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F158.44 .D78 1889 [Info] Extracts From the Journal of Elizabeth Drinker, From 1759-1807, A.D. (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1889), by Elizabeth Sandwith Drinker, ed. by Henry D. Biddle (page images at HathiTrust)
F158.44 .F9 [Info] A Full and Complete Account of the Late Awful Riots in Philadelphia (Philadelphia: J. B. Perry, et al., ca. 1844) (multiple formats at
F158.44 .F9 [Info] The Full Particulars of the Late Riots, With a View of the Burning of the Catholic Churches, St. Michaels and St. Augustines (Philadelphia: Pub. at 23 N. Second St., ca. 1844) (multiple formats at
F158.44 .J71 [Info] A Narrative of the Proceedings of the Black People, During the Late Awful Calamity in Philadelphia, in the Year 1793: And a Reputation of some Censures, Thrown upon Them in Some Late Publications (Philadelphia: Printed for the authors by W. W. Woodward, 1794), by Absalom Jones and Richard Allen
F158.44 .P28 [Info] A Full and Accurate Report of the Trial for Riot Before the Mayor's Court of Philadelphia, on the 13th of October, 1831, Arising Out of a Protestant Procession on the 12th of July, and in Which the Contending Parties Were Protestants and Roman Catholics (Philadelphia: J. Harding, 1831), by Henry Darley (multiple formats at
F158.44 .P7 [Info] The Truth Unveiled: or, A Calm and Impartial Exposition of the Origin and Immediate Cause of the Terrible Riots in Philadelphia on May 6th, 7th, and 8th, A.D. 1844 (Philadelphia: M. Fithian, 1844), by Protestant and native Philadelphian
F158.44 .S91 [Info] Street Talk About an Ordinance of Councils Passed the 11th July, 1844, Organizing a Military Force for the Government of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, 1844) (multiple formats at
F158.5 .P372 [Info] Our Philadelphia (Philadelphia and London: J. B. Lippincott Co., 1914), by Elizabeth Robins Pennell, illust. by Joseph Pennell (Gutenberg text and illustrated HTML)
F158.5 .P5 1873 [Info] Philadelphia and Its Environs (ca. 1873) (page images at MOA)
F158.5 .P5 1875 [Info] Philadelphia and Its Environs, and the Railroad Scenery of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., c1875) (multiple formats at
F158.5 .P5 1876 [Info] Philadelphia and Its Environs (ca. 1876) (page images at HathiTrust)
F158.5 .P57 1893 [Info] Philadelphia and Its Environs: A Guide to The City and Surroundings (Columbian edition; Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, c1893), by George Abishai Woodward (page images at Google)
F158.5 .S932 [Info] Quaint Corners in Philadelphia (Philadelphia and New York: J. Wanamaker, c1899), contrib. by J. Loughran Scott, Helen Campbell, Louise Stockton, Elizabeth Robins Pennell, Edwin Atlee Barber, Eliza S. Turner, and Frank Willing Leach, illust. by Joseph Pennell, Alice Barber Stephens, Charles H. Stephens, Colin Campbell Cooper, Walter M. Dunk, and Mary K. Trotter
F158.5 .W24 [Info] A Friendly Guide to Philadelphia and the Wanamaker Store (1926), by John Wanamaker (page images at LOC)
F158.62.P5 P5 [Info] History of the Philadelphia Bible-Christian Church for the First Century of its Existence, from 1817 to 1917 (Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1922), by Philadelphia Bible-Christian Church Maintenance Committee (multiple formats at
F158.65 .F2 K4 [Info] Fairmount Park, by Charles Shearer Keyser (page images at MOA)
F158.68 .C45 C66 1992 [Info] Suburb in the City: Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, 1850-1990 (Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press, c1992), by David R. Contosta
F158.68 .W5 R6 [Info] A History of Philadelphia's University City, by Leon S. Rosenthal (illustrated HTML at
F158.68 .W5 V53 1903 [Info] West Philadelphia Illustrated: Early History of West Philadelphia and Its Environs, Its People, and Its Historical Points (Philadelphia: Avil Print. Co., 1903), by M. Laffitte Vieira (page images at HathiTrust)
F158.68 .W8 D3 [Info] The Wissahickon (Philadelphia: The Garden Club of Philadelphia, 1922), ed. by T. A. Daly, illust. by Herbert Pullinger (page images at Villanova)
F158.8.I3 B4 [Info] History of Independence Hall (Philadelphia: J. Challen and Son; et al., 1859), by D. W. Belisle (multiple formats at
F158.8 .I3 E8 1876 [Info] An Historical Account of the Old State House of Pennsylvania, Now Known as the Hall of Independence (Boston: J. R. Osgood and Co., 1876), by Frank M. Etting (multiple formats at
F158.8 .I3 E8 1876 [Info] The Philadelphia Tea Party of 1773: A Chapter from The History of the Old State House (Philadelphia: E. Stern, 1873), by Frank M. Etting (page images at Pitt)
F158.8 .P9 P9 [Info] The Public Ledger Building, Philadelphia (page images at MOA)
F158.9 .N3 D8 [Info] The Philadelphia Negro: A Social Study; Together With a Special Report on Negro Domestic Service (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 1899), by W. E. B. Du Bois, contrib. by Isabel Eaton (page images at HathiTrust)

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