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A Colonial Cornfield on the Wissahickon. Frontispiece in Color "Lansdowne" Washington-By Gilbert Stuart,

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Independence Hall-Birthplace of the Nation.
2 Scene of Washington's "Farewell Address"

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The Liberty Bell.
5 Washington's Desk.

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Philadelphia and the Parkway from the Air.
6 Independence Chamber-Independence Hall.

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Broad and Walnut Streets Looking North.
8 Washington's Pew in Christ Church.

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City Hall Tower at Night....
10 Interior of Carpenters' Hall..

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New Philadelphia Museum of Art.
12 Old Zion Lutheran Church, December 26, 1799.

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Municipal Pier No. 84, Foot of Porter Street.
12 Where Stuart Painted the Athenaeum Portrait.

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The Rising Old City Across Rittenhouse Square.
13 Washington's "Presidential Mansion".

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The Delaware River Bridge .
14 Betsy Ross House, No. 239 Arch Street.

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New Two Million Dollar Overbrook Senior High School 16 Morris House, Germantown..

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The New Free Library of Philadelphia.

17 Chew_Mansion, Germantown—Washington's Battleground. 105
The Coming Pennsylvania Passenger Terminal.
18 Blue Bell Inn, 1766...

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New Colossal Municipal Stadium..

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Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley Forge.

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Old Swedes' Church, 1700.
21 The National Memorial, Valley Forge...,

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Swanson Tombstone-Old Swedes' Church.
23 Valley Forge Entrenchments in Winter Time.

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Early "Americanization” Papers..
23 Washington's Headquarters at Valley Forge.

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Swedish Houses on Queen Street.

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Lafayette's Headquarters, Valley Forge.

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John Printz, Governor at Tinicum
25 Washington Inn, Valley Forge.

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Queen Christina of Sweden..
25 King of Prussia Inn, 1769.

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Big-Eyed-Angels-Old Swedes' Church.
26 Soldiers' Hut, Valley Forge..

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Site of the Swedish Governor's Mansion, 1643

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Swedish Log Cabin, Darby Creek, 1698.

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Doorway of the Chew House, Germantown,

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Rear View of John Morton's Birthplace.
28 The Woodlands, West Philadelphia, 1770.

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Cobb's Creek Dam-Site of Swed Watermill,
29 Laurel Hill, Hunting Park Avenue..

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Swedish Type of Log Farmhouse.
30 Mt. Pleasant, East Fairmount Park, 1761

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St. James Church, Kingsessing, West Philadelphia.
31 The Johnson Bullet-Riddled Fence, Germantown,

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Dr. Charles J. Stillé.
32 Carlton—The Plantation of Roxborough..

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The Founder of Pennsylvania—"Penn in Armor"
33 Carpenters' Hall, 1770—Founded 1724.

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Successor of the Blue Anchor Inn..
35 Charles Thomson-By Charles Willson Peale.

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Penn Treaty Monument, Shackamaxon.

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The Lane to Harriton...

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The Calder Statue of Penn.
36 Harriton, Bryn Mawr, 1704.

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Penn's First Home in America.
37 Grave of Charles Thomson, Laurel Hill

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Penn's Razor.
38 Congress Hall-Rear Door

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William Penn, Quaker
39 Congress Hall --Main Entrance

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Wynnstay-Built in 1690.
39 Mill Ruin on Old Gulph Road.

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The Famous Wampum Belt.
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Penn's Secretary.

Robert Morris-By Charles Willson Peale.
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Caricature of Robert Morris,

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Site of the Home of the Founder of Germantown.
41 The “Angel House" at Harmonville.

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Doorway of No. 25 High Street..
41 Bank of North America-Chartered 1781

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A Pastorius Home, 1796.

41 First United States Bank, 1795.....
Thones Kunder's House.

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Keyser House, 1738..

The Rittenhouse Clock at Drexel Institute..

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Pastorius Monument, Vernon Park.

David Rittenhouse (1732-1796).

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Lower Burying Ground, Germantown.

First United States Mint, 1792.

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Wyck-Oldest House in Germantown, 1690.

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Rittenhouse's "Orrery" — University of Pennsylvania,
Site of Rittenhouse Mill, Germantown, 1690.

Birthplace of David Rittenhouse.

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Rittenhouse's Grave-Laurel Hill.

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Merion Meeting House, 1695.
50 Country Home of Provost Smith

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Interior of Old Swedes' Church, 1700.
50 Norriton Presbyterian Church...

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Christ Church..

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Friends' Arch Street Meeting House

Schuylkill River at Market Street.

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St. Michael-Zion German Lutheran Church

Fitch's First Passenger Steamboat.
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Interior of Christ Church.

A Relic of the First Steamboat..

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First Presbyterian Church.

Robert Fulton's Philadelphia Home..

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First Baptist Church, ..

From Fitch's MS. Books in the Ridgway Library.
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St. Michael's Church, Germantown.

Robert Fulton's Portrait in Independence Hall.
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Church of the Brethren, Germantown.

Cramp's Shipyard on the Delaware.
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St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church..

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Presbyterian Church of Neshaminy.

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Mikve Israel Synagogue.

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St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church.

Benjamin West (1738–1820)—By Matthew Pratt.

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St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church,

Mrs. Benjamin West-By Matthew Pratt.

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St. George's Methodist Church.

West's "Christ Healing the Sick",

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St. Peter's Protestant Episcopal Church.

West's “Death on the Pale Horse"

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St. Paul's Church.

Birthplace of Benjamin West....
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Mennonite Meeting House, Germantown.

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Trinity Church, Oxford.

Dormitory Terrace-University of Pennsylvania, 1925.

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Market Square Church, Germantowa.

The Original College Building, 1740.

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64 Presidential Mansion" on Ninth Street, 1802-1829

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Stenton-Built by James Logan in 1728.

The Forerunner of Penn Charter, 1745-1867..
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Wister House, Germantown, 1744. .

The New William Penn Charter School at Germantown
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Woodford-Oldest Mansion in Fairmount Park

Episcopal Academy, 1785..

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Interior of Belmont Mansion, 1745.

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The New Episcopal Academy at Overbrook
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Whitby Hall, Haverford

First Philadelphia Central High School.
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John Bartram's House, Kingsessing, 1731 .

New Central High School Building, 1900.
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Germantown Academy.
American Indian Chief-Portrait by Peale.

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University of Pennsylvania from the Air
Penn Treaty Park
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Monolith to the Lenni Lenape Indians

75 The First Medical School in America, 1925
West's “Penn's Treaty with the Indians"
75 First Medical School in America, 1765.

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Burial Ground of the Indian Chief Tamenend.
76 College of Physicians-Founded 1787.

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"Franklin in 1723"-By R. Tait McKenzie.

Interior of Library-Pennsylvania Hospital.
The Pennsylvania Hospital-Founded 1754.

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Franklin's Library-Founded 1731

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Home of Dr. Caspar Wistar.

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Franklin's Electrical Machine..
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American Philosophical Society-Founded 1743

Home of Dr. Philip Syng Physick.
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Signers' Chair and Table, Independence Hall.

Dr. Benjamin Rush-Physician and Patriot
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Franklin at Sixty-one

Jefferson Medical College--Founded 1824.
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At Work on the Declaration

Dr. D. Hayes Agnew at a Clinic-By Thomas Eakins
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Boyle's Statue of Franklin.
Franklin Institute-Built in 1825

State House Row, Philadelphia.

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Franklin Court-Drawing by Frank H. Taylor.

The Declaration of Independence.

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Where the Declaration was Written

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Franklin's Grave.

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Franklin's Composing Stick.

Thomas Jefferson-Contemporary Portrait.

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91 James Wilson-First University Professor of Law

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92 The First Law School in the United States.

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Oldest Law Library in the United States.
Lincoln's Law Library...
Penn's Great “Charter of Privileges," 1701.
Solitude, 1785.
The Morris House, 1786-By Frank H. Taylor.
Lewis-Fisher-Wharton House, 1795
Sweet Briar, Lansdowne Drive, 1797
Doorway of the Stamper House, 1768.
The Evans House, 1785.
Upsala, Germantown, 1798.
Loudoun, Germantown, 1801.
Vernon Mansion, Vernon Park, Germantown, 1803.
Morris House Doorway, 1772, Germantown.
Stuart Corner in the Academy of Fine Arts.
Founder of the Oldest Art Academy in America
Fannie Kemble-By Thomas Sully
Rembrandt Peale.
Sully in His Old Age-By Henry Inman.
Gilbert Stuart at Seventy-By John Neagle.
First Native Born American Sculptor ..
Masterpiece of William Rush.
Interior of the Academy of Fine Arts.
Doorway of Avondale-Home of Thomas Leiper.
Bittig's Bas-Relief in Broad Street Station.
Interior of the Baldwin Locomotive Works.
The Reading Terminal...,
The Bull's Head Tavern-By Frank H. Taylor.
Courtyard of the Bull's Head Tavern.
The Inclined Plane at Belmont..
Thirteenth and Market Streets in 1876.
Avondale, 1785...
Lapidea—Scene of First Railroad in Pennsylvania.
P. W. & B. Railroad Monument.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Station.
Statue and Sarcophagus of Stephen Girard.
New Girard Group of Municipal Piers.
Girard College-Founded 1831.
Facade of Girard Statue, City Hall Plaza
The Girard Farmhouse..
The Girard School..
The Lawn at Cedarcroft..
Castle Rocks, West Chester Pike.
Old Public School, Unionville.
Main Street, Unionville.
Bayard Taylor's Knapsack..
Old Inn, Unionville, 1734.
Bayard Taylor's Study at Cedarcroft.
Formerly the Red Lion Inn...
Grave of Bayard Taylor, Longwood Cemetery
Kennett Square Meeting House..
The Old Arch Street Theatre.
Old Chestnut Street Theatre in 1855.
Old Walnut Street Theatre.
Birthplace of Joseph Jefferson.
Edwin Forrest Home for Actors, Holmesburg.
Edwin Forrest's Philadelphia Home..
Charles Brockden Brown-First American Novelist
The Last Home of “Rebecca",
Lowell's Honeymoon Hotel.
“Franklin at Home"-By Henry Bacon.
Poe's Philadelphia Home..
Seventh and Brandywine Streets.
The Godfrey Farmhouse
Franklin's Epitaph....
A Dickens' Manuscript—"Our Mutual Friend"
Poe's MS. of the “Murders in the Rue Morgue".
Frank Stockton's Grave, Woodland's Cemetery.
T. Morris Perot, Jr...
Elliston Perot.
Francis Rawle.
Philadelphia at Work-Drawing by Frank H. Taylor ...

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Scroll of the "Hand-in-Hand" Company.

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The Oldest Firemark in America, 1752.

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The First Green Tree Fire Mark, 1784.

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Franklin's Printing Press..

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Public Ledger and North American" Press

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First Bank of North America, 1781.

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Title Page of the Sower Bible, 1743

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Old Landreth Nurseries, 1788–1847.

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Yoke of Liberty Bell-Bored with a Pugh Bit.

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United States Navy Yard, League Island

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The Modern Betsy Ross at Work on "Old Glory".

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Gateway to the Schuylzill Arsenal, 1799.

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United States Mint-Established 1792.

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United States Post Office.

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United States Custom House

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City Hall Square as it Looked July 4, 1812.

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The "City Hall" as it Looked in 108ź.

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Foot of Market Street in 1890.

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Market Street at Second in 1709

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Corn Exchange National Bank

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Delaware River Bridge from the Camden Side.

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Penn Treaty Elm at Shackamaxon.

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Memorial Hall-West Fairmount Park.

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The Parkway at Logan Circle...

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The Crossing at Broad and Chestnut Streets.

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The Union League.

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Masonic Temple.

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Broad Street Station-Pennsylvania Railroad.

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Commercial Museum-First in the United States.

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Grave of Betsy Ross, Mt. Moriah

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Over brook School for the Blind

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Museum of Science and Art-University of Pennsylvania.. 282
St. David's Church, Radnor..

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General Warren Tavern, Malvern.

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Overhanging Rock, Old Gulph Road

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Birthplace of General Anthony Wayne.

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Valley Creek Road, Valley Forge.

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Trappe Lutheran Church, 1743.

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Mill Grove-Early Home of Audubon.

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Washington Inn (1747) and Chester Court House (1724) 292
The Spot in Chester where Penn First Landed..

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Robinson House, Naamans-on-Delaware (1654)

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Old Swedes' Church, Wilmington, 1698..

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Caleb Pusey House, Upland, 1683

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A Bit of Old Frankford.

295
Chalkley Hall-near Wheat Sheaf Lane.

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Stephen Decatur's Home, Frankford..

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Lafayette's Headquarters at Chadd's Ford

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Brandywine Monument to Lafayette..

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On the Brandywine ...

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The Highlands-Built near Skippack Road in 1796.

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Garden Gate of the Devereux House.

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Devereux House, near Camp Hill..

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Hope Lodge, Bethlehem Pike, 1721.

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Graeme Park—Mansion of Sir William Keith.

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Historical Museum, Doylestown

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The Ivy, 1682—-Old York Road.

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Stenton-An Early Colonial Country Seat

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Willow Grove from the Air....

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Buckingham Meeting House-Old York Road

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Church of the New Jerusalem, Bryn Athyn

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Andalusia-Home of the Biddle Family

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Red Lion Inn, 1730-On the Bristol Pike

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Monument to Thomas Holme.

309
Log School House, Holmesburg..

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Walt Whitman's Home, Camden, N. J.

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Walt Whitman's Tomb, Harleigh Cemetery

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“Castle" of the State in Schuylkill, Eddington.

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Ground Plan of the Sesqui-Centennial International Expo-
sition

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Map of Highway Routes—To and From Philadelphia

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Map of Philadelphia-Central Section..

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Abington Presbyterian Church, 303, 304 Christina, Queen, 24, 32, 265

Evans Dental Institute, 118, 166
Academy and College of Philadelphia, 158, Church of the Brethren, 48, 52, 64, 252, 300 Evans House, 188
172

"Churches, The Ancient," Route 4, 52
Academy of Fine Arts, account of, 196. City Hall, account of, 263, 282; Baldwin Fairmount Park, 40, 268

277; "Lansdowne" Washington, 98, statue, 204; bronze tablet, south side, 22; Fatlands, 290
100; paintings by West, 152; portrait Girard statue, 214; Law Library, 178; First City Troop, 184, 192

of West, 151; portraits of actors, 232 Law Courts, 178; Penn statue, by “First in war, first in peace, etc.," 56, 276
Academy of Music, 232, 273

Calder, 34; tower, 263, 268; Washington First white child born on Philadelphia
Academy of Natural Sciences, 271

statue, 94

soil, 36, 266, 276
Adams, John, 87, 116, 118, 119, 128
Clinton Street, 188, 264

"Fitch and Fulton and the First Steam-
Agnew, Dr. D. Hayes, 174
Clock House, 308

boats," Route 14, 145
Alcott, Bronson, 160; Louisa M., 160, 24 Cobb's Creek dam, 281, 29

Fitch manuscripts, 148
"American Homes, Some Early," Route Cobb's Creek Parkway, 280, 281

Fitch Tablet at Hartsville, 150, 305
19, 183
College of Physicians, 168

Floating Bridge, Market Street, 145, 146
American Philosophical Society, 86, 138, "Colonial Homes, Some Early," Route 5,65 Flower Observatory, 298
182. 274
Commercial Museum, 282

Forrest, Edwin, 230, 232, 278; grave of,
American play, first, 232, 240, 264

Concord School, Germantown, 280, 300 60, 230, 276; home of, 234; Home for
Andalusia, 308

Congress Hall, account of, 274; balance Retired Actors, 230, 234, 308; Stuart's
André, Major, 232, 284

wheel from first steamboat. 148; Wash portrait of, 234
Angel House, 130, 136, 290

ington in, 94, 96; Robert Morris, 130 Fort Huntingdon, Valley Forge, 110
Aquarium, 270

Continental Congress, 88, 96, 126, 128 Fort Washington, Valley Forge, 108, 112,
Arch Street Meeting House, 52, 56, 276 Corinthian Yacht Club, 26

114, 289
Arnold, Benedict, 118, 270

Corn Exchange National Bank, 266, 275, Foulke House, 300
Arsenal, Frankford, 261, 308

282

Frankford Arsenal, 261, 308
Art Museum, Philadelphia, 202, 270, 291 Court House, Chester, 292

Frankford, Old, 308
Atheneum portrait of Washington, painted Cramp's Shipyard, 148, 150, 308

Franklin, Benjamin, 78, 152, 158, 178, 248,
in Germantown, 100, 279
Crum Creek Canal, 212

267; “Autobiography," 92, 236, 275;
Audubon, John James, 290
Cullin, Dr. Nicholas, tablet to, 24

epitaph, 240; grave, 92, 236; home, 92;
Augustus Lutheran Church, Trappe, 290 Cunard, Sir Samuel, 44, 279

printing press, 250; Boyle's statue of,
"Autobiography," Franklin's, 92, 236 Custom House. account of, 261, 274; 88, 260, 273
Automobile Club of Philadelphia, 311

mileage to, 261

Franklin Court, 92, 236, 238, 275
Auto-Tourists, Bulletin of Information for,

Franklin Field, 82, 282
312
Davis, Richard Harding, 166, 236

Franklin Institute, 88; memorials of
Avondale, 210, 212, 228, 296
Dawesfield, 300

Franklin, 88
“Death on the Pale Horse," 152, 198 Franklin, In the Footsteps of," "Route 7,
Babylonian Collection, 166, 282
Decatur, Stephen, 60, 276; home, 308

82
Baldwin Locomotive Works, 204, 206, 212, Declaration of Independence, 86, 177, 182, "Franklin in 1723," McKenzie Statue, 82
278, 293

276

Fulton, Robert, 146, 148
Baltimore Pike, 296
Delaware River Bridge, 267, 308

Fulton's House, site of, 148; sketch of, 146
Baptist Church, First, 52

Detours: to Angel House, Harmonville. 290; Furness, Dr. Horace Howard, 228, 230, 236
Baptist Ternple, 278

to Audubon's early home, 290; to Avon-
Barry, Commodore, 58

dale, 296; to Bartram's Garden, 292; to “George Washington in Philadelphia,"
Bartram's Home and Garden, 30, 72, 104, birthplace of Anthony Wayne, 288; to Route 8, 93
281, 292

birthplace of John Morton, 292; to "George Washington Sight-Seeing Tour,"
Belmont Mansion, 40, 70, 102, 122, 190, 270 birthplace of Benjamin West, 296; to

273
Bethlehem Pike, 300

Brandywine Battlefield, 296; to Bryn German Reformed Church, 46, 64
Betsy Ross. grave of, 104, 281

Athyn, 306; to Bryn Mawr College, 286; Germantown Academy, 158, 160, 164, 279
Betsy Ross House, 92, 98, 132, 276

to Bucks County Historical Society Germantown, Battle of, 48, 66, 100, 102,
"Betsy Ross," modern, 257, 258

Museum, 302; to Caleb Pusey House, 122, 160
Billmeyer House, 48, 100, 102, 280, 300 Upland, 292; to Camp Hill, and "Germantown, Founding and Founders of,"
Bittig's bas-relief, Broad St. Station, 204 Devereux House, 300; to Cedarcroft, Route 3, 41
Blockhouse, Swedish, 292

296; to Chalkley Hall, 308; to Cramp's Germantown Friends' Meeting House, 44,
Blue Anchor Inn, 36, 78, 265

Shipyard, 308; to Dawesfield, 300; to 52, 64, 279
Blue Bell Tavern, 104, 281

Stephen Decatur's home, 308;

to Germantown Site and Relic Society, 44,
Bourse, Philadelphia, 276

Disston's Saw Works, 306; to Doyles 78, 192, 279
Brandywine Battlefield, 296

town, 304; to Evansburg Church, 290; Girard College, 40, 214, 218, 268
Brandywine, battle of, 104, 122, 224

to Fatlands, 290; to Foulke House, Girard Estate, 218, 267
Breck, Samuel, 136, 190, 208, 210

Penllyn. 300; to Frankford Arsenal, 308; Girard National Bank, 132, 214, 266
Brick house, first, 40

to Old Frankford, 308; to Main Street, Girard Park, 218; Girard School, 218
Bristol, 308; Bristol Pike, 308

Germantown, 300; to Graeme Park, 302; Girard, Stephen, 60, 264, 266, 276; farm-
Broad Street Station, 204, 271, 277, 282 to Harriton, 286; to The Highlands, 300; house of, 214; home of, 214; original
Brown, Charles Brockden, 236

to "Indian Walk," 304; to Longwood estate of, 214; relics of, 218; sarcophagus
Bryn Athyn Church of the New Jerusalem, Gardens, 296; to Lower Dublin Aca of, 218; statue of, 214, 218
306
demy, 308; to Mill Grove, 290; to Old "Girard, Stephen-Patriot and

Philan-
Bryn Mawr College, 114, 286

Swede's Church, Wilmington, 292; to thropist,” Route 22, 213
Bucks County Historical Society, Museum Site of Paoli Massacre, 285, 288, 289; "Gloria Dei" Church, 24, 62
of, 80, 302

to Penn Treaty Park, 308; to Red Lion Godfrey, Thomas, 66, 240
Bulletin of Information for Auto-Tourists, Inn, 298; to Skippack, 300; to State Godfrey, Thomas, Jr., 232, 240, 264
312

in Schuylkill, 308; to Stenton, 302, 305, "Goldbug," 240
Bullet-riddled fence, 120, 122

307; to Trinity Church, Oxford, 306; Graeme Park, 302
Bull's Head Tavern, 206

to St. David's Church, Radnor, 284; to "Grand Depot, The." 206
Byberry farms, and hospital, 307

St. Tammany's burial ground. 302; to Grant's Cabin, General, 270; statue, 270

Walt Whitman's home, Camden, 310; Gratz, Rebecca, 236
Camac Street, 263

to Walt Whitman's tomb, 310; to Green Tree Tavern, Germantown, 46, 68,
Camden, 310

Waynesborough, 288; to Wrightstown, 164, 279, 300
Camp Hill, 300

304

Gulph Mills, boulder, 114, 289
Camp Schoolhouse, Valley Forge, 114 Devereux House, 300
Cannon Ball Farm, 26

Dickens and Little Nell, statue, 240 "Hail Columbia," first sung, 182, 230, 274
Carlton, 122, 188
Dickens, Charles, 242, 282

Hamilton, Alexander, 136; Andrew, 118;
Carpenters' Hall, 88, 96, 126, 275
Dock, Christopher, 44, 164, 252

James, portrait by West, 156, 200;
Castle Rocks, 222, 296, 298
Dock Street Market, 265

William, 118, 156, 200, 281
Cathedral of SS. Peter and Paul, 271 Doylestown Pike, 302

Hancock, General Winfield Scott, 290
Caves in river banks, 42
Drew family, 229, 230

Ilarmonville, 136, 290
Cedarcroft, 226, 298
Drexel, Anthony J., 118

Harriton Farms, 128, 286
Centenary Firms, complete list of. 255 Drexel Building, 274

Hatboro, 150, 305; Library, 305; Loller
Centenary Firms and Corporations of the Drexel Institute. 140, 242, 282

Academy, 305; Monument, 305
United States, Association of. 254
Drinker, Edward, 36, 266, 276

Haverford College, 285, 286
Central High School, 1-10, 158, 160, 240, 278 Dropsie College, 278

Highlands. The, 300
Chadd's Ford, 228, 291, 297
Dunkards, 48, 64, 252

Highway Routes, to and from Philadelphia,
Chalfont, 80, 302

283
Chalkley Hall, 308

Eddystone, 212
Chamber of Commerce, Philadelphia, 15

Historical Society of Pennsylvania, Ac-
Elwyn School for the Feeble-minded, 297
Chew House, 102, 120, 300

count of, 263, 273; paintings by Ameri-
Entrenchments at Valley Forge. 112
Childs Collection of Manuscripts, 242, 282 Episcopal Academy, 164, 280;

can Artists, 200; Lincoln's Law Library,

original
Christ Church, 52, 60, 96, 136, 276

182; Patent of John Key, 36; Penn

site of, 166
Christ Church graveyard, 62

family portraits, 31; portrait of "Penn
Essington, 24, 26

in Armor." 34; Penn relics, 34; Penn's
"Christ Healing the Sick," 156, 198
"Evangeline," burial place of, 264

wampum belt, 34, 74; Slate Roof House,

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lock and key, 36; model of, 34; Swedish | Lewis and Clark Expedition, Outfitting, North America, Bank of, 130, 250, 275
portraits, 22; Washington, bust of, 94; 259
Washington, Martha, portrait of, 94, Liberty Bell, 5, 274; Yoke of, 252

Obelisk, Marble, Market St. Bridge, 286
200; Washington, portraits and relics of. Library, New Philadelphia Free, 271 Octagonal School House, Birmingham, 296;
94; portraits by West, 156, 200, 254; | Lincoln Highway, 306

Newtown Square, 298
souvenirs of West, 156
Lincoln's Law Library, 182

Old City Hall, account of, 274; American
Historic Facts About Philadelphia, 19 Llanerch Country Club, 298

Indian Chief, portrait of, by Charles
Historic Routes, Table of, 9
Logan, James, 38, 66, 68, 72, 192

Willson Peale. 74; First United States
Hog Island, 26
"Log College," 150, 304

Supreme Court, 182; Indian Curios, 74;
Holme, Thomas, grave of, 308; home of, Longwood Cemetery, 228, 291

"Penn's Treaty with the Indians,' by
38, 275
"Longwood" Gardens, 296

West, 14, 152, 200; Red Jacket, portrait
"Honeymoon Hotel," 236, 276
Loudoun, 42, 192, 278

of, 74; souvenirs of Stuart and Sully,
Hope Lodge, 300, 301
Lower Dublin Academy, 308

202; Treaty Elm, section of, 74
Hopkinson, Joseph, 182, 238, 274

Lower Germantown Burial Ground, 44, "Old Glory," making of, 257, 258
Horticultural Hall, 269

122, 278

"Old Ironsides," 204
Hotel, Bellevue-Stratford, 273; Benjamin Ludwick, Christopher, 62

"Old Schools and Schoolmasters," Route
Franklin, 88, 236, 274; Continental, 236;

16, 157
Green's, 274; Ritz-Carlton, 273; Sten- Manufacturers' Club, 273

Old Swedes' Church, Philadelphia, 24, 52,
ton, 273; Walton, 273
Map of Highway Routes, 319

62, 265
Hurrie, William, the bell ringer, 58
Map of Philadelphia, 320

Old Swedes' Church, Wilmington, 292, 293
Market, Old Second Street, 186

Old Swedish houses, 24, 265
Illustrations, List of, 314
Market Square, 46, 78, 279

Old York Road, 100, 304
Inclined Plane at Belmont, 208

Market Square Presbyterian Church, 46, Oldest Social Club in America, 308, 311
Independence Hall, account of, 274; clock, 52, 64

Oldest House in Germantown, 46, 280
138; Declaration of Independence Masonic Home, 278

Oldest Industries, sixteen, 244
signed, 86; designed by Hamilton, 118; Masonic Lodge, First, 300

Oldest School Building in Germantown, 48
historic portraits, 200; Independence Masonic Temple, 94, 277

"Our Mutual Friend,' 242, 282
chamber, 86; portrait of Benjamin Masonic Temple, Washington Relics, 94 Overbrook High School, New, 286
Rush, 168; portrait of Charles Brockden Mayors of Philadelphia, Portraits of, 34 "Overhanging Rock," 114, 289
Brown, 236; portrait of Charles Thom- “Medical Practitioners, The Early,"
son, 124; portrait of Robert Morris. Route 17, 167

Paoli Massacre, 284
130; West portrait, 156

Medical School, Oldest, 166, 168, 172, 174, Paper Mill, first, in America, 48, 280
"Indians, Relics and Reminders of the," 282

Pastorius' Cave, 42, 264
Route 6, 73

Medical Society, Philadelphia County, 168 Pastorius, Daniel, 46. 68, 192
Indian Reservation, 38, 74, 276

Meeting Houses, Abington. 303; Arch Pastorius. Francis Daniel, 44, 64, 192, 279
Indian Rock, 80

Street, 52, 56, 276; Birmingham, 296; Pastorius Homestead, 46, 279
"Indian Walk," 80, 304

Buckingham, 305; Concord, 297; Frank- Pastorius. Monument, to Francis Daniel,
Inman, Henry, 198, 242

ford, 308; Germantown, 44, 52, 64, 279; 46, 279
Insurance Company of North America, Horsham, 303; Kennet Square, 228, 297; Pastorius Motto, 42, 46, 192
266, 271, 276, 282

Longwood, 228; Mennonite, German- Paxton Boys, 74, 78
Insurance, first book on, 244

town, 46, 52, 64, 144, 164, 280, 300; Peale, Charles Willson, 124, 142, 148, 196,
International Mercantile Marine Com Merion, 52, 62, 289; Newtown, 222, 298; 198, 200
pany, 265

Springfield, 156; Wrightstown, 80 Peale, Rembrandt, 146, 178, 200
Inventor of the quadrant, 232, 240
Memorial Hall, 202, 269

Penllyn, 300
Irwin, tablet to Nathaniel, 304
Mercantile Club, 278

Penn Boulder, Chester, 292
Ivy, The, 304
Merion Cricket Club, 289

Penn, Granville John, 74, 190
Mikve Israel, 57, 63, 278

Penn House, William, 40, 267, 269
Japanese Garden, 269
Mill Grove, 290

Penn, John, 36, 74, 190, 268, 276
Jefferson, Joseph, 230; birthplace of, 230, Mitchell, Dr. S. Weir, 118, 168, 236, 240, Penn, John, home of, 40, 190
264

281

Penn National Bank, 182, 276
Jefferson Medical College, 174

Mint, United States, 260; mileage to, 259 "Penn's Treaty with the Indians," 74, 152
Jefferson, Thomas, 86, 87, 182, 276
Modjeska, Portrait of, 234

Penn Treaty Park, 38, 80, 267, 308
Johnson Houses, 102, 122, 280, 300
Moore's Cottage, Tom, 192, 240

Penn, William, 22
Johnson, John G., collection of paintings, Morgan, Dr. John, 166, 172, 174

"Penn, William, Memorials of,” Route 2,
182, 202
Morris, Anthony, 246, 248

33
“Morris, Robert, and the First Banks," | "Pennsylvania Gazette," 82, 86, 88, 248
Kane, tomb of Elisha Kent, 270

Route 12, 129

Pennsylvania Hospital, 174, 263; auto-
Keith, Sir William, 302

Morris, Robert, 62, 116, 190, 250, 273 graph letter of Franklin, 84; autograph
Kelpius, Johannes, 200

Morris, Robert, burial vault, 136, 276; letter of West, 156; "Christ Healing
Kemble, Fanny, Sully's portraits 198, caricature of, 130; last home of. 130; the Sick," 152, 174; corner stone, 84, 174;
231

letter to John Hancock, 132; portraits Penn Statue, 36, 174, 264
Keneseth Israel, 278

of, 130

Pennsylvania Memorial, Valley Forge, 114,
Kennett Square Meeting House, 228, 297 Morris House, 184, 192

289
Kennett Square, 220, 226, 298

Morris Mansion, Germantown, 86, 102, Pennsylvania Museum of School of In-
Keyser House, 46, 48

122, 192, 279

dustrial Art, 269
Keystone Automobile Club, 311

Morris Mansion, Sixth and Market Sts., Pennsylvania Railroad, 16, 18, 204, 271
King of Prussia Inn, 114, 289

98, 136

Pennsylvania's First Industry, 30
King of Prussia Tavern, Germantown, 122 Morton, John, 28; birthplace of, 28, 292; Perot. Elliston, 246
King's Highway, 104, 292

monument, 292

Perot, T. Morris, Jr., 246
Knox's Headquarters, Valley Forge, 112 Mott. Lucretia, 303

Peters, Richard, 40, 70, 122, 158, 190, 270
Krider Gun-Shop, 36, 148, 266, 276
Mt. Pleasant, 118, 270

Philadelphia Academy and College, 98
Kunder, Thones, 42; house, 44, 278 Muhlenberg. Rev. Henry Melchoir, 48, 62, Philadelphia and Reading Ry., 206, 277

290, 300

Philadelphia Art Museum, 12, 202, 270,
Lafayette Headquarters, Chadd's Ford, 297 Muhlenberg, John Peter Gabriel, General, 291
Lafayette Headquarters. Valley Forge, 110 48. 62, 290

Philadelphia Club, 273
Lafayette Monument, 296

Municipal Piers, 12, 14, 148, 214, 265; Philadelphia Contributionship. 84, 186, 246
Lafayette. Sully's portrait of, 200

stadium, 19

Philadelphia Depot of the Quartermaster's
"Lansdowne" Washington, 196

"Murders in the Rue Morgue, The," 240, Department, Account of, 258; mileage
Lapidea, 210

242, 282

to, 257
Laurel Hill Cemetery, 128, 291
Musical Fund Hall, 230

Philadelphia Library Co. account of, 263,
Laurel Hill Mansion, 120

273; first gift of books to, 244; first
“Law and Lawyers, Historic Mementos of," | Naaman's-on-Delaware, 292

Secretary of, 244; first Treasurer of, 70;
Route 18, 177
National Farm School. 302

Loganian Library. 60; Minutes of
Law Library, oldest, 178

"National Government in Philadelphia, Indian Conferences, 74, 124; old cor-
Law School, oldest, 166, 178

The," Route 27, 257

nerstone, 84; Duplessis portrait of Frank-

of

lin, S4; sketch Robert
League Island, Philadelphia Navy Yard, National Memorial, Valley Forge, 114. 289

Fulton's
258

"Naturalization papers," oldest, 24, 265 House, 146; statue of Franklin, 82;
Leech, Toby, 64
Naval Academy, United States, 259

Stone Tablet, 82; Washington relics, 94;
Leidy, Dr. Joseph, Statue of. 168
Naval Asylum, 259; Naval Hospital, 260 Bevan's Likeness of William Penn, 34;

William
"Leiper, Thomas, and the Beginnings of Neagle, John, 196

William

Penn's Clock, 34;
Railroads." Route 21, 203
Neglee House, 42

Penn's Secretary, 34
Leiper, Thomas, First railroad of, 210 Neshaminy Presbyterian Church. 150, 304 Philadelphia Navy Yard, 256, 257
Lemon Hill, 136, 270

an een,” Reading Station, 206 "Philadelphia's Oldest Industries," Route
Lenni Lenape Indians, 80, 304
Norristown, 290

26, 243
"Letitia House," 40, 267
Norriton, 144

Philadelphia, The Sesqui-Centennial City.
Letitia Street, 38, 236, 267, 269, 275 Norriton Presbyterian Church, 144

11: arena of the nation's past, 11; of
Lewis-Fisher-Wharton House, 184, 264 "North American," 82, 250

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Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Sower, Christopher, 44, 64, 250

Type, First cast in America, 44, 252
Railroad, monument of, 212
Spring Garden Institute, 278

Unicorn Inn, 222, 298; original of, 224
Physick, Dr. Philip Syng, 172, 174, 188 Spring House School, 308

Union League, 236, 273
Pine St. Presbyterian Church, 52, 58 St. David's Church, Radnor, 284, 286 Unionville, 222, 224, 298
Poe, Edgar Allan, home of, 240

St. George's Methodist Episcopal Church, United States Bank, First, 132, 214, 266,
Poe, Edgar Allan, manuscript, 242, 282 52, 56

276
"Polly," tea-ship, 160
St. James' Church, Evansburg, 290

United States Mint, 259, 260; First, 138
"Poor Richard's Almanac," 92. 236

St. James' Church, Kingsessing, 30, 52, 62, University of Pennsylvania, 98, 140, 158,
Porter Mansion, Norristown, 290

104, 281, 293

276; buildings of, 166; College Hall,
Port Royal, 308

St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 52, 140; Dormitories, 32; first Graduating
Portuguese Hebrew Burial Ground, 236, 56. 276

Class, 158; Hospital, 166, 282; Houston
263

St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 52, 58 Hall, 140, 282; Later Site of, 158; Law
Post Office, account of, 260, 273; mileage St. Michael's Lutheran Church, Gtn., 48, School, description of, 178, 282; Library,
to, 260
52, 300

82, 242; Franklin relics, 82; Medical
Powel, Samuel, home of, 98, 116, 178, 276 St. Michael-Zion German Lutheran School, 174, 282; Museum, 166, 282;
Pratt, Matthew, 151, 152, 196, 202

Church, 54

Original Site of, 158
Presbyterian Church, First, 52, 54, 236, St. Paul's Church, 52, 60, 276

Upper Burying Ground, Germantown, 48,
274
St. Paul's Church, Chester, 293

280, 300
Princeton College, 54, 62

St. Peter's Church, 52, 58, 96, 186, 264, l'psala, 192, 280, 300
Printz, Mansion of Governor, 28

276

Ursinus College, 291
Printz, Water-mill of, 30, 281

St. Thomas' Church, 300
"Protest against Slavery," First, 46. 278 Stamper-Blackwell-Bingham House, 186, “Valley Forge, A Pilgrimage to," Route 9,
Protestant Episcopal Church, founding of, 276

107
62, 122

State in Schuylkill Fishing Club, 308, 311 Van Rensselaer Mansion, 300
"Public Ledger," 88, 250, 274
State House, 86

Vernon Mansion, 192, 279; Vernon Park,
Public School Building, oldest in Phila- Steamboat, First, 146, 286

46, 192
delphia, 281

Steamboat service, first, 145, 150
Pusey House, Caleb, 292
Stenton, 66, 78, 100, 278, 302, 306

Wakefield, 192
Steuben, Gen. von, statue, Valley Forge, 114 Wanamaker Store, 263, 277
Quadrant, Inventor of, 66, 240
Stillé, Charles J., 32

Washington, George, 93, 273; Coach-
"Quaker Academy," 124, 126

"Story of Kennett," 220, 222, 224, 226, 228 maker to, 102; Funeral oration on, 56,
Queen Christina, 24, 32, 265
Stock Exchange, Old, 266

276; Headquarters, Chadd's Ford, 297;
Queen Street, 24, 265

Stockton, Frank R., 118, 240, 242, 278, 281 Headquarters, Valley Forge, 110
Strawberry Mansion, 270

Washington Inn, Valley Forge, 110
Railroad track, first trial, 206

Stuart, Gilbert, 100, 196, 200, 202, 234, 278 Washington Memorial Chapel, Valley
Rawle, Francis, 120, 244
Stuart, Gilbert, portrait, by Neagle. 200

Forge, 108, 112
"Raven, The," 240

Stuart Corner in Academy of Fine Arts, 196 Washington Monument, Fairmount Park,
Reading Terminal, 205, 206, 277
Sully, Thomas, 198, 200, 202, 234

104, 270, 291
"Rebecca." in "Ivanhoe," original of, 216 Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, 178, 200 Washington Pew in Christ Church, 60, 276
Religious Liberty, Monument to, 269 Swan Johnson, Tombstone of, 24

Washington Spring, Valley Forge, 110
"Revolutionary Mansions, Notable," Route Swansons, Log Home of, 24

Washington Tavern, Germantown, 102,
10, 115
Swarthmore College, 156

280, 300
Ridge Road, 102, 290

"Swedes, Landmarks of the Early,” Routo Washington, Martha, Portrait of, 94, 200
Ridgway Library, 148, 150, 168, 315

1, 21

Waterman Monument, 110, 112
Rittenhouse, David, 46, 48, 64, 260, 200; Swedish Farmhouse, 30, 281

Watson, the annalist, 98, 128, 148, 150,
birthplace of, 144, 192, 280; clock, 140; Sweet Briar Mansion, 136, 190, 208, 210,

244
grave, 142; monument to, 144, 290; 269

Wayne, Anthony, Birthplace of, 288;
observation of transit of Venus, 144;

grave of, 284
observatory of, 138; orrery of, 140; Tamenend, Indian Chief, 78, 80, 302 Waynesborough, 288
portrait of, 142
Tammany's Burial Ground, 302

Wayne Statue, Valley Forge, 108, 114, 289
"Rittenhouse, David, First Practical Taverns, hotels and inns: Audubon, 290; West, Benjamin, autograph letter of, 156;
Scientist," Route 13, 137

Blue Bell. 293; Black Horse, Flourtown, birthplace of, 156, 296; paintings by, 198;
Rittenhouse. William, 46, 48, 64, 280

301; Black Horse, Middletown road. portrait of, 152, 196; portrait of Mrs.
“Road-Side," 303

297; Black Horse, Norristown, 291; West, 152, 196
Robinson House, 292

Bull's Head, 206; Catalpa, 305; Drove, “West, Benjamin—The Quaker Artist,"
Roosevelt Boulevard, 278, 306

298; Fort Side, 301; Fort Washington, Route 15, 151
Roxborough Country Club, 291; High 301; Fountain, 80, 291, 303; General

West

Chester, 220, 222, 298; Public
School, 291; Public School, old, 291 Greene, 305; General Warren, 284, 285, Library, 222, 298
Rudman, Rev. Andrew, tomb of. 24

239; General Wayne, 113, 114, 289; West Chester Pike, 298
Rush, Dr. Benjamin, 168, 174; Dr. James, General Wayne, Holmesburg, 309; Wharton School, 166, 281
168; William, 196, 230

Green Tree, Germantown, 46, 68, 164, Whitby Hall, 70

279, 300; Green Tree, West Chester, 222, White, Bishop William, 60, 136, 152, 164.
"Sandy Flash," 220, 221, 222

298; King of Prussia, 289; Old Buck, 200, 276
"Saturday Evening Post," 86, 88, 220, 286; Pine Apple, 297; Providence, 297; Whitefield, George, 82, 92, 158
224, 248, 250, 271

Red Lion, Ardınore, 285; Red Lion, / "White House, First," 276
School for the Blind, Overbrook, 280

Bristol Pike, 308, 309; Red Lion, near Whitman, Walt, Home of, 310; ton.b, 310
School of Design for Women, 234, 278 Kennett. 226. 298; Spread Eagle, 285, “Wieland," 235
School of Industrial Art. 219

286; Three Tuns, 291; Tinicum, 26; William Penn Charter School, 124, 158, 160
School System of Pennsylvania, 190

Turk's Head. 298; "Unicorn," 298; *William Penn Sight-seeing Tour," 263
'Schul-Ordnung,” Christopher Dock's, 44, Warrington, 303; Washington, Chester, Willing's Alley, 55, 56, 276
164, 252

292, Washington, Holmesburg, 309; Willow Grove Park, 302
Schuylkill Arsenal, 259; mileage to, 238 White Horse, 293; Wheel Pump, 301 Wilmington's New Civic Center, 292
Schuylkill River at Market Street, 256 Taylor, Bayard, birthplace of. 226, 298; Wilson, Alexander, 62, 265
Scott, Sir Walter, 236, 242

grave of, 228; knapsack. 222; manu Wilson, James, 178
Scull, Burial plot of Vicholas, 300

scripts, 222; relics of, 222, 298

Wilstach Collection of Paintings, 202, 269
Seamen's Church Institute, 266

“Taylor, Bayard, Tracks and Traces of,” Wissahickon Drive, 280
Second Street Market, old, 276

Route 23, 219

Wistar, Dr. Caspar, 172
Sesqui-Centennial International Exposi- Tedyuscung, 80

Wistar House, 184
tion, 313; ground plan, 312; airplane Temple University, 278

Wistar Institute of Anatomy, 166, 174, 281
view of site, 256; stadium, 19
Tennent, Rev. William, 150, 304

"Wistar Parties." 172
Shackamaxon, 38, 56, 78
"Tent" Monument. Marble, 291

Wister House, Germantown, 66, 122, 279
Shakespeare, First folio of, 234
"Theatres and Actors of Olden Days," Wister, John, 68, 192, 279;

Owen, 44,
Sharpless, James, Pastel portraits by, 200, Route 24, 229

240; Sally, 122, 240, 279, 300
235

Theatres: Adelphi, 277; Broad Street, 273; Witt. Dr. Christopher, 200
Shippen, Peggy. 118, 270

Arch Street, 230; Chestnut Street, First. Woodford, 70
Shippen, Dr. William, 172, 174

230, 274; Forrest. 232, 273; Keith's, Woodland Avenue, 104, 281, 292
Signers of the Declaration, 200

273; Lyric, 277; Schubert, 273; Walnut Woodlands Cemetery, 116, 281, 293
Skippack, 300

Street, 230
Slate Roof House, 36, 66, 276; model of, 34 "Thomson, Charles, First Secretary of

Woodlands, The, 116, 281
Smith, Rev. William, 64, 128, 142, 158, 164, Congress," Route 11, 124

Wordsworth, William, portrait of 242
200, 236, 276

Thomson, Charles, Indian name of, 126; Wrightstown, 80, 304
Smyth, Albert Henry, 240

portrait of, 124; teacher, 124, 158;

Wyck, 46, 280, 300
Solitude, 40, 183, 190, 268

tomb of, 128, 270

Wynne, Dr. Thomas, 40, 62
Southern Boundary of Original City, 22, 264 Trappe Lutheran Church, 290

“Wynnstay,” 40, 280
Southwark, 22

Treaty Elm, 56; Scion of, 36
Southwark Theatre, 232, 264
Trinity Church, Oxford, 52, 64, 306

Zion Lutheran Church, 54, 56, 98, 276
Sowe: Bible, 44, 64, 250, 252
Trumbull, John, 202

Zoological Garden, 40, 183, 190, 268

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