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John Moran [Attributed to]
[Jacob and George A. Binder lumber yard after the freshet of September 4, 1861]
Library Company of Philadelphia
Accession number: P.8464.25
View showing the wrecked lumberyard at the southeast corner of 6th and Oxford streets destroyed by a flood that developed from a violent thunderstorm of hail. In the foreground, lay several lopsided piles of lumber. In the background, the chemical and pharmaceutical manufactory of Crew, Rogers, and Crew at 1601 North 6th Street stands unscathed next to a destroyed building.
See Daily Evening Bulletin, September 4, 1861, p.3 for description of the flood.