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Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA

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Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Notman, John
Sidney, James C
Smith, John Jay
Brown, Frederick
Dunn, Nathan
Strickland, William
Richards, Benjamin W
Sims, Joseph
Laurel Hill Cemetery Company
Walter, Thomas U
Thom, James
Scott, Walter
Meigs, Charles D
Harlan, Richard
Struthers, John
Struthers, William
Hamilton, John M
Hargrave, Thomas
Greble, Edwin
Maples, Joseph
John Struthers & Son
Hill, John
Philadelphia Steam Marble Works
Price, Philip M
Smith, Robert
Neff, James P, W
McArthur, John
Marley, B R
Michael Diemer & Son
Wood, Robert
Hopkins, Griffith M
Smith, R Morris
Smalling, Walter, photographer
Wunsch, Aaron V, historian
Boucher, Jack E, photographer
Elliott, Joe, photographer


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States40.00420, -75.18756
Google Map of 40.0041958, -75.1875553


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