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344 total holdings, 251-300 shown. Page: < Prev · 1 · 2 · 3 · 4 · 5 · 6 · 7 · Next >

Lippincott & Co. [clothing] South West Corner of Fourth & Market St Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2136

Masonic Hall Chesnut St. Philada. Erected AD 1809. Destroyed by Fire A.D. 1819.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2130

Neall & Matthews, iron founders and machinists, Bush Hill Iron Works (Formerly occupied by Rush & Muhlenburg,) corner of Fairview & Schuylkill Seventh St., Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2131

West Philadelphia Institute.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.9830.1

Charles Oakford's model hat store, 158, Chestnut Street Philadelphia. Hats, caps and furs, wholesale and retail.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2030

City Museum Polka
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.9166.2

Exterior view [and] interior view of the temporary Hedding M. E. Church. Situated on the S.E. corner of Coates and Sixteenth Sts. Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.8538

Hoskins, Hieskell & Co. Importers & jobbers of fancy and staple dry goods. No. 213 Market & 34 Commerce St. Philada.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2069

Keyser & Foxe's Mahogany Steam Saw Mill & Turning Shop No. 21 [later 225] Crown St. between Race & Vine Sts., Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP ** P. 2138

Penn Steam Engine & Boiler Works. Foot of Palmer Street, Kensington, Philadelphia. Reaney, Neafie & Co. Engineers, machinists, boiler makers, black smiths & founders.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2127

Robert Wood's steam iron railing works, Ridge Road above Buttonwood St, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2254

Tabernacle M. E. Church. 11th St. above Jefferson St. Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2259

View of the Department for White Children of the House of Refuge. Looking from the south west.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP Am 1854 Phi Hou 13159.O.2

Wm D. Rogers' coach & light carriage manufactory, corner of 6th & Master Streets, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2268

[Brown, Frederick & Kunkel, clothing warerooms, 41 North Third Street, Philadelphia]
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2033

[Burton & Laning paper hanging manufactory, 6th Street above Camac, Philadelphia]
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2018

[Morocco leather manufactory, B. D. Stewart, S.E. corner of Willow Street and Old York Road, Philadelphia]
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2106

A view of Point Airy opposite South Street, Phila.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2003

City marble works and steam mantel factory. Corner Tenth and Vine Streets, Philadelphia. J.E. & B. Schell.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2032

Eagle Hotel, No. 139 North 3rd. Street Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2040

Engel & Wolf's Brewery & Vaults At Fountain Green including five large vaults ... cut out of the solid rock ... where they keep their well known Lager Beer ... They are situated on the Columbia Rail Road, about one mile above the Fairmount Waterwor
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.8434

Grand Lodge Room of the New Masonic Hall, Chestnut Street Philadelphia. To the R. W. Grand Master, Grand Officers, and Members of the Grand Lodge of Penna, and the Order in general this print is respectfully dedicated by L. N. Rosenthal.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2078

Jones & Co. of the crescent one price clothing store, No. 200 Market Street, above 6th Philada.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2142

Louis L. Peck manufacturer & dealer in varnishes, pine oil, virgin & spts. of turpentine. Flour & farina store, 101 S. Front St. Varnish store, 15 Dock St. Lamp, pine oil & fluid store, 3 & 5 N. Eighth St, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2134

Price & Harper's steam saw mill, fancy chair manufactory and lumber yard, Girard Avenue, between Seventh & Eighth, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2089

Rowley, Ashburner & Co., manufacturers, Kensington screw dock, Penn Street above Maiden, Philadelphia. Store, No. 14 North Wharves, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2256

Shad fishing (taking up the net.) On the Delaware, opposite Philada - Glo'ster Bleaching Mills in the distance.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2189

Stand pipe. For West Philada. Water Works.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2191

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.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2258

The New Masonic Hall, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.8467

This institution known as "Cherry Hill State Prison" at Philadelphia, is the model prison of "The Pennsylvania System of Prison Discipline" or "Separate System" as it is called to distinguish it from "The Congregate." Each convict occupies a single
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.2216

Two of the killers.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2219

View of the United States Hose House & apparatus, Philadelphia. 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 hospitality)
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2237

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.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2245

Wright, Hunter & Co. S. W. cor. Ninth & Walnut Sts. Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2270

Bridesburg Machine Works. Alfred Jenks & Son, manufacturers of cotton and wool carding spinning and weaving machinery, shafting and millgearing, Bridesburg post office Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2020

Conflagration of the steam boat New Jersey on the Delaware River opposite Philada. March 15 1856 in which 50 persons lost their lives.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.2026

Cornelius & Baker, 181 Cherry Street, Philadelphia. Manufacturers of lamps, gas fixtures etc.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2038

Cornelius & Baker, manufacturers of lamps, chandeliers, gas fixtures, etc. Manufactories: No. 181 Cherry St & Columbia Avenue & 5th St, Philadelphia. Store, 176 Chestnut Street.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2036

Cornelius, Baker & Co. Manufacturers of lamps, chandeliers, gas fixtures etc. Manufactories: 181 Cherry Street and Columbia Avenue & 5th Street, Philadelphia. Store, No. 176 Chestnut Street.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2028

East view of Philadelphia, Pennsylva[nia] and part of Camden, New Jersey.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2083

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company. Warehouse 104 Chestnut St. Philada. Factory Newtown, Connecticut. Belting, packing, hose, clothing, druggist-articles, etc.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2080

Goodyears Rubber-Packing & Belting Company. Warehouse l04 Chestnut St. Philada. Factory Newtown, Connecticut. Belting, Packing, Hose, Clothing, Druggist-Articles, etc.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2079

Interior view of Independence Hall, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2068

Joseph Ripka's Mills. Manayunk 21st Ward Philadelphia Manufacturer of all description of Plain and Fancy Cottonades For Men & Boy's Clothing Warehouse 32 So Front St.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2139

Keystone Marble Works. S. F. Jacoby & Co., Market St. betw. 20th & 21st Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.8691

Scene at the U. S. Agricultural Society's Fair, Philada. 1856.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2187

Souvenir of the coldest winter on record. Scene on the Delaware River at Philada. during the severe winter of 1856.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2190

Terrible conflagration and destruction of the Steamboat "New Jersey," on the Delaware River, above Smith's Island, on the night of March 15th, between 8 and 9 o'clock, in which dreadful calamity over 50 lives are supposed to have been lost.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2202

Terrible conflagration and destruction of the Steam-Boat "New-Jersey," on the River Delaware, opposite Philadelphia, on the night of Saturday, March 15th, 1856, between 8 and 9 o'clock, by which dreadful calamity sixty-one lives were lost. Names of
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2252 and *7541.F
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