Image from page 984 of "McElroy's Philadelphia city directory" (1837)
Subjects: Business enterprises
Publisher: Philadelphia : A. McElroy & Co.
Contributing Library: Philadelphia Museum of Art, Library
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Text Appearing Before Image:
Factory, Vine Street, above Twelfth Street, Philadelpliia. THOMAS ARMITAGE. ■ Orders promptly attended to, and at the lowest cash prices. eal €%Mt, Colkclkg aii^tj justness jgent, No. 432 CHESTNUT STREET, BELOW FIFTH,PHILADELPHIA. REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AFB SOLB. HOUSES REIVTED AIVD REJVTS €OIiL.ECTED. Special Contracts will be made for property and rents guaranteed to theowner. Collections made in this city with promptness, and all business requiring theco-operation of an Agent or Agents attended to. All legal instruments accurately and expeditiously drawn, for which, in all cases,moderate charges will be made. A Register kept at my office, in which properties for sale or to let may beentered, which will be advertised free of charge. EDWARD S. HARDY, No. 25 North Fifth Street. JOHN WIECAND, Southwest corner Tenth and Walnut Streets. M. W. BALDWIN, Broad and Hamilton Streets. SAMUEL H. PERKINS, Esq., 627 Walnut Street. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. 27 Old and Extensive Printing Establishment.
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JOHN DUROSS, FORMERLY YOUNC & DUROSS, BLACK HORSE ALLEY, Off the East side of Second Street, between Market and Chestnut Streets, PHILADELPHIA.
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