Volume/Folder: History of Chestnut Street scrapbook, 1860 [Volume 2]

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Record Number: 7239
Call number: Ap 858 S 72
Volume: 2
Page: 15, 33, 116, 142, 168, 203
Creator: Souder, Casper
Publisher: King & Baird
Address: Chesnut Street
Philadelphia, PA
Date of Original: 1860
Original Format: Albums › Scrapbooks
Inscription text: THE HISTORY OF CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA;
From the Founding of the City to the Year 1859.
BY CASPER SOUDER, Jr.
With Illustrations.
Vol.
FIVE COPIES PRINTED IN BOOK FORM.
PHILADELPHIA; KING & BAIRD, PRINTERS, 607 SANSOM STREET. 1860.
 
Inscription location: Title page
Image description: This digital record contains images that depict selections from the scrapbook and sketches by Casper Souder, Jr. Images depict the following selections: (1) Cover of the scrapbook. (2) Title page (3) Clipping labeled as, "3rd Street south of Chestnut. west side. 1852" (page 15). (3) Portrait of Miss E. Leslie (Page 33). (4) Portrait of George Emlen, engraved by H.S. Wagner from a Miniature by J.H. Brown (Page 53). (5) Photograph of houses 46, 48, and 50 Chesnut Street, 1850 (Page 116). (6) Advertisements for Chestnut Street businesses, including Brown's Tea Warehouse and Young Ladies' Seminary (Page 142). (7) Portrait of Miss Mary Gannon, Actress (Page 168). (8) Sketches of store and street view at Fifth and Chestnut Streets (203).