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The National Lancers with the reviewing officers on Boston Common.

View of the water celebration, on Boston Common October 25th. 1848.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

Boston Common Brewer fountain.

Park St. entrance to Boston Common.

Under the elms, Boston Common.

Beacon St. Mall.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

Park St. entrance to Boston Common.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

Beacon St. Mall, Boston Common.

Overhanging elms, Beacon Mall, Boston Common.

The old elm--Boston Common.

The old elm.

Beacon St. Mall, Boston Common.

Old elm tree on Boston Common.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument, Boston Common.

The Frog Pond, Boston Common, Mass.

[View of people in Boston Common including a man in a tophat in the foreground.]

Fountain on the Frog Pond, Boston Common.

Soldier's monument, Boston Common.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

Boston Common.

Fountain, Boston Common.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.

The Frog Pond, from Beacon St., Boston, Mass.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

The old elm, Boston Common.

[View of Boston Common showing fountain, trees, and lamps.]

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

[View of a tree-lined path in Boston Common.]

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

[View of people in Boston Common.]

Boston Common, from state house, Boston, Mass.

Beacon St. Mall.

Soldier's monument, Boston Common.

People standing under the old elm tree.

The state house from Boston Common, Mass.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Beacon Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

View from the top of the state house, Boston.

Beacon Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

Frog Pond.

[View of houses lining Boston Common.]

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Soldier's Monument from Tremont St., Boston, Mass.

Boston Common.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

[Detail of a bas relief at the base of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

The old elm, Boston Common.

Tremont Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common, Mass.

Beacon St. mall.

Tremont Mall, Boston Common.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

The Common.

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.

Boston Common.

Overhanging elms, Beacon Mall, Boston Common.

[View of the Brewer fountain in Boston Common.]

Brewer fountian, Boston Common.

Beacon St. Mall, Boston Common.

Tremont St. Mall.

Boston Common.

[View of a balloon ascension.]

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

The old elm, Boston Common.

The old elm, Boston Common.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Boston Common.

Frog Pond, Boston Common.

Boston Common.

Beacon Street Mall, Boston Common, Mass.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common, Mass.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

Park Street mall, Boston Common.

The Frog Pond, from Beacon St., Boston, Mass.

Boston Common.

[View of Boston Common showing fountain, trees, and lamps.]

Old elm tree, Boston Common.

Charles Street Mall, Boston Common.

Under the elms, Boston Common.

Brewer fountain, Boston Common.

West St. gate--winter, Boston Common.

The old elm, Boston Common.

View from state house, Boston, Mass.

Beacon St. Mall, Boston Common.

[View of people in Boston Common.]

Apple vendor on Boston Common.

[Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.]

Soldier's Monument, from Beacon St., Boston, Mass.

Boston Common.

Detail of a bas relief at the base of the Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument.

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