Advertisement proof showing the four-story establishment for Andrew Berrybill at 25 South Eighth Street adorned by a large mortar and pestle and a signboard that reads "Andrew Berryhill." The drugstore's display windows on the first floor are flanked by columns. A gentleman stands in the doorway as a laborer loads a barrel onto a horse-drawn dray in the foreground. Barrels and crates pulled from the cellar sit on the sidewalk. Andrew Berrybill tenanted this property from 1839-1840., Philadelphia on Stone, POS 20, New York Public Library: MEZDB (Duval)
Proof print for Coleman Sellers & Sons (No. 3 No. 6th Street) billhead containing vignette views of their "Cardington Factory" ironworks built along Cobbs Creek near West Philadelphia in 1828. Vignettes accompanied by caption reading "Iron and brass castings. Mill gearing all kinds of paper making machinery. Hydraulic and Screw Presses. Paper Molds & Cutters. Wood & Cotton Machine Cards & also wirework of all descriptions. The factory made equipment for the textile, paper and locomotive industry before its bankruptcy in 1838., Not in Wainwright., Attributed to Charles Fenderich., Inscribed: Mr. Coleman Sellers & Sons Dr. to F[enderich] for following work. Engraved Bills $2.00; 200 copies [illegible] 2.00; $4.00, Philadelphia on Stone, POS 82, Library of Congress: PGA - Fenderich, no. 59 (A size) [P&P], Sheet music cover illustrated with a ballroom scene titled "Concordia...Respectuflly dedicated to Miss Fanny Kemble..." and with imprint Chs. Fenderich's Lith Press, No. 21 Callowhill St., Phiada. printed on verso. Scene shows several formally attired couples engaged in a waltz as other attendees socialize, watch the dancing, and attend to a woman who has fainted. Also shows the orchestra playing from a balcony above.
Library of Congress | Prints and Photographs Division LOC PGA - Fenderich, no. 59 (A size) [P&P]