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Wood & Perot factory View of the ironwork manufactory, known as the Philadelphia Ornamental Iron Works, at 1136 Ridge Avenue. Building adorned with a large cast iron statue of Henry Clay on its roof and signage advertisng "Iron Railings Vernadahs, Balconies, Counters, &c." Also shows neighboring businesses including F.R. Missimer, house & sign painter; a hotel with restaurant; plumber shop; and confectionery. Chairs, crates, and a handcart line the sidewalk. A horse-drawn wagon rests in front of the manufactory. Wood & Perot, a partnership between Robert Wood and Elliston Perot, was active between 1857 and 1865.