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

Independence Hall, interior

Statue of Washington - front of Independence Hall

Liberty Bell [resting upon dais ringed with liberty caps and fasces topped by eagle, Independence Hall, Phila.]

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

[Bank note vignettes showing U.S. Capitol, log cabins, Brooklyn Bridge, Independence Hall, two people fishing in harbor, and New York City Hall]

[Illumination of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, during the International Centennial, July 4, 1876]

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

The Centennial Fourth - illumination of Independence Hall, Philadelphia [Fireworks and lights shining on Independence Hall]

Independence Hall

[Independence Hall, Philadelphia, during the American Centennial Festival, on the Fourth of July 1876]

Independence Hall

[Curtis Publishing Company and Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Curtis Publishing Company and Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Reading the Declaration of Independence by John Nixon, from the steps of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, July 8, 1776 / drawn by E.A. Abbey.

Rear of Independence Hall

[Independence Hall from Independence Square, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Independence Hall, Phila

Independence Hall, Philadelphia

The restoration of Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Independence Hall from N.E., Philadelphia, Pa.

[Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Old Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Independence Hall, Philadelphia

[Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]

[Curtis Publishing Company Building and Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]

[The Curtis Publishing Company Building and Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.]

Independence Hall from the north, Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Hall, [Philadelphia, Pa.]

Old Liberty Bell, [Independence Hall, Philadelphia]

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa

Copy of Curtis Publishing Co. and Independence Hall, Philadelphia

[Copy of Curtis Publishing Co. and Independence Hall, Philadelphia]

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa

Supreme Court Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa

Supreme Court Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Banquet Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Supreme Court Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa

Supreme Court Room, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Hall Assembly Room, Philadelphia, Pa

Liberty Bell and stairway, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Liberty Bell and stairway, Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, [Philadelphia]

Independence Hall, [Philadelphia, Pa.]

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Independence Hall [Assembly Room], Philadelphia, Pa.

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa.

The Pennsylvania State Building, a reproduction of Independence Hall, Jamestown Exposition of 1907, Norfolk, Va.

[President-elect Abraham Lincoln raising a flag at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, in honor of the new star added for the admission of Kansas to the Union on Washington's Birthday, February 22, 1861]

Independence Hall, the cradle of liberty, Philadelphia, Pa

[Abraham Lincoln raising a flag at Independence Hall, Philadelphia, in honor of the admission of Kansas to the Union on Washington's Birthday, February 22, 1861]

Pennsylvania. Independence Hall exterior I

Historical buildings and places. Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Historical buildings and places. Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Historical buildings and places. Independence Hall, Philadelphia

The Declaration.- The Declaration of independence was adopted Thursday, July 4, 1776, by the Second Continental Congress ... The Liberty bell- The old bell which hung in the tower of the State House (now Independence Hall) ... [Declaration of in

Pennsylvania. Liberty Bell in Independence Hall I

Historical buildings and places. Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Pennsylvania. Independence Hall exterior I

Pennsylvania. Independence Hall exterior II

Independence Hall steeple, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Independence Hall, the Pennsylvania Colony statehouse, where the Declaration of Independence was adopted in 1776. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Corner of the courtroom in Independence Hall, Wheeling, West Virginia

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Independence Hall, the Pennsylvania Colony statehouse, where the Declaration of Independence was adopted in 1776. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

East High School in Denver, Colorado

East High School in Denver, Colorado

Interior view of Independence Hall, Philadelphia

Rear of Independence Hall

Independence Hall

The Tocsin of liberty: rung by the state house bell, (Independence Hall;) Philadelphia, July 4th. 1776

Independence hall

The old Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Phila., Pa.

Rear of Independence Hall

Independence Hall

Independence hall

Independence hall

Independence hall

Independence hall

Independence hall

[Design drawing for stained glass window with American Military theme: George Washington kneels and prays at center, before suspension bridge, divine light; Revolutionary troops, cannon, musket, camp fire, farm, Independence Hall at left; and Mid 20th Century servicemen, skyscrapers, helicopters, tank, communications tower and satellite dish at right; also at right, Civil War, World War I servicemen]

[Design drawing for stained glass window with American Military theme: George Washington kneels and prays at center, before suspension bridge, divine light; Revolutionary troops, cannon, musket, camp fire, farm, Independence Hall at left; and Mid 20th Century servicemen, skyscrapers, helicopters, tank, communications tower and satellite dish at right; also at right, Civil War, World War I servicemen]

[Design drawing for stained glass window with American Military theme: George Washington kneels and prays at center, before suspension bridge, divine light; Revolutionary troops, cannon, musket, camp fire, farm, Independence Hall at left; and Mid 20th Century servicemen, skyscrapers, helicopters, tank, communications tower and satellite dish at right; also at right, Civil War, World War I servicemen]

Cornwallis is taken!: Lieut. Co. Tighlman of Washington's staff, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis, from the steps of the State House, (Independence Hall) at midnight, October 23rd 1781

Cornwallis is taken!: Lieut. Co. Tighlman of Washington's staff, announcing the surrender of Cornwallis, from the steps of the State House, (Independence Hall) at midnight, October 23rd 1781

... A declaration of dependence and independence nailed on the door of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Flag day, June 14, 1910 ... Baltimore, Md. Salt House Press. 1930.

... A declaration of dependence and independence nailed on the door of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Flag day, June 14, 1910 ... Baltimore, Md. Salt House Press. 1930.

... A declaration of dependence and independence nailed on the door of Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Flag day, June 14, 1910 ... Baltimore, Md. Salt House Press. 1930.

Independence Hall (rear view). Phila

Independence Hall (rear view). Phila

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing St. John N. Neumann (Czech-American missionary among Mid-Atlantic German communities; first American bishop to be beatified) with scenes from Nineteenth Century Philadelphia: Independence Hall, smokestacks, and beseeching boy]

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing St. John N. Neumann (Czech-American missionary among Mid-Atlantic German communities; first American bishop to be beatified) with scenes from Nineteenth Century Philadelphia: Independence Hall, smokestacks, and beseeching boy]