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Vuë général de la ville de Paris, prise de la hauteur du village de Chaillot, d'où on découvre les Champs Elizées, le Palais des Thuilleries dans le fond, L'Hôtel Royal des Invalides, et autres endroits remarquables.

The Right Honble. John Wilkes Esq. Lord Mayor of the City of London.

The City Tavern, afterwards the Merchant's Coffee-House, west side of Second Street, above Walnut, as it appeared about the year 1800.

Mount Carbon fr. the north.

R.R. bridge, 1000 f. long, Williamsport, PA.

R.R. bridge near Williamsport.

The Minehill gap near Broad Mountain. Coal region near Pottsville, PA.

Jenks' Hall, Lafayette College.

"Kittatinny" House, W. A. Brodhead & Sons.

Pennsylvania Ave, Inauguration Day, A.

The woods to right from which 2d Mass. and 27th Indiana charged on the morning of July 3d, 1863.

Lower Tarr Farm.

Shaw Run trout stream, & trestle, on the Bells Gap R. R.

View on the Pennsylvania Canal from Rockwell’s Station on the Pa. R. R., looking east.

View from Mansion house, north.

Summit of Little Round Top.

View of one of the publlic streets and squares in Phila.

P. R. R. shops’ Altoona, Pa. interior of locomotive black-smith shop.

Bear Mountain.

Water Gap, mirror view.

From the top of Kittanning, east.

From above Allegrippus going east on the P. R. R.

[Pottsville Panoramic] View No. 2.

The procession moving on Broad Street.

Horse by Sir Walter, a son of Schaeffer [...]

Bishop's Mills on the Wissahickon.

Our Pennsylvania Boys as they appeared in the Great Dewey Parade, New York.

On the high grade above Altoona, looking eastward.

Marshall's Falls.

Winter at Horse-shoe Bend, on the Penna. R. R.

Mauch Chunk, Pennsylvania.

Chestnut Street, above Fourth, south side.

Mt. Pisgah Plane. 2322 feet long, 864 feet high.

Colliery, Schuylkill County.

Monument in Soldiers' National Cemetery.

On Catawissa Island, Catawissa, Pa. [Man leaning on tree stump, bridge visible in the background.]

Three-story frame house on terraced yard; people pose on porch; young man holds reins in one-horse carriage. Retaining wall and street under construction.

Girard College buildings.

Bridge at Megargee's Mills.

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

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

French Creek, Chester County, Pa.

Coal chutes, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

South College "Lafayette."

2d. Luth. Church Lancaster Pa.

Looking up the Susquehanna River from Wilkes Barre, Pa.

Breastworks on left wing, Gettysburg.

Colosseum. (# 5)

P. R. R. car shops, Altoona.

Summer house at lakelet.

Susquehannah [sic] Bridge from above.

Near Sharp Mountain Gap, Mine Hill R.R.

View from Battlefield Observatory.

View at Mauch Chunk.

Knocking down, breaking and loading coal, Anthracite Mining, Scranton, Pa., U.S.A.

View from the State House steeple.

Catawissa Island. [Rowboat on the Catawissa.]

Winter on the Bell's Gap R. R.

Front of Logan House, Altoona, Pa. Looking west.

Mine entrance at Hollywood Colliery.

Ruins of Johnstown, Pa.

"Old Mortality." Laurel Hill Cemetery, Phila.

U. S. Mint.

Colosseum. (# 4)

Susquehanna Street and Lehigh River, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Battle of Gettysburg July 2 1863.

P. R. R. shops, Altoona Pa. Looking through the lathe department.

Burning oil tanks at Olean.

View from South Mountain. Mauch Chunk.

Wissahickon Creek at Valley Green.

Battle of Gettysburg, Pa.

Entrance to Mount Vernon cemetery.

Walnut Street Theatre.

U. S. Mint.

Mansion house, from foot of Bear Mountain.

"The Switzerland of America," Mauch Chunk.

Roberts' Mill, Germantown. Built 1683.

Gemein House, built 1742.

Sayerman's Saw Mill, Catawissa Creek.

Coal mine no. 8.

Wissahickon Lane, above Ridge Ave.

Roaring springs.

Winter at Cresson, summer resort, on the P. R. R. among the wilds of the Alleghenies.

Chestnut Street, above Fourth, [south side].

Logan’s Spring at Tyrone City, Pa.

Lovers' Leap, Wissahickon Creek.

Incline plane.

Mining coal three miles under ground, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Christian Spring, old chapel.

[A house in Easton, Pennsylvania.]

Mercantile Library.

Smith's Island, Phila.

From Quakake. [View of railroad tracks.]

Filadelphia vicinity.

View on the Wissahickon at Ridge Ave.

Interior Moravian Church, pulpit. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

[View of bridge over the river, leading to town.]

On the Wissahickon above Ridge Ave.

Col. Russell.

Winter at Cresson, summer resort, on the P. R. R. among the wilds of the Alleghenies.

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