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St. Ann's Church Philadelphia, Pa.

Stokes Brothers, lumber dealers, 30th Street below Chestnut, Philadelphia.

J.T. Moore, wholesale dealer & manufacturer's agent, wooden-ware, baskets, brooms, brushes, twine, cordage, &c. No. 235 South Front Street, Philadelphia.

The Buick & Sherwood Mfg Co., manufacturers & dealers in sanitary specialties. Detroit, Mich.

Reading's Sesqui-Centennial, Reading, Pa. Jubilee Week June 5th to 12th, 1898. 150th Anniverary.

[Billheads of L. N. Brunswig, exporter, importer and wholesale druggist, New Orleans, La.]

[Billheads of Houston Drug Company, druggists, Houston, Tx.]

Frank Diflo, locksmith, bell hanger and gunsmith, 1350 Bainbridge Street, Philadelphia.

Julius E. Henkel, interior decorator, 912 Spring Garden Street, Philadelphia.

Schaum & Uhlinger, successors to W.P. Uhlinger, Glenwood Ave. and Second St., Philadelphia, U.S.A.

Schuehler Bros., tin roofers, heater & range workers, 1124 North Second Street, shop, 142 Edward St., Philadelphia.

Catalogue illustration - Exterior view of factory.

The Gilbert Photo Co., Inc., 926 Chestnut St.

[Architectural drawing of the front elevation of Strawbridge & Clothier, 8th and Market Streets, Philadelphia] [graphic]

C.C. Whitenack, commercial photographer, 1944 N. Camac Street, Philadelphia

[Business stationery of Strother Drug Co., previously W. A. Strother & Son, wholesale druggists, 906 Main Street, Lynchburg, Va.]

A. E. Brown & Co., manufacturers of children and infants' shoes, Orwigsburg, Penna. A. E. Brown. J. A. Paul. P. W. Fegley.

The military and historical portrait group of the officers of the Third North Carolina U. S. V. Infantry in the war with Spain, commanded by Colonel James H. Young. The first negro regiment ever organized and entirely officered by colored men.

Hofstetter Bros. Lithographers, stationers, printers, and blank book manufacturers. 508 & 510 Cherry Street, Philadelphia.

George Albert Lewis Old Houses and Stores Album

Souvenir calendar and memorandum book. Compliments of McCormick Harvesting Machine Co. Chicago, Ill. [graphic].

The old houses and stores with memorabilia relating to them and my father and grandfather