Rease, William H., ET AL.

1844-1854: 17 South 5th Street
1855-1856: 97 Chestnut Street
1857-1860: northeast corner of 4th and Chestnut Streets

Lithographed “Jersey Shore,” “Pennsylvania Sugar Refinery,” “Celebrated American Trotting Horses,” and the Mitchell & Croasdale whale oil advertisement, all printed by Wagner & McGuigan (q.v). There are also a “New Orleans and Havana Screw ‘Habana’,” n.d., 22.1 x 28.10; “U.S. Iron Clad Steamer, New Ironsides,” n.d., medium, on the back of which appears a Lincoln-Hamlin banner, 1860, with good portraits; and other work of this type.

“Rease & Shnell” made a view of “Burton & Laning’s Paper Hangings Manufactory, 6th St. above Carnac St. Phila.,” oblong 4to.