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Victoria Station, Victoria Street, Westminster, London 1915. See the next door post in my London board for how it's changed (or not changed) in a century.

Victoria Station, Victoria Street, Westminster, London 1915. See the next door post in my London board for how it's changed (or not changed) in a century.

Independence Hall - 1910.  I like this picture.  It shows the old gal enmeshed in a city, rather than set off from the life around it, as it is today.

Independence Hall - 1910. I like this picture. It shows the old gal enmeshed in a city, rather than set off from the life around it, as it is today.

"Ogontz School for Young Ladies' is a prominent educational institution, situated half a mile north of the York Road at the point of the Gate House, and three-quarters of a mile from the station, near which the Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road crosses the turnpike road. Ogontz was at first the name of the private estate of Jay Cooke, Esq., but after his residence was given over to the school the name was appropriated to designate the nearest station of the Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road

"Ogontz School for Young Ladies' is a prominent educational institution, situated half a mile north of the York Road at the point of the Gate House, and three-quarters of a mile from the station, near which the Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road crosses the turnpike road. Ogontz was at first the name of the private estate of Jay Cooke, Esq., but after his residence was given over to the school the name was appropriated to designate the nearest station of the Philadelphia & Reading Rail Road

Philadelphia circa 1910. "Girard Trust Bldg., Broad and Chestnut streets." Flanked by the Morris and West End Trust towers.

Philadelphia circa 1910. "Girard Trust Bldg., Broad and Chestnut streets." Flanked by the Morris and West End Trust towers.

This building in Philadelphia, PA was ground zero for the manufacturing of millions of Stetson hats back during the peak of Stetson's operations.

This building in Philadelphia, PA was ground zero for the manufacturing of millions of Stetson hats back during the peak of Stetson's operations.

Horn & Hardart - Automat at 818-820 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as shown in a postcard (1904)

Horn & Hardart - Automat at 818-820 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as shown in a postcard (1904)

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