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Trinity Church.

View of King's Chapel, showing columned front, and carriages on Tremont St.

Trinity Church, Pawtucket, R.I.

Christ Church.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Interior Episcopal Church, Fitchberg, Mass.

Interior of the Episcopal church.

Episcopal Chruch.

St. Luke's Church.

Christ Church, Salem Street.

King's chapel.

Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, N.Y.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

orters lodge. Phoick [Pohick] Church.

Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, N.Y.

Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, N.Y.

Greatest of Sky-scrapers, -- Syndicate Building, (left) 31 stories, and St. Paul Bldg., 27 stories, New York, U.S.A.

Trinity Church.

St. George's [Church.]

Interior of the Episcopal church.

Porters lodge. Phoick [Pohick] Church.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, N.Y.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Wall Street, N.Y.

St. Paul's Church, N.W. corner of Fulton St.

St. George's Church, (Stuyvesant Sq.)

Trinity Church Yard. The final resting place of many great Americans, New York City.

St. Paul's.

Interior Episcopal Church, Fitchberg, Mass.

St. Paul's.

Trinity Church, New York.

Grace Church, Broadway and 10th St.

King's chapel.

St. Michael's Church, interior.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, N.Y.

St. Luke's Church.

St. George's Church, (Stuyvesant Sq.)

Trinity Church, New York.

Wall Street and Trinity Church.

Grace Church, Broadway.

Trinity Church front view.

Grace Church, Broadway and 10th St.

Window of Trinity Church.

Greatest of Sky-scrapers, -- Syndicate Building, (left) 31 stories, and St. Paul Bldg., 27 stories, New York, U.S.A.

St. George's [Church.]

A.T. Stewart's Store and Grace Church. -- New York City.

Trinity Church, New York.

Trinity Church Yard. The final resting place of many great Americans, New York City.

[View of King's Chapel, showing columned front, and carriages on Tremont St.]

Trinity Church, N.Y.

Window of Trinity Church.

Episcopal Chruch.

Dr. Hutton's Church on Second Avenue.

Trinity Church.

Interior of St. Michael Church.

Christ Church, Salem Street.

Trinity Church and Wall St.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Church.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Church front view.

St. Luke's Church.

Episcopal Chruch.

Church of the Ascension, 10th St. and 5th Ave.

St. Michael's Church, interior.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Church, New York.

Grace Church, Broadway and 10th St.

Wall Street and Trinity Church.

Trinity Church Yard. The final resting place of many great Americans, New York City.

Greatest of Sky-scrapers, -- Syndicate Building, (left) 31 stories, and St. Paul Bldg., 27 stories, New York, U.S.A.

St. Paul's Church and Churchyard from the West.

St. Paul's Church, N.W. corner of Fulton St.

Trinity Episcopal Church.

Trinity Church entrance.

Dr. Tyng's Church -- New York.

St. Paul's Church, N.W. corner of Fulton St.

Church of the Ascension, 10th St. and 5th Ave.

Wall Street and Trinity Church, N.Y.

Trinity Church entrance.

Trinity Church.

Interior of St. Michael Church.

St. Paul's Church, Broadway cor. Fulton St. New York.

King's chapel.

Trinity Church.

Trinity Church, Broadway, New York City.

St. George's Church, (Stuyvesant Sq.)

Trinity Church.

Wall Street and Trinity Church.

Trinity Church.

Grace Church, Broadway.

Wall Street, N.Y.

Interior Episcopal Church, Fitchberg, Mass.

St. Paul's Church, Broadway cor. Fulton St. New York.

St. Paul's Chapel, N.Y.

Wall Street, N.Y.

Wall Street and Trinity Church.

Trinity Church, Pawtucket, R.I.

St. Paul's Church and Churchyard from the West.

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