Also known as: Philadelphia Museum (c. 1831); John M. Coleman Cutlery Imports (c. 1851); Dr. Jayne's Philadelphia Arcade (c. 1851); D. Robinson Bookseller (c. 1851); Dr. Davidson Arcade Baths (c. 1851); Arcade Hotel (c. 1856)
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Philadelphia Arcade. Joseph L. Moore, dealer in fancy & staple dry goods, corner of Pine & Water Streets New-York. Having established a branch in the Arcade south front, and fitted up his store with a separate apartment for selling at whole sale, is
(G. Lehman on Stone., 1833)
Wainwright Lithograph Collection, Library Company of Philadelphia.
Local ID #: W279
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[Plate 9, North Side]
Rae, Julio H. Rae's Philadelphia Pictorial Directory & Panoramic Advertiser. Philadelphia: Julio H. Rae, 1851., p. Plate 9, North Side
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[Philadelphia Arcade]
Panorama of Philadelphia from the State House Steeple, West
(Wild & Chevalier, 1838)
Local ID #: AI Oversize 1838 Wild
Wild, J. C. Panorama and Views of Philadelphia and its Vicinity.... (Philadelphia: J.B. Chevalier, 1838). , p. Panorama 3
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[Brown, J. D, Proprietor]
Arcade Hotel
Brown, J. D. The Arcade Hotel Guide, For the Use of Strangers Visiting Philadelphia. (Philadelphia: Inquirer Printing Office, 1856). (1856)
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