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West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. starch & farina works. Chestnut & Bridgewater Streets, Philadelphia. Refined pearl starch & corn farina. [graphic] / James Queen.

Interior of the upper chamber or hall of the Moravian Church, of 1742.

Calvary Church, Manheim St. Germantown.

The original Moravian Church of 1746 to 1820 with the parsonage, S.E. corner of Moravian Alley (now Race St.) & Race St.

[Invitation to the opening of the Continental Hotel including an exterior view of the building]

Girard College for Orphans, at Philadelphia, Pa.

View looking from the north east [Department for White Children. House of Refuge]

The original Moravian Church of 1742. S.E. corner of Moravian Alley (now Bread St.) & Race St.

South west view of West-Town Boarding School. Chester Co. Penna. Instituted 1794, opened 1799, enlarged 1847.

Montgomery Female Seminary

Accident on the Camden and Amboy Railroad, near Burlington, N.J. Aug. 29th 1855. 21 persons killed, 75 wounded.

View of the department for coloured children of the House of Refuge.

Masonic Hall Chesnut St. Philada. Erected A.D. 1813. Destroyed by Fire A.D. 1819.

Harrison's Columbian Perfumery. Harrison's Columbia Ink.

Church, corner 4th St. & Washington Av. Morrissania, Long Island, N.Y.

Dwelling house, corner Avenue A & 85th Street, New York.

[Nineteenth-century view of a group of people attired in fancy dress]

Church, corner 4th St. & Washington Av. Morrissania, Long Island, N.Y. [graphic] : 55 x 80 feet.

Dwelling house, corner Avenue A & 85th Street, New York. [graphic] : 38 x 38 feet.

[Nineteenth-century view of a group of people attired in fancy dress] [graphic].

Pine Street Church. Built A.D. 1764. Remodeled 1857.

Northern Liberty Fire Company. No. 1. Instituted May 1st 1756. Incorporated March 18th 1833.

View of the department for white children of the House of Refuge.

Penn Steam Engine & Boiler Works. Foot of Palmer Street, Kensington, Philadelphia. Reaney Neafie & Co. engineers, machinists, boiler makers, black smiths & founders.

Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul Philadelphia.

Two of the killers.

Fair Mount Fire Company. Instituted Febr. 22th, 1823. Incorporated April 19th, 1850.

South east corner of Fifth & Market sts. Phila.

Tabernacle Baptist Church, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Die Katholische St. Peter's Kirche zu Philadelphia. An der Fünften und Franklin Strasse.

Cedar Hill Female Seminary.

Hope Hose Company. Instituted 1805.

Stand pipe. For West Philada. Water Works.

Eli Hess' Penn Steam Marble Mantel Manufactory, Coates St. above Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia.

The Floating Church of the Redeemer, Philadelphia. Built by Clement L. Dennington of New York for the Churchmen's Missionary Association for Seamen.

Chinese Museum Grand Carnival Ball of the Broken-Hearted Club. Philadelphia. Dec. 28th. 1853.


Abm. Miller manufacturer of portable furnaces, cylinders, fire bricks & tile, dentists furnaces . . . superior earthenware etc. Callowhill below Broad St. Philadelphia.

The Vigilant. Instituted Jany 2, 1760.

Episcopal Hospital (Late Leamy estate)

View of the department for white children of the House of Refuge.

The Roxborough Baptist Church.

Interior of the upper chamber or hall of the Moravian Church, of 1742.

Interior of the lower audience chamber of the Moravian Church, of 1746.


Philadelphia.

Weccacoe Fire Compy. Instituted 1800, incorporated 1833.

United States Fire Co. of Philadelphia, Instituted 1811

View of the department for coloured children of the House of Refuge.


The original Moravian church of 1820. S.E. corner of Moravian Alley (now Bread Street) & Race St.

Interior of the lower audience chamber of the Moravian Church, of 1746.


The original Moravian Church of 1746 to 1820 with the parsonage, S.E. corner of Moravian Alley (now Race St.) & Race St.

P.S. Duval's colour printing & lithographic establish.

Awful accident on the North Pennsylvania Rail Road on Thursday July 17th 1856.

St. James Catholic Church West_Philadephia in progress of erection for Rev. J. V. O'Keeffe.

First Presbyterian Church, Southwark, Phila.

Fairmount.

Hibernia Fire Engine company, No. 1, of Philadelphia.

[Philadelphia]

J. W. Williams Arts Emporium Ivorytype Establishment.

Independence Hall

First Baptist Church, Nicetown, Pa.

West Philadelphia Hose Cos. steam fire engine no. 3.

Combined letter box and lamp post. Patented March 9, 1858, by Albert Potts, Philadelphia. [graphic].

Penn Steam Engine & Boiler Works. Foot of Palmer Street, Kensington, Philadelphia. Reaney Neafie & Co. engineers, machinists, boiler makers, black smiths & founders. [graphic] / Lith. by W. H. Rease 4th & Chesnut St.

Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul Philadelphia. [graphic].

Franklin Iron Works. Sutton & Smith's iron foundry, Franklin Street between Second and Front Streets, Philadelphia [graphic] / W. H. Rease.

Penn Steam Engine & Boiler Works. Foot of Palmer Street, Kensington, Philadelphia. Reaney, Neafie & Co. engineers, machinists, boiler makers, black smiths & founders. [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease, No. 17, So. 5th. St. (FHS on stone).

Robert Wood's steam iron railing works, Ridge Road above Buttonwood St, Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease, 17 Sth. 5th. St.

Stand pipe. For West Philada. Water Works. [graphic] / On stone by Rease & Shell, No. 17 So. 5th. St.

Wright, Hunter & Co. S.W. cor. Ninth & Walnut Sts. Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by R. F. Reynolds, No. 30, S 5th St.

The New Masonic Hall, Philadelphia. [graphic] / Tholey ; Lithy. of Friend & Aub, 80 Walnut St.

Eagle Hotel, No. 139 North 3rd. Street Philadelphia. [graphic].

[Morocco leather manufactory, B. D. Stewart, S.E. corner of Willow Street and Old York Road, Philadelphia] [graphic].

Two of the killers. [graphic].


Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company. Warehouse 104 Chestnut St. Philada. Factory Newtown, Connecticut. Belting, packing, hose, clothing, druggist-articles, etc. [graphic].

Joseph Ripka's mills. Manayunk 21st Ward Philadelphia. Manufacturer of all description of plain and fancy cottonades for men & boy's clothing warehouse 32 So Front St. [graphic] / Lith. of W. H. Rease N.E. cor. 4th & Chesnut.


The original Moravian church of 1820. S.E. corner of Moravian Alley (now Bread Street) & Race St. [graphic] / Lith. by Herline & Hensel.

St. Peter's Catholic Church of Philadelphia. At Fifth and Franklin Streets.

Alfred Jenks & Son's machine works, Bridesburg. [graphic].

Chestnut Street Schottisch. [Wm. D. Rogers' "Carriage Repository", 1009 & 1011 Chestnut St.] [graphic] / J. Haehnlen Lith Phila.

The State Penitentiary for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania [graphic].

View of the department for coloured children of the House of Refuge. [graphic]: Looking from the north west. / John McArthur Jr. Architect, 15, Mercantile Library Building, Phil.

View of the department for white children of the House of Refuge. [graphic]: Looking from the south west. / John McArthur Jr. Architect, 15, Mercantile Library Building, Phil.

W. P. Hacker, importer and wholesale dealer in china, glass, queensware & fancy goods, No. 60, North Second Street, Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease, 17, So. 5th. St.

Abbott & Lawrence. Liberty Stove Works, Brown Street above Fourth St. Philada. [graphic] / Drawn & lithd. by A. Kollner.

Northern Liberties & Spring Garden Water Works. [graphic] / Drawn from nature by Thos. M. Scott ; C.K. [C.C. Kuchel].

Tamany Fish House, on the Pea Shore, R. Delaware. [graphic] / Thomas M. Scott.

Masonic Hall Chesnut St. Philada. Erected AD 1809. Destroyed by Fire A.D. 1819. [graphic] / Wm. Strickland architect; D. Chillas Lith. 50 S. 3rd Street.

Elevation plan of Granite St. buildings and those connecting with Walnut, Dock and Front Streets. [graphic] / Drawn for J. Godley Esq. at A. Kollner's Lithy. N.E. cor. of 2d. & Dock St.

Bennett & Co. Tower Hall, clothing bazaar No. 182 Market St, between Fifth & Sixth. Philadelphia. [graphic] / Executed, by, W. H. Rease No. 17 So. 5th. St.

Neall & Matthews, iron founders and machinists, Bush Hill Iron Works (Formerly occupied by Rush & Muhlenburg,) corner of Fairview & Schuylkill Seventh St., Philadelphia. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by W. H. Rease No. 17, So. 5th St.

Keyser & Foxe's mahogany steam saw mill & turning shop No. 21 [later 225] Crown St. between Race & Vine Sts., Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by G. Heiss.

[First Reformed Presbyterian Church, Broad Street between Spruce and Pine streets, Philadelphia]

Friend's Meeting House. (Side elevation).

Decatur Steam Fire Co. membership certificate

Jayne's [patent medicine label] [graphic].



View of the department for white children of the House of Refuge.

Wagner & McGuigan's steam lithographic printing establishment no. 4 Athenian Buildings, Franklin Place Philadelphia.



[Diploma of the Philadelphia Society for Promoting Agriculture at the annual exhibition held at Powelton, Philadal Sept. 1860]

Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf & Dumb.

Hon. Abraham Lincoln,

Chestnut Street, west of Fourth.

Porter ale and lager beer brewery at Fountain Green of Engel & Wolf

Joseph Ripka's mills. Manayunk 21st Ward Philadelphia. Manufacturer of all description of plain and fancy cottonades for men & boy's clothing warehouse 32 So. Front St.

The Roxborough School House. Founded by William Levering, 1748, rebuilt 1795

Point Breeze Park, schottisch

A correct view of the City of Philadelphia on the Delaware River as it appeared on 25th of January 1852.

Jacob Haehnlen's lithographic & fancy printing establishment, No. 125 South Third Street, directly opposite Girard Bank, Philadelphia.

Friend's Meeting House. Race Street, Philadelphia.

Wootten's excelsior stove lustre or pure black lead

View of cotton plantation and gen [sic] in West Indies in 1764 [graphic] / F. Fuchs sc.

Insurrection on board a slave ship [graphic] / W.L. Walton, lith.

Gerney & Algeier, seedsmen & florists, 69 Chestnut St., Philadelphia.

Grice & Long, patentees. Steam passenger car and self adjusting trucks for rail way curves. Offices 205 1/2 Walnut St. Philada. 94 Wall St. New York.

The great Republican reform party, calling on their candidate. [graphic]

The great presidential race of 1856. [graphic]

The follies of the age, vive la humbug!! [graphic]

Gerney & Algeier, seedsmen & florists, 69 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. [graphic] : Seeds, plants, bulbous roots; fruits, shade & ornamental trees.

Grice & Long, patentees. Steam passenger car and self adjusting trucks for rail way curves. Offices 205 1/2 Walnut St. Philada. 94 Wall St. New York. [graphic] :

Whig equestrian exercises - ground and lofty tumbling. [graphic].

Sunday laws : Hanging the cat on Monday for killing the mouse on Sunday. [graphic]

The chivalry at the English court. [graphic]

The pious Mr. All-bone, taking leave of his directors previous to his departure for Europe. [graphic].

The little giant - in the character of the gladiator. [graphic] /. For Sale at 217 Walnut St. Phila.


John Bull and the Nicaragua question [graphic] : John's duplicity and disregard of treaty obligations.

Daniel Webster addressing the United States Senate

Germantown schottisch

Diocesan Missionary Society of the Protestant Episcopal Church of Pennsylvania. [membership certificate]

View of the department for white children of the House of Refuge.


Cooking ranges.

[Pine Street Church. Built A.D. 1764. Remodeled 1857]

Passenger Railroad Relief Association of Philadelphia [certificate]


Views of Liberia from "W.F. Lynch report of mission to Africa"


The Albion Society. [membership certificate]

Chester County Mining Company's Works


Ground plan of the Philadelphia Gas Works.


G[ustavus] Bergner's Lager Beer Saloon & Depot, 239 Dock Street, below Third St., Philadelphia.

Friend's Meeting House & School. Race St. East of 16th.

The North Philadelphia Plank Road Company [stock certificate]

Manayunk.


Schnabel & Finkeldey, lithographers, 218 Walnut St., Phila.

Chestnut Strasse, Sudwetseite der 4th.= Chestnut Street, west of Fourth.

Hood & Noblitt. No. 121 Nth. 10th St above Race, Philadelphia

General view of Laurel Hill Cemetery.

John Brown. Leader of the Harper's Ferry insurrection.

Wright, Hunter & Co. S.W. cor. Ninth & Walnut Sts. Philadelphia.

M.H. Traubel & Co., successors to F. Kuhl, lithographic institute, 46 1/2 Walnut, Phila.

[Mrs. James Queen]

Stein & Jones, printers & lithographers, no. 320 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

West Philada. Institute.

[Garsed & Brother Wingohocking Mills billhead]

Eagle Hotel, No. 139 North 3rd. Street Philadelphia.

Woodlands Cemetery. Main entrance.

Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia

City Marble Works and Steam Mantel Factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell.

Ethnographic tableau

[Proof vignette of Southern planter and scenes from the South]

Todmorden Mills. Highland. Warranted. All wool.

Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf & Dumb. [graphic] / Drawn on stone by Albert Newsam, a former pupil of the Institution; From a daguerreotype by Collins.

Woodlands Cemetery. Main entrance. [graphic] / James Queen.

View of the department for white children of the House of Refuge. [graphic]: Looking from the south west. / John McArthur Jr. Architect, 15, Mercantile Library Building, Phil.

General view of Laurel Hill Cemetery. [graphic].

West Philadelphia Institute. [graphic].

City Marble Works and Steam Mantel Factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell. [graphic] / Rease & Schell's Lith., No. 17 So. 5th St., Philda.


Hibernian Benevolent Institution. Incorporated 1833.

Kimball & Gorton Philadelphia R. R. Car Manufactory, 21st. & Hamilton streets Philadelphia.


Goodyears Rubber, Packing & Belting Company.

[Sunday School membership certificate] [graphic].

[Social Temple of Honor and Temperance membership certificate] [graphic].

Shankland's American Fashions for the Spring & Summer of 1853, 100 Chesnut [sic] Street Philadelphia.

Chestnut Street, east of Third

Shankland's American fashions for the spring & summer of 1852, 100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

Specimens lithography , engraving and printing establishment of Augustus Kollner, designer, engraver & lithographer, copperplate & lithographic printer. Phoenix block, corner of Second & Dock streets, Philadelphia.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia taken by George Heap from the Jersey shore, under the direction of Nicholas Scull surveyor general of the province of Pennsylvania.

Paris, New York & Philadelphia fashions for fall 1852, published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 211 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York, fashions for fall & winter 1858-9. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 720 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia.

Paris, New York & Philadelphia fashions, for spring & summer 1855. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 211 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Alfred Jenks & Son's machine works, Bridesburg.

[Philadelphia. From Girard College]

Elevation plan of Granite St. buildings and those connecting with Walnut, Dock and Front Streets.

The Oakland Female Institute. [diploma]

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