File:Mortuary Chapel Mt Sinai Cemetery 1891-92 (cropped).jpg

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English: Mortuary Chapel, Mount Sinai Cemetery, Bridge and Cottage Streets, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (1891-92), Furness, Evans and Company, architects.
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Source Historic American Buildings Survey, http://memory.loc.gov/pnp/habshaer/pa/pa1300/pa1324/photos/138265pv.jpg
HABS PA,51-PHILA,339A-3
Author Jack Boucher, HABS photographer.
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