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New York from Brooklyn Heights.

New York from Heights near Brooklyn.

New York, from Brooklyn Heights.

Ferry boat running to Atlantic Street, Brooklyn.

Scene in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

View at Atlantic Basin, Brooklyn.

Ship house & torpedo boat.

Fulton Ferry House, Brooklyn.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

Oxen on dock.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

The old Vermont, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Receiving ship "Vermont."

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Shot and shell pyramids.

Governor's Island, from Brooklyn, N.Y.

The old Vermont, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Receiving ship, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

[Brooklyn Navy Yard, Mustering Office.]

Ferry boat running to Atlantic Street, Brooklyn.

Fulton Ferry and Brooklyn, N.Y.

Foot of Montague Street, Brooklyn, Governor's Island in distance.

Boilers & iron-clad shop [ship?].

View from the ferry house, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Fulton Ferry and Brooklyn, N.Y.

Shell pyramids.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

Scene in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Oxen on dock.

Dry dock, Brooklyn.

The East River from the Grand Street Ferry, Brooklyn, E.D.

Brooklyn ferry boat, New York.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Deck of ship "Tennessee", Brooklyn Navy Yard.

[Shell pyramids.]

Lyceum building & Sailors' Monument.

Ship house & torpedo boat.

[Shell pyramids.]

Brooklyn ferry boat, N.Y.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Wall Street Ferry, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Brooklyn ferry boat, New York.

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Fulton Ferry House, Brooklyn.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Looking down from the entrance.

View from the ferry house, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Governor's Island, from Brooklyn, N.Y.

Boilers & iron-clad shop [ship?].

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Shot and shell pyramids.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Dry dock, Brooklyn.

Receiving ship "Vermont."

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Fulton Ferry, N.Y., from Brooklyn.

Wall Street Ferry, Brooklyn, N.Y.

View from the ferry house, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Fulton Ferry House, Brooklyn.

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Foot of Montague Street, Brooklyn, Governor's Island in distance.

America steamer, Brooklyn.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Brooklyn ferry boat, N.Y.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

Fulton Ferry House, Brooklyn.

Shell pyramids.

Deck of ship "Tennessee", Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Looking down from the entrance.

The South Ferry.

Fulton Ferry, N.Y., from Brooklyn.

America steamer, Brooklyn.

[Brooklyn Navy Yard, Mustering Office.]

View from the ferry house, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Lyceum building & Sailors' Monument.

The South Ferry.

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

The East River from the Grand Street Ferry, Brooklyn, E.D.

Receiving ship, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

View at Atlantic Basin, Brooklyn.

Monument to the Officers and Marines who fell at the Barrier Forts Canton R. China, 1865.

Monument to the Officers and Marines who fell at the Barrier Forts Canton R. China, 1865.

City of New York from Brooklyn Heights

Willow and Poplar Street, looking east [sic, view is actually looking toward Manhattan], Brooklyn.

Willow Street, nos. 131-137, Brooklyn.

Jay Street, No. 115, Brooklyn.

Willow Place, nos. 43-49, Brooklyn.

Talman Street, no. 57, Brooklyn.

Columbia Heights no. 222, Brooklyn.

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