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Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, N.Y.

Surrender of General Burgoyne at Saratoga, N.Y.

President's Room.

United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Hall, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

[U.S. Patent Office.]

[West view of U.S. Capitol.]

Naval Monument. E. Simmons, Sculpt.

Congressional Library in the U.S. Capitol.

Capitol. West Front, from Botanic Gardens.

Senate Corridor, in U.S. Capitol.

Statuary Hall. The Old Hall of Representatives. Vermont's contribution, Col. Ethan Allen by Lukin G. Mead.

Dome of U.S. Capitol [with allegorical painting by Constantino Brumidi.]

U.S. Treasury, Washington.

Capitol, Washington, D.C.

House of Representatives.

Smisthsonian Institution, North.

Naval Monument. E. Simmons, Sculpt.

The Capitol at Washington.

Statuary in U.S. Capitol.

Cong. Library.

House of Representatives, U.S. Capitol.

U.S. Treasury, South view, Washington.

Hall of Representatives.

Columbus at the Court of Ferdinand and Isabella.

[View of the U.S. Capitol, with Tiber Creek in the foreground.]

[U.S. Capitol. East Front.]

Chamber House of Representatives.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

[Perry's Victory in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Columbus Undergoing an Examination Before the Council of Salamanga.

Statue of 'Civilization' by [Horatio] Greenough, Washington.

United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

President's House, North.

[Senate Wing, Washington.]

Capitol, East Front, Washington, D.C.

President's House, East.

U.S. Capitol.

Naval Monument.

The U.S. Capitol.

Museum, Smisthsonian.

Hall, U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Starting of Columbus from Palos.

Dome, U.S. Capitol, looking up. [At Constantino Brumidi's allegorical painting.]

The Capitol.

Columbus Undergoing an Examination Before the Council of Salamanga.

Columbus' Departure from the Convent of La Rabioa, near Palos.

Senate Corridor, U.S. Capitol.

The U.S. Capitol.

The U.S. Capitol.

Brumidi's painting 'Marine'.

Allegorical painting [by Constantino Brumidi], Dome, U.S. Capitol.

Marble Room, in the U.S. Capitol.

Chamber House of Representatives.

U.S. Capitol.

National Capitol, from the East, Wash[ington], D.C.

Bird's eye view of Washington, D.C.

U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

[President's Room, Senate.]

Monument of Peace.

Death-bed of Columbus.

The U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Statue of Columbus.

Naval Monument.

Capitol. West Front, from Botanic Gardens.

Smisthsonian Museum.

Statue of 'Civilization' by [Horatio] Greenough, Washington.

[Senate Chamber in U.S. Capitol, Washington, D.C.]

Marble Room, U.S. Capitol.

Corridor of Capitol, Washington, D.C.

The Bartholdi Fountain and Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Bird's eye view of Washington, D.C.

The U.S. Capitol.

Civilization Statue, Washington, D.C.

Goose or Monk fish showing its gaping mouth.

Group of Commerce in [Constantino's] Brumidi's Allegorical painting in dome of the Capitol.

U.S. Capitol, North-east view, Washington, D.C.

View of the U.S. Capitol, with Botanical Garden in the foreground.

U.S. Patent Office.

The Admiral in chains.

The U.S. Capitol.

Naval Monument. E. Simmons, Sculpt.

Fountain, West Front of the Capitol.

Senate Front, Washington.

U.S. Senate Chamber.

Statue of 'Civilization' in U.S. Capitol.

[Statue of Peace, U.S. Capitol.]

U.S. House of Representatives.

Portico of the Capitol, Washington.

West view of U.S. Capitol.

President's Room, U.S. Capitol.

The Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Starting of Columbus from Palos.

Congressional Library, in U.S. Capitol.

U.S. Capitol.

Senate Chamber, Capitol, Washington.

Come to town to see the sights.

United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

[Statue of 'Civilization' by Horatio Greenough in U.S. Capitol.]

Senate Wing, U.S. Capitol.

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