Forest Scene on the Lehigh
The Declaration of Independence.
By the Continental Congress at Independence Hall. Philadelphia, July 4th 1776, and acknowledged by the...
Grand United States Centennial Exhibition 1876. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.
Documentation of bank certificates for John Peter De Lancey, March 11, 1805
Welcome Warren Hose, of New York
Banquet at Sansom Street Hall, September 23, 1858. Served from the Philadelphia Dining Rooms, N.W. corner...
Order of Exercises attending the Unveiling of the Volunteer Firemen's Monument
Erected to the 73rd Regiment, N.Y. Vet. Volunteers, 2nd N.Y. Fire Zouaves, by the Volunteer Firemen of...
New York, Lake Erie & Western Railroad
Formerly Erie Railway. Eastern Section. March, 1881.
Pennsylvania Nova Jersey et Nova York
Cum Regionibus ad Fluvium Delaware in America Sitis, Nova Delineatione ob oculos posita per Tob. Conr....
Demolished in 1980.
[Philadelphia City Hall.]
[Group at Unity House.]
Unity House was a recreational center run by International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union (ILGWU), located...
Girard Trust Company.
[Knox-Waterons fire engine.]
[Digging Shaft, Summit, Pa.]
Robert Fulton's First Experiment on the Conestoga.
Published for the Hudson-Fulton Celebration, 1909.
The Fulton Homestead Washington County Pa.
Paxton & Lochiel Flouring Mills. John Hoffer, Manufacturer of New Process High Grade Flour
Offices: Paxton Mills, Harrisburg, Pa. and 13 State Street, New York. J. H. Seymour, Agent.
A Map of the Provinces of New - York and New Jersey with a part of Pennsylvania and the Province of Quebec
AM Photo-Litho. Co. N. Y. (Osbourne's Process.)
Colton's Railroad & Township Map of the State of New-York, with Parts of the Adjoining States & Canada
Includes population statistics on upper left.
Daniel D. Tompkins and Blanc Negre, Hunting Park Course, Phila. Oct. 26th 1849.
The Toscin of Liberty.
Rung by the State House Bell, (Independence Hall) Philadelphia, July 4th 1776. "Proclaim Liberty Throughout...
Wm. Penn's Treaty with the Indians when he founded the Province of Pennsya. 1661.
The only treaty that never was broken.
William Penn's Treaty with the Indians.
At Shackamaxon, on the Delaware (now Philadelphia) when he founded the province of Pennsylvania, 1682....
Tacony and Mac.
Hunting Park Course Phila. June 2nd 1853.
From Bridgeport Heights opposite Harrisburg, Pa.
Lady Suffolk and Lady Moscow.
Hunting Park Course, Phila. June 13th 1850.
N.Y. & Erie R.R.
Great Conflagration at Pittsburgh Pa.
Map of the Frontiers of the Northern Colonies
With the boundary line established between them and the Indians at the Treaty held by S. Will Johnson...
A Map of the Country of the Five Nations
Belonging to the Province of New York and of the Lakes near which the Nations of the Far Indians live...
Novi Belgii [The Danckers map and view.]
Fairmount Water Works.
W. Penn's Treaty with the Indians when he Founded the Province of Pennsa, 1661.
The only treaty that was never broken
July 4th 1776.
George Washington at Valley Forge.
Horse Shoe Curve, P. R. R.