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Musdedji-Bachi (porte-nouvelles) Saraz-Bachi (sellier du 64e. baton), Serden-Ghesti-Agassi, Cheff des Volontaires, Sali-Ousta, Capitaine du 1er. baton. Djebedjilerin Kiayassi Général de l'Arsenal d'armes

[South from Arsenal.]

East side of Salt Lake City, from Arsenal Hill, looking south-east. Wahsatch [Wasatch] Range of mountains in the distance.

Ruins of the Arsenal, Richmond.

Salt Lake City from Arsenal, looking south-east.

Arsenal and portion of Sea View Battery. W. P. M. A..

Bridge No. 11, Central Park, with the Arsenal in the distance.

[South from Arsenal.]

Salt Lake City from Arsenal, looking south-east.

Old U.S. Arsenal, Central Park.

Arsenal and portion of Sea View Battery. W. P. M. A..

Arsenal, from cupola of State House.

The Arsenal.

Salt Lake City from Arsenal, looking south-east.

West side of Salt Lake City, from Arsenal Hill, looking south-west. Oquirrh, or West Mountains in distance.

Salt Lake City, south-west from Arsenal Hill.

Arsenal.

West side of Salt Lake City, from Arsenal Hill, looking south-west. Oquirrh, or West Mountains in distance.

South from Arsenal.

Salt Lake City from Arsenal, looking south-east.

Ruins of Arsenal, Richmond.

The Arsenal.

Ruins of Arsenal, Richmond.

Ruins of the Arsenal, Richmond.

Bridge No. 11, Central Park, with the Arsenal in the distance.

Arsenal.

[Salt Lake City, south-west from Arsenal Hill.]

Salt Lake City from Arsenal, looking south-east.

Arsenal.

[South from Arsenal.]

Salt Lake City from Arsenal, looking south-east.

South from Arsenal.

East side of Salt Lake City, from Arsenal Hill, looking south-east. Wahsatch [Wasatch] Range of mountains in the distance.

Arsenal.

Ruins of the Arsenal, Richmond.

Old U.S. Arsenal, Central Park.

[Salt Lake City, south-west from Arsenal Hill.]

[South from Arsenal.]

Salt Lake City, south-west from Arsenal Hill.

Ruins of the Arsenal, Richmond.

Arsenal, from cupola of State House.

The Arsenal, Mare Island, California.

The Arsenal, Mare Island, California.

Arsenal from 6th Ave. Westside. August 13, 1862

Arsenal Grounds, Washignton, D.C.

Arsenal Grounds, Washignton, D.C.

The Arsenal on 7th Ave.

The Arsenal on 7th Ave.

The U.S. Arsenal at Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Arsenal at Washington, D.C.

U. S. Arsenal, Pittsburg [sic].

U. S. Arsenal, Pittsburg [sic].

U. S. Arsenal, Pittsburg [sic].

U. S. Arsenal, Pittsburg [sic].

Arsenal Grounds, Washington, D.C..

Arsenal Grounds, Washington, D.C..

Arsenal Grounds, Washington, D.C..

Arsenal Grounds, Washington, D.C..

Arsenal Grounds, Washington, D.C..

Arsenal Grounds, Washington, D.C..

Arsenal, Watervliet, N. Y.

U.S. Arsenal, Central Ave., Augusta, Ga.

Arsenal Restaurant

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