Broadside, "Philadelphia and Baltimore Regular Land Stages," 1788

Summary

This small advertising broadside from 1788 gives the schedule of trips and rates of fare for a stage-coach line that ran between the "Indian Queen" Tavern in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Captain Philip's in Baltimore, Maryland.

This small advertising broadside from 1788 gives the schedule of trips and rates of fare for a stage-coach line that ran between the "Indian Queen" Tavern in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Captain Philip's in Baltimore, Maryland.

Artifact

Broadside (Notice)

Date Made

1788

Subject Date

26 July 1788

Creators

Unknown

Place of Creation

United States, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia 

Collection Title

Seymour Dunbar Collection 

 On Exhibit

By Request in the Benson Ford Research Center

Object ID

82.129.1504

Credit

From the Collections of The Henry Ford.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)
Linen (Material)

Color

Black-and-white (Colors)

Dimensions

Height: 4.625 in

Width: 4.813 in

Inscriptions

Description beneath: Advertising hand-bill of the stage coach line that ran between the "Indian Queen" Tavern, in Philadelphia, and Captain Philip's, in Baltimore, in 1788./ Giving schedule of trips and rates of fare.

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