American Baptist Churches - National Offices, Aerial View
Title:
American Baptist Churches - National Offices, Aerial View
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


Statue of Major General Friedrich William Baron Von Steuben
Title:
Statue of Major General Friedrich William Baron Von Steuben
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1929 May-6



Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Scene of the most severe trials of the American Army during the War. Publishers Circulation Promotion Assn.


Washington Inn
Title:
Washington Inn
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back



Star Redoubt
Title:
Star Redoubt
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back


Knox Bridge
Title:
Knox Bridge
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Real Photo



Waterman Monument
Title:
Waterman Monument
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Greetings from Valley Forge
Title:
Greetings from Valley Forge
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused



Washington Inn
Title:
Washington Inn
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1905 Aug-17


Washington's Marquee
Title:
Washington's Marquee
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-6

Description:
Washington's Marquee and flag as they appeared at Valley Forge, December 1777. This tent was Washington's official headquarters throughout the Revolution and his first headquarters at Valley Forge. The flag is that of the Commander-in-Chief. Their remarkable relics are in the Valley Forge Museum of American History



Interior of the Old School House
Title:
Interior of the Old School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Built by Letitia Penn in 1705. Occupied by the Continental Army as the hospital during the winter of 1777-1778


Rear view of Gen. Washington's Headquarters, showing log house where he dined
Title:
Rear view of Gen. Washington's Headquarters, showing log house where he dined
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back



Washington Inn
Title:
Washington Inn
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back


State Road
Title:
State Road
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Line of Entrenchments Used by Gen. Washington
Title:
Line of Entrenchments Used by Gen. Washington
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Rustic Bridge
Title:
Rustic Bridge
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Interior of Old Camp School House
Title:
Interior of Old Camp School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Erected by Letitia Penn in 1705 and occupied by the Continental Army as a hospital during the winter in 1777-78. Repaired in 1907


Headquarters of Lord Cornwallis
Title:
Headquarters of Lord Cornwallis
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back

Description:
Headquarters of Lord Cornwallis, near Valley Forge. The British armies were at Valley Forge and vicinity in September, 1777, having advanced through this region after the battle of Brandywine. They ransacked the houses and barns of a great quantity of military stores and provisions. Lords Howe and Cornwallis occupied old farm houses near Valley Forge. The Thirty-third Regiment infantry came to America in February, 1776, commanded by Cornwallis, was in nearly all the important engagements and surrendered with Lord Cornwallis at Yorktown on October 19th, 1781



Ruins of Old Gulf Mill
Title:
Ruins of Old Gulf Mill
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back

Description:
Gulf Mill is about one and a half miles from Schuylkill River and about six moles from the village of Valley Forge, on the road to Bryn Mawr. After the Continental Army moved from White Marsh, it crossed the river at Swedesford and camped in the hills around Gulf Mill from December 13th to the 19th, 1777. The old mill dates from 1747


Interior of Old Camp School House
Title:
Interior of Old Camp School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Erected by Letitia Penn in 1705 and occupied by the Continental Army as a hospital during the winter in 1777-78. Repaired in 1907



Washington Inn
Title:
Washington Inn
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Supposed to have been built prior to 1768, owned by the Potts Estate, and occupied by Col. Dewess who built large ovens in the cellar to bake bread for Washington's Army. To the soldiers it was known as the "Bakehouse." Within its walls some of the court martials were held


Old School House
Title:
Old School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM Jul-3



Washington Inn
Title:
Washington Inn
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), White Border unused

Description:
Supposed to have been built prior to 1768, owned by the Potts Estate, and occupied by Col. Dewees who built large ovens in the cellar to bake bread for Washington's Army. To the soldiers it was known as the "Bakehouse." Within its walls some of the court martials were held


Fort Washington
Title:
Fort Washington
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1914 Oct-01



Washington Headquarters
Title:
Washington Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Built prior to 21768, is in the most excellent state pf preservation, and today has the same doors, Windows. Locks, etc. which were here when it was occupied by Washington.


Old School House
Title:
Old School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back PM 1914 Oct-01

Description:
Built in 1705 by Letitia, a daughter of William Penn and used as a hospital by the continental Army Surgeons, during Winter 1777-78.



Interior Of Old Camp School House
Title:
Interior Of Old Camp School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Erected by Leticia Penn in 1705 and occupied by Continental Army as a hospital during the winter in 1777-78. Repaired in 1907


Soldiers Monument
Title:
Soldiers Monument
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Feb-12



Interior Of Old Camp School House
Title:
Interior Of Old Camp School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Erected by Letitia Penn in 1705 and occupied by Continental Army as a hospital during the winter in 1777-78. Repaired in 1907


Washington Memorial Chapel
Title:
Washington Memorial Chapel
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1937



Interior Of Old Camp School House
Title:
Interior Of Old Camp School House
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), White Border PM 1922

Description:
ERECTED BY LETITIA PENN IN 1705 AND OCCUPIED BY THE CONTINENTAL ARMY AS A HOSPITAL DURING THE WINTER 1777-78. REPAIRED IN 1907


Washington Memorial Chapel And Bell Tower
Title:
Washington Memorial Chapel And Bell Tower
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
The chapel was erected in memory of George Washington, a communicant and lay leader of this church, first service was held in 1905. The Bell Tower dedicated in 1953 contains the National Carillon of 56 Bells one for each state and one for the nation and seven small bells, making a full seven octave Carillon.



Washington Memorial Chapel
Title:
Washington Memorial Chapel
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Washington Memorial Chapel Founded by the Rev. W. Herbert Burk, D. D. Valley Forge, Penna.


Washington Memorial Chapel
Title:
Washington Memorial Chapel
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Valley Forge is fifteen miles outside of Philadelphia and is one of America's Patriotic Shrines. Here Washington encamped during the winter of 1777 - 1778 with the Continental troops



Washington Memorial National Carillon
Title:
Washington Memorial National Carillon
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


Greetings From Valley Forge
Title:
Greetings From Valley Forge
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Valley Forge lies 24 miles from Philadelphia on the banks of the Schuylkill river where the picturesque Valley Creek empties into it. Washington's Army laid encamped on these hills from Dec. 19, 1777, until June 19, 1778, while the British occupied Philadelphia. No spot on Earth is so sacred in the History of the Struggle for Human Liberty as Valley Forge.



Marth's Bedroom Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Marth's Bedroom Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused


Office and Dining Room Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Office and Dining Room Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused



Reception Room Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Reception Room Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused


Washington Memorial Chapel and Bell Tower
Title:
Washington Memorial Chapel and Bell Tower
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
The chapel was erected in memory of George Washington, a communicant and lay leader of this church, first service was held in 1905. The Bell Tower dedicated in 1953 contains the National Carillon of 56 Bells one for each state and one for the nation and seven small bells, making a full seven actava Carillon.



Interior Washington Memorial Chapel
Title:
Interior Washington Memorial Chapel
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused


Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Built prior to 1768, is in a most excellent state of preservation, and today has the same doors, windows, locks, etc. which were here when it was occupied by Washington.



Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Twenty-three miles from Philadelphia, Valley Forge is one of America's Historical Shrines. Here Washington and the Continental Army encamped during the bitter winter of 1777-1778.


Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Headquarters of General Washington at historic Valley Forge, Pennsylvania One of America's most sacred shrines This was the center of operations for the Continental Army during the terrible winter encampment of 1777-78. It is in excellent state of preservation, having same doors, locks, etc.



Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
One of America's most sacred shrines This was the center of operations for the Continental Army during the bitter winter encampment of 1777-78. This scene helps one imagine how the Headquarters building might have looked at that time


Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Spirit of '76 Scene of the most severe trials of the American Army during the war. Washington crossed the Delaware during a snowstorm christmas night, 1776. Marched nine miles to Trenton, surprised and defeated the Hessians, capturing 1000 prisoners.



Washington Memorial Chapel and Bell Tower
Title:
Washington Memorial Chapel and Bell Tower
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen PM 1956

Description:
The chapel was erected in memory of George Washington, a communicant and lay leader of this church, first service was held in 1905. The Bell Tower dedicated in 1953 contains the National Carillon of 56 Bells one for each state and one for the nation and seven small bells, making a full seven octave Carillon


Dogwood Blossoms At New Jersey Monument
Title:
Dogwood Blossoms At New Jersey Monument
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Valley Forge is fifteen miles outside of Philadelphia and is one of America's Patriotic Shrines, Here Washington encamped during the winter of 1777-1778 with the Continental troops



Washington Memorial National Carillon
Title:
Washington Memorial National Carillon
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused


Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Washington's Headquarters At Valley Forge is in a most excellent state of preservation and to-day has the same doors, windows, locks etc., which were here when it was occupied by Washington. It was built prior to 1768. Valley Forge is located 15 miles from Philadelphia and is one of America's Patriotic Shrines. Here Washington was encamped with the Continental Army in 1777 and 1778



National Memorial Arch
Title:
National Memorial Arch
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused

Description:
Erected by authority of the Act of Congress, June 25, 1910 in commemoration of the patriotism displayed and the suffering endured by Washington, his officers and men during the winter of 1777-78. Inscriptions: ""To the officers and private soldiers of the Continental Army, Dec, 19, 1777, June 19, 1778. Naked and starving as they are, we cannot enough admire the incomparable patience and fidelity of the soldiery."" Washington at Valley Forge, February 16, 1778


Washington Memorial National Carillon
Title:
Washington Memorial National Carillon
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA) unused



Washington's Headquarters
Title:
Washington's Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Scene of the most severe trials of the American Army during the War. Publishers Circulation Promotion Assn.


Old Barracks
Title:
Old Barracks
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back



Valley Forge Park - Gateway-Entrance
Title:
Valley Forge Park - Gateway-Entrance
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back


A View From Fort Huntington
Title:
A View From Fort Huntington
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back

Description:
Soldiers' monument in distance



Old Gulf Road
Title:
Old Gulf Road
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back


Washington Spring
Title:
Washington Spring
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back



Site of Old Forge
Title:
Site of Old Forge
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back


Waterman Monument and Grounds
Title:
Waterman Monument and Grounds
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Panorama of Hills
Title:
Panorama of Hills
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back)


Valley Forge National Park
Title:
Valley Forge National Park
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome unused

Description:
Valley Forge: famous for its national park where Washington's troops camped during the severe winter of 1777-78



Anthony Wayne Monument
Title:
Anthony Wayne Monument
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused


Greetings from Valley Forge
Title:
Greetings from Valley Forge
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Valley Forge lies 24 miles from Philadelphia on the banks of the Schuylkill River where the picturesque Valley Creek empties into it. Washington's army laid encamped on these hills from Dec. 19, 1777 until June 19, 1778, while the British occupied Philadelphia. No spot on earth is so sacred in the history of the struggle for human liberty as Valley Forge



Schuylkill River at Perkiomen Junction
Title:
Schuylkill River at Perkiomen Junction
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused


Washington Headquarters
Title:
Washington Headquarters
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Aug-18



Old Covered Bridge over Valley Creek
Title:
Old Covered Bridge over Valley Creek
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Linen unused

Description:
Genuine Curteich-Chicago


6th National Jamboree
Title:
6th National Jamboree
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Chrome PM 1964 Jul-18

Description:
Boy Scouts of America



Soldiers Monument
Title:
Soldiers Monument
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused


Washington's Headquarters During The Revolutionary War
Title:
Washington's Headquarters During The Revolutionary War
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Headquarters Of Brig. Gen Harry Lee & Gen. Stirling
Title:
Headquarters Of Brig. Gen Harry Lee & Gen. Stirling
Valley Forge Pennsylvania (PA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Headquarters of Brigadier - General Harry Lee and General Lord Stirling. This house was the home of Rev. Dr. Currie in 1777, and was occupied by General Lee and Lord Stirling. It is of the old substantial stone type and has not been altered in any material respect. General Lee was the dashing "Light Horse Harry" of the famous Lee family of Virginia. General Lord Stirling, a jersey man, was a great patriot,. and one of the best and most active of the American Officers in the war for independence. He was a claimant to the British estates of the Earl of Stirling and assumed this title.




Total: 71 Items