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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.

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

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

Independence Hall. Philadelphia 1876.

Liberty Stove Works

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

[J.W. LeMaistre trade cards]

Jacob Lorsch, dealer in gentlemen's furnishing goods, 344 South Street, Philad'a.

G.M. Loudenslager, dealek [sic] in cigars and tobacco, 480 North Third St., Philad'a.

He loves me a little.

[Marks Bros. trade cards]

"Mack's milk chocolate." The best! It is pure! Ready for instant use. Boiling water only required.

Edward P. Macken, dealer in Key West, imported and domestic cigars, and tobacco, my 5 cent cigars a specialty. 1140 Pine St., Philad'a.

Compliments of the MacKinnon Pen Company.

Wm. MacMullan, Jr., grocer, (Successor to MacMullan Bros.) 1205 Market St., Philad'a.

Public Ledger Job Printing Office, south-west corner Sixth and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia

[Partridge's cafe and dining rooms trade cards]

[Partridge & Richardson trade cards]

[Old Judge cigarettes, Goodwin & Co., New York, U.S.A.]

Painter, Read & Eldredge, fashionable clothing, Franklin Hall, 321 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

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

E.H. Parry, fashionable hatter, S.E. cor. 10th & Market Sts. Phila.

Tyler's market & fruit store, 1516 Market Street, elegant bananas & oranges 25, 30.

Curwen Stoddart & Brother, 450, 452 and 454 N. Second Street, Philadelphia.

[Strawbridge & Clothier trade cards]

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

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

[John P. Twaddell trade cards]

["It leads them all." The Sunday Item.]

Mrs. Swasey, 340 N. Eighth St., Philada.

[Thermaline, manufactured by Dundas Dick & Co., New York]

Thitchener & Glastaeter, steam job printers, 14 & 16 Vesey St., New York.

Wm. Menke & Bro. Dress trimmings. 804 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

S.L. Miller, plain & fancy printer, Waldoboro, Me.

[Milliken's linen store trade cards]

If dat ar fish knowd dis wor Merrick's thread, he wouldnt ha bit.

Compliments of Merscher Bros., tailors, 521 Poplar Street, Philadelphia.

Rain-time. / Sun-time.

Corn-time. / Past-time.

[George W. Miles trade cards]

J.W. Miller, wholesale dealer in books, stationery & cigars, No. 439 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa.


[Lorenzo Puccini trade cards]

Stuart Robson and Wm. H. Crane.

Romantic Park, High Bridge, G.W. Riley, proprietor. Music day & evening. Boats to let. Refreshments, &c.

Ripka & Co. artists' and wax flower materials, ebony and velvet frames, 146 S. Eighth St., Philadelphia.

[Rising Sun Stove Polish by Morse Bros. trade cards]

L. Prang & Co. art and educational publishers, Boston, Mass.