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Charles C. Watson. taylor and habit-maker No. 93, Second street, between Chestnut and Walnut-streets. Philadelphia. March 28, 1792. [Philadelphia] Printed by Johnston and Justice. [1792].

The late theatre in Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Destroy'd by Fire in 1820

[Blank book plates sold by James P. Parke. No. 75 Chestnut Street 8 to a page].

Architectural drawing for a house for John Markoe, near 9th Street and Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Books published and sold by W. W. Woodward No. 52 South Second, the corner of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. February 1810.

[Independence Hall (State House) on Chestnut St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[North side of Chestnut Street, between Second Street and Third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[North side of Chestnut Street, between Second Street and Third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[North side of Chestnut Street, below Second Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[North side of Chestnut Street, below Second Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[John McAllister, Jr., full-length portrait, seated in a chair, outdoors on the roof of 48 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia]

[No. 46 to No. 52, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Southwest view of Sanderson's Franklin House, Chestnut Street, Philadelphia]

Chestnut St. south side west of 2d

House N.W. corner of Chestnut and Strawberry Alley

Parkinson's restaurant, Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

View of No. 48 and 46 Chestnut Street

Root's daguerreotype talbotype, stereoscopic & crayon portrait & miniature gallery, No. 290 Pennsylvania Avenue N. W. cor. of Eleventh street, over Sylvester's drug store, Washington, D. C ... Philadelphia, Chandler, printer, 123 Chestnut St. [1

[Private Vernon Mosher of Co. F, 97th New York Infantry Regiment, in uniform, amputated hand visible] / Thos. D. Givin, photographer, No. 432 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Packing room

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Stockroom

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Exterior view

G. G. Evans's great gift book establishment, 439 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: Interior view

Hearing before the Legislative Committee 1859, on the management of the State Liquor agency ... The Massachusetts Charitable mechanic association awarded a deploma to the Chestnut Grove Whiskey, contributed to the ninth exhibition, Sept. 1860 F.

The seceding South Carolina delegation. Keitt, Boyce, Chestnut, M'Queen, Ashmore, Hammond, Bonham, Miles

[Unidentified woman] / Wenderoth, Taylor & Brown, 912-914 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

[Unidentified woman in hat] / C.C. Cook & Co., 916 Chestnut St., Phila., finished in ten minutes.

Abraham Lincoln / Herline & Hensel, lith. 632 Chestnut St., Phila.

The Union, the Constitution and the enforcement of the laws. For President, John Bell of Tennessee. For Vice President, Edward Everett of Massachusetts / lith. by W.H. Rease, cor. 4th & Chestnut Sts., Philada.

"Jewels" found at Alexandria, by the Federal Army; consisting of chains, bracelets, and anklets. Supposed to have belonged to the "First Families" of Virginia / S.C. Upham, 310 Chestnut St.

Seventh Presbyterian Church, Broad Street, North of Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa.

Union Volunteer Refreshment Saloon of Philadelphia / J. Queen, del. & lith. ; T. Sinclair's Lith., 311 Chestnut St. Phila.

The red, white & blue of '61. Magee's, Union Paper, and envelope store, 316 Chestnut St., ... Philad'a. [c. 1861]

The Quaker gun, now on exhibition, was brought from the rebel works at Manassas, and wishing the public to witness the artillery used by the aforesaid rebels, it will be exhibited for a few days only at the old "Press" office, 417 Chestnut Stree

Rebecca. A slave girl from New Orleans / J. E. McClees, artist, 910 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

The rally cry of freedom. Tune- "Battle Cry of Freedom." James Magee, Publisher 316 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. [c. 1864]

Washington, a birthday song. By Frank I. Jervis. Air: "Rule Britannia." Loag, Pr. cor. 4th. & Chestnut. [Copyright secured, February 20th, 1864]

Mower U.S.A. General Hostital [sic], Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia / [J. Queen, del. ; P.S. Duval & Son, lith.]

The day of Jubelo / E. B. Bensell, pinxt ; photo. and pub. by Phil. Pho. Co., 730 Chestnut St.

Song, on the death of President Abraham Lincoln. Tune.- Annie Laurie. By Silas S. Steele. J. Magee Chestnut St., Phila. [1865]

Thos. S. Dixon & Sons 1324 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Manufacturer of low-down and elevated grates, furnaces, ranges &c.

[Unidentified African American man] / Broadbent & Phillips, 1206 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.

Chestnut Street below 11th, south side, Philadelphia

Views of Wm. F. Murphy's Sons' stationery establishment, 509 Chestnut St., (opposite Independence Hall), Philadelphia. Interior of store

Horticultural Hall, International Exhibition, 1876--Fairmont Park, Philadelphia / published by G. Meyer, 1100 Chestnut St., Pa.; photo-lith. by Julius Bien, N.Y.

Art Gallery, International Exhibition, 1876--Fairmont Park, Philadelphia / published by G. Meyer, 1100 Chestnut St., Pa.; photo-lith. by Julius Bien, N.Y.

Music: Chestnut Mare, by Middletown, dam by Roe's Fiddler

Philadelphia, Pa. - Ceremonies in front of Independence Hall, Chestnut Street, at the opening of the centennial year - Mayor Stokley raising the old colonial flag

July 4th, 1876. The Centennial celebration in Philadelphia - The Seventh regiment, N.G.S. N.Y., passing under the arch in Chestnut Street

Chestnut Hill

[Chestnut St., a sketch]

Hall's Pharmacy, Fourth and Chestnut Sts., Mifflinburg, Pa.

[Giornico, old chestnut tree near the railway, St. Gotthard Railway, Switzerland]

A horse chestnut / Dalrymple.

[Under the horse chestnut tree] / Mary Cassatt.

Doorway, 23 Chestnut St. [i.e. 128 Essex Street], Salem, Mass.

High Street south from Chestnut [Street], Columbus, Ohio

Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Chestnut St. from 9th St., Philadelphia

Doorway, 23 Chestnut St. [i.e. 128 Essex St.,Gardner-White-Pingree House], Salem, Mass.

Chestnut lane

Doorway, 26 Chestnut St. [Street], Salem, Mass.

A chestnut vendor, Baltimore, Md.

Chestnut Street and post office, Philadelphia, Pa.

Chestnut St. [Street] school, Springfield, Mass.

Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

Chestnut St., Salem, Mass.

Chestnut St., Salem, Mass.

Main and Chestnut Sts., Jefferson, IA

Italy. Chestnut venders in Naples

Boys working in Amoskeag Mills, Manchester, N.H. Smallest boy is Napoleon Cammery, 194 Merrimac St. Been in mill 1 year. Next boy is Jerry Moore, 352 Chestnut St. Martin Markey, 33 State St. Location: Manchester, New Hampshire.

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Harry Cherkos, 435 Catherine St, 7 years of age, sells papers, from 2:30 to 8 P.M. daily. 10 A.M. to midnight on Saturday. Income, 50 cents per day. This boy was caught gambling on Chestnut & 11th Streets. When asked if he gambles said no. Said all earnings go home. This boy has the appearance of being a bit feeble minded.] Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

5:00 A.M. Sunday, May 8th, 1910. Starting out from McIntyre's Branch 16th St. & Chestnut. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Doorway, 26 Chestnut St., Salem, Mass.

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Wheatland-Phillips House, 30 Chestnut Street, Salem, Mass.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

Gardens, Chestnut Hill, Brookline [sic], Mass.

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Philadelphia, Pa., Chestnut St., west from 12th]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Dodge-Shreve House, 29 Chestnut Street, Salem, Mass.]

Chestnut Farm Dairy trucks

[Captain Thomas Saunders House, 39 Chestnut Street, Salem, Mass.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

5:00 A.M. Sunday May 8th, 1910. Starting out with papers from McIntyres Branch. Chestnut & 16th Sts.,. Location: St. Louis, Missouri.

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Home of Mary Baker Eddy, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts]

[Home of Mary Baker Eddy, Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts]

Chestnut Farms Dairy, [Washington, D.C.]

["Stonehurst," Charles William Henry house, Cherokee Street, Chestnut Hill, Pennsylvania. Hydrangea in tubs]

["Boxley," Frederick Winslow Taylor house, Northwest corner of Seminole Avenue and St. Martin's Lane, Chestnut Hill, Penn. Boxwood path]

The old "Phila. Record" newspaper office. Chestnut St. west from 9th St., [also showing] Post Office Bldg., Phila., Pa.

Horse Chestnut tree planted by Geo. Washington [at Fredericksburg, Va., 10/1/25]

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