15th & Market streets. [graphic] / Photograph by McClees 626 Chestnut St. Philada.

Harrison's Row, Locust St. bel. 18th. [graphic].

Deaf & dumb asylum, n.w. corner Broad & Pine Street, Philadelphia [graphic].

Central High School house, Broad Street. [graphic].

[Chestnut Street in the snow, view east from Odiorne's studio at 920 Chestnut Street] [graphic].

Gartley's portable steam engine, Front ab. Arch [graphic].

Wood & Perot factory [graphic]

Old Swedes Church [graphic].