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Penn talking to the Indians

Independence Hall. Philadelphia 1876.

Main Exhibition Building & Horticultural Hall, International Exhibition. Fairmount Park. Philadelphia. 1876.

View of the grounds and buildings International Exhibition. Fairmount Park. Philadelphia. 1876.

1776. Centennial Fountain, 1876. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. Erected under the auspices of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America.

Exhibit at the Centennial Exposition 1876.

Liberty Stove Works

Conrad Busche, manufacturer & dealer in plain and fancy confectionery, wholesale and retail, 123

Lemon Hill Mansion

International Exhibition Sydney

Smoke Day's standard Durham smoking tobacco

Compliments of the American Sewing Machine Company :

Commercial lithography of Theo. Leonhardt & Co., 324 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

Bergner & Engel's Brewery. Office, 412 Library Street. Brewery, 32d and Thompson Sts. Philadelphia.

Scene on the Wissahickon

Chas. A. Smith. Barbers supplies. Jefferson and Randolph [Streets] Philadelphia.

Solar Tip Shoes

Phoenix Oil Co. Phila.

Solar Tip shoes for children

Winter scene in Philadelphia.

[Powers & Weightman, chemical manufactory, Philadelphia]

Bird's eye view of Centennial buildings

Panorama of Philadelphia and Centennial Exhibition grounds.

The great American Centennial Exhibition puzzle blocks, in sectional parts

Washington Steam Mills, Gloucester N.J. near Philadelphia.

[Views of four prominent buildings at the Centennial Exhibition, Fairmount Park, 1876]

[Uncut sheet of four chromolithographs of children and animal scenes]

Thos. Sinclair & Son, general lithographers. 506-508 North St. bet. Arch.

Hotel Lafayette. Situated on Broad St. betw. Chestnut & Walnut sts. Philadelphia Pennsylvania.

Of the old firm of P.S. Duval & Son, and late of Duval & Hunter, S.C. Duval, lithographer, 401 Ranstead Place, above Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [over.]

Of the old firm of P.S. Duval & Son, and late of Duval & Hunter, S.C. Duval, lithographer, 401 Ranstead Place, above Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [over.]

Simes' storage warehouse & yards. Trenton Avenue, Somerset, and Fulton sts. Philadelphia. Down-town office, 224 Walnut St.

Compliments of Burk & M'Fetridge, printers & lithographers, 304 Chestnut, Philadelphia.

Coughlin & Eldredge, book store, Binghamton, N. Y. 60. 60. 60.

Ask for P. Cox & Bro.'s fine shoes.

"And then, the lover sighing like furnace."

Send for specimens of "orange blossom" and "rose" to Crider & Brother, York, Pa. Marriage certificates.

[Conrad Brothers' trade cards]

James A. Consterdine, crystal ivorytype artist, 124 S. Ninth St., Philadelphia.

Conway, gent's furnisher, 1602 South Street, Philadelphia.

Colgate & Co.'s "new" soap. The "new" soap in oval cakes unequalled for laundry use.

[Darlington, Runk & Co. trade cards]

Decker Bros. matchless pianos, New York.

F. Defoney's oyster saloon, No. 545 North Third Street, Philadelphia. Fried oysters a specialty.

O. B. De Morat, photographer, No. 2 South Eighth St., Philadelphia.

John D. Cutter & Co. manufacturers of pure silk threads & fabrics.

Use Dalley's magical pain extractor. The great family ointment.

Sample of clown cards 4 designs, assorted colors. Published by Thos. S. Dando, 307 Walnut St., Philad'a.

Joseph M. Cohen, highest cash price paid for cast-off clothing. Call or address No. 1547 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia.

[Croft, Wilbur & Co. trade cards]