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Sugar Cane plantation

Chamounix Falls postcards.

Drive near Sweet Briar Mansion postcards.

West Park Arboretum flower bed postcards.

Children's Playhouse postcards.

Tom Moore's Cottage postcards.

Frankford Arsenal postcards.

Southern Manual Training School postcards.

William Penn High School for Girls postcards.

Pennsylvania Railroad System Building, Philadelphia, Pa.

West Philadelphia Station postcards.

Shibe Park. Philadelphia, Pa. The Home of the Athletics.

United States Mint postcards.

Hotel Adelphia, Chestnut at 13th Street, nearest to everything in Philadelphia.

Cathay Restaurant, 1221-23 Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. [graphic] : Music, dancing, broadcasting.

The Phipps Institute for Consumptives, 7th & Lombard Sts. Philadelphia, Pa.

Train entrance of the Philadelphia subway, Front & Arch Sts. [sic], Philadelphia, Pa.

St. John's R.C. Church, Thirteenth St. above Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Rex Avenue Bridge postcards.

Happy Hollow Playground, opened April 29, 1911.

Church of the Nativity, Allegheny Ave. & Belgrade St., Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Stock Exchange postcards.

Commercial Trust Bldg. Philadelphia, Pa.

House in which John Wanamaker was born. Philadelphia.

Horticultural Hall, Broad above Spruce Streets.

Manufacturers' Club.

Offices, paint factory and warehouse of Samuel H. French & Co.

Girard Avenue Title and Trust Co. Girard Avenue and 18th Street, Philadelphia.

Bell Telephone building, 17th and Arch Streets postcards.

Chinatown by moonlight Philadelphia, Pa. [900 block Race Street] [graphic].

West Park Trolley Station postcards.

Chamounix Lake postcards.

Philadelphia on a busy day.

St. Clement's Church postcards.

St. James the Less, Falls of Schuylkill postcards.

Betsy Ross House postcards.

Immaculate Conception Church chapel and St. Vincent's College, Germantown, Pa.

Kugler's Restaurant postcards.

Hotel Lorraine postcards.

Medico-Chirurgical Hospital postcards.

St. Peters Church postcards.

Valley Green Bridge postcards.

Centennial Lake postcards.

Philadelphia Record postcards.

Tobias Gilmore House, Raynham, 1781-1918. "Toby" Gilmore, born in Africa, was a patriot of the American Revolution. [graphic].