Bank of Pennsylvania, undated

Second St. below Chestnut St., Philadelphia, Pa.

The large white structure features broad steps across the front leading to a pillared porch. There is a cupola. The building sits on a plot of ground with very narrow streets (possibly alleys) to each side. Across the alley to the left stands the City Tavern. To the right is a 3-storey town house with the housewife at her dutch door. There are several adult figures in the scene and a child. In addition, there is also a closed carriage with horse.

Copied from copy in Bement Collection by J. M. K. 1896.

Compare with P.8933.1 (Second Street below Chestnut Street)

Location: Library Company of Philadelphia
call number: P.8933.2 /evans/lcp332.html
updated by BMC July 18, 2000