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Cephas G. Childs after George Lehman, ''Grays Ferry'', 1830, lithograph. [http://digitallibrary.hsp.org/index.php/Detail/Object/Show/object_id/321 Historical Society of Pennsylvania].
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Inscription: Lehman Fecit/Childs Lithr./GRAYS FERRY./Pubd. by C.G. Childs. Philadelphia

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Cephas G. Childs after George Lehman, Grays Ferry, 1830, lithograph. Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Inscription: Lehman Fecit/Childs Lithr./GRAYS FERRY./Pubd. by C.G. Childs. Philadelphia

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