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[Plate 29: Map bounded by Rivington Street, Cannon Street, Henry Street, Montgomery Street, Ridge Street.]

[Plate 30: Map bounded by Rivington Street, East Street, Water Street, Corlears Street, Grand Street, Cannon Street.]

Mt. Cannon, Franconia Mountains, N.H.

[View of military men and ladies around a cannon.]

Mount Cannon.

Mount Cannon, from the Profile House.

The Battery, cannon, &c. Charlestown Navy Yard.

Mount Cannon.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Mt. Cannon & Profile Lake, Franconia Notch, N.H.

[View of men in ceremonial dress firing a cannon.]

Echo Lake and Mt. Cannon.

Mount Cannon.

Mt. Cannon, Franconia.

Mt. Cannon, Winter.

Mt. Cannon, Winter.

[Cannon.]

Cannon in square, Cleveland.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Mt. Cannon, Franconia Mountains, N.H.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Rustic seat, old cannon and graves, Dayton soldier's home.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Mt. Cannon & Profile Lake.

Mt. Cannon & Profile Lake, Franconia Notch, N.H.

Mount Cannon, from Profile House.

[Cannon.]

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Echo Lake and Mt. Cannon.

[View of men in ceremonial dress firing a cannon.]

Mount Cannon, from the Profile House.

Rustic seat, old cannon and graves, Dayton soldier's home.

Mount Cannon, from Profile House.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

Mt. Cannon, Franconia.

The Battery, cannon, &c. Charlestown Navy Yard.

Mt. Cannon & Profile Lake.

Mount Cannon.

Profile or Cannon Mountain.

[View of military men and ladies around a cannon.]

Cannon in square, Cleveland.

[Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y. Side view with cannon.]

[Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y. Rear view with cannon.]

Washington Headquarters at Newburgh [Rear view with cannon.]

[Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y. Side view with cannon.]

Washington Headquarters at Newburgh [Rear view with cannon.]

[Washington's Headquarters, Newburgh, N.Y. Rear view with cannon.]

A 12 pound brass cannon, Ordnance Wharf, City Point, Va.

A 12 pound brass cannon, Ordnance Wharf, City Point, Va.

Gen. Butler's experiments with the Sawyer rifled cannon. . .

Old house cor. Houston & Cannon Sts. (1864) forming part of the Delancy estate

[Plate 31: Map bounded by East Houston Street, Avenue D, Third Street, Tompkins Street, Rivington Street, Willett Street; Including Stanton Street, Sheriff Street, Columbia Street, Manhattan Street, Cannon Street, Lewis Street, Goerck Street, Mangin Street]

Cannon Ball [Cannonball] River.

Cannon Ball [Cannonball] River.

Mt. Cannon.

Mt. Cannon.

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

Mt. Cannon.

Mt. Cannon.

High school, 1875, site of Lord Percy's cannon, to protect retreating British troops, 1775.

Poughkeepsie Female Academy, A First- Class School in Every Respect, Rev. D.G. Wright, No.12 Cannon St. ; Res. of L.B. Sackett, Esq., North Av. Poughkeepie, Dutchess Co., N.Y.

Krupp cannon, Machinery Hall.

Krupp cannon, Machinery Hall.

Staten Island, V. 2, Plate No. 156 [Map bounded by Richmond Turnpike, E. Decker Ave., Burke Ave., Cannon Ave., Meredith Ave.]

[Chatham Artillery building, with a cannon and revolutionary war figure on the roof.]

[Chatham Artillery building, with a cannon and revolutionary war figure on the roof.]

DINNER TO HENRY W. CANNON,ESQ. [held by] GEORGE RUTLEDGE GIBSON [at] "UNION LEAGUE CLUB,[NY]" (CLUB)

DINNER TO HENRY W. CANNON,ESQ. [held by] GEORGE RUTLEDGE GIBSON [at] "UNION LEAGUE CLUB,[NY]" (CLUB)

DINNER TO MR. HENRY W. CANNON, COMMISSIONER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY CONFERENCE AT BRUSSELS [held by] MR. J. EDWARD SIMMONS [at] "MANHATTAN CLUB, [NEW YORK, NY?]" (OTHER (CLUB);)

DINNER TO MR. HENRY W. CANNON, COMMISSIONER FROM THE UNITED STATES TO THE INTERNATIONAL MONETARY CONFERENCE AT BRUSSELS [held by] MR. J. EDWARD SIMMONS [at] "MANHATTAN CLUB, [NEW YORK, NY?]" (OTHER (CLUB);)

BANQUET [held by] LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON [at] CANNON STREET HOTEL[LONDON] (HOTEL)

BANQUET [held by] LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON [at] CANNON STREET HOTEL[LONDON] (HOTEL)

BANQUET [held by] LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON [at] CANNON STREET HOTEL[LONDON] (HOTEL)

Manhattan, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 30 [Map bounded by Cannon St., Rivington St., East St., Water St., Corlears St., Jackson St.]

Manhattan, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 30 [Map bounded by Cannon St., Rivington St., East St., Water St., Corlears St., Jackson St.]

Manhattan, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 29 [Map bounded by Ridge St., Rivington St., Cannon St., Jackson St., Madison St., Montgomery St.]

Manhattan, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 29 [Map bounded by Ridge St., Rivington St., Cannon St., Jackson St., Madison St., Montgomery St.]

BANQUET [held by] LIBRARY COMMITTEE OF THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF LONDON [at] CANNON STREET HOTEL[LONDON] (HOTEL)

[4th of July [1896] celebration in Marengo showing clowns with cannon, simple ferris wheel.]

[4th of July [1896] celebration in Marengo showing clowns with cannon, simple ferris wheel.]

Profile House and Echo Lake, Cannon Mountain, White Mountains, N.H.

Cannon Mountain, Franconia Notch, White Mountains, N.H.

Manhattan, V. 1, Plate No. 82 [Map bounded by Rivington St., Cannon St., Grand St., Willett St.]

Manhattan, V. 1, Plate No. 83 [Map bounded by Rivington St., Mangin St., Grand St., Cannon St.]

Manhattan, V. 1, Plate No. 81 [Map bounded by Rivington St., Cannon St., Grand St., Attorney St.]

U.S. House of Representatives in session. Hon. Joseph Cannon, Speaker of the House, Washington, D.C.

U.S. House of Representatives in session. Hon. Joseph Cannon, Speaker of the House, Washington, D.C.

DINNER TO THE GRIDIRON CLUB [held by] SPEAKER J.G.CANNON [at] "NEW WILLARD HOTEL,WASH.D.C." (HOTEL;)

DINNER TO THE GRIDIRON CLUB [held by] SPEAKER J.G.CANNON [at] "NEW WILLARD HOTEL,WASH.D.C." (HOTEL;)

Plate 34, Part of Wards 3, 4, & 5: [Map bound by Cannon Ave, Burying Hill Road, Richmond Turnpike, Union Ave, Old Stone Road, Rockland Ave, Forest Hill Road, Fresh Kills Road, State Line; Lots at Linoleumville - Richmond Turnpike, Feldmeyer Lane]

DINNER TO SPEAKER JOSEPH G. CANNON [held by] U.S. REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM B. MCKINLEY [at] "PLANTERS HOTEL, ST. LOUIS, [MO]" (HOTEL;)

DINNER TO SPEAKER JOSEPH G. CANNON [held by] U.S. REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM B. MCKINLEY [at] "PLANTERS HOTEL, ST. LOUIS, [MO]" (HOTEL;)

Plate 33, Part of Wards 2 & 3: [Map bound by Old Place Creek, Washington Ave, Lisk Ave, Lamberts Lane, Merrill Ave, Richmond Road, Richmond Turnpike, Willow Brook Road, New Road, Jones or Rockland Ave, Old Shore Road, Union Ave, Lexington Ave, Cannon Ave; Linoleumville - Cannon Ave, Lexington Ave, Chelsea Ave, Richmond Turnpike, Burke Ave, Pennsylvania Ave, Liberty Ave, Wild Ave, Prospect Ave, Roswell Ave, Hamilton Ave, Burying Hill Road]

Bronx, V. 13, Plate No. 38 [Map bounded by Van Cortlandt Ave., Jerome Park Reservoir, W. 238th St., Cannon Pl.]

Plate 42, Part of Ward 3 [Map bound by River Road (Water St), Chelsea Road, Bloomfield Ave (Decker Ave), Hughes Ave, Merrill Ave, Richmond Ave, Travis Ave (Union Ave), Fresh Kills, Richmond Turnpike, Cannon Ave (Lexington), Chelsea Creek, Arthur Kill or Staten Island Sound, Pralls River]

Plate 41, Part of Ward 3 [Map bound by Little Fresh Kills, Richmond Turnpike, Burying Hill Road, Cannon Ave (Lexington Ave), Burke Ave, Linoleum Ave (Penn Ave), Decker Ave, Watson Ave, Pearson St (Liberty Ave), Wild Ave, Fort Creek, Fresh Kills]

The barbed-wire enclosed camp for migratory workers at the Cannon [Canning] Company of Bridgeville, Delaware.

[Plate 29: Map bounded by Montgomery Street, Ridge Street, Rivington Street, Cannon Street, Henry Street; Including Gouverneur Street, Pitt Street, Scammel Street, Willet Street, Sheriff Street, Columbia Street, East Broadway, Division Street, Grand Street, Broome Street, Delancy Street]

[Plate 30: Map bounded by Cannon Street, Rivington Street, East Street, Cherry Street, Corlears Street, Grand Street; Including Lewis Street, Goerick Street, Mangin Street, Tompkins Street, Monroe Street, Broome Street, Delancy Street, Delancy Slip]

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