C.A. Bradenburgh's Museum, 9th and Arch Streets
View of the corner of the museum with both sides of the building covered with signs. Narrow side has the main, columned entrance. Other side has steps leading to the second floor and a separate set leading to the fourth floor and joins the fire escape. People on the sidewalk, streetcar tracks on both cobblestone streets, and numerous electrical wires running along streets. Some of the signs on the sides of the building: "C.A. Bradenburgh's 9th and Arch Museum", "Come when you want", "Go when you please", "One dime admits to all", "Curios and vaudeville", "No other place like this in the city",
"Continuous performance", "Superior in appointments and attractions", "The family resort", "Dime museum", "Annual
championship contest of the female basket ball players", "9th and Arch Dime Museum", "Concluding championship contest of the young woman basket ball players: novel, exciting, exhilirating [sic]", "The people's amusement palace".