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

Main Exhibition Building & Horticultural Hall, 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.

Independence Hall. Philadelphia 1876.

J. Ashbrook, Jr. Successor to J. Ashbrook & Son, fine family groceries, S.W. cor. 2nd & Queen Sts., Philad'a.

[Wanamaker & Brown trade cards]

Miss E. Levy, 1018 Chestnut St., Phila. Umbrellas & parasols, leather goods, fans.

Winter scene in Philadelphia.

International Exhibition. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. 1876.

Hartley Knight, carpets, 1222 Chestnut Street, Philada.

[Jones & Fisher trade cards]

[Samuel F. Simes trade cards]

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

T. Gorham, carpenter and builder, No. 3852 Lancaster Ave. or No. 3707 Haverford St.

Shafer's pure fruit syrups.

E.D. Trymby, furniture, 1217 Market Street, Philadelphia.

Peter Schwindt, ladies' and gents' fine shoes, No. 1208 Columbia Avenue, Philadelphia.

[James S. Loag trade cards]

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.]

Lavine, Hartford Chemical Works, 30 Union Place. Try Lavine for washing.


Scene on the Wissahickon

[S. Zugsmith's trade cards]

R.L. Shute, 695 Broadway, below 4th St., west side, New York.

Aromatic Pino-Palmine Mattress. 915 Arch St., 113 N. Front Street, Phila. and 115 Water St., Boston, Mass.

Wm. H. Hoskins, 913 Arch St., Philad'a. Lithographer & engraver. Stationer & blank book manufacturer. Steam power printer.

Inscho, manufacturer of best 25 cent confectionery in the city. No. 1317 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Geo. W. Flagg, banker and broker, 255 Thames St., Newport, R.I.

[The Goodwin Gas Stove & Meter Co.'s Sun Dial gas stove trade cards]

Edward A. Smith & Co., 219 and 221 N. Eighth Street, Philadelphia.

Union Tea Co., No. 1735 North 10th Street, teas, coffees, & spices. Handsome & useful presents given away with tea and coffee.

Burdsall's ladies' and gents' ice cream, oyster and dining parlor, N.E. corner Thirteenth and Chestnut Sts., Philadelphia.

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

[Powers & Weightman, chemical manufactory, Philadelphia]

[Milliken's linen store trade cards]

H.R. Henry, produce dealer, stalls, No. 106 & 108 Fourth Ave., Fifth St. market, Philadelphia.

Wear Celluloid collars and cuffs.

"The Palace," 323 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. Next door to "Fidelity." Imported & domestic segars, meerschaum goods and smokers' articles.

[Geo. A. Castor trade cards]

Compliments of E.M. Bruce & Co., general managers for the Estey Organ, 18 North 7th St., Phila.

Wilson & McCallay's Happy Thought. Wave line plug tobacco.

The West End Shoe Store, custom work and repairing, Geo. E. Bissex, agt. 3612 Market Street.

Jas. Walker, dealer in fine groceries, 706 South Broad Street, (formerly with John H., Parker, 11th & Market Sts.) Orders by mail solicited.

Chr. Jud, fancy cake bakery, ice cream saloon and confectionery, 238 S. Eleventh, Philadelphia.

[P.R. Hansbury & Co. trade cards]

Liberty Stove Works

Patapsco baking powder.

Compliments of Bartlett, 1033 Chestnut St., fine boots and shoes.

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