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Haines, John H.

Haines, John P.

Haines, John H.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Triton Cave, Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

View from the top of the Haines Fall, South Mountain in the distance.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

Upper Cascade (side view,) Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

View in Haines' Ravine.

The Cascades, Haines' Falls.

Haines Falls.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Cascade in Kauterskill Clove, near Haines Fall.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

View from the top of the Haines Fall, South Mountain in the distance.

Cascade in Kauterskill Clove, near Haines Fall.

Haines Falls.

Triton Cave, Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

Haines Falls.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

The Cascades, Haines' Falls.

Upper Cascade (side view,) Haines' Ravine.

Triton Cave, Haines' Ravine.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

View in Haines' Ravine.

Cascade in Kauterskill Clove, near Haines Fall.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

Upper Cascade (side view,) Haines' Ravine.

View from the top of the Haines Fall, South Mountain in the distance.

The Cascades, Haines' Falls.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

View in Haines' Ravine.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Haines, John H.

Catskill Mountain, Haines' Gorge.

Catskill Mountain, Haines' Gorge.

Catskill Mountain, Haines' Gorge.

Boarding House at Haines Falls -- Chas. Haines, Proprietor.

Boarding House at Haines Falls -- Chas. Haines, Proprietor.

Boarding House at Haines Falls -- Chas. Haines, Proprietor.

Cauterskill Clove and Haines' Falls.

Cauterskill Clove and Haines' Falls.

Haines' Fall.

Haines' Fall.

Haines' Fall.

The first white man's log cabin, Haines, Alaska.

The first white man's log cabin, Haines, Alaska.

The first white man's log cabin, Haines, Alaska.

Steamer Queen at Haines mission, Alaska, en route to the Klondike.

Steamer Queen at Haines mission, Alaska, en route to the Klondike.

Steamer Queen at Haines mission, Alaska, en route to the Klondike.

Haines Falls, Catskills, N. Y.

Wartime vacations; Sunday cyclists watching sailboats at Haines Point; Washington, D.C.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

View in Haines' Ravine.

Hanson Place Methodist Episcopal Church. Pulpit on the return of the pastor [M. E. Haines?] from his vacation.

The Cascades, Haines' Falls.

Triton Cave, Haines' Ravine.

Upper Cascade (side view,) Haines' Ravine.

Cascade in Kauterskill Clove, near Haines Fall.

Shelving Rock Fall, Haines' Ravine.

Haines Falls.

View from the top of the Haines Fall, South Mountain in the distance.

View from the top of the Five Cascades, looking down Haines Gorge.

Haines, John H.

Boarding House at Haines Falls -- Chas. Haines, Proprietor.

Catskill Mountain, Haines' Gorge.

Haines' Fall.

The first white man's log cabin, Haines, Alaska.

Steamer Queen at Haines mission, Alaska, en route to the Klondike.

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