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The shepherd and his flock, sheep industry, Montana, U.S.A.

Lobster factory, Mt. Desert Island, Me.

Factory Point, from Mt. Equinox, Manchester, Vermont.

The Factory.

[Whip Factory, Lockport, N.Y.]

[View of the Factory.]

Putnam Machine Company's shop, interior view.

Machine filling bottles with milk, Buffalo, N. Y..

Old peg factory on Whetstone Brook, carried away in 1869, Brattleboro, Vt.

Engine room, mechnics mill.

Machine shop at east end.

Machine shop at east end.

Old peg factory on Whetstone Brook, carried away in 1869, Brattleboro, Vt.

Putnam Machine Company's shop, interior view.

[Interior with machinery.]

West side waterworks [interior views showing pumping machinery].

[Interior with machinery.]

Native American students in a saddle shop at the United States Indian Industrial Training School

The ways. U.S. Steamer Chattanooga. Hull by Cramp & Sons, machinery by Merrick & Sons, Philadelphia.

Front of saw mill and box factory, on Alex. Knox's plantation, Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S.C.

Railway machine shops at North Platte.

Putnam Machine Company's shop, interior view.

L.A. Morrison & Son woolen factory, Byfield, Mass.

Machine shop and shot park, Navy Yard Charlestown, Mass.

[Unidentified factory(?).]

Native American students in a workshop at the United States Indian Industrial Training School.

View of Rising Sun Polish Factory and black lead works, Canton, Mass.

Lobster factory.

Grist Mill; Box Factory and Dam.

View of Rising Sun Polish Factory and black lead works, Canton, Mass.

View near upper Axe Factory, Lewistown Branch.

[View of the lumber industry.]

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlston, Mass.

Everett House, looking North, from the Domestic Sewing Machine Cc's building.

Railway machine shops at North Platte.

12 inch shaping machine, traveling head. Bement & Dougherty, builders.

Machine shop at east end.

Payson's box factory.

[View of Hines, Newman & Co.'s machine shop damaged by flood.]

Everett House, looking North, from the Domestic Sewing Machine Cc's building.

[Exhibition of machinery.]

View of Springfield of the pistol factory.

Engine room, mechnics mill.

Machine shop, Lyndonville.

Penn’a Coal Co’s machine shops at Dunmore.

Ruins of shoe factory, Derry, N.H.

Lobster factory.

[View of an unidentified factory.]

Taughonic Falls, Old Gun Factory.

Mozes Crafts & Co's Shoe Factory, Auburn.

[Exhibition of machinery.]

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

Machine shop.

Machinery for compressing air, Hoosac Tunnel.

Machine shop, Lyndonville.

View of dam 1-4 mile above machine shop.

Machine filling bottles with milk, Buffalo, N. Y..

Factory at Ticonderoga, Lake George.

Engine room, mechnics mill.

Putnam Machine Company's shop, interior view.

View of Rising Sun Polish Factory and black lead works, Canton, Mass.

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

Payson's box factory.

Native American students in a workshop at the United States Indian Industrial Training School.

[Snow and ice on river, with parts of machinery against shore.]

Machine shop.

Augusta factory.

[Snow and ice on river, with parts of machinery against shore.]

Expert workman cutting leather, shoe factory, Lynn, Mass., U.S.A.

[Children in a boat in front of unidentified mill or factory building.]

Group portrait of Native American students on the steps of the United States Indian Industrial Training School.

Shipping beef to the Chicago market, cattle industry, Montana, U.S.A.

[View of the Factory.]

The shepherd and his flock, sheep industry, Montana, U.S.A.

Stereoscopic view of the Wilson sewing machine co.'s store rooms, office & ware rooms at Cleveland, O.

Ara Cashman's Shoe Factory.

Patent bolt and nut screwing machine. Wm. Sellers & Co., Philadelphia, U.S.

Ruins of shoe factory, Derry, N.H.

The ways. U.S. Steamer Chattanooga. Hull by Cramp & Sons, machinery by Merrick & Sons, Philadelphia.

View of Springfield of the pistol factory.

Native American students in a workshop at the United States Indian Industrial Training School.

View of Rising Sun Polish Factory and black lead works, Canton, Mass.

Machinery for compressing air, Hoosac Tunnel.

Factory at Ticonderoga, Lake George.

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

Expert workman cutting leather, shoe factory, Lynn, Mass., U.S.A.

L.A. Morrison & Son woolen factory, Byfield, Mass.

Machinery for compressing air, central shaft.

Engine room, mechnics mill.

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

[View of the lumber industry.]

Park of rifled guns & machine shop, Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

[Men in an unidentified mill showing belt driven equipment.]

Front of saw mill and box factory, on Alex. Knox's plantation, Mount Pleasant, near Charleston, S.C.

Stereoscopic views of the Wilson sewing machine co.'s office and salesrooms at Cleveland, O.

[Unidentified industrial building, possibly a shoe factory.]

Taughonic Falls, Old Gun Factory.

[Unidentified factory(?).]

Machine shop at east end.

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