Item No: pdcc01104
Title: Penny Pot Tavern & Landing, and Griscomb's Academy, near Vine St. [graphic]
Print and Picture Collection
Depicts the 18th-century tavern on Vine Street below Front Street in which, as its name suggests, a pot of ale could be had for a penny. On the right is shown the bow of a boat at Charles West's shipyard. Beyond the tavern is Griscomb's Academy. Also shows a horse and cart passing the tavern, and a man sitting on a pile of logs near the landing.
Published in John F. Watson's Annals of Philadelphia. 1830.
A917.481 P536 v.11
Breton, William L. - Artist
Kennedy & Lucas's Lithography - Lithographer
Castner, Samuel, Jr., 1843-1929 - Compiler