Franklin

Quaint corners in Philadelphia, with one hundred and seventy-four illustrations. By Joseph Pennell and others.

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Edition:
Rev. ed.
Publication:
Philadelphia, J. Wanamaker [c1922]
Format/Description:
Book
xvii, 9-506 p. incl. front., illus., plates, ports. 19 cm.
Subjects:
Philadelphia (Pa.)
Contents:
A Quaker soldier, by Helen Campbell.
The city of a dream, by Helen Campbell.
"Caspipina": the story of a mother church, by Louise Stockton.
Old Saint Joseph's, by Elizabeth Robins.
The old Philadelphia library, by Louise Stockton.
Quaker and Tory, by Helen Campbell.
The Philadelphia post office, by Edwin A. Barber.
City Hall square, by Joseph Jackson.
Public schools, by Eliza S. Turner.
A master builder, by Helen Campbell.
Early abolitionists, by Helen Campbell.
Medical education, by Helen Campbell.
The bettering-house and other charities, by Louise Stockton.
The right to bear arms, by Frank Willing Leach.
Stephen Girard: mariner and merchant, by Louise Stockton.
Notes:
Published in 1883 under title: A sylvan city: or, Quaint corners in Philadelphia.
Penn Provenance:
Grant, Martha F. (autograph, March 1925) (RBC copy)
Hess, Frances C. (donor) (RBC copy)
Penn Chronology:
1922
Contributor:
Campbell, Helen, 1839-1918.
Stockton, Louise, 1838-1914.
Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936.
Barber, Edwin Atlea, 1851-1916.
Jackson, Joseph, 1867-
Turner, Eliza Sproat, 1836-1903.
Leach, Frank Willing, 1855-1943.
OCLC:
1507524
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