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Philip Dormer Stanhope, Earl of Chesterfield.

Philip Dormer Stanhope, earl of Chesterfield.

Fisk Homestead, Chesterfield, N.H.

Connecticut River and Chesterfield Mountains.

Connecticut River and Chesterfield Mountains.

Fisk Homestead, Chesterfield, N.H.

Chesterfield Bridge on North Anna, Va., with rebel redoubt in the distance, carried by the 2nd Corps under Gen. Hancock, 23rd May, 1864.

Chesterfield Bridge on North Anna, Va., with rebel redoubt in the distance, carried by the 2nd Corps under Gen. Hancock, 23rd May, 1864.

Col. Archibald Cary, Ampthill, Chesterfield County, Virginia.

Philip, earl of Chesterfield.

Along the Shore, Lake Spofford, Chesterfield, N. H.

Lake Spofford (On the Shore), Chesterfield, N. H.

Along the Shore, Lake Spofford, Pine Grove Springs Hotel, Chesterfield, N. H.

Lake Spofford, Chesterfield, N. H.

The Chesterfield. North Corner of Riverside Drive and Ninety-eighth Street.

Model No. 246. Swagger three-button single-breasted raglan; Model No. 247. Authentic bal-raglan; Model No. 248. Popular bal-raglan; Model No. 249. Chesterfield style; Model No. 250. Fly front model with "swing" collar.

Model No. 921. Young men's long roll "Chesterfield style"; Model No. 922. Young men's two button rope shoulder style; Model No. 923. Young men's one button peaked lapel style; Model No. 924. Conservative three button straight front style; Model No. 925. Conservative three button double-breasted style; Model No. 926. Conservative three button stout model.

Model No. 939. Young men's three button double-breasted ulsterette; Model No. 940. Young men's fly front overcoat or topcoat; Model No. 941. Three button form fitting overcoat or topcoat; Model No. 942. Fly front bal-raglan; Model No. 943. Fly front Chesterfield overcoat or topcoat.

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