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Charles Oakford & Sons model hat store nos 826 & 828, Chestnut Street, Continental Hotel. Philadelphia. Hats, caps & furs, wholesale & retail. [graphic] / Lith by Ibbotson & Queen, 311 1/2 Walnut St.

Charles Oakford's model hat store, 158, Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Hats, caps and furs, wholesale and retail. [graphic].

Wm. B. Eltonhead, dealer in all kinds of watches, and manufacturer of all kinds of jewelry and silver ware, 184 South Second Street, (between Pine & Union Streets, west side,) Philadelphia. [graphic] / J. Magee, Del.

[Burton & Laning paper hanging manufactory, 6th Street above Camac, Philadelphia] [graphic] / On stone by Rease & Schell No. 17 Sth. 5th St. Phila.

Price & Harper's steam saw mill, fancy chair manufactory and lumber yard, Girard Avenue, between Seventh & Eighth, Philadelphia. [graphic] / Lithographed by W. H. Rease, No. 97 Chestnut St.

View of the United States Hose house & apparatus, Philadelphia. [graphic] : To the Independent Fire Co. of Baltimore & the Franklin Fire Co. of Washington, this print is respectfully dedicated, (as a slight token of appreciation of their generous hospital

East view of Philadelphia, Pennsylva[nia] and part of Camden, New Jersey. [graphic] / Drawn from nature by A. Kollner.

Keystone Marble Works. S. F. Jacoby & Co., Market St. betw. 20th & 21st Philadelphia. [graphic].

J. H. Michener & Cos. curing, packing & smoking establishment S.W. corner of Front and Willow Sts. Philadelphia. [graphic] / On stone by W. H. Rease, 17 So. 5th. St.

The Farm. A scene near Gray's Ferry, Philada. Co., Pa. [graphic] / Sam'l Sloan Archt.

Philadelphia Gas Works. From the south west. [graphic] / John C. Cresson, engineer.

Views of a cemetery

Masonic Temple. New Masonic Hall, Chestnut St. Philadelphia.

The Calvary Presbyterian Church, Locust Street, - Philadelphia.

Cliveden - The Chew House - Germantown, Pa.


The New Masonic Hall, Philadelphia.

Tabernacle M. E. Church. 11th St. above Jefferson St. Philadelphia.

Scene at the U. S. Agricultural Society's Fair, Philada. 1856.

Philadelphia Gas Works. From the south west.

Wood & Perot's ornamental iron works. Philadelphia.

Burton & Laning. Manufactory: 6th Street above Camac.

East view of Philadelphia, Pennsylva. and part of Camden, New Jersey.

Exterior view; Interior view of the temporary Hedding M. E. Church. Situated on the S.E. corner of Coates and Sixteenth Sts. Philadelphia.

Dale, Ross & Withers, importers & jobbers of silks & fancy goods, 219 Market St & 42 Commerce St, Philadelphia.

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

Shad fishing (taking up the net.)

Shad fishing (taking up the net.) [graphic] : On the Delaware opposite Philada. Glo'ster bleaching mills in the distance. / From nature and on stone by James Queen.

[Proofs before titles of lithographs for City Sights for Country Eyes] [graphic].

West Arch Street Presbyterian Church, corner of Eighteenth & Arch streets, Philadelphia, Pa. [graphic] / J.C. Hoxie, architect, Philadelphia. Joseph Denegre, builder.

1710 The prison at 3rd & High (Market) sts.

[Dyottville Glass Works]

Conflagration of the steam boat New Jersey on the Delaware River opposite Philada.

[M. L. Hallowell & Co. Importer and jobbers in silk goods, 147 Market Street, Philadelphia]

[Ruins of Landsdowne, the estate of the late Wm. Bingham Esqr. Pennsylvania]

[Scene in the woods at Landsdowne, the estate of the late Wm. Bingham Esqr. Pennsylvania]

The Fourth Baptist Church, n.w. corner of Fifth & Buttonwood streets, Philadelphia.

Exterior view of the tabernacle of the Alexander Presbyterian Church, Rev. Alfred Nevin. D.D. Pastor. N. E. corner of Nineteenth and Green streets. Philadelphia.

Interior view of the tabernacle of the Alexander Presbyterian Church, Rev. Alfred Nevin. D.D. Pastor. N. E. corner of Nineteenth and Green streets. Philadelphia.

Centre Mission School of Christ Church Germantown.

Raising the stand pipe for the Germantown Water Works. Birkinbine & Trotter, engineers.

The belt of wampum delivered by the Indians to William Penn at the "Great Treaty" under the Elm Tree at Shackamoxon in 1682. "Not Sworn to and never Broken."

Christ Church Germantown Phila.

St. Clement's Church. Philadelphia.

Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul Philadelphia.

West view of Schuylkill Falls Laboratory. Powers & Weightman, manufacturing chemists, Philadelphia.

HSP Ba 72 D 584

Girard House Polka

P.S. Duval & Son lithographers. S.W. corner 5th and Minor street. Philadelphia.

Steam tugs, Columbus and Alert. Vessels of all classes towed to and from sea and about the harbor; towing to and from Schuylkill and all other descriptions promptly attended to. S. Flanagan No. 78 South Delaware Avenue.