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Harvard College, 1720.

[A prospect of the colleges in Cambridge in New England.]

To the honorable Jonathan Law Esqr. Govr. of Connecticut...this prospect of Yale College....

Brown University

William Samuel Johnson, LL.D., third president of Columbia College, 1787-1800.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Bishop John Carroll

John Andrew D.D. Provost of the University of Pennsylvania

William Samuel Johnson, L.L.D., third president of Columbia College, 1787-1800.

View of Columbia College in the city of New York.

Revd. J. Witherspoon, D.D., president of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

Revd. J. Witherspoon, DD., president of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

Revd. J. Witherspoon, D.D., President of Princeton College, New Jersey, America.

The Most Reverend John Carroll, D.D., first archbishop of Baltimore.

Caspar Wistar M.D., late professor of anatomy in the University of Pennsylvania.

South view of the several halls of Harvard College. Taken from the balcony of the president's house.

North east view of the several halls of Harvard College. Taken from the Craigie Road.

Students of Columbia College.

Yale College.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.

University of Pennsylvania.

Columbia College.

Yale College and state house, New Haven, Connecticut.

Yale College and State House, New-Haven, Con.

Dartmouth College, Hanover, N.H.

College of Princeton, New Jersey.

Yale College. (Newhaven.)

Rev. Samuel Willard, M.A., vice president of Harvard University.

Yale College, 1793.

Harvard University, with the procession of the alumni from the church to the pavillion, September 8, 1836.

Brown University, R.I.

University of Pennsylvania. Pl. 15.

View in Cambridge, 1831.

The Most Rev. John Carroll, first archbishop of Baltimore.

Yale College and State House, New Haven, Connecticut.

Dartmouth College.

Columbia College dedicated to the Class of '52 by Harvey B. Dodworth. New York. Above, within border: Old College Sycamore Schottisch

Columbia College.

Dining room in Memorial Hall, Harvard College.

Washington elm, Cambridge.

University and Philadelphia Barge Houses.

Columbia College, 4th Ave.

University building.

University of Pennsylvania, West Philadelphia.

University of Pennsylvania, Ninth Street, above Chesnut.

View of the University of Pennsylvania at West Philadelphia.

Yale College.

[Yale college views.]

Harvard library, Cambridge.

Gore Hall, Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

[Yale college views.]

A campus view, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pa.

Brown University.

Harvard College building.

Yale College, Philosophical Chamber.

Prof. Longfellow, Cambridge, Mass.

University of Penn'a.

Harvard College building.

Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

University of Pennsylvania. West Philadelphia.

Chapel, Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

Chapel, Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

[Turretted building and smaller building, possibly Yale.]

Longfellow's home.

The law library, Cambridge, Mass.

The law library, Cambridge, Mass.

Bird's eye view of Harvard College, and Old Cambridge.

Harvard square.

Brown University, Providence, R.I.

Picturesque View of Georgetown, The Potomac and Chesapeake Canal, from the rear of the Observatory.

Dartmouth College.

Picturesque View of Georgetown, The Potomac and Chesapeake Canal, from the rear of the Observatory.

Picturesque View of Georgetown, The Potomac and Chesapeake Canal, from the rear of the Observatory.

Washington's headquarters at Cambridge.

Washington elm, Cambridge, Mass.

Interior View of Chapel at Princeton College, N.J.

Regiments drilling on the grounds in front of the Naval Academy at Annapolis, Md.

Yale Art building.

Charles King, LL.D. ninth presdient of Columbia College 1849 to 1864

Columbia College. Fiftieth Street, between Fourth and Fifth Avenues.

Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.

[Manicured grounds of U.S. Naval Academy.]

[Yale College?]

[Brown University?.]

College buildings, Hanover, N.H.

Brown University.

Brown University, Providence, R.I.

New Scientific, [Yale College].

Old Scientific, [Yale College].

Commons where troops formed under Col. Prescott, June 16, 1775, to march to Bunker Hill.

Laboratory, Brown University.

Annual Class of Syracuse University, July 1876.

Annual Class of Syracuse University, July 1876.

Benjamin Silliman, M.D., L.L.D., professor of chemistry, geology and mineralogy in Yale College.

William Samuel Johnson, L.L.D., third president of Columbia College, 1787 to 1800.

Georgetown College, D.C. (from the North-West).

The late Charles Anthon, LL.D., of Columbia College.

William Alexander Duer, L.L.D., seventh president of Columbia College, 1829 to 1842.

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