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From The Philadelphia Record; Saturday, October 23rd, 1937, Page 5.

From The Philadelphia Record; Saturday, October 23rd, 1937, Page 5.

From The Philadelphia Record; Friday, November 18th, 1927, Page 5.

From The Philadelphia Record; Friday, November 18th, 1927, Page 5.

Statue of St. Christopher at his namesake church, 13301 Proctor Road, in the Somerton section of Philadelphia (about 5 minutes away from the border with Bucks County).  St. Christopher is the patron saint of travelers.  Taken March 29th, 2009.

Statue of St. Christopher at his namesake church, 13301 Proctor Road, in the Somerton section of Philadelphia (about 5 minutes away from the border with Bucks County). St. Christopher is the patron saint of travelers. Taken March 29th, 2009.

From The Philadelphia Record; Saturday, June 19th, 1937, Page 11.  The building still stands today.

From The Philadelphia Record; Saturday, June 19th, 1937, Page 11. The building still stands today.

From The Evening Bulletin - Philadelphia; Thursday, October 14th, 1965, Page 4.

From The Evening Bulletin - Philadelphia; Thursday, October 14th, 1965, Page 4.

So it was over the bridge in Camden, but what the hell?  This was an ad from Theater Magazine, December 1919.

So it was over the bridge in Camden, but what the hell? This was an ad from Theater Magazine, December 1919.

Starting at 16th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway (a/k/a "the Parkway"), one block from City Hall, there are the flags of the world.  The display ends at the Art Museum.  This is the Slovak Republic (Slovakia).

Starting at 16th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway (a/k/a "the Parkway"), one block from City Hall, there are the flags of the world. The display ends at the Art Museum. This is the Slovak Republic (Slovakia).

The Evening Bulletin - Philadelphia; Tuesday, April 9th, 1963, Page 4.

The Evening Bulletin - Philadelphia; Tuesday, April 9th, 1963, Page 4.

From The Evening Bulletin - Philadelphia; Thursday, December 22nd, 1910, Page 3.  These are 12 of the 13 firefighters who were killed in the December 21st, 1910 fire at the Friedlander Leather Remnants Factory on the 1100 block of North Bodine Street.  It remains the worst loss of life in Philadelphia Fire Department history to this day.  (Note: Joseph Toner was not one of the victims.)

From The Evening Bulletin - Philadelphia; Thursday, December 22nd, 1910, Page 3. These are 12 of the 13 firefighters who were killed in the December 21st, 1910 fire at the Friedlander Leather Remnants Factory on the 1100 block of North Bodine Street. It remains the worst loss of life in Philadelphia Fire Department history to this day. (Note: Joseph Toner was not one of the victims.)

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