- 0.5 linear feet
- The Frankford neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is located in the lower northeast section of the city and is bordered by the Frankford Creek on the south, Castor Avenue on the west, Cheltenham Avenue on the north, and roughly the I-95 expressway on the east. Originally a village, Frankford was incorporated as a borough in 1800 and was later absorbed into the City of Philadelphia in the 1854 Philadelphia city/county consolidation. As of 2015, Frankford is a working-class neighborhood with a diverse population, including a large number of African Americans, Asian Americans, Polish Americans, Italian Americans, Hispanic Americans, and West Indian Americans. The Historical Society of Frankford daguerreotype collection, circa 1850s-1880s, consists of forty-nine daguerreotype portrait photographs of individuals. Most of the photographs are labeled with the individual's name and some include birth and death dates or other biographical information.
Held at: Historical Society of Frankford [Contact Us]