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A portraiture of the city of Philadelphia in the province of Pennsylvania in America.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia.

An east prospect of the city of Philadelphia

High Street, Philadelphia, with an American stage waggon

To the mayor recorder aldermen common council and freemen of Philadephia this plan of the improved part of the city....

Duche's house, res. of Gov. Thomas McKean, S. Third Street, Philadelphia.

A view of the House of Employment, Alms-House, Pennsylvania Hospital, and part of the city of Philadelphia.

Carpenter's Hall, Phil.

Map of the maritime parts of Virginia ....

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

Philadelphia

The east prospect of the city of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania

To Thomas Mifflin ... this plan of the city and suburbs of Philadephia....

View of the city of Philadelphia.

The plan of the city of Philadelphia and it's environs (shewing the improved parts,)....

State-house, with a view of Chesnut Street Philadelphia.

Bank of the United States in Third Street, Philadelphia.

High Street, from Ninth Street, Philadelphia.

Library and Surgeons Hall, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

Arch Street, with the Second Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia.

New Market, in South Second Street, Philadelphia.

New Lutheran Church, in Fourth Street, Philadelphia.

Second Street north from Market St. wth. Christ Church, Philadelphia.

Old Lutheran Church, in Fifth Street Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, from the great tree at Kensington, under which Penn made his great treaty with the Indians.

The city of Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania North America.

Road from Philadela. to New York seg. 2-3

Road from Philadela. to New York, seg. 4-5.

[Road from Philadela. to Washington, seg. 17-18.]

Road from Philadelphia to Washington.

[Road from Philadela. to New York, seg. 6-7.]

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 12-13.]

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 10-11.]

To the citizens of Philadelphia this new plan of the city and its environs....

Road from Philadela. to Washington, seg. 19-20

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 14.]

Road from Philadela. to Washington, seg. 21-22.

Road from Philadelphia to Washington, seg. 16

Washington city

[Road from Philadelphia to New York, seg. 8-9.]

[Road from Philada. to New York, seg. 15.]

Philadelphia and the commencement of the road to New York

Philadelphia Bank in Fourth Street Philadelphia.

A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]

A view of the first cities of the United States; [Detail of Baltimore section]

High Street, with the First Presbyterian Church.

A map of the states of Connecticut and Rho[de Islan]d with pa[rt of] New-York, Ma[ssachusetts and New Jers]ey

Plan of Philadelphia

Various places of meeting of the Continental Congress.

University of Pennsylvania.

Hall of the Academy of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia.

The Philadelphia visiter's [sic] companion : a new and correct plan of the city and its districts.

Vue du port de Philadelphie.

State house.

Tomb of Bishop White and Robert Morris.

The City Tavern, afterwards the Merchant's Coffee-House, west side of Second Street, above Walnut, as it appeared about the year 1800.

East view of Philadelphia, Pennsylva. and part of Camden New Jersey.

Miniature yachts, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

View of one of the publlic streets and squares in Phila.

The procession moving on Broad Street.

Chestnut Street, above Fourth, south side.

Girard College buildings.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Philadelphia. Frigate Constitution.

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

M.E. Church and Masonic Temple.

Point lookout, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

In the New Park, Phila.

Wire bridge at Fairmount (Instantenous).

[Fairmount Falls.]

Schuylkill Falls.

Farmers' Market, Philadelphia.

On the Wissahickon, near Philadelphia.

Iron Spring, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Fairmount Park.

Lemon Hill Mansion.

Philadelphia, from Independence Hall.

Spring at Laurel Hill, Philadelphia.

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

George's Hill, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Park. Carriage road to Lemon Hill.

Falls Bridge, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Falls.

Lovers Retreat, Fairmount Park.

Soldier's home "mustered out," Philadelphia.

Fountain, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Seventh Presbyterian Church.

At Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Germantown, Philadelphia.

Girard College, Philadelphia.

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

Walk entrance to the Basin, Fairmount.

Terrace Walk.

New Masonic Temple, Philadelphia. Egyptian room, west.

Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Residence at Germantown, Philadelphia.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Side of Basin at Fairmount.

Graff's monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia, Mint coining press.

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