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1Title:  [Four boys and a man with a dog] Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Film negative showing four boys and a man from the Boys' Parlors Club standing in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. The boy in the center hold an umbrella and two other boys carry a baseball bat and glove. A small, black dog rests between the center boy's legs. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: film negative; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Animals | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Play (Recreation) | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Film negatives | Philadelphia artists

 
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2Title:  [Four boys and a man with a dog, Boys Parlors Camp, Wildwood, NJ]   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Photograph showing four boys and a man from the Boys' Parlors Association standing in front of a group of tents at Wildwood, N.J. The boy in the center holds an umbrella and two other boys carry a baseball bat and glove. A small, black dog rests between the center boy's legs. Founded in 1887, the Boys’ Parlors Association of Germantown served as a safe space for neighborhood children whose parents worked longer hours in an industrializing city. The name changed in 1907 to the Germantown Boys’ Club after joining ranks with the Boys and Girls Clubs of America. Marriott Canby Morris served as the president of the club in the first decade of the 1900s. Wildwood began developing as a coastal resort town in the 1890s, growing dramatically in popularity in the 1950s. The area was incorporated as a city in 1912. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: gelatin silver print; 3 x 4 in. 
 Subjects:  Germantown Boys' Club (Germantown, Philadelphia, Pa.) | Animals | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Play (Recreation) | Tents New Jersey Wildwood | Recreation New Jersey Wildwood | Gelatin silver prints | Philadelphia artists

 
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3Title:  C.R. Stevens, druggist, Main St., Northville, Mich   
 Creator:   
 Publication:  United States], [ca. 1880] 
 Notes:  Series of illustrated trade cards depicting boys and girls building sandcastles and playing near a beached ship and a barefoot woman carrying a young girl through a shallow stream or pond, including a dog and dwelling in the distance. 
 Extent:  2 prints : chromolithographs ; 8 x 11 cm. (3 x 4.25 in.) 
 Subjects:  Stevens, Charles R., b. ca. 1847 | Pharmacists Michigan | Pharmaceutical industry Michigan Northville | Beaches | Children | Dogs | Lifting & carrying | Play (Recreation) | Sandcastles | Ships | Women | Trade cards 1870-1880 | Chromolithographs 1870-1880 | Women

 
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4Title:  [Boy and girl with dog, Sea Girt]   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Film negative showing a boy and a girl playing with a small, bicolor dog on the beach at Sea Girt. The boy wears a tie and short pants with long stockings. He holds a stick with a string attached to the end above the dog, who looks up at the boy expectantly. The girl reaches out for the string and wears a short white dress with a large bow in her hair. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: film negative; 3 x 4.5 in. 
 Subjects:  Animals | Beaches New Jersey Sea Girt | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Girls | Pets | Play (Recreation) | Sea Girt (N.J.) | Film negatives | Philadelphia artists

 
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5Title:  [Elliston Perot Morris Jr. and Marriott Canby Morris Jr. with dog and toy boat, Sea Girt]   
 Creator:  Morris, Marriott Canby, 1863-1948 
 Notes:  Film negative showing four children, including Marriott C. Morris' sons Elliston Perot Morris Jr. and Marriott Canby Morris Jr., sitting in the sand on the beach at Sea Girt. A toy boat rests next to the girl who wears a ruffled white dress and a large bow in her hair. The boy on the left holds a small bicolor dog in his lap and wears a shirt and tie. The Morris brothers wear sailor suits. 
 Extent:  1 photograph: film negative; 3 x 4.5 in. 
 Subjects:  Morris, Elliston Perot, Jr., 1899-1980 Portraits | Morris, Marriott Canby, Jr., 1900-1992 Portraits | Animals | Beaches New Jersey Sea Girt | Children | Dogs | Fashion | Girls | Pets | Play (Recreation) | Sea Girt (N.J.) | Film negatives | Philadelphia artists

 
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6Title:  [B.T. Babbitt's Best trade cards]   
 Creator:  Hatch Lith. Co | Major & Knapp Engraving, Manufacturing & Lithographic Co 
 Publication:  New York, [ca. 1880] 
 Notes:  Title supplied by cataloger. Printers include the Hatch Lith. Co. and Major & Knapp Engraving, Manufacturing & Lithographic Co. Prints contain advertising text on versos for B.T. Babbitt's Best products, including soap, baby soap, medicinal yeast, and laundry powder. Within the illustrations, seven prints depict a box labeled "B.T. Babbitt's 1776 trademark. New York City," and six include the motto, "Soap for all nations. Cleanliness is the scale of civilization." Series of illustrated trade cards for B.T. Babbitt's Best products. Illustrations depict children engaged in various activities, including playing with a dog and a cat, washing laundry, fishing, and painting; children attired in adult Colonial dress with wigs; a boy dressed in a soldier's uniform surrounded by patriotic symbols, including a sword, drum, horn, cannon, cannon balls, and an American flag; boys chivalrously offering girls bars of soap; and vignettes of people from various nations surrounding a bird's eye view of B.T. Babbitt's manufactory complex bounded by Washington, West, Rector, and Morris Streets in New York City. Babbitt was purportedly the first company to manufacture and market soap in individual bars in 1851. 
 Extent:  12 prints : chromolithographs ; 11.5 x 15 cm. (4.75 x 6 in.) or smaller. 
 Subjects:  B. T. Babbitt (Firm) | Cosmetics industry New York (State) New York | Soaps | Children | Play (Recreation) | Costumes | Dogs | Cats | Patriotism | Washington Street (New York, N.Y.) -- 64-84 | West Street (New York, N.Y.) -- 41-51 | Trade cards 1870-1880 | Chromolithographs 1870-1880

 
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7Title:  [H.C. Goodwin, druggist, medicines, chemicals, stationery and fancy goods, 1 Bracewell Block, Dover, New Hampshire]   
 Creator:  J.H. Bufford & Co | Wemple & Kronheim 
 Publication:  United States], [ca. 1880] 
 Notes:  Title supplied by cataloger. Two prints [P.9828.5998 & 5999] form part of Series 52 and printed by Wemple & Kronheim, N.Y. Two prints [P.9828.6005 & 6006] printed by Bufford, Boston & New York. One numbered 760, the other 780. Nine prints [P.9828.6007-6015] copyrighted by Bufford, Boston 1879. Series of illustrated trade cards depicting dogs running through fields, one with a basket in its mouth; a dog barking at a bird in a tree; a girl with a lamb; men fishing from a pier; turkeys; ducks and ducklings in a lily pond; a bird perched on a branch with the card containing the title hanging from its beak; a dog with the card containing the title hanging from its mouth; and children performing a variety of activities, including playing with a toy boat, transporting flowers in a wheelbarrow, scooping out jam from a large container; feeding puppies milk; teaching a dog tricks; playing with dogs and a duck, and feeding a swan. 
 Extent:  18 prints : chromolithographs ; 11.5 x 8 cm. (4.5 x 3 in.) or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Goodwin, Henry C., b. ca. 1846 | Pharmacists New Hampshire Dover | Pharmaceutical industry New Hampshire Dover | Animal feeding | Birds | Children | Dogs | Ducks | Fishing | Flowers | Lily ponds | Play (Recreation) | Sheep | Swans | Turkeys | Trade cards 1870-1880 | Chromolithographs 1870-1880

 
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8Title:  [William B. Dixey trade cards]   
 Creator:  E. Ketterlinus & Co 
 Publication:  Philadelphia], [ca. 1885] 
 Notes:  Printers and engravers include E. Ketterlinus & Co. Eleven prints contain the following advertisement: Agents for Hellyer's Water Closets. Four prints die cut and shaped into decorative fans. Series of illustrated trade cards, including the titles, "Caught!" "Peacemaker," "Eggspectation," "The glorious fourth," "Sleighing," and "A fowl blow," for William B. Dixey's plumbing, gas and steam fitting business at 3826 Market Street in West Philadelphia. Illustrations include Christmas and Independence Day imagery and depict children performing a variety of activities, including picking apples, playing and pulling a Christmas tree in the snow, smelling flowers, acting, and diving. Also includes a man being blown up by a gas explosion, a group of men thrown onto the ice from their horse-drawn sleigh, frogs, ducks, chicks, eggs, flowers, balloons, dogs and cats. 
 Extent:  21 prints : chromolithographs ; 15 x 10 cm. (6 x 4 in.) or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Dixey, William B | Plumbing industry Pennsylvania Philadelphia | Gas-fitting -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Steam-fitting -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia | Apple trees | Cats | Children | Christmas trees | Diving | Dogs | Ducks | Eggs | Flowers | Frogs | Ice | Lakes & ponds | Play (Recreation) | Winter | Trade cards 1880-1890 | Chromolithographs 1880-1890

 
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9Title:  [Mitchell's Drug Store, 208 Girard Avenue, Philadelphia]   
 Creator:   
 Publication:  Philadelphia], [ca. 1882] 
 Notes:  Title supplied by cataloger. Three prints [P.9828.6469-6471] copyrighted 1882 by Geo. M. Hayes. One print [P.9828.6476] copyrighted 1882 by E.B. Duval. Five prints [P.9828.6477-6481] copyrighted by John Straub 1882. Three prints contain advertising text printed on versos. Series of illustrated trade cards depicting sprays of flowers and berries; portraits of infants and a woman wearing a plumed hat looking over her shoulder; a clown holding a fish in one hand and a paper money in the other; a man playing the violin and sitting with his feet propped up; the columns and entablature of a portico or peristyle with a potted plant sitting on a tiled floor; boys with dogs near drapes and decorative columns; a girl holding up a small seashell and standing next to a large conch shell and seagrass; women's hands holding baskets of flowers; a man standing in front of a large sunflower in a tall vase, both labeled with dollar signs, and a dog at the man's feet with sunflower petals wrapped around its head; and beach scenes, including musicians playing on a pier while a man with a fiddle collects money in his hat from people seated on benches; men and women standing on the beach as children play in the sand in the foreground; men gambling with playing cards on the beach unaware that policemen are running toward them; the legs of a person sticking out of a shark's mouth as a group of misfits, including a man with two heads, a very large woman, a skeleton, a giant, and three tiny men, stand on the beach in front of building labeled "museum"; and men in swimsuits tumbling under tall ocean waves. 
 Extent:  19 prints : chromolithographs ; 14 x 8.5 cm. (5.5 x 3.25 in.) or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Mitchell, William H | Pharmacists Pennsylvania Philadelphia | Pharmaceutical industry Pennsylvania Philadelphia | Amusement piers | Architectural decorations & ornaments | Beaches | Berries | Children | Clowns | Columns | Dogs | Falling | Fish | Flowers | Gambling | Human curiosities | Infants | Musical instruments | Oceans | Play (Recreation) | Sharks | Shells (Anatomy) | Sunflowers | Vases | Trade cards 1880-1890 | Chromolithographs 1880-1890 | Women

 
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10Title:  Frank E. Cummings, apothecary, (sign of the Golden Mortar), Clark's Block, Natick, Mass   
 Creator:  J.H. Bufford & Co 
 Publication:  United States], [ca. 1880] 
 Notes:  One print [P.9828.5714] numbered 496 and printed by Bufford, Boston & New York. Two prints [P.9828.5715 & 5716] numbered 306. One print [P.9828.5729] copyrighted by John Gibson 1880. Series of illustrated trade cards depicting sprays of flowers; Santa caught by police trying to enter a dwelling through the chimney; a man hit with a snowball in the head while walking with his son; boys playing with a balloon and a dog; a boy serenading a girl with a guitar; a family admiring the view of mountains and a body of water from a bluff; a man bowing to a woman; three people and a dog facing a wall with their backs to the viewer; heads of infants, two of them crying; birds perched on flowering branches; a man and two boys picking apples in an apple orchard, including a dog, fox and rooster; a man in armor riding on a donkey and pointing to a cityscape in the distance; men fishing from a pier; two children pointing to balloons carried by two men on the street; a family pointing at a man falling down with a drink in his hand as a woman with a broom reaches out to grab him; two boys carrying an unidentified item; a "Good Luck" horseshoe; and a trade card die cut and shaped into a handheld fan depicting a frog and an owl playing a stringed instrument. 
 Extent:  22 prints : 10 chromolithographs, 10 lithographs tinted with two stones, 2 lithographs tinted with one stone ; 8 x 11.5 cm. (3 x 4.5 in.) or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Cummings, Frank E., b. 1839 | Pharmacists Massachusetts Natick | Animals in human situations | Apple orchards | Balloons | Birds | Children | Courtship | Crying | Dogs | Donkeys | Families | Fans (Accessories) | Fishing | Flowers | Foxes | Frogs | Horseshoes | Infants | Intoxication | Owls | Play (Recreation) | Roosters | Santa Claus | Serenading | Snowballs | Stringed instruments | Trade cards 1870-1880 | Chromolithographs 1870-1880 | Lithographs Tinted 1870-1880

 
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11Title:  [Partridge & Richardson trade cards]   
 Creator:  Craig, Finley & Co | Graf Brothers | Sunshine Publishing Company | Wemple & Kronheim 
 Publication:  United States], [ca. 1880] 
 Notes:  Title supplied by cataloger. Four prints [1975.F.660-662 & 665] copyrighted 1881 by Chas. Moritz. Printers and engravers include Graf Brothers (Philadelphia), Sunshine Publishing Company (Philadelphia), Wemple & Kronheim (New York), and Craig, Finley & Co. (Philadelphia). Four prints [1975.F.701-704] signed with the same trademark initials (C.A. or A.C.) and contain French titles, including "Zozor revenant du bain," "Lili pechant la crevette," "Nini prenant sa leçon de natation," and "Petit marin faisant une découverte". Series of illustrated trade cards and caricatures for Artemus Partridge & Thomas D. Richardson's "bee hive" dress trimmings' store at 17, 19 & 21 North Eighth Street in Philadelphia. Illustrations include various series depicting flowers; couples promenading; bust portraits of well-dressed women; children playing and fishing on the beach; frogs and cherubs seated on or near mushrooms holding umbrellas in the rain; and anthropomorphic rabbits jumping rope, one rabbit pulling another on a sleigh with a banner labeled "Rabbit Transit", the sleigh crashing through the ice, and two African American men trying to lure rabbits into a trap. Other imagery includes an anthropomorphic moon smiling down at a boy sitting on the limb of a bare tree with two cats singing from sheet music labeled "Clair de lune"; a portrait of a mother holding her infant; a female cherub picking flowers; a girl picking flowers; a fox standing under a grapevine trellis; three cats in a basket; a girl blindfolding a dog; and a boy fishing in a pond. 
 Extent:  30 prints : chromolithographs ; 8.5 x 13 cm. (3.5 x 5 in.) or smaller. 
 Subjects:  Partridge & Richardson (Philadelphia, Pa.) | Clothing stores Pennsylvania Philadelphia | Dry goods stores Pennsylvania Philadelphia | African American men -- Caricatures and cartoons | Accidents | Baskets | Beaches | Blindfolds | Cats | Children | Clothing & dress | Couples | Courtship | Dogs | Dolls | Doves | Fishing | Flowers | Foxes | Frogs | Ice | Military personnel | Moon | Mothers | Play (Recreation) | Putti | Rabbits | Rain | Rope skipping | Singing | Umbrellas | Walking | Winter | Women | Trade cards 1870-1880 | Chromolithographs 1870-1880 | Women | Afro-Americana

 
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