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Identifier: ourphiladelphia00penn
Title: Our Philadelphia
Year: 1914 (1910s)
Authors: Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936 Pennell, Joseph, 1857-1926
Subjects: Pennell, Elizabeth Robins, 1855-1936 Lithography, American
Publisher: Philadelphia and London : J. B. Lippincott Co.
Contributing Library: The Library of Congress
Digitizing Sponsor: Sloan Foundation

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r of things that could open the big new departmentstores into ^Market Street and make it the rival of Chestnutas a shopping centre, or that could send other stores up towhere stores had never ventured in my day: stores inWalnut Street as high as Eighteenth, a milliners inLocust Street almost under the shadow of St. Marks, astock-broker at the corner of Fifteenth and Walnut,Hughes and Miiller—I need tell no Philadelphian whoHughes and Miiller are even if they have unkindly madetwo firms of the old one—within a stones throw of Dr.Weir Mitchells house; when I saw that I felt that sacri-lege could go no further. For sentiments sake, I might eat my plate of ice-cream at the old little marble-topped table in the oldLocust Street gloom at Sautters, or buy cake at Dextersat the old corner in Spruce Street, but Mrs. Burns with herice-cream, Jones with his fried oysters, had vanished, goneaway in the Ewigkeit as irrevocably as Hans BreitmannsBarty or the snows of yester-year. And Wyeths and

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WANAMAKERS AFTER A QUARTER OF A CENTURY 459 Hubbells masqueraded under other names, and Shinn,from whom we used to buy our medicines, was dead, and thenew firm sold cigars with their ice-cream sodas, and myPhiladelphia was stuffed with saw-dust. Not a theatre was as I had left it, new ones I hadnever heard of drawing the people who used to crowd theChestnut, which has rung down its curtain on the last actof its last play even as I write; the Arch, given over now,alas! to the Movies and the Movies threaten theend of the drama not onh^ at the Arch but at all theatresforever; well-patronized houses flourishing in North BroadStreet; the staid Academy of Music thrown into theshadow by its giddy prosperous upstart of a rival up-town. Vanished were old landmarks for which I confidentlylooked—the United States Mint from Chestnut Street;from Broad and Walnut the old yellow Dundas Housewith the garden and the magnolia for whose blossomingI had once eagerly watched with the coming of spring;fr

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Image from page 212 of “Murmurmontis: [Yearbook] 1918” (1918)
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Identifier: murmurmontisyear14west
Title: Murmurmontis: [Yearbook] 1918
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: West Virginia Wesleyan College
Subjects: West Virginia Wesleyan College — Yearbooks
Publisher: West Virginia Wesleyan College
Contributing Library: West Virginia Wesleyan College, Annie Merner Pfeiffer Library
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all before our team. 9. We lose 6-5. 10. Windy Ross whistles atsociety and breaks themonotony. 11. Boars Xest turns out forchurch. 12. We beat W. V. U. 5-2before a large crowd ontheir own b a c k lot.Tommy sees the gameand tells the fellows In iwmuch be thinks of them. 13. Doc. King introduces acourse in poultry in theEnglish Department. 14. Some said there wasprayer meeting tonightbut we are too busy. 15. Seniors are working onexams. 16. M. A. Workman takes the oration contest. The orations were better thanusual. 17. Exams, are over. Declamation contest well attended. 18. The commencement crowd has arrived. Fine sermons and large crowds. 19. Everyone is renewing old acquaintances and making new ones. 20. Prexy is formally initiated into his office. We are proud of him in moreways than one. 21. Tommy gets his sheepskin along with the rest. In the evening JuliusCaesar is cruelly stabbed bringing commencement day to a close. 22. We are all going home. Goodbye till fal. two hundred seven

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September. 12.13. 14.15. 16.17.18.19.20. 21. 22. 23.24. 25. 26. 27.28.29.30. New students arrive. The early bird gets the worm. More new ones and the old ones all here. ( )pen house at the Hall. Last day of enrollment. A rush at treasurers office. Ladies entertain atthe Hall again. Dr. Fleming introduces new teachers. Howdy girls and boys. Fatsshaves off mustache. New students are homesick. Tschappat tells T. W. that he lost his civili-zation papers and forgot how to spell his name. Signal practice. Guyan leaves for Georgia Tech. Students increase Sunday school enrollment. Schemers at it early. Term reception. Sone one swipes the cider and forgot to return the keg. First scrimmage. Talkington is back for a visit. Greasy arrives and takes charge of the squad. Get this. Heck and ISlakecall each other Sin twisters. Lots more too. Zum. and the bunch takeHaynes Snipe hunting. Players showing class for the D. & E. game. Xo practice of note. Hall turns out in force at the movies. Huff, K

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