These 14 Photos Of Philadelphia From The Early 1900s Are Beyond Fascinating

There’s no question that Philadelphia has some of the best history in the country. From the founding of our very nation, to early 20th century innovation, and even modern art – there’s a little bit of Philly history in everything we do. Take a look at some of these photos from the early 1900s in Philadelphia and see if you can spot landmarks that are still standing.

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Some of these photos of Philadelphia are some of the oldest that have ever been taken! I can’t stop looking at the picture of the Parkway before it existed! It’s hard to imagine Philadelphia without our iconic landmarks, like the Eakins Oval and Rocky Steps.