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Jeff. Davis caught at last. Hoop skirts & Southern chivalry. [graphic].

Humboldt Monument in Fairmount Park, designed by Collins & Autenrieth, for the Humboldt Festival Committee.

Swarthmore College

Philada. Physical Institute.

New Mill House at Fairmount. H. P. M. Birkinbine. Chief Engineer.

Do They Miss Me at Home

[F. Brown druggist, storefront] 1822.

Camp Brightwood, Col. Henry S. Briggs, 10th Massachusetts Volunteers [graphic].

Gallant charge of United States Cavalry. Gallant charge of Lieutenant Tompkins of the Second Cavalry, at Fairfax Court House, Va., on the morning of June 1, 1861. [graphic].

Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, supported gratuitously by the citizens of Philadelphia, Pa.


Poplar Grove. Residence of E.S. Richards, near Germantown, Penna.

Rialto House, Christopher Dusch, proprietor. Fairmount Park.

[Frederick Brown, storefront] 1868.

Emancipation

View of the farm where the murder of the Deering [sic] Family was committed by the fiend Antoine Probst on April 7th 1866.

Philadelphia Schutzen-Verein. 1869.

Illustrated description of the Battle of Gettysburg. By Holtzworth. [graphic] / Peck.

The last ditch of chivalry or, a president in petticoats [graphic].

A disloyal British "subject" [graphic].

The capture of Jeff Davis [graphic] : His last official act "the adoption of a new rebel uniform." He attempts to "clear his skirts," but finds it "all up in Dixie" / Giles.

The capture of an unprotected female, or the close up of the rebellion. [graphic] J. Cameron

Offering a substitute. A scene in the office of the provost marshall [graphic].

Gallant capture of a ladys wardrobe by the brave troops of Florida [graphic].

Shadows of the times. [graphic] /. P. Kramer del.

Shadows of the times. [graphic] /. P. Kramer del.

Why don't you take it? [graphic].

Why dont you take it? [graphic] / Friz del.

Pencoyd Iron Works

Pennsylvania Horticultural Society [certificate].

[The Wissahickon]

F. Moras, lithographer, 109 Sth Fourth St. Philadelphia.

Kunzman & Hall, practical lithographers, no. 216 1/2 Walnut Street Philadelphia.

Wm. Painter & Co., bankers, No. 110 South Third Street, buy all kinds of quartermasters' vouchers, including certificates for deserters, and court martial certificates.

Proclamation of Emancipation. By the President of the United States of America

"Seems Madam! Nay it is!" Shakespere.

A plan for the regulation of cars stopping at crossings.

Vankirk & Co. Philadelphia.

Cataract House, Niagara Falls.

Gottleib Hartung's wine & lager beer hall and restaurant. Importer of Rhenish and Neckar wines, No. 512 Race St., Philadelphia.

J. P. Buggy, palmoral [sic] skirts. Manufacturer.

Jeff. Davis in prison. [graphic].

The precarious situation. [graphic]

Offering a substitute. A scene in the office of the provost marshall [graphic].

Plan of fair for the Soldiers & Sailors Home. Academy of Music, Philadelphia. October 23 to November 4, 1865. [graphic] / F. Bourquin, Chesnut St. 602.

Whann's Super Phosphate Manufactory. Walton, Whann & Co., proprietors. Wilmington, Delaware, office, Front & Market sts.

[Trade cards containing a view of the Rhine Valley]

Ruclius & Kinlzbach doll manufacturers Philadelphia.

Annual mask ball of the Liedertafel at the National Guards Hall, February the 13th 1865.

Baltz, Stitz, & Co. Importers & dealers in brandies, wines, gins &c. Bourbon & rye whiskies. No. 333 North 37th St. Philadelphia.


Right Revd. Francis Xavier Gartland. First Bishop of Savannah Ga.

William & Coons, importers of fancy goods. Manufacturers of pocket books, no. 19 North Fourth St. Philadelphia.

[Job printing specimens for certificates, bank notes, receipts, labels, and billheads]

F. & L. Ladner's Military Hall. No. 532 North Third St. Philadelphia.

Ficken & Williams, steam sugar refiners, Crown, Willow and Fifth streets, Philadelphia.

Bought of Stretch, Bennett & Co. (Successors to Peter T. Wright & Co.) Importers of and dealers in drugs and medicines. Also brandies & wines for medical purposes. No. 609 Market St.

Bought of James S. Aspinwall, druggist, 86 William Street.


Fate of the radical party. [graphic] / JAL; Am. News Co. Agent N.Y.

The great November contest. Patriotism vs bummerism. [graphic]


J. P. Buggy, palmoral [sic] skirts. Manufacturer. [graphic].



L. Kausz successor to H. Kausz , manufacturer & importer of and dealer in artist's materials, 810 Walnut Street Philadelphia. [graphic].

Louis Thoenebe & Co.'s lager beer saloon, 337 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Lunch from 10 to 12 o'clock. Choice brands of wines and liquors constantly kept on hand.

Mayer, Strouse & Baum's continental bitters. No. 116 North 3rd St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Importers of wines, brandies, gin &c.

N. & G. Taylor Co., importers of tin plate, metals, sheet iron &c. [graphic] : Established 1810.

49th social assembly and fancy dress party of the Mercantile Reading Association. Musical Fund Hall, Thursday March 22, 1866 [graphic].

Annual mask ball of the Liedertafel at the National Guards Hall, February the 13th 1865. [graphic].

Baltz, Stitz, & Co. Importers & dealers in brandies, wines, gins &c. Bourbon & rye whiskies. No. 333 North 37th St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Fred. Baltz. John Stiltz. Andrew Bold.



Gray Reserves Company D, First Regiment, Reserve Brigade, P.M. [certificate] [graphic].

The Union Business College [certificate] [graphic].

United States Plate Glass Insurance Co. of Philadelphia [certificate] [graphic].

Vankirk & Co. Philadelphia. [graphic] / Boell, eng.

Whann's Super Phosphate Manufactory. Walton, Whann & Co., proprietors. Wilmington, Delaware, office, Front & Market sts. [graphic] : Daniel Fields, general agent for the Southern states.

William & Coons, importers of fancy goods. Manufacturers of pocket books, no. 19 North Fourth St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Saml. W. Williams. Joseph Coons.

William & Coons, importers of fancy goods. Manufacturers of pocket books, no. 19 North Fourth St. Philadelphia. [graphic] : Saml. W. Williams. Joseph Coons.

[Job printing specimens for certificates, bank notes, receipts, labels, and billheads] [graphic].

Pennsylvania Building Block Co. [certificate] [graphic].

Right Revd. Francis Xavier Gartland. First Bishop of Savannah Ga. [graphic].

Ruclius & Kinlzbach doll manufacturers Philadelphia. [graphic].

Shekinah Lodge No. 246 A.Y.M. [graphic].

Steel's Bay Printing Company [certificate] [graphic].

[Receipt for chiropodist, 921 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia] [graphic].

[Trade cards containing a view of the Rhine Valley] [graphic].

Jeff. Davis in prison.

Abraham's dream! : "Coming events cast their shadows before." [graphic].

Congressional surgery legislative quakery. [graphic] / A., Del.

Congressional surgery legislative quakery. [graphic] / A., Del.

The battle of Bull's Run [graphic].

A "dodge" that won't work. [graphic] / J. Cameron.

The dis-united states or the Southern Confederacy. [graphic]

Scent to the legislature. [graphic] / Andrews, Del.

Political caricature no.3. The abolition catastrophe, or the November smash-up. [graphic]

Oh! Massa Jeff dis sesesh fever will kill de nigger. [graphic] / [FJB?]

The precarious situation. [graphic]

Republican platform, or the political montebank. [graphic]

The national game. Three "outs" and one "run" [graphic] : Abraham winning the ball.

The man that blocks up the highway [graphic].

Jeff. Davis., the compromiser, in a tight place. [graphic]

How free ballot is protected. [graphic] / J.E. Baker, del.

"I say Billy, do you know why I'm doing this? Cause, I'm going to run for Congress soon!" [graphic] /. Potomac.

Goddard & Co. apothecaries, No. 1228 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Henry Simons. Wagon & U.S. national coach works. Philadelphia

[Detail from circular of views of the interior of a concert hall and saloon, probably F. & L. Ladner's Military Hall, 528-532 North Third St. Philadelphia]

Philadelphia Alms House [certificate]

Continental Hotel, Philadelphia, J.E. Kingsley & Co., proprietors [envelope]

The Wissahickon

[Geo. H. Vandike & Co., importer of wines & liquors], 630 Market St. Philada.

Parson Brownlow

W. Boell, practical lithographer and engraver, 311 Walnut Street Philadelphia.


[Specimen sheet of volunteer fire fighting vignettes]

Good Will Fire Company of Philadelphia.

Jacob Haehnlen's lithographic & steam powered letter press printing rooms.

Mayer, Strouse & Baum's continental bitters. No. 116 North 3rd St. Philadelphia.

Family record

Head quarters of La Fayette at the Battle of Brandywine.

Alexander Young, grain distiller, South Street, above Fourth, Phila.

Plan of fair for the Soldiers & Sailors Home. Academy of Music, Philadelphia. October 23 to November 4, 1865.

Jacob Haehnlen's steam power lithographic & letter press printing rooms

[Philadelphia Brewery]

John Brown meeting the slave mother and her child on the steps of Charlestown jail on his way to execution.

John Faulkner, carter & teamster, 30th and Walnut Sts., Philadelphia.

Hoopes & Townsend. Manufacturers. Buttonwood Street, below Broad Philadelphia, Pa.

Savournin's Celebrated Snow White Diamond for beautifying the complexion

Stern, Jonas & Co. No. 218 North Third Street, Philadelphia.

Major General B.F. Butler, U.S.A.

Abraham Lincoln

Bought of Edwin Hall, no. 28 South Second St., silks, shawls, dress goods, cloths, mourning goods, furnishing goods, gloves, hosiery, embroideries, laces, white goods &c.

To Fenstermacher Brothers, Dr. Shipping and commission merchants, no. 5 Walnut Street, above Delaware Avenue, oysters, fruits, poultry, &c.

Bought of F. Millett & Co. Wholesale dealers in foreign and domestic fruits, spices, olive oils, canned goods, &c. No. 5 Arch Street.

E. Andrews, manufacturer of saws, patent hooks and stirrups, patent taks, patent spring steel wood-saw frames.

Cornish & Co., new manufactory. High grade organs & pianos, Washington, New Jersey, U.S.A.

Henry Simons. Wagon & U.S. national coach works. Philadelphia [graphic] / W.H. Rease N.E. cor 4th. & Chestnut Sts.

Columbia Hose Co. of Philadelphia [membership certificate]

Henry Miller's concert garden. Nos. 720 & 722 Vine Str. Philadelphia

[Label specimens]

Free negroes in Haiti

Fort Federal Hill, Baltimore, MD. [graphic].

[Textile labels advertising Ginghams, and Balmoral skirts]

[Trade cards for Ehrgott, Fobriger & Co.]

The little homeless one or "no one to kiss me good night"

Smuggling medicines into the South [graphic].

[Print containing sentimental genre scene and proof vignette bust portraits] [graphic].

[Textile labels advertising Ginghams, and Balmoral skirts] [graphic].

[Trade cards for Ehrgott, Fobriger & Co.] [graphic].

Plan of the Mercantile Library of Philadelphia. 10th Street above Chestnut.

S.E. view of Philadelphia

[Billheads from Omaha, Nebraska businesses issued to Dr. Charles L. Heizmann]

Philadelphia, Paris & New-York fashions, for spring & summer 1861. Published and sold by F. Mahan, no. 720, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Offering of bells to be cast into cannon [graphic] / AJV; FBM.

The Declaration of Independence illustrated. [graphic] / Fabronius; Designed by R. Thayer; L. Prang & Co. Lith, Boston.

Coterie Carnival, Academy of Music, Able & Riley, directors, Monday, Jany 11th, 1869

[Advertising specimens]

[Checks, bank notes, billheads, and receipts specimens]

Free negroes in the North

Writing the Emancipation Proclamation

The Confederacy in petticoats [graphic].

[Miscellaneous popular medicine ephemera]

The (Fort) Monroe doctrine. [graphic]

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African Americana Civil War envelope collection [graphic].

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