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Tamany Fish House, on the Pea Shore, R. Delaware.

[Humane Engine Company hand-pump fire engine]

Church of the Resurrection. Rising Sun Village. Revd. Thos. J. Davis, rector.

Panorama of Philadelphia.

Target firing State Fencibles, Capt. J. Page, the seat of Dr. William Wetherill, Fatland (near Valley Forge) Montgomery Co. Pa. June 14th 1859. [graphic].


Fountain in Franklin Square Philad.

Odd Fellows' Broadway Hall. Broad & Spring Garden Streets, Philadelphia.


Hope Hose & Steam Fire Engine Co. no. 2

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


The new Moravian church of 1856, S.W. Corner of Wood & Franklin Sts. [graphic] / Herline & Hensel Lith.

Second Reformed Dutch Church. [graphic] / John H. Sherwin, del.

Commissioners Hall, Northern Liberties, Phila. [graphic] / CK; Thos. M. Scott, Pinxt.

Commissioners Hall, Northern Liberties, Phila.




St. Paul's M. E. Church Catherine St. above 6th. Philada.

Section of the fire plug used in Philadelphia.

The Clay compromise - a settler. [graphic]


West Chester Public School. Sanford Culver, principal

First Baptist Church of West Phila. Philadelphia.

The directory and prefect of the Sodality of St. Joseph's Church, Philada. To all who shall see the present letters greeting in the Lord.

Philadelphie.

Harrisburg, Pa. (Bridgeport)

The White Turtle & the Red Crab of Philadelphia.

Uncle Tom and Little Eva.

Two boys strolling past temptation

Ethnographic tableau

Scenes from Uncle Tom's Cabin. No. 1

First meeting of Uncle Tom and Eva.


Fairmount. [graphic].

Mount Vernon--Washington's Residence. [graphic].

8418.F.2 left section

8418.F.2 right section

Grandfather's visit. [graphic].

My country residence. [graphic].

Three in the morning.

Running to a fire. A colision [sic].

Near a fire. Say! Just hold this while I fetch another section, will you. (Likely?)

Near a fire. An awkward attachment.

Shankland's American fashions for fall & winter. 1851-2. 100 Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

To Mrs. Amelia Bloomer.

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

Grand reception ball in full regalia in honor of the Grand Lodge of the United States. I. O. of O. F. [invitation]

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