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Time Travel Streets of PhiladelphiaCreated by: PICRYLDated: 2016
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Newsstand on South Broad Street
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United States Bank, Philadelphia / drawn by C. Burton, N.Y. ; engraved & printed by Fenner, Sears & Co.

United States Bank, Philadelphia / drawn by C. Burton, N.Y. ; engraved...

Print shows pedestrians on a broad sidewalk in front of the Second Bank of the United States in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a Greek revival style building designed by William Strickland. Title from item. Printe... More

Public Ledger Building. S. W. Corner Sixth and Chestnut Streets (84 feet by 175 feet), Philadelphia, USA opened June 20, 1867, George W. Childs Proprietor taken with Zentmayer's Lens
Arch Street Theatre

Arch Street Theatre

Photo shows an exterior view of the Arch Street Theatre, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Title devised by Library staff. (DLC/PP-1999:126). Forms part of: Marian S. Carson collection at the Library of Congress.

Perspective view / L.N. Rosenthals Chromo Lith. Phila.

Perspective view / L.N. Rosenthals Chromo Lith. Phila.

Print shows a perspective view of an Italianate style building on a street corner in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; designed by architect Samuel Sloan, it may have been the residence of Joseph Harrison, Jr. at 221... More

Kimball & Gorton Philadelphia R.R. Car Manufactory, 21st & Hamilton Streets Philadelphia / F. Moras fe.

Kimball & Gorton Philadelphia R.R. Car Manufactory, 21st & Hamilton St...

Print shows an advertisement for the Kimball & Gorton Philadelphia R.R. Car Manufactory, with side views of a railroad passenger car and a city street-railroad passenger car that is passing P.S. Duval's lithogr... More

At Dock Street wharf / Schell & Hogan ; JL[?] sc.

At Dock Street wharf / Schell & Hogan ; JL[?] sc.

Print shows congestion of horse-drawn carts and wagons overburdened with merchanise on Dock Street, also handcarts, teamsters and longshoremen, and railroad locomotives and cars for hauling goods from ships to ... More

Bird's-eye view of the city of Philadelphia --its streets, avenues, and public buildings--and of the Centennial buildings in Fairmount Park.
[Library Company of Philadelphia, Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
[Philadelphia, Pa., Market Street from Eighth]
[William Penn cottage (Letitia Street House), Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street, north from Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Market Street, west from 12th, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street north from Locust, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street north from Locust, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Pennsylvania Railroad ferries, Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street, League Island Navy Yard, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street and City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Arch Street Friends Meeting House (1804), Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street north from Locust, Philadelphia, Pa.]
William Penn house, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.
[Market Street, west from 11th, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Boat houses on the Schuylkill, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[South Broad Street from City Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]
Broad Street, Phila[delphia]
[Pennsylvania Railroad ferries, Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Boat houses along the Schuylkill, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[The Elevated station at Thirty-sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]
[Broad Street station, Philadelphia, Pa.]
Birthplace of Old Glory, Betsy Ross House, Philadelphia, Pa.

Birthplace of Old Glory, Betsy Ross House, Philadelphia, Pa.

Harnessed white horse in the foregrd.; woman looking in window of the house.

Market Street from Eighth, Philadelphia, Pa.
North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Chestnut Street and post office, Philadelphia, Pa.
The Betsy Ross House, Philadelphia, Pa.
[Broad Street, north from Locust Street, Philadelphia, Pa.]
Dock Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Mummers with band instruments, New Year's Day, Philadelphia, PA.
Broad Street station, Philadelphia, Pa.
Conductor from transit system selling papers on street, Philadelphia
Market Street, west from Eleventh, Philadelphia, Pa.
Broad Street and City Hall tower, Philadelphia, Pa.
[Building of the Philadelphia Club (Thomas Butler house) located at 1201-1305 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
The first suffrage picket line leaving the National Woman's Party headquarters to march to the White House gates on January 10, 1917. From left to right: Miss Berta Crone, of San Francisco, Miss Vivian Pierce, of San Diego, Miss Mildred Gilbert of San Francisco, Miss Maude Jamieson, of Norfolk, Va., Miss Joy Young of New York, Miss Mary Dowell of Philadelphia, Miss Gertrude Crocker of Chicago, Mrs. Bessie Papandre, of San Francisco, Miss Elizabeth Geary, of Chicago, Miss Frances Pepper of Washington, D.C., Miss Elizabeth Smith of Washington, D.C., and Miss Pauline Floyd of El Dorado, Ark.

The first suffrage picket line leaving the National Woman's Party head...

Title transcribed from item. Summary: Photograph of picket line of National Woman's Party members holding banners in front of NWP headquarters.

GADSDEN, P.H. OF PHILADELPHIA. SPEC. ELEC. RY. COMMN.; McGRAW, JAMES H., EDITOR, 'THE STREET RAILWAY' ; YOUNG, OWEN D.
George Washington fire engine. Unusually interesting to visitors to Alexandria, Va., is this fire engine purchased by George Washington in 1775 at Philadelphia and regarded at the time as the most efficient type of engine. The engine is still in good condtion and reposes in the headquarters of the Friendship Fire Company in the old Virginia city where the Father of Our Country was an active member of the fire fighters in his day. G. William Humphries, present custodian of the fire house, is shown in the photograph, 3/6/31
Joseph Bird Houses, 813-815 South Hancock Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
John & James Dobson Carpet Mill (West Parcel), Building No. 22A, 4041-4055 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John & James Dobson Carpet Mill (West Parcel), Building No. 22A, 4041-...

Significance: Building 22A survives as the rubblestone shell of a ca. 1890 mmill building constructed to house spinning looms. It is significant not only as an integral part of the mill architecture on the site... More

Franklin Sugar Refinery, 701-715 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Franklin Sugar Refinery, 701-715 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: Late 19th century warehouse, modern in its time. In 1925, the building was bought by Merchants Warehouse Company. Survey number: HABS PA-1562

Howell & Brothers Building, 12-14 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Howell & Brothers Building, 12-14 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Ph...

Significance: 19th century factory building with cast-iron front. Howell and Brothers were one of the century's largest manufacturers of paper hanging. The building was demolished in 1961. Survey number: HABS PA-1428

Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, President Street Station, President & Fleet Streets, Baltimore, Independent City, MD

Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore Railroad, President Street Statio...

Survey number: HABS MD-31 Building/structure dates: 1849-1850

Arch Street Methodist Episcopal Church, Broad & Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
John Hart House, 601 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Thomas Hockley House, 235 South Twenty-first Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
321 South Front Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
South Water Street Area Study, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Provident Life & Trust Company Bank, 1888-1890 Addition, 401-407 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Wissahickon Inn, 500 West Willow Grove Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Columbia Engine Company, 3420 Market Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
1314-1320 Locust Street (Buildings), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Perseverance Hose Company No. 5, 316 Race Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
William Siddons House, 851 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Clarence B. Moore House, 1321 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Tuttleman Brothers & Faggen Building, 56-60 North Second Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
603 South Front Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Philip Pancake House, 333 South Fifth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
315-317-319 South Fifth Street (Townhouses), 315-319 South Fifth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

315-317-319 South Fifth Street (Townhouses), 315-319 South Fifth Stree...

Significance: Townhouses, typical of their time. Built for Dr. George Burgin, a physician, druggist, glass manufacturer and public servant. Survey number: HABS PA-1322

Riggs & Brother, Navigator Statue, 310 Market Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Riggs & Brother, Navigator Statue, 310 Market Street, Philadelphia, Ph...

Significance: A notable example of 19th-century advertising sculpture. Survey number: HABS PA-1466

Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, Department for Males, 111 North Forty-ninth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
27 Catharine Street (Stoop), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

27 Catharine Street (Stoop), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Name changed from Catherine Street to Catharine Street, the correct spelling Survey number: HABS PA-1928

331 South Fifth Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
501 Arch Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
628-630 Arch Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

628-630 Arch Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Significance: Typical 18th century townhouse architecture. (Originally two separate houses.) Survey number: HABS PA-1424

Joseph Leidy, Jr. House, 1319 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
ohn Fromberger Houses, 5501 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Drexel & Company, 135-143 South Fifteenth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Dunlap-Eyre House, 1003 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Grave, 244 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
331-333 Lombard Street (Houses), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
404-406-408 Locust Street (Houses), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Southwark Hose Company No. 9, 512 South Third Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Megargee Brothers Paper Warehouse, 18-20 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
9 North Seventh Street (Commercial Building), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Joseph Marshall House, 854 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Joseph Marshall House, 854 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelp...

Significance: Typical early 19th century urban townhouse. Survey number: HABS PA-1598

Thomas Eakins House, 1729 Mount Vernon Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Thomas Eakins House, 1729 Mount Vernon Street, Philadelphia, Philadelp...

Survey number: HABS PA-1728 National Register of Historic Places NRIS Number: 66000679

John Moore House, 734 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Moore House, 734 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia C...

Significance: 18th century urban townhouse. Survey number: HABS PA-1605

423 Walnut Street (Railing), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Mehl House, 4821 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Mehl House, 4821 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County,...

Significance: A typical Germantown stone house of the 18th century. Survey number: HABS PA-1706

Welsh Coach House & Stable, 310 South Quince Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Welsh Coach House & Stable, 310 South Quince Street, Philadelphia, Phi...

Significance: A nice 19th century coach house and stable that was later converted into a clubhouse for the Mask and Wig Club, a University of Pennsylvania singing club. Survey number: HABS PA-1518

John Roney House, 117 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

John Roney House, 117 North Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia C...

Significance: An early 19th century row house. Survey number: HABS PA-1017

19-35 Catharine Street (Houses), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

19-35 Catharine Street (Houses), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Name changed from Catherine Street to Catharine Street, the correct spelling Survey number: HABS PA-5182

Fire Association Building, 401-403 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church, 250-254 South Eighth Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

St. Andrew's Protestant Episcopal Church, 250-254 South Eighth Street,...

Significance: This fine Greek Revival church is the work of John Haviland, who executed many other Greek Revival designs. His body was buried under the church, but was later re-interred at the Philadelphia Divi... More

620 Arch Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

620 Arch Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Significance: Typical 18th century townhouse. Survey number: HABS PA-1423

Philadelphia Fire Department, Engine Company No. 21, 826-828 New Market Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Bishop William White House, 309 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Bishop-Sparks House, 948 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Insurance Patrol Building, 509 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Insurance Patrol Building, 509 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia...

Significance: The building housed the insurance patrol, whose function was not to fight fires but rather to save property. The activity was made possible by the insurance companies of the city. The patrol wagon... More

783 South Front Street (House), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
Schuylkill Hose, Hook & Ladder Company No. 24, 1227 Locust Street, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
919 South Front Street (Doorway), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA
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