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Alfred Jenks & Sons Machine Works, Bridesburg.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Am 1858 Fre 67170.D

Dale, Ross & Withers, importers & jobbers of silks & fancy goods, 219 Market St & 42 Commerce St, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2146

Rockhill & Wilson, tailors & clothiers of men & boys wear, Nos. 205 & 207 Chestnut St & 28 South 6th Street.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2255

The New Moravian Church of 1856, S.W. Corner of Wood & Franklin Sts.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Am 1857 Rit 14341.0 (Rush) and 75004.O hand colored

The Original Moravian Church of 1820. S.E. corner of Moravian Alley (now Bread Street) & Race St.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.9830.8 and Am 1857 Rit 75004.0 and 14341.O

Woodlands Cemetery. Main Entrance.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Am 1857 Phi Woo Cem 16256.O.1 and 14483.O.9

Chestnut Street Schottisch. [Wm. D. Rogers' "Carriage Repository", 1009 & 1011 Chestnut St.]
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.9001

Combined letter box and lamp post. Patented March 9, 1858, by Albert Potts, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2037

Dr. Hoofland's Celebrated German Bitters and Balsamic Cordial. Prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, 418 Arch St., Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2144

H. S. Tarr's Marble Yard, no. 274 Green St. above Seventh Philadelphia Pa.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP ** P.2073

The State Penitentiary for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2214

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

  LCP P.2233, (1)1525.F.41a and 14483.O.7. and on satin *7551.F

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

  LCP P.2234; (1)1525.F.41b, in pamphlet and on satin *7551.F

Wood & Perot's ornamental iron works. Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2251 and *P.2250

[Residence of Joseph Harrison, Esqr., Rittenhouse Square, Phila.] Front Elevation.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *Am 1867 Sloan 7883.F

Cathedral of St. Peter & St. Paul Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP P.9093

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 in *Am 1859 Hibernia 11750.Q

West Philadelphia Manufacturing Cos. Starch & farina works. Chestnut & Bridgewater Streets, Philadelphia. Refined pearl starch & corn farina.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Freedley

Charles Oakford & Sons model hat store nos 826 & 828, Chestnut Street, Continental Hotel. Philadelphia. Hats, caps & furs, wholesale & retail.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2029

Continental Schottisch. Composed by O. P. Perry and respectfully dedicated to S. E. Stevens, Esqr. Continental Hotel Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.9303.3

Franklin Iron Works. Sutton & Smith's iron foundry, Franklin Street between Second and Front streets, Philadelphia]
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2046

McNeely & Co. Manufacturers of morocco, buckskin & chamois, white leather, bark tanned, sheep, calf & deer skins, parchment, vellum, etc. Manufactory 4th & Franklin Aven 64 N'th 4th St. below Arch St. near the Merchants Hotel, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2129

Independence Square recruiting camps.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP McAllister scrapbook, Miscellaneous (2)5786.F.138b

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon. Of Philadelphia. Being the first institution of the kind in the United States. Organized May 27th. 1861.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2260

View of the Philadelphia Volunteer Refreshment Saloons.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.9001.6

Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, supported gratuitously by the citizens of Philadelphia, Pa.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.9001.2

Citizens Volunteer Hospital. Corner of Broad St. and Washington Avenue.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *5778.F

Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon, the first opened for Union Volunteers in the United States. 1009 Otsego St. Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **5778.F

The offering of the carriers of the press to their patrons. January 1st, 1863.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2213

View of the encampment of the Corn Exchange Regiment 118th. Penn. Vols. Near Falls of Schuylkill.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **5779.F

Birds-eye view of property on Alleghany Avenue Philadelphia 25th Ward formerly 19th looking S.E. from Frankford Road.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2013

View of the Reception of the 29th Regiment, P. V., at Philadelphia. Published by Charles Baum for the benefit of the Cooper Shop Soldiers' Home.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP ***P.2262 and ***P.2263

Buildings of the Great Central Fair, in aid of the U. S. Sanitary Commission Logan Square, Philadelphia, June 1864.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **5781.F.1 and **5751.F.2

Christ Church
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Uy8 96795.D

Christ Church Hospital
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Uy8 96795.D

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia. Instituted, September 5th 1862.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.8650

Funeral Car, Used at the Obsequies of President Linclon in Philadelphia, April 22d, 1865, Designed and Built by E. S. Earley, Undertaker, South East Corner of Tenth and Green Streets, Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **7929.F

Henry Simons Wagon & U. S. National Coach Works. Philadelphia.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **P.2143

In commemoration of the great parade of the Philadelphia Fire Department, October 16th, 1865.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP 1322.F

Mower U. S. A. General Hospital, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in Am 1865 Mower 15730.D

The terrible conflagration at Ninth and Washington Streets, Philadelphia. On the morning of Wednesday February 8th 1865.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP *P.2215

[Bennett's Tower Hall] Front elevation.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in *Am 1867 Sloan 7883.F

Residence of Joseph Harrison, Esqr. Rittenhouse Square, Phila.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP in *Am 1867 Sloan 7883.F

The Weccacoe Engine Co's House and the Reception of the United Fire Co of Baltimore.
Quantity: 1 drawing

  LCP **6621.F
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