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Exterior view of the two temples at Ybsambul [Abu Sunbul].

Exterior of the tomb of Sultan Mahmood, Guznee; Abdool Rusheed Khan; Yacoob Beg, Toorkumun, Ambassador from Khiva to Cabul

Hudson River. [View of the entrance to a house.]

Exterior of Parent Co-operative Store, Salt Lake City.

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Exterior, Mission San Jose de Aguayo.

Jeff Davis' mansion.

[Exterior view of an old church.]

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

The Litchfield mansion.

Presidential Mansion, South Front.

[View of the mansion.]

Exterior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

[Mansion House in Milford.]

J. Carter Brown's (Providence) Villa.

Exterior of Parent Co-operative Store, Salt Lake City.

Nathan Mathew's (Boston) Villa.

The McGraw-Fiske Mansion, East Hill, University Avenue, Ithaca, N.Y. (W. H. Miller, architect)

Knox Mansion, Thomaston, Me.

Exterior of rustic arbor.

[Front of the Mansion and lawn.]

Exterior of the Fort.

President's Mansion, Washington City, D.C. (south front).

"Upper Crust" House in Fifth Avenue[a mansion on upper Fifth].

President's Mansion.

Remains at City gates, Exterior, St. Augustine, Fla.

Exterior of the Fort.

Residence of Loring Andrews, Esq.

President's Mansion, (south front,) Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Monticello, N.Y. [Mansion House, Monticello.]

East view of Mount Vernon mansion.

Exterior of rustic arbor.

Exterior, Mission San Jose de Aguayo.

Executive Mansion Front View.

Hon. H. W. Sage's Mansion, East State Street, Ithaca, N.Y. (W. H. Miller, architect)

The Adams mansion, Quincy, Mass.

Remains at City gates, Exterior, St. Augustine, Fla.

Exterior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

[Exterior view of an old church.]

The "Knox Mansion," Thomaston.

Arlington Mansion, Arlington Heights, Va.

Ladies' drawing room in the Fifth Avenue Hotel. Exterior of the Fifth Avenue Hotel on Madison Square New York.

Mr. Hecksher's, Orange, N.J.

[View of a Villa.]

[View of a home in Orange, N.J.]

Exterior of the Old Mission Church, Mission Dolores. Dedicated in 1776.

Exterior of the Old Mission Church, Mission Dolores. Dedicated in 1776.

The Presidential Mansion, North Front.

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. wall south of Wailing Place; b. Wailing Place of the Jews

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. southern face of south east angle; b. triple gateway in south wall

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. eastern wall near south east angle; b. eastern face of south east angle

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. part of Western Wall near Bâb-al-Hadîd; b. north wall at Pool of Bethesda

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. double gateway in south wall; b. west side of south west angle

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. part of springing of arch near south west angle; b. detail of masonry at Wailing Place

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : n.e. corner of Haram enclosure

President's Mansion, (from N.E. Drive) Washington, D.C..

The Stewart Mansion, N.Y.

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. east face of n.e. angle; b. Golden Gate from the north east

Exterior of the Haram-ash-Shárif : a. Golden Gate from outside; b. Golden Gate from inside

Residence of Mr. Henry Shaw.

[View of a mansion.]

Residence of Mr. Henry Shaw.

Exterior of M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Exterior of M.E. [Methodist Episcopal] Church.

Exterior view of the old Spanish Castle, 'St. Marcus'. St. Augustine, Fla.

President's Mansion.

President's Mansion.

President's Mansion.

Exterior view of the old Spanish Castle, 'St. Marcus'. St. Augustine, Fla.

[Men and women having a stroll.]

President's Mansion, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

President's Mansion, Washington, D.C.

President's Mansion, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

A.T. Stewart's Residence.

Inter-state Industrial Exposition, 1874. [Exterior view.]

Inter-state Industrial Exposition, 1874. [Exterior view.]

The Mansion.

Mansion House, south view. Druid Hill Park.

Exterior, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Exterior, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C.

Gov. Stanford's Residence, S.F., Cal.

Plate 30: [Bounded by W. 152nd Street, (Harlem River) Exterior Street, Fouth Avenue, W. 134th Street, Sixth Avenue, W. 133rd Street (Hudson River) Eleventh Avenue.]

Mt. Vernon mansion, west, or original front.

Mt. Vernon mansion, east, or river front.

Mt. Vernon mansion, west, or original front.

View of Exterior.

Steven's Castle, Hoboken, N.J. Home of Gen. McClellan.

View of Exterior.

Exterior of the Golden Gate, Moslem tombs in the foreground

Theatres -- U.S. -- Brooklyn, Academy of Music - Exterior view.

Exterior of Hammerslough Brothers Clothing Warehouse

[Plate 30: Bounded by W. 166th Street, Croton Aqueduct, Edgecomb Road, W. 155th Street, Exterior Street (Harlem River), W. 147th Street and (Hudson River) Eleventh Avenue.]

[Plate 29: W. 147th Street, Exterior Street (Harlem River), Lexington Avenue, E. 128th Street, Fifth Avenue, W. 129th Street and (Hudson River) Twelfth Avenue.]

Snow sheds, Union Pacific R.R. - Exterior.

Snow sheds, Union Pacific R.R. - Exterior.

The Mansion, Mt. Vernon, Va.

Mansion House Greenfield Mass.

Exterior, Hotel Oakwood, Great Barrington, Mass.

Woodbury Mansion, Portsmouth, N.H.

Plate 26, Part of Section 5: [Bounded by E. 67th Street, Avenue A, E. 76th Street and Exterior Street]

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