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The Lake and Rustic Bridge.

National Military Cemetery, Graves, Nashville, Tenn.

Broadway, Saratoga.

Lewis Ore-beds, Lewis Patent, Lake Champlain, Essex Co., N.Y.

Lewis Ore-beds, Lewis Patent, Lake Champlain, Essex Co., N.Y.

Lovers' Leap, Wissahickon Creek.

Along the beach at Kattskill [Catskill] House, Lake George.

East Main St. Rochester, N.Y.

East Main St. Rochester, N.Y.

At the Village of Ramapo.

Morning - Green Island, Lake George.

Morning - Green Island, Lake George.

The Dairy Cottage, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Pappoose in Indian cradle.

Pappoose in Indian cradle.

[View of people enjoying the park, (rustic bridge in the distance.]

Litchfield castle, Prospect Park, N.Y.

Litchfield castle, Prospect Park, N.Y.

At Springfield, Vermont. Tower's Little Niagara.

The boat landing at the Terrace.

View from the weigh lock of the Delaware and Hudson Canal.

The Brook near the Upper Lake.

The Brook near the Upper Lake.

Philadelphia, Fairmount Park. Lily Pond in Pavine.

Banana blossoms.

The Lake and the Bow Bridge.

R. R. bridge, Landsdowne.

In the Ramble, Bell Tower in the distance.

The Bowery, New York.

High School and Park.

Lafayette Park, St. Louis.

[View of flower garden and lakes.]

Hill Boarding Blocks.

View on Willow Ave. near Receiving vault.

Niagara, American Fall in winter.

Trenton Falls, New York.

Caldwell. The last of the bark canoes.

Century Plant, 25 years old, Washington Park, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

Century Plant, 25 years old, Washington Park, Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

Lincoln Park, Chicago.

Yosemite from above.

Buck Mountain, Lake George.

Narrows, Lake George.

View near Philadelphia, on the Wissahickon.

Lincoln Park, Chicago.

Niagara. Below Table Rock in winter.

Sol's clock, Washington Park, Chicago, Ill. U.S.A.

Cut of Reading R.R. [railroad], below Reading.

Sylvan Lake.

[Colorized view of two people in a boat on the pond.]

[A hunter.]

Braddock’s Field, on the Monongahela – the place of Braddock’s defeat and death.

Shore batteries, West Point.

Canal at Lewistown.

Kissoquoquilis Creek near Lewistown.

[Boating, Central Park.]

Susquehannah [sic] Bridge, five miles above Harrisburgh [sic]. Length 7/8 mile.

Locks and dry dock at Erie Canal.

Ordnance park, Charlestown Navy Yard.

Ordnance park, Charlestown Navy Yard.

The Iron Bridge and ruins of Old Mill, near Spence Creek, Huntington Co.

Bow Bridge.

Magnolia-on-the-Ashley.

The Esplanade, Central Park, New York.

The Esplanade, Central Park, New York.

In the Ramble, Bell Tower in the distance.

The Bowery, New York.

High School and Park.

Willow Avenue, Ithaca, N.Y.

Elevated R.R. on the Bowery.

Union Canal above the Lebanon Valley Bridge.

National Military Cemetery, Graves, Nashville, Tenn.

[View of the ocean with a ship in the distance.]

Rustic Bridge, near the Upper Lake.

In the gold miner's glen, Plymouth, Vt.

Magnolia gardens.

Magnolia gardens.

The Lake and the Bow Bridge.

[View of a balloon ascension.]

Lovers' Leap, Wissahickon Creek.

New York. Castle Garden [aerial view].

The Bow Bridge.

The Bowery, New York.

The Bowery, New York.

Sand Beach Mountain.

Matchless scene, [Glen] Of the Pools.

Scene near Spruce Creek Station. Ruins of the old forge.

[A hunter.]

Yo-Semite Valley.

The Cresson Mountain House.

Glimpses in Greenwood Cemetery.

Glimpses in Greenwood Cemetery.

The "World," Washington Park, Chicago.

Vase of flowers at Bow Bridge.

Vase of flowers at Bow Bridge.

View on Willow Ave. near Receiving vault.

Portion of the Alhambra, with cascade in the distance.

View near Philadelphia, on the Wissahickon.

General view near boat landing.

General view near boat landing.

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