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A map of the East-Indies and the adjacent countries ; with the settlements, factories and territories explaning what belongs to England, Spain, France, Holland, Denmark, Portugal &c. ...

Prospect of the european factories at Xavier or Sabi, from Marchais.

Africa: with all its states, kingdoms, republics, regions, islands, &ca., improved and inlarged from D'Anville's map; to which have been added a particular chart of the Gold Coast wherein are distinguished all the European forts and factories

Episcopal Seminary Greenwich ; Oil Cloth Manufactory, Greenwich ; Fulton Market ; Penitentiary Blackwell's Island.

View from the City Hall.

Straw shop in winter, Foxboro.

Large industrial buildings along the the river.

[Whip Factory, Lockport, N.Y.]

Hathaway & Soule Boot & Shoe manufactory, New Bedford, Mass.

Straw shop in winter, Foxboro.

Washburn Wire Works.

View from the City Hall.

Grist Mill; Box Factory and Dam.

Taughonic Falls, Old Gun Factory.

Peekskill on the Hudson.

View from the Terrace.

Straw shop, Foxboro, Mass.

[Factories and mills along the river.]

Straw shop, Foxboro, Mass.

Straw shop, Foxboro, Mass.

Fixby, Fobes & Co., St. Louis paper bag factory.

View from the Terrace.

Washburn Wire Works.

Taughonic Falls, Old Gun Factory.

[Whip Factory, Lockport, N.Y.]

Fixby, Fobes & Co., St. Louis paper bag factory.

Large industrial buildings along the the river.

[Factories and mills along the river.]

No. 2 Mill.

No. 2 Mill.

Grist Mill; Box Factory and Dam.

Peekskill on the Hudson.

Hathaway & Soule Boot & Shoe manufactory, New Bedford, Mass.

Straw shop, Foxboro, Mass.

[Factories and mills along the river.]

[Factories and mills along the river.]

Cohoes Village, N.Y. On the Mohawk River, eight miles from Albany.

Cohoes Village, N.Y. On the Mohawk River, eight miles from Albany.

View of Shelton, above the bridge, from Sugar St., Birmingham, Conn.

View of Shelton, above the bridge, from Sugar St., Birmingham, Conn.

[An industrial building showing water power.]

[An industrial building showing water power.]

Brigham Young's cotton and woolen factories.

The Old Gun Factory of 1812, Taughannock.

The Old Gun Factory of 1812, Taughannock.

Market Street, from Montgomery.

Market Street, from Montgomery.

The Old Gun Factory of 1812, Taughannock.

The Old Gun Factory of 1812, Taughannock.

The Howe S.M. [Sewing Machine] factory.

The Howe S.M. [Sewing Machine] factory.

View at Peekskill, Hudson River.

[A large mill building with two towers.]

[A large mill building with two towers.]

View of Peekskill.

Cold Spring.

View at Peekskill, Hudson River.

Cold Spring.

Nashua Lock Company.

View of Peekskill.

Nashua Lock Company.

Res. of George Dusenbury, Windsor, Broome Co., N.Y.; Dusenbury's Store, Windsor, Broome Co., N.Y.; Factory of Coburn Whip Company, Windsor, Broome Co., N.Y.; A.W. Coburn; Res. Of A.W. Coburn, Windsor, Broome Co., N.Y.

Mott's latrines for use in railroad depots, hotels, hospitals, aslums, factories, and other public institutions.

Lavatories and wash sinks for use in hospitals, asylums, factories, barracks, etc. Plate 1123-G.

[A factory at West Winsted.]

[A factory at West Winsted.]

Les ateliers de constructions aéronautiques Lachambre à Vaugirard, en 1883. Dessin d'Albert Tissandier.

Echo chimney, Boston highlands.

Echo chimney, Boston highlands.

A Phoungee school; Women cleaning rice; An oil cake factory.

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

General View Sewing Room -- Large Shoe Factory, Syracuse, N.Y.

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

DEDICATION OF MILL OF FALL RIVER IRON WORKS CO. FALL RIVER, MA; [held by] BREAKFAST GIVEN BY MR. M. C. D. BORDEN [at] STEAMER PRISCILLA (SS;)

General View Sewing Room -- Large Shoe Factory, Syracuse, N.Y.

Map of Newtown Creek and vicinity [and factories nearby.]

Don't pass me by like a stranger

Don't pass me by like a stranger

Don't pass me by like a stranger

Don't pass me by like a stranger

Don't pass me by like a stranger

Don't pass me by like a stranger

Map of Newtown Creek and vicinity

Views of Farbenfabriken vorm. Friedrich Bayer & Co. fabric and dye factories in Leverkusen, Elberfeld, etc.

Roll call. Dambatenne Estate. Ceylon.

National Tube Works Furnaces, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Tea factory, Bunyan Estate, Ceylon.

A Negro doll factory in Harlem which provides colored dolls for Negro children

Harlem River Bridges

River Scene

The original S. Brooklyn plant over 30 years ago

Lowering tubebundle into body ; Open condensers on test ; Heat-exchanders on hydrostatic test.

Joining flange and exchanger body with automatic welding machine ; Assembled bubble-column trays.

Motor-driven positioners save welding time, give better welds ; More kinds of welding positioners.

Vertical boring mills ; Punch presses ; MAchineing exchanger parts on vertical boring mills.

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