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Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Point lookout, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Gold Fish fountain. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Fairmount Water Works.

View in Fairmount Park. Tunnel.

Sedgerly [Sedgley] Guard House. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

View with a fountain, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Walk, near Entrance.

Fairmount Park. Carriage road to Lemon Hill.

Sedgeley Guard House, Fairmount Park.

View in Fairmount Park. Columbia bridge.

Schuylkill Falls.

View at Fairmount.

Water Works, Philadelphia.

Lincoln Monument, Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Side of Basin at Fairmount.

Mansion at Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Park.

View in park of Terrace Walk.

Philadelphia, Fairmount Park. Lily Pond in Pavine.

Fairmount Park. (Rustic summer house.)

View at Fairmount.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. Kane's boat. Deer Park.

Graff's monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Miniature yachts, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Lemon Hill mansion, [including view showing sign for ice cream].

Fountain. Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Arch at Fairmount.

Grant's Cabin at Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

In the New Park, Phila.

Fairmount from the Basin.

Lincoln Monument.

Fountain, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Iron Spring, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Boys coasting.

Graff's monument.

Children's playground, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Point lookout.

Side of Basin at Fairmount. (March, 1868).

Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Under the Arch, looking up the Schuylkill.

Bridge across Landsdown [Lansdowne] Drive, Fairmount Park, Phila.

Lincoln monument, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

View of Schuylkill River.

Sweet Briar [Sweetbriar] Mansion, built in 1799 [1797] for S. Breck.

Fairmount Park, Zoo. Llama ("Peru"), Phila. Pa.

View at Fairmount.

Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. Girard Avenue bridge.

View in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Mansion at Sweet Briar [Sweetbriar], Fairmount Park.

Cave in Fairmount Park.

View of Fairmount Park.

View at Fairmount.

Girard Avenue bridge.

An icy mirror.

Fairmount Park, Philadelphia. (Park steamer at landing.)

Statue of the Crusader.

Side of Basin at Fairmount.

The Reservoir, Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Locks.

View from Fairmount, Philadelphia.

Wire bridge on the Schuylkill River.

Terrace Walk.

Point lookout, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Water Works.

In the New Park, Phila.

Fairmount Water Works.

The Infant Bacchus [sculpture].

Fountain and Lake near Art Gallery.

In the New Park, Phila.

R. R. bridge & tunnel, Fairmount Park.

An icy mirror.

At Fairmount Water Works, Philadelphia.

Fairmount Falls.

The Schuylkill, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

View in Fairmount Park. New York R.R. bridge.

Fairmount Park.

Fountain, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

View in Fairmount Park.

Side of Basin at Fairmount.

Grant's cabin at Fairmount Park.

Grant's Cabin.

N. W. entrance.

View in Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa.

Falls Bridge, Fairmount Park.

Golden Fish Fountain.

New Gerard [Girard] Avenue foot bridge, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Water Works.

Gen. Grant's cabin at Fairmount Park.

Turbine Wheel House, Fairmount.

Lemon Hill Mansion.

Belmont Dell, Fairmount Park.

Point lookout, Fairmount Park.

Fairmount Park.

Walk entrance to the Basin, Fairmount.

View in Fairmount Park. Lower deck, Callowhill St. bridge.

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