Faces and Places of My Boyhood Days in Chester, Penna.
May 1936
by Edward Nothnagle

This is a small (29-page) book written like a "walking tour" of the city of Chester.  The author was born in 1866 and he covers the city of his boyhood days as well as later in his life.  While there is no great detail given on any one person or place, it is a good reference for those seeking to learn more about the history of Chester, and for genealogists looking to... "put some flesh back on the bones of their ancestors."



Fully Indexed and a biography of the author
by
John A. Bullock III.
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 A
Abbott, George, 1, 15
Abbott, Harry, 1
Abbott, Minnie, 15
Aberfoyle Manufacturing, 17
Academy, The. See Gartside School
Acherman, 14
Allen, Dr. J. M., 9
Alpha Boat Club, 7
American Dyewood Company, 10
American House, 5, 8
Appleby, Thomas, 8
Archbold, 17
Ariel, 19
Ariel - (Steamer), 19
Armour plant, 10
Armour, Steven L., 18
Armour's, 19
Armstrong and McKane, 4
Armstrong, Amor, 13
Armstrong, James C., 5
Armstrong, Robert, 18
Arnold, M., 13
Asbury A.M.E. Church, 7
Atlantic Refining Company, 16
Atlantic Tea Store, 13
Austin, 13
Auter, Bob, 15
B
Bagshaw, W. M., 4
Baker, Chester F., 12
Baker, George, 9, 16
Baker, Percifor, 6
Ball, Mrs., 15
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 17
Band, William, 11
Banker, Dave, 8
Banker, George, 8
Banker, William A., 8
Baptist Church, 16
Barrowclough, Ed, 14
Barton and Baker, 10
Barton, James, 19
Barton, Miss Mary J., 14
Bates, James, 14
Bauer, Benny, 3, 11
Bauer, John, 9
Bauers, Fred, 15
Baxter House, 9
Baxter, Miss Maria, 8
Beacon Light Company, 10, 18
Beacon Light plant, 7
Beale, General Ed., 5
Beatty Axe factory, 7, 19
Beaver, Mrs., 9
Bechtel Building, 4
Bechtel store, 4
Bechtel, A., 13
Bechtel, Anthony, 5
Becky - horse, 14
Bell Telephone Company, 9
Bell, Theodore, 11
Bernard, William, 6
Bickley, M. H., 9
Bickly, Walter S., 19
Biddle, Judge Edward, 8
Biggins, Mike, 18
Black, Crosby M., 20
Black, H. B., 19
Black, John B., 16
Black, Samuel, 12
Blakely, A., 19
Blakely, William, 15
Bland, Joseph, 17
Blitz, Sig, 3
Bloom, H. E., 16
Boone, Captain, 7
Booth, Captain, 10, 14
Boozer, Charlie, 18
Borden, Charles M., 15
Borden, Henry, 11
Bossard Brothers, 5
Bottomly, George, 5
Bottomly, Joseph, 5
Boylen, P., 13
Bradley, Patrick, 19
Bradley's ice cream factory, 16
Bradley's ice house, 1
Bramal, Ed., 14
Branagan and Lamb, 19
Brandies, Ed [Sam], 7
Brandies, Herman, 3, 7, 11
Brandies, Pauline, 7
Brandies, Simon, 3, 11
Bridgeport, (NJ), 19
Brierly, Josh, 3
Briggs, Thomas L., 15
Broadblack, "Scotty", 15
Bromall Street, 10
Brooks, John, 9, 13
Broomall Street, 18
Broomall, J. M., 16
Broomall, John, 11
Brown, Alonzo, 11
Brown, Daniel, 14
Brown, Frank, 14
Brown, Major Daniel, 14
Bryan, William J. (U.S. President), 6
Bullock, 19
Bunting, D. S., 4
Bunting's lumber yard, 4, 6
Butler Street, 17
Buttonwood, 20
Byrams and Emmetts, 19
C
Caldwell, Mrs., 14
Cambridge Hotel, 8
Cambridge Trust, 8, 13
Campbell, Colonel, 4
Campbell, Colonel J. A. G., 8
car shops at Lamokin, 19
Cardwell and Longbotham, 12
Cardwell, James A., 5
Carter, A. B., 13
Carter, Paul B., Esq., 10
Carter, Paul Beck, 8
Central Avenue, 17
Chadwick, R. C., 14
Chester (Steamer), 10
Chester Cambridge Trust Company, 8
Chester Creek, 1, 16, 17
Chester Creek railroad, 17
Chester Dramatic Company, 2
Chester Evening News, 11
Chester Free Library, 3
Chester Light and Heat Company, 9, 18
Chester National, 8, 16
Chester Rolling Mill, 16, 19
Chester Shipping Company, 10, 15
Chester Times, 12, 13
Chester Water Company, 8, 9, 17
Chinese laundry, 6, 9
Chouch, William, 3
Christianna, 20
Christy, James, 14
City Hall, 2, 9, 18
City Hotel, 6, 13
Clark, George, 10
Clark, William, 17
Claymot [Claymont?], 20
Clayton Building, 8
Clayton, Caleb, 6
Clayton, Judge Thomas J., 19
Cloud, Orland [Orlando] H., 8, 13
Cloud, Stephen, 13
Clyde, Captain Samuel D., 9
Clyde, Louis, 9
Clyde, T. [J.] Edward, 9
Cochran Hall Building, 8
Cochran, A. A., 8
Cochran, General H. Clay, 8
Cody, William F. Cody, "Buffalo Bill", 2
Cohen's jewelry store, 8
Colonade Hotel, 13
Colonial Building, 6
Columbia (steamer), 19
Columbia Hotel, 8
Commission Row, 15
Concord Avenue, 2, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20
Conlly, M., 15
Conowingo plant, 18
Consumers Ice, 10
Conwells, 16
Copple, John, 11
Copple, Mrs. Henry, 11
Corson, David, 16
Coulters, Tom, 4
Court House, 2, 11
Cox, Miller, 16
Cross, Dr. George, 12
Cross, Dr. George D., 13
Cross, George, 13
Cross, Miss M. A., 13
Crozier Building, 9, 12
Crozier, S. A., 19
Crumble, Thomas J., 4
Cullin, Ed, 15
Cullis, Harvey, 19
Cullis, Henry F., 19
D
Darby, 20
Davis, H. B., 14, 16
Deakyne, Harry, 10
Declaration of Independence, 9
Deering, Mrs., 15
DeHart, Charles, 11
Delaware County Chamber of Commerce, 18
Delaware County National Bank, 11, 16
Delaware County Republican, 10
Delaware County Trust Company, 8, 9
Delaware house, 14
Delaware River, 6, 18
Delaware River Iron Shipbuilding and Engine Works, 17
Dempster, 14
Denis, 19
Dennis, Geoffry, 9
Dennis, James, 18
Depew, Charles, 11
Derrickson, P. P., 5
Deshong home, 8
Deshong, Alfred, 18
Deshong, John O., 18
Diamond Dick, 7
Diamond Row, 10
Dickinson, O. B., 19
Dickson, William G., 12
Dierold, George, 18
Dixon, John, 9
Dock Street, 1, 13, 15, 16
Dolton, William Jr., 12
Dolton, William Sr., 15
Donaldson, Harry, 9
Donath, August, 8
Dougherty, John, 13
Doyle, Mrs., 14
Dreifus, H., 3, 13
Droveyard Hotel, 18
Dubhorn, C. A., 11
Dunn, Edgar, 14
Dunn, Thomas C., 14
Durham, Bill, 11
Dutton and Anderson, 8, 15
Dutton, Charles, 12
Dutton, Samuel, 12
Dyer, John, 9
E
Eddystone, 10
Edgmont Avenue, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 11, 12, 13, 15, 17, 18, 20
Edgmont Hotel, 6
Edgmont Pier, 10
Edward Street, 4
Eighth Street, 4
Eisenbise & Brothers, roofers, 4
Eleventh Street, 2
Elks Building, 8
Ellis, William H., 8
Entwestle, John L., 13
Errickson Line, 19
Esrey, D. Reece, 12
Esrey, Shaw and, 17
Essington, 10
Evening News Building, 8
Ewing, Moses M., 19
explosion of pyrotechnic plant, 7
Eyre house, 17
Eyre School, 17
Eyre, Cale, 18
Eyre, George, 5, 20
Eyre, J. P., 17
Eyre, Joshua P., 12
Eyre, W. P., 4
Eyre, William, 6
F
Fahey, M. B., 4
Fairlamb, Horace W., 12
Fairlamb, N. W., 12
Fall River Line, 17
farmers' market (old), 11
Farragut, 7
Fennel, William, 11
Fielding, John, 6
Fielding, John B., 4
Fifteenth Street, 12
Fifth Street, 1, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12, 18, 20
Finegan, T. D., 8
First Baptist Church, 3, 9
First Methodist Church in Chester, 7
First National Bank, 11, 16
Fish Town, 17
Fisher, T. D., 14
Flaville, Mrs., 15
Flaville, William Henry, 12
Flickwirs, 16
Flower street, 20
Ford store, 14
Ford, William H., 14
Forty Acres, 17
Forwood, Dr. J. L., 13, 16
Forwood, John, 13
Forwood, Jonathan L, 13
Forwood, Mayor, 13
Forwood, Robert, 13
Forwood, William, 13
Fosson, Van, 15
Fourteenth Street, 17
Fourth Street, 5, 7, 11, 12, 16, 19, 20
Fowden, William T., 14
Franklin Fire Company, 14
Franklin House Hotel, 15
Franklin School, 14
Franklin Street, 1, 2
Frick, Colonel William, 16
Fricker, Jacob, 10, 13
Frick's yard, 17
Friends burying grounds, 5
Frog Pound, 17
Front Street, 10, 15, 16, 17
Front Street Bridge, 15
Fryer, James, 15
Fryer, James B., 13
Fulton Street, 8, 14, 16
Furlong, Simon, 2, 12
G
G.A.R., 9, 11
Gallagher, Lewis, 12
Gallagher, Mrs., 12
Gardners, 9
Garrett, Joseph L., 15
Garrett, Postmaster J. Lentz, 8
Garretts, 8
Gartride, Benjamin, 12
Gartside School, 16
Gartside, Amos, 16
Gartside, Benjamin, 16, 17, 19
Gartside, James, 16
Gartside, John, 16, 19
Gartside, Robert, 16
gas plant, 7
Gavet, Lou, 15
Geary, A. B., 19
Genther, John, 8
Genthers, John, 11
Gerstleys, 3, 11
Gibbs, William, 20
Goff, Harry, 15
Goff, Harry L., 10
Goff, J. E., 13
Goff, John, 10
Golden Eagles, 12
Goldie and St. Claire, 2
Gooltz Hotel, 5
Gorsuch, Charles, 5
Gottschalk, Julius, 3
Government Pier, 6
Graham Street, 6, 10
Graham, Walter H., 5
Grand Army, 14, 18
Granger, Albert R., 18
Grant, General U. S.(U.S. President), 5
Gray site, 12
Gray, Colonel, 16
Gray, Dr., 12
Green's brass foundry, 19
Greens Brass Works, 8
Green's market, 8
Greenwood, S., 9
Griffin, John, 17
Grounsel blacksmith shop, 13
Grounsel, John, 1
Grundy, John, 8, 12
H
Haas, Conrad, 12
Haas, Louis, 13
Haas, Seb, 15
Haas, Sebastian, 10
Hall, Robert, 14
Hall, Samuel, 11
Hall, Thomas C., 18
Halls, 19
Hammond, Mrs. S., 4
Hampton's furniture store, 11
Hanby's wharf, 15
Hanley Steamer, 7
Hannum, John B., 19
Happh Valley, 17
Hard, Miss Laura, 19
Hargreaves Circus, 19
Hargreaves Opera House, 3
Harkins, John, 8
Harpel, Harry, 16
Harper, A., 13
Harrison Brothers, 13
Harrison, John, 17
Hart, Job, 12
Harvey, Dr. Ellwood, 16
Harvey, Ellwood, 17
Harvey, James, 8
Harvey, Orlando B., Esq., 16
Harvey, William B., Esq., 17
Hathaway, Hiram, 8
Hatton House, 4
Hatton, Hugh, 3
Hatton, Matt, 5
Hayes Street, 19
Hayes, R. B. – (U.S. President), 17
Headley, Alfred, 9
Headly and Mahon, 8
Headly Storage Company, 9
Headly, William, 8
Heinrich, 10
Henderson, R. H., 13
Hendricks, Daniel G., 13
Herman, the Great, 3
Hetzels, 19
Hibbert, John, 19
High School, 18, 19
Highland Avenue, 16
Hinkson and Smedly, 9
Hinkson, Henry C. [M.], 13
Hinkson, J. C., 8
Hinkson, John, Esq., 19
Hinkson, Joseph H., 8
Hinkson, Judge, 13
Hinksons' tan yard, 1
Hirst, J., 15
Hoey's, 15
Hoffman. S. V., 16
Holly Tree Hall, 3, 19
Holt, A., 11
Hopkins store, 13
Hopkins, D., 13
Horworth [Howarth], Robert, 12
Horworth [Howarth], William, 12
Hoskins School Building, 7
Household Sewing Machine Company, 13
Howard, John D., 8
Howe property, 12
Howe, Mr., 5
Howell Street, 18
Huggins, Ed., 14
Hunter, George, 20
Hunter, H. C., 7, 12
Hyland, Norman, 13
I
I.O.R.M., 3
Idylls of the Old South Ward, 14
Immaculate Heart (Church), 17
Imschweiler, Ray F., 12
Imsweiler, Roy W. = Imschweiler, Ray F., 12
Indian Queen Hotel, 9
Ingram, Valentine, 4
Irving & Leiper, 19
Irving, James, 19
Italian Catholic Church, 14
J
Jackson, Prof., 7
James, Carlton Y., 12
James, Eber, 12, 15
James, Levi, 6
Jay, A., 12
Jeanes, Annie, 13
Jeanes, Ella, 13
Jeanes, J., 4
Jeffery, William, 12
Jersey Blue – (steamer), 19
John L. Warner - (Steamer), 19
John Lilley and Sons mill, 17
Johnson, D. M., Esq., 19
Johnson, Dr. W. W., 16
Johnson, Harrison, 15, 16
Johnson, Judge Isaac, 15
Johnson, Mrs., 14
Johnson, Robert, 8
Jones, Edmund, 19
Jones, Edward, 11
Jones, James, 11
Jordan, Mrs., 15
K
Kay, Samuel E., 15
Kelly, Ed., 11
Kelly, Pat, 4
Kennedy, John J., 2
Kennedy, Lillian, 2
Kentucky Jeans, 12
Keokik Mills, 17
Kerlin farm house, 15
Kerlin Street, 16, 18
Kerlin, John H., 14
Kershaw, Jonathan, 9
Kershaw, William, 14
Kershaw's, 2
King, John, 4
Klotz, Paul, 6
Knecht, 5
Knott, R. J., 5
L
Ladomus block, 1, 13
Ladonus, Joseph H., 11, 15
Lafayette Hotel, 6, 15
Lamb, William S., 13
Lamokin - (Steamer), 6, 10
Lamokin Street, 17
Lamokin Woods, 17
Lamplogh's wharf, 15
Lancaster, Joseph, 11
Lane, B. D., 12
Lane, Tom, 16
Larkin School, 4
Larkin, John, 19
Larkin, Nathan, 4
Law Building, 9
Lear, "Chatt", 18
Lears, William P., 6
Leatherbury, D., 4
Ledger, S., 18
Ledward, J. DeHaven, 9
Ledwards, 19
Lees, Thomas, 9
Leiper and Irving's mill, 17
Leiper, Captain Thomas I., 16
Leiperville, 20
Lenny, Charles, 11
Lewis, J. W., 19
Lewis, William, 17
library, 18
Lighting - (stallion), 16
Lilleys, 19
Lillie, Major Gordon W., 19
Lincoln, 19
Lindsay, George R., 19
Lindsey, John, 12
Litzenburg, Colonel, 18
Live and Let Live Hotel, 3
Lloyd Street, 18
Lloyd, Miss Amanda, 15
Lodomus, Lewis, 12
Logan, Samuel, 12
Long, Fred H., 13
Longbotham, Charles, 11
Longbotham, James, 1
Longbotham, Squire John, 1
Longhead, Dr. Ray, 15
Longhead, Mrs. H., 13
Lowenstein, Aaron, 3
Lucifer - (Stallion), 16
Luckie, Dr. S. B., 4
Lukens Brothers, 4
Lyons, Edward, 8
Lyons, Samuel, 9
Lytle, Thomas C., 7, 10
Lytle, Walter, 17
M
Madison Street, 4
Magin, James, 5
Magowan, Joseph, 17
Mahon, George, 8
Major Reybold - (Steamer), 19
Man O War, 14
Marcus Hook, 20
Market Place, 12
Market Square, 9
Market Street, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 20
Market Street Pier, 10
Marlor, Robert, 15
Martin, Mrs., 9
Mary Street, 14, 15
Mason, "Mom" ", 6
Mathis, Charles J., 13
May, Solomon, 3
McAnn, Thomas, 8
McBridge, Roger, 14
McCabe, John, 13
McCaffery, Hugh, 5, 8
McCall, George B., 18
McClay, James, 6
McClellan, 13
McClennhan, Ellis, 11
McClure, Senator J. J., 6, 17
McCoys, 8
McCrory Company, 5
McDade, James, 6
McDonough, Hugh, 14
McDonough, John E., 14
McNeal, Mrs., 10
Media, 18
Mendenhall and Johnson, 15
Mendenhall, Aaron, 16
Mercer, Dr. R. P., 13, 14
Messick, Joseph, 5, 13
Methodist Cemetery, 4
Methodist Church on Fifth Street, 1, 3
Miller Brothers, 11
Miller Drug Store, 5
Miller, Joseph, 9
Miller, Lewis, 14
Miller, Richard, 12
Mills, Joseph, 17
Mingen, William, 11
Minshall's, 11
Mirkil, I. H., Esq., 8
Mirkil, Isiah H., 10
Mitchell, J. A., 13
Mitchell, Nannie T., 14
Montezuma House, 4
Moore, Thomas, 15
Morgan, Jessie, 14
Morgan, John A., 12
Morgan, Wesley R, 14
Morrell, Charles, 12
Morris, Benjamin, 13
Morris, Benn, 11
Morris, Captain Henry, 10
Morris, Captain John, 7
Morris, Charles, 7
Morrison, Mrs. Susan, 9
Morrison's, 2
Morrow, Mrs., 14
Morton and Black's, 17
Morton Avenue, 17, 20
Morton, John, 3, 9
Mottershead, 4
Muir, John, 15
Mundy, Peter, 5, 11
Munroe, Dr. William, 9
Munroe, George, 8
Murtaugh, M., 14
Myer Building, 13
Myers, Benjamin, 13
N
National Hall, 2, 6, 15
New Chester Water Company, 8, 17
Newill, Robert, 14
Ninth Street, 2, 3, 4, 12, 17, 18
Noden, James, 10
Nolan, John, 4
Nolan, Pat, 4
Nolan, Pete, 4
Norristown, 11
Norton, Thomas, 17
Nothnagle, C. A., 15
Nothnagle, Charles A., 14
Nothnagle, Dr. F. R., 15
Nothnagle, William, 11
Nugent, 10
Nusbaum, B., 3
Nusbaum, Benjamin, 13
O
O'Donnell, Ed., 4
Ogelsby's Minstrels, 2
Oglesby, Bill, 20
O'Hara, Harry, 18
Old Opera House, 19
Oliver, Edward J., 8
O'neal girls, 4
Ott house, 5
Ott, Harry, 11
Ott, Henry, 12
Owens, Dr., 6
Owens, William, 19
P
P. & R. Railroad, 10, 16
P. B. & W. R. R., 5
P. W. & B. R. R., 18
P. W. & R. R. R., 18
P.M.A., 7, 19
P.M.C., 7
Paiste, D. P., 9
Palmer Brothers, 5
Palmer, Harry, 18
Palmer, Henry, 11
Pancoast, Thomas, 11
Parker Street, 17
Parker, William, 17
Paterson Mills, 16
Patterson, 19
Paul, Jack, 20
Paul, William, 20
Pawnee Bill show, 19
Paxson, Frank C., 8
Peirce, "Soap", 20
Pendergast Brothers, 15
Pendleton, Garnett N., 19
Penn Club, 8
Penn Steel Seaboard Steel Plant, 17
Penn Street, 2, 3, 6, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
Pennell property, 6
Pennell Street, 18
Pennell, C. D., 14
Pennell, Edward, 17
Pennell, Edwin [Edmund], 14
Pennell, Elmer N., 4
Pennell, Jonathan, 6
Pennell, Nathan, 17
Pennell's farm, 18
Pennsylvania Hotel, 8
Pennsylvania liquor store, 11
Pennsylvania National Bank, 11
Peoples, A. N., 12, 14
Perkin's farm, 18
Petit, William, 14
Philadelphia Electric Company, 14, 18
Philadelphia Electric Light Company, 9
Pierce, William, 14
Pike, two maiden ladies, 10
Plank road, 20
Playford, 20
Polsy's drug store, 16
Porter, Admiral, 7
Post Office, 9, 11
Post road, 20
Post Wilde #25 G.A.R., 9
Poster, Rev. Charles, 19
Potter's Field, 7
Powell, Prof. F.E., 19
Powell, Saul, 8
Powhatton, 17
Practical Farmer, 20
Presbyterian Church, 7
Preston Ice Company, 12
Preston Lake, 12
Price brickyard, 18
Price, Colonel Samuel C., 8
Prospect, 20
Providence Avenue, 17, 20
Provost, William Jr., 10, 15
Pullen, Jesse, 17
Purnsly, Hannah, 7
Pusey Street, 18
Pyle, "Birdie", 19
Pywell, J., 4
Pywell, Jacob, 5
Pywell, Miss Sallie, 5
Q
Quaker Cemetery, 5
Quaker Meeting Home, 11
Quinn, D., 8
Quinn, Mrs., 4
R
Rambo, Dad, 6
Randle and Dutton, 15
Rawnsley, S., 4
Reaney Sons, 17
Reaney, William, 16, 18
Reaney's railroad, 18
Reaney's shipyard, 17
Reiker, Fred, 10
Republic - (Steamer), 19
Reynolds, candy store, 5
Rhoads, William, 6
Rhoads, William P., 15
Rhodes', 2
Richard Stockton - (Steamer), 19
Riddle, Samuel, 14
Ridley Creek, 20
Riley, Benjamin F., 5
Riley, H. J., 18
Riverside - (Steamer), 10
Riverside plant, 18
Roaches Ship Yard, 9
Roach's Shipyard, 17, 19
Roberts, Charles, 19
Robinson, Isaac, 14
Rockenbacks, 18
Rodgers, Miss Laura E., 5
Rodgers, Mrs. E., 5
Rohrer and Mingen, 11
Roses brick yard, 17
Ross, John, 10
Ross, Josiah, 17
Ross, R. E., 4
Roth, Frank, 14
Rulon residence, 5
Rumford, Mrs. S. H., 9
Rumford, Wash, 14
S
Samuel M. Felton - (Steamer), 19
Sanovitz, Louis, 15
Sanville, John, 17
Saratoga - (Steamer), 19
Schaffer, Judge W. I., 7
Schlankas', 2
Schmeltzer, Louis, 10
Schmerber, Ed., 5
Schmidt Brothers, 4
Schmidt, Henry, 4
Schurman, 9
Schuylkill, 20
Scott, Thomas and sisters, 4
Scott, William, 17
Second Street, 6, 7, 8, 10, 14, 15, 16, 18
Second Street Bridge, 1, 15, 16
Seider's Hotel, 17
Seventh Street, 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, 16, 17
Shanafelt, J. N., 19
Shanafelt, Rev. A. M., 16
Sharpless, John, 10
Shaw and Esrey, 19. See Esrey, Shaw and
Shaw, John, 13
Shingles, Isaac, 6
Shober Building, 9
Shott, Paul, 15
Siders, Edward, 16
Silver Speech, 6
Silvers Store, 12
Simmonds, Charles, 12
Simmons, Captain, 7
Singer Manufacturing Company, 13
Sixth Street, 2, 5, 6, 8
Slack, J. M., 15
Slawter, Lewis, 14
Smith and Keel, 15
Smith, Harry, 13
Smith, Phil, 13
Smith, William, 16
Snyder, D., 15
South Ward Water Company, 17
Sparks, Hudson, 15
Speakman and Coates, 17
Speare store, 4
Spencer, John, 5
Spencer, R. Chester, 5
Spencer, T. [R] Chester Spencer, 12
Spencers stationery store, 8
Sproul Street, 5
St. Anthony (school), 17
St. Michael's Church, 4
St. Michael's School, 3
St. Paul's burying ground, 7
St. Paul's Church, 9
Stacy, 11
Stanfield, Joseph, 11
Stanley Theatre, 6
State Theatre, 3
States, George, 18
States, J. W., 16
Steamboat Hotel, 10
Stevenson, Jeremiah, 14
Stevenson, Jerry, 18
Stewart, Father Peter, 18
Stewart, James G., 18
Stewart, John, 6
Stirleth, John, 6
Stoever, J. M., 15, 17
Stokely, Mrs. S., 14
Stokesbury, 19
Story, Charles, 8, 9
Story, Charles A., 5
Strauss, 3, 11
Sun Shipyard, 17
Swan Hotel, 11
Sweeney, Prof. John R., 19
Swift, 19
Swift and Company, 10
T
Taggert - (Steamer), 15
Taylor Brothers (carriage factory), 8
Taylor, Fred P., 18
Taylor, H. B., 16
Taylor, Hosea B., 18
Taylor, Mrs., 12
Taylor, William, 16
Temple, Horace, 8
Tenth Street, 3, 12
Thayer, Dr., 18
Third, 2
Third Street, 1, 2, 5, 6, 11, 13, 14, 17, 18, 20
Thomas D. Clyde - (Steamer), 19
Thompson, 20
Thompson, C. L., 4
Thompson, Daniel, 8
Thompson, William P., 5
Thumb, General Tom, 2
Thurlow, 10
Times Building, 11
Times Publishing Company, 19
Tinder Box row, 12
Todd, William, 8, 11
Todds, 19
Topack and Steel, 2
Torpey, Francis C., 13
Torpey, Frank, 12
Trapnel, George F., 19
Trinity M. E. Church, 17
Troth, Oliver, 8
Trout, William, 12
Tuscarora Hall, 3
Twentieth Street, 17
Twilight - (Steamer), 19
Tyson, Aaron, 9
U
Uhlenbuck, Anton, 16
Ulhenbrock, A., 9
Ulrich Street, 18
Ulrich, Dr. Samuel [Wm. B.], 4
Ulrich, Squire, 17
Ulrich, Squire S., 15
Union A.M.E. Church, 7
Union Hotel, 15
United Cigar Company, 8
United States Post Office, 6
Upland, 16
Upland Street, 4
Urian, "Dell", 14
Urian, Adelbert C., 14
V
Volkart Brothers, 12
volunteer fire companies, 4
W
Wallis, John, 9
Walters, Y. S., 10, 11
Ward, Hon. William, 13
Ward, John B., 14
Ward, Mayor William, 8, 14
Ward, William, 14
Washabaugh, Colonel P. M., 19
Washington House, 1, 7, 9, 20
Washington Picture House, 9
Washington, George (U.S. President), 9
Waterville, 10
Watson, Thomas, 8
Weaver, George, 11
Weaver, Samuel L., 4
Weidner, C., 7
Weidners, 6
Wells, George, 14
Wells, Samuel, 11
Welser, Benjamin C., 14
Welsh Street, 7, 8, 9, 17
Wetherell, John, 19
Wetherell's Machine Shop, 19
Wetherill, Robert, 4, 16
Wheaton, Andrew, 4
Whelan Drug Company, 8
White Horse, 20
Whitehead, 4
Whitehead, A., 12
Whittam, John, 12
Wilde, Isaac, 9
Wilde, John, 6, 9
Wilkie, Joseph, 6
Williams, Brown, 2
Williams, Charles, 7
Williams, William H., 5
Williamson, John H., 12, 13
Williamson, T. S., 13
Williamson, Theodore S., 13
Wilson, C. Banks, 14
Wilson, Davy, 9, 15
Wilson, G. B., 2
Wilson, Mrs., 20
Wilson's, 14
Wolfe Paper Company, 6
Wolfe, Isaah, 15
Wood, George A., 15
Wood, John (butcher), 11
Wood, John (shoes), 15
Woodbridge, J. E., 17
World's War, 18
Wright, Alex., 12
Wrigley, Wright, 14
Wunderlich, Albert H., 1
Wunderlich, Emma, 1
Wunderlich, George, 1, 9, 11
Wunderlich, John, 1
Wycoff, Mrs., 4
Wyman, Prof., 3
Y
Y.M.C.A., 6, 12
Yarnall, Captain Jerome N., 19
Young America Pier, 17
Young Woods, 19
Young, Dr., 17
Young, Mrs., 4
Z
Zook, H. M., 12


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