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African A.M.E. Church

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Lees/P-01433C.jpg
Date: 1880 (circa)
Back of card reads: "Thirty minutes by R.R. from Philadelphia. Media and Vicinity. Photographed by Samuel McMullin, Landscape Photographer, No. 1128 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia. Taken by request of James R. Cummins, Residence, Media, Penna."

Baltimore Avenue, looking east from Jackson Street, after snowfall

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Lees/P-01276.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
First Presbyterian Church is the prominent building in this photograph. Only the trolley tracks are cleared of snow. P-01276, P-01277 and P-01278 are mounted on identical boards, with identical handwriting in the captions, so they were all probably…

Calvary P.E. Church choir

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8388-1.jpg
Date: 1906-1907
At the Calvary Episcopal Church, Rockdale or Lenni

Calvary P.E. Church choir

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8388-2.jpg
Date: 1906-1907
At the Calvary Episcopal Church, Rockdale or Lenni

Calvary P.E. Church choir

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8388-3.jpg
Date: 1906-1907
At the Calvary Episcopal Church, Rockdale or Lenni

Calvary P.E. Church choir

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8388-4.jpg
Date: 1906-1907
At the Calvary Episcopal Church, Rockdale or Lenni

Campbell A.M.E. Church

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-4066.jpg
Date: 1889-01-19
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Campbell A.M.E. Church, interior with people

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5358.jpg
Date: 1902 (circa)
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Campbell A.M.E. Church, interior with people

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5358-5.jpg
Date: 1902 (circa)
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Campbell A.M.E. Church, interior, no people

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5358-75.jpg
Date: 1902 (circa)
This church stood on the south side of W. 3rd Street, between Orange St. and the former North Ave., now Broomall St. According to Frank Lees in From Media's Past (50), the cornerstone for the new church, at 3rd and Olive streets, was laid in 1930.

Catholic Church rectory

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8343.jpg
Date: 1904-1905
Full name is Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, or Nativity BVM, for short. A priest in full regalia sits in a wicker rocking chair on the porch, reading a newspaper.

Catholic Church rectory

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8343-5.jpg
Date: 1904-1905
Full name is Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, or Nativity BVM, for short. A priest in full regalia sits in a wicker rocking chair on the porch, reading a newspaper.

Catholic Church, front view

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-4061-1.jpg
Date: 1889-01-19
Full name is Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, or Nativity BVM, for short.

Catholic Church, side view

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-4061-2.jpg
Date: 1889-01-19
Full name is Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary Catholic Church, or Nativity BVM, for short.

Children’s Day group

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8366.jpg
Date: 1907 (circa)
Girls holding wreaths. Group includes Sue Appleton, the photographer's daughter, so this is probably a First Baptist Church group, since that is the church the Appleton family attended.

Children’s Day group

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8366-25.jpg
Date: 1907 (circa)
Girls holding wreaths. Group includes Sue Appleton, the photographer's daughter, so this is probably a First Baptist Church group, since that is the church the Appleton family attended.

Children’s Day group

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8366-5.jpg
Date: 1907 (circa)
Girls holding wreaths. Group includes Sue Appleton, the photographer's daughter, so this is probably a First Baptist Church group, since that is the church the Appleton family attended.

Children’s Day group

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8366-75.jpg
Date: 1907 (circa)
Girls holding wreaths. Group includes Sue Appleton, the photographer's daughter, so this is probably a First Baptist Church group, since that is the church the Appleton family attended.

Christ Episcopal Church

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Lees/P-02021.jpg
Date: 1900 (circa)
Frank Lees caption on reverse: Photographed from Dr. Michael's house, S. Orange St. Yellow brick street, circa 1900.

Christ Episcopal Church Choir

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Lees/P-02026.jpg
Date: 1910 (circa)
Earl Babbitt, Mr. (Richard H.) Crockford (the church's organist and choir director), Bill Halsey, Horace Ross, Bill Mingin, and L.C.S. (Lewis Cheyney Smith).

Christ Episcopal Church, prior to 1878

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Lees/P-02025.jpg
Date: 1870-1877
According to Frank Lees caption on reverse, the cornerstone of this church was laid in 1858.

Church combination

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-5059.jpg
Location: Media (Pa.)
Date: 1889
Includes Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist, African Methodist, Episcopal, Friends, and Orthodox Friends buildings in Media, Pa. Used in “Media, Penna.” publication, 1889, and also on p. 15 of Media Semi-Centennial booklet, 1900

Eddystone Trolley Case

http://mediahistoricarchives.org/source/Appleton/AP-8132-5.jpg
Date: 1900-1909
Shows church at 9th and Sayville in Eddystone, with trolley No.16 of the Chester Traction Co. This was likely taken by Appleton in support of a legal case regarding a trolley accident. A large factory is in the background.