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Cleveland, Ohio, from the Buffalo Road, east of the court house.

Cleveland, Ohio. From the corner of Bank and St. Clair Str. looking east.

Panorama of Cleveland and Ohio City, taken from Scranton Heights.

[Facades of Superior street, Cleveland, Ohio.]

[Perry monument.]

Bridge over Rock river.

[Columbus street bridge.]

[Bridge in the public square.]

[View of a child with a shovel standing behind a tunnel of snow in front of a house.]

Captured canon, Cleveland.

[Lighthouse.]

View on Rock river.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, Schofield vault, temporary resting place of the remains.

Post office, Cleveland, Ohio.

[View of a river with boats, trees, and a house.]

View of houses after a snowstorm.

[View of the lake shore.]

Viaduct, Superior st., Cleveland, O.

[St. Paul's Episcopal Church.]

Captured canon, Cleveland.

[Boat in dry dock.]

[Lake view park.]

[Bridge in Lake View park.]

View in the flats, Cleveland, O.

[Perry monument.]

[Monumental park.]

Man sitting on the Rocky river.

Man sitting on the Rocky river.

[View of a river with boats, trees, and a house.]

[St. Paul's Episcopal Church.]

View of houses after a snowstorm.

[View of people and steetcars after a major snowstorm.]

[Boat in dry dock.]

[Viaduct.]

[The U. S. government dock.]

Public square, Cleveland.

[View of a family in a residential neighborhood in the winter after a major snowstorm.]

Viaduct, Superior st., Cleveland, O.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, Schofield vault, temporary resting place of the remains.

Post office, Cleveland, Ohio.

[View of the lake shore.]

Public square, Cleveland.

Rustic bridge in square, Cleveland.

[Perry monument.]

[Lake view park.]

[View of the lake shore.]

Cleveland (O.) medical college.

[Children in the winter in front of a house.]

[Franklin street.]

[Facades of Superior street, Cleveland, Ohio.]

[View of people and steetcars after a major snowstorm.]

[Columbus street bridge.]

Superior street from opera house.

[St. Clair St. Schoolhouse.]

[View of a family in a residential neighborhood in the winter after a major snowstorm.]

[Fountain in public square.]

City hall, Cleveland.

City hall, Cleveland.

Superior street from opera house.

[View of street with trees, church steeple, and a buggy.]

Summer house in square, Cleveland.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, artillery men advancing for the corpse.

Crib for water works, Cleveland.

[Perry monument.]

[Public square.]

Cannon in square, Cleveland.

[Bridge in the public square.]

Crib for water works, Cleveland.

The fountain, Monumental park, Cleveland, O.

Garfield memorial, Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, O.

[View of the lake shore.]

[Public square.]

View in the flats, Cleveland, O.

[Monumental park.]

Stereoscopic view of the Wilson sewing machine co.'s store rooms, office & ware rooms at Cleveland, O.

Summer house in square, Cleveland.

[Fountain in Lake View park.]

Public square, Cleveland.

[Fountain in Lake View park.]

Rustic bridge in square, Cleveland.

Commodore Perry's monument.

Post office, Cleveland, Ohio.

[Rocky river.]

[View of street with trees, church steeple, and a buggy.]

[Cuyahoga river from R. R. bridge.]

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, catafalque, showing Perry Monument.

Post office, Cleveland, Ohio.

[View of a bridge over a river with houses in the background.]

[The U. S. government dock.]

Bridge over Rock river.

[Bridge in Lake View park.]

[Perry's Monument.]

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, artillery men advancing for the corpse.

[City hall square after a major snowstorm.]

Garfield memorial, Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, O.

[Men walking over a bridge in a park.]

Cleveland (O.) medical college.

Light house, Cleveland.

Stereoscopic view of the Wilson sewing machine co.'s store rooms, office & ware rooms at Cleveland, O.

Stereoscopic views of the Wilson sewing machine co.'s office and salesrooms at Cleveland, O.

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