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To his excellency James Glen Esq. ... this prospect of Charles Town is most humbly inscrib'd ....

Amherst, Jeffrey. To Henry Glen

Amherst, Jeffrey. To Henry Glen

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Bradstreet, John. Albany. To Henry Glen

Letter to Henry Glen. Schenectady

Letter to Henry Glen. Schenectady

Letter to Henry Glen, Philadelphia

Schuyler, Philip. Albany. To Henry Glen

Schuyler, Philip. Albany. To Henry Glen

Schuyler, Philip. Albany. To Henry Glen

Schuyler, Philip. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lansing, John, Jr. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lansing, John, Jr. Albany. To Henry Glen

Gansevoort, Peter. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lansing, John, Jr. Albany. To Henry Glen

Watson, Elkanah. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lansing, John, Jr. Albany. To Henry Glen

Watson, Elkanah. Albany. To Henry Glen

Gansevoort, Peter. Albany. To Henry Glen

Van Rensselaer, Solomon. Watervliet. To Henry Glen

Van Rensselaer, Solomon. Watervliet. To Henry Glen

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr. Treasury Department. To Henry Glen

McHenry, James. War Office. To Henry Glen

Wolcott, Oliver, Jr. Treasury Department. To Henry Glen

McHenry, James. War Office. To Henry Glen

Fairlie, James. Albany, Assembly Chamber. To H. Glen

Fairlie, James. Albany, Assembly Chamber. To H. Glen

Fairlie, James. Albany, Assembly Chamber. To H. Glen

Fairlie, James. Albany, Assembly Chamber. To H. Glen

Schuyler, Philip. Albany. To Henry Glen

U.S. Treasury Dept. Washington, D.C. To Henry Glen

Schuyler, Philip. Albany. To Henry Glen

U.S. Treasury Dept. Washington, D.C. To Henry Glen

Tracy, Uriah. Washington. To Henry Glen

Tracy, Uriah. Washington. To Henry Glen

Lewis, Morgan. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lewis, Morgan. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lewis, Morgan. Albany. To Henry Glen

Lewis, Morgan. Albany. To Henry Glen

Scott, Winfield. Philadelphia. To Henry Glen

Scott, Winfield. Philadelphia. To Henry Glen

Scott, Winfield. Philadelphia. To Henry Glen

Scott, Winfield. Philadelphia. To Henry Glen

The musical bouquet. Come away to the glen. Cavatina. Composed by F. Lancelott.

The musical bouquet. Come away to the glen. Cavatina. Composed by F. Lancelott.

Map showing a part of Brooklyn, with pencil notation: "This shows the Glen Dale & East River & Coney Island Rail Road as filed in the County Clerk's Office . . ."

Minnehaha [Min-ne-ha-ha], Watkins Glen.

Through the spray, Watkins Glen.

Bastion Fall and Terrace Cascade, Kauterskill Glen.

[A couple relaxing on logs in Watkins Glen.]

Entrance gorge. Watkins Glen.

Pluto falls, Watkins Glen.

Looking ..., Watkins Glen. On the line of the Erie Railway.

Glen Cathedral, central view, Watkins Glen.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen.

Spiral gorge, Watkins Glen.

Entrance cascade, Watkins Glen.

Above the Glen White R. R., down Kittanning Valley.

Rebecca Glen, Rebecca's Bath.

Below the Glen, Pike Co., Pa.

Turn Hole bridge and tunnel, Glen Onoko.

Interior of Laurel Glen Mausoleum, Cuttingsville, Vt.

Stereoscopic views of Watkins Glen, New York

[VIew in Watkins Glen.]

Sentinel bridge, Watkins Glen.

Cavern cascade and long stairs, Watkins Glen.

Wondrous [sic] scene, Watkins Glen.

Suspension bridge, Watkins Glen.

View from stair case, Cuyahoga Glen, O.

Heart of the glen. [Glen] Onoko.

Dual Vista, Glen Onoko.

Falls of Onoko, Glen Onoko.

Pilgrim's Progress. (Views of Glen Onoko.)

[Rustic staircase, Glen Onoko.]

Horse Shoe Bend, from Glen White Road.

From the P. R. R. up Glen White Hollow.

[Rustic staircase, Glen Onoko.]

Rustic stairway, Glen Onoko.

Rustic stairway, Glen Onoko.

Above the Glen White R. R., down Kittanning Valley.

The Glen.

Old Mill at the Glen.

The Glen.

Glen Ellis Falls, near Glen House, White Mts.

Mts. Madison and Adams, from Peabody Bridge, Glen Road, N.H.

Glen Ellis Fall, Pinkham Notch, N.H.

Glen House, from base of Mt. Washington, N.H.

Glen House, from Mt. Wash'n Carriage Road, N.H.

Glen House, from summit of Mt. Washington.

Drawing Room, Glen House, N.H.

Mt. Washington, from Glen House.

Garnet Pool, Glen, White Mts. N.H.

Looking up the glen.

Glen House, from Mount Washington Carriage Road.

Glen House, Jackson Road.

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