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Bathing houses &c. Oak Bluffs.

Lover's rock, O. Bluffs.

Ames cottage, Penobscot Ave., Oak Bluffs.

Narragansett Av., Oak Bluffs.

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

O. Bluffs landing.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

O. Bluffs landing.

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

Echo Bluffs.

Red Bluffs, lower cañon of Truckee, 179 miles from Sacramento.

[View of sailboats from Oak Bluffs.]

View from Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

View of Oak Bluffs.

[Scenic view of the bluffs with a lonely sightseer.]

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

Among the Bluffs of the Baraboo, Pewit's Nest, on Skillet Creek.

Oak Bluffs arch.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

Bathing houses &c. Oak Bluffs.

[Tents on] Ipswich Bluffs.

Looking down the wharf, Oak Bluffs.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

[Tents on] Ipswich Bluffs.

Ocean Avenue, O. Bluffs.

Circuit Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Ocean Avenue, O. Bluffs.

Ocean Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Oneonta Bluffs, near Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River, Oregon.

Narragansett Av., Oak Bluffs.

Lover's rock, O. Bluffs.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

Oak Bluffs.

Red Bluffs, lower cañon of Truckee, 179 miles from Sacramento.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

View from the Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

[People waiting to board the steamboat, "Island Home," at Oak Bluffs pier.]

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

Oneonta Bluffs, near Oneonta Gorge, Columbia River, Oregon.

[View at Oak Bluffs.]

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

Echo Bluffs.

Grover House, Oak Bluffs.

Oak Bluffs Chapel.

Bathers at Oak Bluffs.

Oak Bluffs.

O. Bluffs landing.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

View from the Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.

View of Pavillion, Oak Bluffs.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

[Birds-eye view of Oak Bluffs.]

View on Oak Bluffs.

View on Oak Bluffs.

[View of sailboats from Oak Bluffs.]

Sea View House and Oak Bluffs wharf.

Circuit Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Bathers at Oak Bluffs.

Oak Bluffs Chapel.

Bathers from bluffs.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

Looking down the wharf, Oak Bluffs.

South Light and Bluffs, looking North East.

Bluffs from path south of S. Light looking south.

View from Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

[View of sailboats from Oak Bluffs.]

Sea View Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

[View of sailboats from Oak Bluffs.]

Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.

View of Pavillion, Oak Bluffs.

View from Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

View of Oak Bluffs.

O. Bluffs landing.

[Group of people at Oak Bluffs landing.]

Oak Bluffs Chapel.

Crane's cottage, Oak Bluffs.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

Oak Bluffs Chapel.

Oak Bluffs arch.

[People waiting to board the steamboat, "Island Home," at Oak Bluffs pier.]

Bathers from bluffs.

Oak Bluffs Chapel.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

Ocean Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Cottages, Ocean Avenue, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Grover House, Oak Bluffs.

American River, from Green Bluffs.

American River, from Green Bluffs.

Espy Bluffs.

Espy Bluffs.

[Group of people at Oak Bluffs landing.]

Bluffs on north beach, Yaquina bay.

Bluffs on north beach, Yaquina bay.

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