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A view of Plymouth, from the beach east of the harbour-the oldest town in New England and landing place of the Pilgrim fathers.

An Indian at the burial place of his fathers in Stockbridge.

An Indian at the burial place of his fathers in Stockbridge.

Khwajah Mahomed Khan and son, Khuttuks. Afghan frontier tribe, Soonee Mussulmans, Kohat.

Colonel James Read, one of the fathers of the American navy, a son of Colonel John Read of Maryland....

A letter to his dad

A letter to his dad

A letter to his dad

A letter to his dad

A letter to his dad

A letter to his dad

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

The blow almost killed father

The blow almost killed father

The blow almost killed father

The blow almost killed father

The blow almost killed father

The blow almost killed father

Papa

Papa

Papa

Papa

The little room where baby used to sleep

The little room where baby used to sleep

The little room where baby used to sleep

The little room where baby used to sleep

The little room where baby used to sleep

The little room where baby used to sleep

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Just a word for father too

Mount Manresa [view of chapel in snow with Verrazano Bridge in background: info text on back by Jesuit Fathers]

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