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Thousands of people celebrate the end of the First World War on Broad Street, Philadelphia. November 11, 1918

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History In Pictures ‏ Powers Fitzgerald Georgia In Pics Thousands of people celebrate the end of the First World War on Broad Street, Philadelphia.

Philadelphia's Market Street: 1904  Strawbridge & Clothier Department Store is first two bldgs on right

Philadelphia Streetcars Circa "Market Street from Eighth." City Hall clock tower at the end of the street.

The New York 7th Regiment marching down Broadway before their active duty in the Civil War. Several hundred thousand people cheered them on. New York sent more troops per capita than any other state in the Union to the Civil War. http://wrhstol.com/2ArmMs6

The New York 7th Regiment marching down Broadway before their active duty in the Civil War. Several hundred thousand people cheered them on. New York sent more troops per capita than any other state in the Union to the Civil War. http://wrhstol.com/2ArmMs6

Old Wanamaker's Building | Currently a Macy's department store located on Juniper and Market Streets.  #SEPTA

Old Wanamaker's Building | Currently a Macy's department store located on Juniper and Market Streets. #SEPTA

South Philly neighbors gathered on an early November day in 1967 to watch the beginning of demolition of Moyamen-sing Prison (in the background) at Passyunk Avenue and Reed Street.

South Philly neighbors gathered on an early November day in 1967 to watch the beginning of demolition of Moyamensing Prison (in the background) at Passyunk Avenue and Reed Street.

Connie Mack Stadium, Philadelphia PA

Originally named Shibe Stadium, was the home of the Athletics from 1909 through then the Phillies from 1938 to sharing it with.

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