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Crystal Cove, Hyde Park. New York

New York Crystal Palace ....

Boot And Shoe Pegging Machine -- At The Crystal Palace.

The fireman's quadrille. View of the Crystal Palace, before which a large crowd. Flames beyond, against sky

Crystal Cascade, White Mts., N.H.

Crystal Cascade, American.

Black Butte and Crystal Lake, 90 miles from Sacramento.

Crystal Ice Grotto, Niagara.

Crystal Lake and reflections.

Niagara in winter, Crystal Cave below Table Rock.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Ice Grotto, Niagara.

View of Crystal Spring, Allentown, Pa.

Crystal Cascade.

The Lodge in Crystal Park.

Crystal Cascade, American.

Falls on the Yuba River, near Crystal Lake, Central Pacific Railroad.

Crystal Falls, Bear Canon on the Pike's Peak Trail.

Black Butte and Crystal Lake, 90 miles from Sacramento.

Crystal Cascade, Catskill Mountains.

Crystal cave in ice bridge.

Crystal Grotto.

Castle Peak from R. R. [railroad] around Crystal Peak.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Ice Grotto, Niagara, N.Y.

Castle Peak from R. R. [railroad] around Crystal Peak.

Twin Islands in Crystal Lake.

Crystal Cascade, Glen, White Mts., N.H.

The Lodge in Crystal Park.

Roof in Crystal Palace.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal cave in ice bridge.

[Twin Islands in Crystal Lake.]

Crystal Cascade, from right bank.

Niagara in winter, Crystal Cave below Table Rock.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal Cascade, Glen, White Mts., N.H.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Cascade, near Glen House.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal Cascade, White Mts., N.H.

Crystal Cascade, Glen, White Mts., N.H.

Crystal Cascade.

James Peak from Crystal Lakes.

Crystal Cascade.

Falls on the Yuba River, near Crystal Lake, Central Pacific Railroad.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, New Hampshire, U.S.

Crystal Ice Grotto, Niagara, N.Y.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal Cascade, near Glen House.

James Peak from Crystal Lakes.

Cascade on Crystal Stream, White Mts. N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Cascade on Crystal Stream, White Mts. N.H.

Crystal Falls, Bear Canon on the Pike's Peak Trail.

Crystal Lake and reflections.

Crystal Grotto.

Twin Islands in Crystal Lake.

Crystal Cascade, Catskill Mountains.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal Cascade, from right bank.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal grotto, Niagara.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, New Hampshire, U.S.

Crystal Cascade, Glen, White Mts., N.H.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Grotto.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal Lake House, near Cisco, Central Pacific Railroad.

Crystal Lake House, near Cisco, Central Pacific Railroad.

[Twin Islands in Crystal Lake.]

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Grotto.

Roof in Crystal Palace.

Crystal Cascade, Catskill Mountains.

Crystal Cascade, Catskill Mountains.

Crystal Cascade.

Crystal grotto, Niagara.

View of Crystal Spring, Allentown, Pa.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade[?], Thompson's Cascades, Glen , N.H.

Looking down, Crystal Stream, Mt. Washington N.H.

Looking down, Crystal Stream, Mt. Washington N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade[?], Thompson's Cascades, Glen , N.H.

Ithaca Fall, 160 feet high, 150 feet broad, Crystal Pool in the foreground, Fall Creek.

Ithaca Fall, 160 feet high, 150 feet broad, Crystal Pool in the foreground, Fall Creek.

Crystal Falls, Cascade Creek.

Crystal Falls, Cascade Creek.

Down the River, from Portage Bridge, Crystal Cascade on the left.

Down the River, from Portage Bridge, Crystal Cascade on the left.

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