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A perspective view of Westminster Abbey, from the high altar to the west end, shewing the manner of his Majesty's crowning.

An altar.

[Altar.]

[Interior view of altar, choir loft and organ at unidentified church.]

[View of a large organ over the altar of a church.]

[Interior view of the Baptist chapel showing seats and pews and the organ above the altar.]

[Interior of Universalist church with altar decorated with garlands.]

[Decorated altar, Unitarian Church, Easter Sunday.]

[Decorated altar, Unitarian Church, Easter Sunday.]

Interior views of Immaculate Conception showing the central altar.

[Unidentified church interior showing the organ and a decorated altar.]

[Unidentified church showing decorated altar.]

[Decorated altar, pastor at lectern, choir and organ behind him, unidentified church.]

Cathedral altar. St. Augustine, Fla.

[Interior view of altar, choir loft and organ at unidentified church.]

[Altar.]

Altar of the Convent on George Street.

Altar of the Convent on George Street.

[Decorated altar, Unitarian Church, Easter Sunday.]

Interior views of Immaculate Conception showing the central altar.

[View of a large organ over the altar of a church.]

[Interior view of the Baptist chapel showing seats and pews and the organ above the altar.]

[Interior of a church showing the altar, a large organ, and painted ceiling.]

[Interior view of the Baptist chapel showing seats and pews and the organ above the altar.]

Altar and decorations in East Room, White House, Roosevelt-Longworth wedding, Washington, D.C.

[Interior view of the Baptist chapel showing seats and pews and the organ above the altar.]

Cathedral altar. St. Augustine, Fla.

Altar of the Old Spanish Church, St. Augustine, Fla.

Altar of the Old Spanish Church, St. Augustine, Fla.

[Interior of Universalist church with altar decorated with garlands.]

[Unidentified church showing decorated altar.]

[Decorated altar, pastor at lectern, choir and organ behind him, unidentified church.]

[Unidentified church interior showing the organ and a decorated altar.]

[Decorated altar, Unitarian Church, Easter Sunday.]

Altar and decorations in East Room, White House, Roosevelt-Longworth wedding, Washington, D.C.

[Interior of a church showing the altar, a large organ, and painted ceiling.]

The Altar.

The Altar.

The Altar.

The Altar.

Mission San Juan, (Altar).

Mission San Juan, (Altar).

[Trinity Church: view of the body of Rev. Peter Maria Ca(?)on (1821-1871) in a coffin in front of the altar.]

[Trinity Church: view of the body of Rev. Peter Maria Ca(?)on (1821-1871) in a coffin in front of the altar.]

Altar in "Gothic Chapel."

Altar in "Gothic Chapel."

Altar in "Gothic Chapel" (is formed by stalactites extending from ceiling to floor).

Altar in "Gothic Chapel" (is formed by stalactites extending from ceiling to floor).

Drawing from the Coricancha altar

[View of an altar and the organ.]

[View of an altar and the organ.]

Chapel of the Nativity, in the crypt of the Church of St. Mary, Bethlehem. The star within the grotto on the left marks "the Place of the Nativity;" on the right is the Altar of the Adoration of the Magi

Altar, San Xavier Mission, Tucson, Ariz.

The Church of Guadaloupe, Altar, Mexico City, Mexico

Credi, Uffizi, 686. [Study for a marble chapel with an annunciation over the altar.]

Trinity Lutheran Church, Staten Island, N.Y. [int. view of altar]

Zion Lutheran Church, Port Richmond, [int. view of altar]

Zion Lutheran Church, [int. view of altar]

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