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Philadelphia from across the Delaware River

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.13Learn more on The Met’s website…

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A Philadelphia Anabaptist Immersion during a Storm

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.20Learn more on The Met’s website…

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The Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.24Learn more on The Met’s website…

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The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia (Copy after an Engraving in The Port Folio Magazine, June 1809)

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.25Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Members of the City Troop and Other Philadelphia Soldiery

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.21Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Fourth of July in Centre Square, Philadelphia

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.22Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Exhibition of Indian Tribal Ceremonies at the Olympic Theater, Philadelphia

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.28Learn more on The Met’s website…

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Centre Square and the Marble Water Works, Philadelphia

Credit: Rogers Fund, 1942Culture: AmericanAccession Number: 42.95.23Learn more on The Met’s website…

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The Bathers (Cézanne)

Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon.The purchase of the painting, while generally praised, was nevertheless questioned by The Philadelphia Record, which noted that 41,000 (or ten percent) of Philadelphia’s residents were without…

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