2 edition of Names and location of all the streets, lanes, courts, alleys, &c. of the City of Philadelphia found in the catalog.
Names and location of all the streets, lanes, courts, alleys, &c. of the City of Philadelphia
Langenheim and Co.
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Written in English
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Plan of Lancaster City; a correct survey of the whole; representing all the streets, lots, roads, lanes, alleys, water courses, extension of water mains & their several calibres, plugs, stop cocks, & beautiful views of the city. Contributor Names Reigart, J. Franklin (John Franklin), Philadelphia is a city of vibrant neighborhoods bordered by a region of charming towns, with each area owning a distinctive personality. Explore the neighborhoods and towns in and around Philadelphia — their storied streets, interesting attractions, buzzed-about restaurants and year-round happenings.
Philadelphia City Hall is the city hall of the City of Philadelphia, serves as the seat of the municipal government of the City of Philadelphia, housing the chambers of the Philadelphia City Council and the offices of the Mayor of Philadelphia. It is also a courthouse, serving as the seat of the First Judicial District of Pennsylvania, and houses the Civil Trial and Orphans Architect: John McArthur, Jr., Thomas U. Walter. Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range; Advanced Search.
An alley or alleyway is a narrow lane, path, or passageway, often reserved for pedestrians, which usually runs between, behind, or within buildings in the older parts of towns and is also a rear access or service road (), or a path or walk in a park or garden.A covered alley or passageway, often with shops, may be called an origin of the word alley is late Middle English. Arms By order of His Excellency Sir William Howe, K. B. General and Commander in Chief, &c. &c. &c. Proclamation Whereas the cart ways of the several paved streets, lanes, and alleys within the city of Philadelphia and its suburbs are much. Philadelphia,
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An ordinance to change the names of certain streets, lanes, courts, alleys, &c., in the city of Philadelphia Published: () The official street directory for the city of Philadelphia: showing the location of all the streets, avenues, alleys, courts, by-places, and the wards with their limits and boundaries Author: Hartranft, Rufus C.
Published: (). McElroy's Philadelphia City Directory, for Containing the Names of the Inhabitants of the Consolidated City, Their Occupations, Places of Streets, Lanes, Alleys, the City Offices, Pu [Co, A.
McElroy and] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : A. McElroy and Co. Philadelphia Information Locator Service Philadelphia Neighborhoods and Place Names In andthe Library Company of Philadelphia published the Philadelphia Almanac and Citizens' Manual which was edited by Kenneth Finkel.
The edition of this book contained different names of various neighborhoods throughout the city of Philadelphia from the earliest days of Swedish. We would be remiss if we didn’t include Elfreth’s Alley, the nation's oldest continually inhabited street, on this list. Located off the bustling streets in Old City, a quick short stroll down the alley is a refreshing break and is one of the best ways to imagine what this city was like in the beginning.
Internet Archive BookReader The Baltimore directory for : containing the names of the inhabitants, their places of business and dwelling houses, the City register, directions for finding the streets, lanes, alleys, wharves, &c.
with much other useful (). Southwest Philadelphia (formerly Kingsessing Township) is a section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that can be described as extending from the western side of the Schuylkill River to the city line, with the northern border defined by the Philadelphia City Planning Commission as east from the city line along Baltimore Avenue moving south along 51st Street to Springfield Ave.
It follows the train tracks until. Full text of "A record of the streets, alleys, places, etc., in the city of Boston [microform]: complied under the direction of the Street Commissioners and printed by order of the City Council, with an appendix containing a description of the boundary line of the city and also a description of the changes which have been made in it by annexations, etc., from the date of the settlement of the.
The Philadelphia Streets Department announces a new program for accepting applications for installation of Small Cell & Distributed Antenna System (DAS) Wireless Facilities on poles in the public Right of Way.
> Streets defects come in a variety of shapes and sizes. Accurate reporting can expedite repairs. > The Streets Department has compiled. Philadelphia Alley is a secluded, one-block stretch nestled between Church Street and State Street.
Originally named “Cow Alley” (probably because it was occupied mainly by livestock), Francis Kinloch widened it a bit inand renamed it “Kinloch Court,” as it ran through his property, adjoining Cumberland and Queen Streets.
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As part of our mission, we: Inspect construction projects so. An ordinance to change the names of certain streets, lanes, courts, alleys, &c., in the city of Philadelphia Published: () Alphabetical list of the streets in the city of Philadelphia: giving the location of each street, court, lane and alley in the city Author: Rogerson, A.
Published: (). South Street Old City Cultural District Elfreth’s Alley Northern Liberties Society Hill Jewelers' Row Philadelphia Center City Sleep Inn, Center City Home2 Suites Phila. Center City Courtyard, CENTER CITY MAP PCVB & C.C. Salvatico, GISP, Rev.
8/17 New Hall Military MuseumFile Size: 1MB. Originally named “Cow Alley” then renamed to “Philadelphia Street” and later changed to “Philadelphia Alley.” Originally named Kinloch Court but in changed to Philadelphia by William Johnson who owned much of the property in the vicinity. He had been sent to Philadelphia as a prisoner during Revolutionary War and named the.
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San Francisco street directory and guide: containing the names and locations of all streets, avenues, courtsAuthor: Disturnell William C. An alley or alleyway is a narrow lane, path, or passageway, often reserved for pedestrians, which usually runs between, behind, or within buildings in the older parts of towns and is also a rear access or service road (), or a path, walk, or avenue (French allée) in a park or garden.A covered alley or passageway, often with shops, may be called an arcade.
Welcome to Philadelphia’s Historic District, the birthplace of the nation and the first World Heritage City in the U.S., as designated by the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC).
The Historic District, spanning from the Delaware River to 7th Street and from Vine Street to Lombard Street, is rich in history — after all, this was the. Philadelphia Streets Department Historic Maps and Plans.
Map of improved part of Pensilvania [Pennsylvania] in America, divided into counties, townships and lotts. Creator: Holme, Thomas. A portraiture of the City of Philadelphia in the Province of Pennsylvania. Creator: Holme, Thomas. Portraiture of the City of Philadelphia in the Province of. If brushing up on road trivia is up your alley—that’s a small pathway between buildings, by the way—Edwards provides a good (if slightly dizzying) overview.
ODONYMS ARE ODD. No surprise here: Main Street is one of the most popular street names in the United States. Third and Market, c. Library Company of Pennsylvania.
Street vendors figured in the images included in the book Birch's Views, William Russell Birch’s copperplate engravings of Philadelphia as it was in This view of the southeastern corner of Third and Market hums with the procession of people, animals, and workers among diverse architectural façades.Hunts Lane.
Like its partner, Grace Court Alley, Hunts Lane performed the same function, as a mews that was home to the stables of Remsen and Joralemon Streets, which parallel it to the north and south.
Of the two lanes, Grace Court Alley is in the rather better condition, though Hunts Lane is more idiosyncratic in that it has a slight bend.
A former stable (red brick) in the photo at right. Editor’s Note: This is the first of a two-part series on pedestrian streets. This one focuses on ‘old world’ footways–the alleys and courts of pre-Civil War Philadelphia.
The second, to come later, will focus on the later, planned ‘city beautiful’ pedestrian thoroughfares.