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View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in a rocking chair.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in a rocking chair.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in front of his house.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in front of his house.

Steamboat landing.

View of men and a child in a yard with a wood carving of a woman holding a pole topped with a weathervane.

The Civil War monument.

General street view.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

From the S. tower, looking north.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

View of a town across a body of water.

Nantucket from Brant Point.

Group posing on porch of large house, possibly a boarding house, with wagonette standing by.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

Orange Street.

Main Street.

Mrs. Enus Ray yard.

View of a street with wagons and carriages.

Group of children in front of a building.

Oldest home built in 1686.

Oldest house built in 1686.

Oldest house built in 1686.

Cor. Main and Ocean Sts.

View of a street with a few people standing in it.

Windmill.

Windmill.

Old mill, built in 1746.

Windmill.

Windmill.

People in and gathered around a wagon.

Sankaty Bluff--100 ft. high.

Cliffs at Sankaty.

View of a lighthouse.

Sankaty head lighthouse.

Sankaty lighthouse.

View of a lighthouse.

View of buildings at Siasconset.

Wauwinet House.

Capt. Wm. Baxter in his wagon, delivering mail to Siasconset.

Beach view with houses in the distance.

Siasconset.

Cutting in" the whale at the Commerical wharf.

Taking the blubber off a whale at Nantucket.

Taking the blubber off a whale at Nantucket.

Taking the blubber off a whale at Nantucket.

School of blackfish.

View of beached blackfish with some people standing among them.

Life saving station.

View of the W.F. Marshall wreck.

View of the W.F. Marshall wreck.

View of the W.F. Marshall wreck.

People on the shore looking at a ship.

People on the shore looking at a ship.

People on the shore looking at a ship.

People on the shore looking at a ship.

View of a ship on the beach.

View of the wreck of the "Minmanuett," showing spectators sitting on bags of coffee (its cargo) on the shore.

View of the remains of the "Warren Sawyer" in the surf.

View of a group of women sitting around a table with a stereo-viewer on it.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in a rocking chair.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in a rocking chair.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in front of his house.

View of the Hermit (Fred Parker?) in front of his house.

Steamboat landing.

View of men and a child in a yard with a wood carving of a woman holding a pole topped with a weathervane.

The Civil War monument.

General street view.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

From the S. tower, looking north.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

View of a town across a body of water.

Nantucket from Brant Point.

Group posing on porch of large house, possibly a boarding house, with wagonette standing by.

Bird's-eye view of Nantucket.

Orange Street.

Main Street.

Mrs. Enus Ray yard.

View of a street with wagons and carriages.

Group of children in front of a building.

Oldest home built in 1686.

Oldest house built in 1686.

Oldest house built in 1686.

Cor. Main and Ocean Sts.

View of a street with a few people standing in it.

Windmill.

Windmill.

Old mill, built in 1746.

Windmill.

Windmill.

People in and gathered around a wagon.

Sankaty Bluff--100 ft. high.

Cliffs at Sankaty.

View of a lighthouse.

Sankaty head lighthouse.

Sankaty lighthouse.

View of a lighthouse.

View of buildings at Siasconset.

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