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T. Sinclair & Son. Lithographic establishment. Philadelphia.

Col. Hyatt's military polka

Church of the Assumption. Spring Garden St. betw. 11th & 12th St. Philadelphia.

Interior of St. Mary's Church Philadelphia Penna.

Our Mother of Sorrows, Cathedral Cemetery W. Philadelphia.

Church of Our Lady of Consolation. Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, Pa.

Church of Our Lady of the Visitation, cor. Lehigh Ave. and Leamy St. Philadelphia Pa.

Church of St. Charles Borremeo. Twentieth and Christian Streets Philadelphia.

St. Agatha's Church Philadelphia, Penna.

St. Augustine's Church. Philadelphia, Penna.

St. Bonifacius Church. Norris Square Philadelphia, Penna.

Church of St. Charles Borremeo. Philadelphia, Pa.

Church of St. Edward the Confessor Philadelphia, Penna.

Christopher Gallagher. Wholesale liquor dealer.

Cut outs of firefighting scenes from The Fire Insurance Company of the County of Philadelphia advertisement

Cut outs of firefighting scenes from The Fire Insurance Company of the County of Philadelphia advertisement

Decatur Steam Fire Co. membership certificate

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

West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. starch & farina works.

Cottage of W.H. Gatzmer, at Tacony

[Stevens-Cogdell and Sanders-Venning family portrait collection]

The Sarcophagus brought from Syria & presented By Come. Elliott to the Girard College.

2023 Conference Book v3

[Stevens-Cogdell/Sanders-Venning family photograph album]

Philadelphia taste displayed. Or, bon-ton below stairs.

"A guard of colored soldiers"

Emancipation

[Certificate of the Guardians, Physicans and Surgeons of the] Philadelphia Alms House

The works of the late Dr. Benjamin Franklin : containing his life, with letters illustrative of his manners and character, and essays, humorous, moral, and literary, etc.

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Ketterlinus, J. L. (John Louis)


The Ledger carrier's annual greeting. To their subscribers, New Year, 1855.

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