Buildings on the photo belongs to two towns. The building on the left (Gliwicka Street 312) belongs to Katowice. The building on the right (Armii Krajowej Street) belongs to Chorzów. It's almost usual in Upper Silesia.
And another old lithograph from the middle of 19th century. I've asked myself, what a part of Chorzów is visible on the lithograph. And I thnik, I know. It is a view form Mount Reden (or Liberation Mount -- it is the mount with St Laurentius Church). You can see the King's Steel Work, and I found on the lithograph St. Elisabeth Church -- You can see it below:
I've presented interior of the Assumption of Mary Church in Chorzów Batory. Today: building visible from the Stefan Batory Street. (Well, it's a problem, I don't know any viewpoint with complete view of the church...) The church was built in the years 1898-1901, and it is 67,6 meters long, 22 meters high, and the tower is 73 meters high.
Chorzów[ˈxɔʐuf] is a city in Silesia (coordinates: 50°18′N 18°57′E), southern Poland with around 114,680 (2006) inhabitants and an area of 33.5 km². Chorzów is situated on the Rawa river on the Silesian Highland in the heart of the Upper Silesian Industrial Area, 7 km north-west of Katowice. Chorzów is in the middle of Upper Silesian Metropolitan Union, the largest legally-recognized urban entity in Poland with a population of 2.2 mln. The population of the urban area in the conurbation around Chorzów is about 3.5 million. (From Wikipedia.)