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The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, Schofield vault, temporary resting place of the remains.

[President Garfield's house in Mentor.]

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, Schofield vault, temporary resting place of the remains.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

Garfield memorial, Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, O.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, artillery men advancing for the corpse.

Garfield memorial, Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, O.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, catafalque, showing Perry Monument.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, artillery men advancing for the corpse.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, catafalque, showing Perry Monument.

[President Garfield's house in Mentor.]

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y. Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881.

Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y. Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881.

Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881. Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y.

Wilgus Opera House, Ithaca, N.Y., as draped at Pres. Garfield's death, Sept. 19th, 1881.

Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881. Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y.

Wilgus Opera House, Ithaca, N.Y., as draped at Pres. Garfield's death, Sept. 19th, 1881.

Garfield Monument and Capitol. Washington, D.C.

Garfield Monument and Capitol. Washington, D.C.

TWELFTH ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] OLD NINETEENTH DISTRICT [at] "GARFIELD CLUB; NILES, OH" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

TWELFTH ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] OLD NINETEENTH DISTRICT [at] "GARFIELD CLUB; NILES, OH" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

Apache chief, James A. Garfield.

Mt. Garfield and Mt. Lafayette from the Ammonoosuc, White Mountains, N. H.

Garfield's Tomb, Cleveland, O.

Garfield Bathing Pavilion, Salt Lake City, Utah

Monmouth County, Double Page Plate No. 3 [Map Bounded by Garfield Ave., Avenue D, Sandy Hook Bay, Central Ave.]

Garfield Memorial, Cleveland, Ohio

TWELFTH ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] OLD NINETEENTH DISTRICT [at] "GARFIELD CLUB; NILES, OH" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

Garfield Memorial, Cleveland, Ohio

Garfield's Statue and Memorial Cleveland, Ohio

Westchester, Double Page Plate No. 5 [Map bounded by Prescott St., Morris St., Highland Pl., Caroline Ave., Guion St., Chestnut St., Garfield St.]

Garfield Statue, Washington, D.C.

William Garfield Marshall; Wardroom officers steward, U.S.N.; Lost when U.S.A. C.T. Ticonderoga was torpedoed and sunk September 30, 1918.

Maj.-Gen. James A. Garfield

Brooklyn, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 20; Part of Wards 9 & 22, Section 4; [Map bounded by Sterling PL., Underhil Ave., Eastern Parkway, Prospect Park West; Including Garfield PL., 6th Ave., St. Johns PL., 7th Ave., Flatbush Ave.]

Queens, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 16; Part of Jamaica, Ward 4; [Map bounded by Jericho Tpk., boundary line of the City of New York, Hempstead and Jamaica Plank Rd., Cedar St., 1st St.; Mill Creek, Bartlett Pl., Garfield Ave., 11th St.]

Queens, Vol. 1, Double Page Plate No. 28; Part of Ward 4; Jamaica; [Map bounded by Broadway Turnpike, Vermont Way, tennessee Way, Dakota Way, Oregon Way, Idaho Ave., Wyoming Ave., Virginia Way, Alabama Way, Nebraska Way, Florida Way; Including Locust Ave., Merrick Road, Bertha PL., Baist Ave., South Side Branch Long Island R.R., Homestead Ave., Hunton Ave., Bay LisAve., Von Spiecel Ave., Garibaldi Ave., Chrystena Ave.]; Sub Plan From Plate No. 19; Idlewild; [Map bounded by Mill Creek, Brook Road; Including Garfield Ave., 11th St.]; Sub Plan From Plate No. 18; [Map bounded by Springfield Road; Including Clifton Ave., Carlton Ave.]

Queens, V. 1, Double Page Plate No. 24; Part of Jamaica, Ward 4; [Map bounded by Three Mile Mill Rd., Rockaway Tpk., Garfield Ave., 8th St.]

Plate 32, Part of Ward 3: [Map bound by State Line, Richmond (Shore Road) Terrace, Holland Ave, John St, Washington Ave, Irving PL, South Ave, Old Place Creek; Summerville - Washington Ave, South Ave, Irving PL, Garfield Ave, Dechen Ave]

Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y. Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881.

Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881. Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y.

Wilgus Opera House, Ithaca, N.Y., as draped at Pres. Garfield's death, Sept. 19th, 1881.

President Garfield's house in Mentor.

Garfield memorial, Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, O.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, catafalque, showing Perry Monument.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, artillery men advancing for the corpse.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, Schofield vault, temporary resting place of the remains.

Garfield Monument and Capitol. Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

The Garfield Monument, Washington, D.C.

TWELFTH ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] OLD NINETEENTH DISTRICT [at] "GARFIELD CLUB; NILES, OH" (OTHER (PRIVATE CLUB);)

Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y. Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881.

Funeral obsequies of President Garfield, September 19th, 1881. Presbyterian church, Sag-Harbor [Sag Harbor], N. Y.

Wilgus Opera House, Ithaca, N.Y., as draped at Pres. Garfield's death, Sept. 19th, 1881.

President Garfield's house in Mentor.

Garfield memorial, Lake View cemetery, Cleveland, O.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, catafalque, showing Perry Monument.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, artillery men advancing for the corpse.

The Garfield Obsequies at Cleveland, Schofield vault, temporary resting place of the remains.

Garfield Monument and Capitol. Washington, D.C.

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