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Pavillion from East.

Pavillion from East.

Petrified Grotto at the Calistoga Hotel, Sonoma Co., Cal.

Observatory at Shaw's Garden, St. Louis.

Petrified Grotto at the Calistoga Hotel, Sonoma Co., Cal.

Observatory at Shaw's Garden, St. Louis.

Calistoga Springs, Grotto of Petrified Wood.

Calistoga Springs, Grotto of Petrified Wood.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Observatory, Central Park, New York

Observatory, Central Park, New York

Calistoga Springs, Grotto of Petrified Wood.

Petrified Grotto at the Calistoga Hotel, Sonoma Co., Cal.

Observatory at Shaw's Garden, St. Louis.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Observatory, Central Park, New York

Observatory, Central Park, New York

Calistoga Springs, Grotto of Petrified Wood.

Petrified Grotto at the Calistoga Hotel, Sonoma Co., Cal.

Observatory at Shaw's Garden, St. Louis.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

Forest Park, St. Louis. Pavillion reflected on lake.

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