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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Quaint corners in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia, New York, J. Wanamaker [©1922]
|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Louise Storkton; Elizabeth Robins Pennell; Edwin Atlee Barber; Joseph Jackson; Eliza Sproat Turner, Mrs.; Frank Willing Leach; Helen Campbell
|Notes:||Published in 1883 under title: A sylvan city: or, Quaint corners in Philadelphia.|
|Description:||xvii, 9-506 pages including frontispiece, illustrations, plates, portraits 19 cm|
|Contents:||A Quaker soldier, by Helen Campbell.--The city of a dream, by Helen Campbell.--"Caspipina": the story of a mother church, by Louise Storkton.--Old Saint Joseph's, by Elizabeth Robins.--The old Philadelphia library, by Louise Storkton.--Quaker and Tory, by Helen Campbell.--The Philadelphia post office, by Edwin A. Barber.--City Hall square, by Joseph Jackson.--Public schools, by Elisa A. 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 Storkton.--The right to bear arms, by Frank Willing Leach.--Stephen Girard: mariner and merchant, by Louise Storkton.|
|Responsibility:||By Joseph Pennell and others.|