2 edition of Philadelphia index, directory for 1823 found in the catalog.
Philadelphia index, directory for 1823
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Continued as McElroy's Philadelphia city directory, ; Gopsill's Philadlphia city directory [/8]; Boyd's Philadelphia city directory, The Philadelphia directory and register for is made up from Whitely's Philadelphia directory forwith a new t.p.
and supplementary list of names and directory of institutions and. The Philadelphia Directory Title varies:, The Philadelphia directory;Macpherson's directory, for the city and suburbs of Philadelphia;,The Philadelphia directory and register;The prospect of /5(2).
Philadelphia city directories are an excellent source for locating information on the city's residents, businesses, and city-wide development. In HSP's library is a complete run of city directories beginning in the late 18th-century and running consistently through This guide contains information on the directories, as well as other published resources on Philadelphia's.
The directories for and were issued as one directory; No directories issued for the yearsinclusive, ; Two separate directories were issued for each of the following years:, ; The Philadelphia directory and register for is made up from Whitely's.
The Philadelphia Index, or Directory, for Containing the names, professions, and residence, of all the heads of families and persons in business of the city and suburbs, with other helpful information.
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and supplementary list of names and directory of institutions and societies (62 p.) : An account book containing daybook entries,of cases brought before William Milnor.
The latter part of volume contains indentures of apprentices and marriage certificates, Papers: In the Gordon Chambers Collection,44 items. He lived at "19 Sansom [Street]." Robert Desilver’s Philadelphia Index, or Directory for lists the same information.
The Philadelphia Directory and Stranger’s Guide [for]however, lists John Buckman as "Gentleman," still living at 19 Sansom Street. By Buckman is no longer listed in the Philadelphia city directories. The Great Book of Philadelphia Sports Lists by Glen Macnow and Big Daddy Graham (): The pair from WIP had another pretty decent book inThe Great Philadelphia Fan Book, but this is newer and more interesting.
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A year earlier, the first two in the country were published in Philadelphia – the first, compiled by Francis White, was initially printed Octoand the second, compiled by John Macpherson (–), was initially printed July 4, – U.S.
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