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Topic: philadelphia

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The John Frank Keith Collection is held by the Library Company of Philadelphia, a non-profit research library

Keith, John Frank, 1883-1947, photographer...ca. 1910-1940..1 photographic print : gelatin silver; 14 x 9 cm. (5.5 x 3.5 in.)..Image provided for reference purposes. Please visit our rights and reproductions w... more

Inner City, August 1973

Original Caption: Inner City, August 1973..U.S. National Archives’ Local Identifier: 412-DA-7488..Photographer: Swanson, Dick...Subjects:.Environmental protection.Natural resources.Philadelphia (Philadelphia ... more

Leaf from a Beatus Manuscript: the Angel of the Church of Philadelphia with Saint John

Illustrated Beatus manuscripts bring to life an extraordinary vision of the end of the world, as recorded by Saint John in the Apocalypse (Book of Revelation) and filtered through the lens of Beatus of Liébana,... more

Dressing table

The legs and feet of this table have a distinctive pattern found only in Philadelphia furniture in the William and Mary style. Notably they closely match those on a high chest and dressing table at the Philadel... more

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Leather armchair

Armchairs with serpentine backs, boldly carved hand terminals, and turned front posts were made in both Boston and Philadelphia during the second quarter of the eighteenth century. This armchair has a history o... more

Armchair

To compete with Boston imports, chair makers in Philadelphia introduced a local interpretation of the fashionable Queen Anne style, wherein virtually all the structural members were gracefully curved. This armc... more

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Settee

With its high, boldly scalloped back, C-scroll arms, and three cabriole front legs, this settee is an elegant variation of an English type fashionable around 1710. It is the earliest known settee made in Americ... more

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Queen Anne Carved Cherrywood Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Tea Table

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Tea Table

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Tea Table

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Easy Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Looking glass

Possibly made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States; Possibly made in England

Drop-leaf Dining Table

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Armchair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Tilt-top Tea Table

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Queen Anne Carved Mahogany Side Chair

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Dressing Table

Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States