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An east perspective view of the city of Philadelphia, in the province of Pensylvania, in North America; taken from the Jersey shore

Independence Chamber.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Philadelphia. Frigate Constitution.

Rear of Independence Hall. (With two boys on tricycles.)

Eldridge Park, Philadelphia [i.e., Elmira].

Washington monument, front of Independence Hall, Phila.

Fred'k Craiff's [Graff's] at Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Independence Chamber.

M.E. Church and Masonic Temple.

Point lookout, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

In the New Park, Phila.

Wire bridge at Fairmount (Instantenous).

Old Liberty Bell,1776.

[Fairmount Falls.]

Schuylkill Falls.

Farmers' Market, Philadelphia.

On the Wissahickon, near Philadelphia.

Independence Chamber.

Iron Spring, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Fairmount Park.

Lemon Hill Mansion.

Stairway, Independence Hall.

Philadelphia, from Independence Hall.

Spring at Laurel Hill, Philadelphia.

Mr. Caleb Cope's [house], Philadelphia.

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

George's Hill, Fairmount Park.

Masonic Temple, Philadelphia.

Fairmount Park. Carriage road to Lemon Hill.

Interior of Independence Hall, Philadelphia.

The River Schuylkill. Poet's Haunt, near Philadelphia.

Falls Bridge, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Falls.

Lovers Retreat, Fairmount Park.

Soldier's home "mustered out," Philadelphia.

Stereoscopic views of Wissahickon Creek, Philadelphia.

Steamboat landing Laurel Hill Cemetery on the Schuylkill River near Philadelphia.

Interior of Independence Hall, Phila.

Independence Chamber.

Washington statue, Independence Hall, Philad'a.

Fountain, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Seventh Presbyterian Church.

Independence Chamber.

At Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Independence Chamber.

Independence Chamber.

Rear of Independence Hall.

Germantown, Philadelphia.

Girard College, Philadelphia.

Rear of Independence Hall.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Grand stair way to Main Hall.

Stairway, Independence Hall.

Walk entrance to the Basin, Fairmount.

Terrace Walk.

"Old Liberty Bell," 1776.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Egyptian room, west.

Independence Hall.

Rear of Independence Hall.

Rear of Independence Hall.

Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Interior of Independence Hall, Philadelphia.

Washington statue, Independence Hall.

Residence at Germantown, Philadelphia.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Side of Basin at Fairmount.

Graff's monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Independence Hall.

Independence Hall, Philadelphia.

Independence Hall.

Independence Chamber.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Banqueting room.

Philadelphia, Mint coining press.

Sweet Briar [Sweetbriar] Mansion, built in 1799 [1797] for S. Breck.

Interior of Independence Hall, Phila.

[Boathouse row.]

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Banqueting room.

Gardel Memorial, Mt. Vernon cemetery, Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Chamber.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Grand Lodge room, east.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Main entrance.

Rear of Independence Hall, Philada.

"Old Liberty Bell," 1776.

Rear of Independence Hall. (With kids on tricycles.)

Independence Hall.

Independence Chamber.

Friends Meeting House, Philadelphia.

State House.

Fairmount Park. (Rustic summer house.)

Friends Meeting House, Philadelphia.

Custom House, Philadelphia.

Custom House, Philadelphia.

Custom House, Philadelphia.

Custom House, Philadelphia.

View of Boat House.

[View of Fairmount Park.]

View at Fairmount.

View in Fairmount Park. Lincoln monument.

View at Fairmount.

View from Lemon Hill.

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