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From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, August 10th, 2005.  "Shown is the residence of the Leedom family, which was on the west side of Pulaski Avenue near Apsley St."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, August 10th, 2005. "Shown is the residence of the Leedom family, which was on the west side of Pulaski Avenue near Apsley St."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, May 4th, 2005.  "Shown is the John Wyckoff Gibbs house at 400 Walnut Lane, built 1858.  He was a merchant with a store in the city in Market St."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, May 4th, 2005. "Shown is the John Wyckoff Gibbs house at 400 Walnut Lane, built 1858. He was a merchant with a store in the city in Market St."

This is the home of architect and businessman David McMahon, located at 600 East Chelten Avenue in Germantown.  The house was razed for a gas station (!) in 1958.  The lot has gone through many incarnations since then and is presently a Dollar General.

This is the home of architect and businessman David McMahon, located at 600 East Chelten Avenue in Germantown. The house was razed for a gas station (!) in 1958. The lot has gone through many incarnations since then and is presently a Dollar General.

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, September 10th, 2008.  "The Site and Relic Society, predecessor of the Germantown Historical Society, was formed in 1901.  Shown is the Germantown Academy building on School House Lane used for a 1902 exhibit by the society.  Admission was 25 cents."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, September 10th, 2008. "The Site and Relic Society, predecessor of the Germantown Historical Society, was formed in 1901. Shown is the Germantown Academy building on School House Lane used for a 1902 exhibit by the society. Admission was 25 cents."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, June 7, 2006.  "Shown is the Conyers Button house at 143 W. Walnut Lane.  He was the son of the founder of the Germantown Hosiery Mill on E. Walnut Lane.  It is currently the Green Tree School."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, June 7, 2006. "Shown is the Conyers Button house at 143 W. Walnut Lane. He was the son of the founder of the Germantown Hosiery Mill on E. Walnut Lane. It is currently the Green Tree School."

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The PA Academy of the Fine Arts is located at Broad and Cherry Streets.  From The Philadelphia Record Almanac for 1888.

The PA Academy of the Fine Arts is located at Broad and Cherry Streets. From The Philadelphia Record Almanac for 1888.

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, April 16th, 2008.  "This house on the southeast corner of Greene Street and (Walnut) Lane was occupied by Dr. Thomas Moore, a homeopathic physician, in 1881.  Today, it is missing some of the gingerbread decoration."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, April 16th, 2008. "This house on the southeast corner of Greene Street and (Walnut) Lane was occupied by Dr. Thomas Moore, a homeopathic physician, in 1881. Today, it is missing some of the gingerbread decoration."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, November 8th, 2006.  "Shown is the Jellett house at 30 Haines Street.  A man of many interests, Edwin C. Jellett was a horticulturist, photographer and creator of many scrapbooks, including eight on the Wissahickon."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, November 8th, 2006. "Shown is the Jellett house at 30 Haines Street. A man of many interests, Edwin C. Jellett was a horticulturist, photographer and creator of many scrapbooks, including eight on the Wissahickon."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, June 13th, 2007.  "Shown is the home of Robert Thomas, 6109 Germantown Avenue.  He was a schoolmaster, surveyor, notary public and conveyancer.  As a surveyor, he was involved in opening many streets in Germantown."

From the Germantown Courier; Wednesday, June 13th, 2007. "Shown is the home of Robert Thomas, 6109 Germantown Avenue. He was a schoolmaster, surveyor, notary public and conveyancer. As a surveyor, he was involved in opening many streets in Germantown."

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