Wednesday, June 17, 2015

page 10 -- A.J. Muzzy & Co., Brown's Grocery House

updated 19 September 2015
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for information on A.J. Muzzy,
see page 71 of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection
Brown's Grocery House has vanished!
Please comment below or email me if you have a clue what happened to it.
Thanks!

423 Chestnut St., basement of  Philadelphia Bank
This is probably the right bank building, though the street number is 421, not 423.
(Google Street View June 2011)
Sunshine Publishing Company windows?
not much sunshine down there, I suspect!
Thanks to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries, you can read a sample of the style of book printed for children in the Victorian era by Sunshine Publishing:
Title:
Sunshine for little children with illustrations by eminent artists
Creator:
A. T. Zeising and Company
Sunshine Publishing Company
Place of Publication:
Philadelphia
Publisher:
A.T. Zeising and Company
Sunshine Publishing Company
Publication Date:

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