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Princeton Presbyterian Church, Phila.

Wissahiccon Paper Mills. Warehouse, 30 South Sixth Street, Charles Magarge & Co., Philadelphia, Penna.

Empire Hook & Ladder Company, no. 1. Instituted February 6, 1851.

Charity ball of the Sons of Malta at the American Academy of Music Philadelphia March 4th 1859.

Commissioners Hall, Spring Garden

Interior View of L. J. Levy & Co's Dry Goods Store, Chestnut St. Phila.

First Moravian Church cor. Franklin & Wood sts. Philadelphia.

Columbia Avenue & 5th St. Factory

Cornelius & Baker, Philadelphia. Cherry St. manufactory, (court yard view). ; Columbia Avenue & 5th St. manufactory.

American Life Insurance and Trust Co., Office Walnut Street south east corner of Fourth, Philadelphia.

Interior view of Independence Hall, Philadelphia.

Church of the Evangelists. Catharine St. west of 7th., Philadelphia.

Dr. Hoofland's celebrated German bitters and balsamic cordial. Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, 418 Arch St., Philadelphia. [graphic].

Tabernacle M. E. Church. 11th St. above Jefferson St. Philadelphia. [graphic] / Lith. by J. F. Watson S.E. cor, of 4th & Walnut.

Jones & Co. of the crescent one price clothing store, No. 200 Market Street, above 6th Philada. [graphic] / On stone by R. F. Reynolds No. 30 S 5th. St.

Grand lodge room of the new Masonic Hall, Chestnut Street Philadelphia. To the R. W. Grand Master, Grand Officers, and Members of the Grand Lodge of Penna, and the Order in general this print is respectfully dedicated by L. N. Rosenthal. [graphic] / On st

Interior view of Independence Hall, Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone Max Rosenthal.

[James S. Mason & Co. ,108 North Front Street, challenge blacking, ink &c. manufactory] [graphic] / J. Queen, del.

"The Continental" Schottisch. /

Wagner & McGuigan's lithographic & steam power printing establishment Athenian Building, Franklin Place.

Souvenir of the coldest winter on record. Scene on the Delaware River at Philada. during the severe winter of 1856.

L.N. Rosenthal. Lithographic office, removed to N.W. cor. of Fifth & Chestnut Sts. Philadelphia.

Henry Adolph, manufacturer of furniture wholesale and retail, warerooms no. 36 North Second St., one door above the Christ Church Philadelphia.

H. B. McCalla, successor to the late Andrew McCalla, No. 252 Market St. First hat & cap store below 8th St. south side, Philadelphia.

Thos. S. Wagner, formerly Wagner & McGuigan lithographers, Franklin Place, no. 38. Lithography in all its branches.

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

Gezo, King of Dahomey [graphic] / F.E. Forbes, del. ; M. & N. chromo lith.

Hoofland's German bitters, a pure tonic.

[Print with ornate border containing vignettes representing the seasons]

T. Sinclair & Co. lithographers Philadelphia.

Hoofland's German bitters, a pure tonic. [graphic].

Longworth's sparkling Catawba & Isabella, still & sweet Catawba, and Catawba Brandy. Cincinnati. [graphic].

[Print with ornate border containing vignettes representing the seasons] [graphic].

The Delaware County Society, for the Promotion of Agriculture, Horticulture, Manufactures, and the Mechanic and Household Arts.

A. Hawley & Co., perfumers and chemists, no. 39 North Fourth Street, above Arch, Philadelphia.

Harrison's Handkerchief Extracts

Roussel's premium perfumery

Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society [diploma]

Pennsylvania State Agricultural Society. [life membership certificate]

Hoskins, Hieskell & Co. Importers & jobbers of fancy and staple dry goods. No. 213 Market & 34 Commerce St. Philada.