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Anacampseros vulgo Faba crassci = Thelepium vulgare = Fava graisa = Orpin. [Ice plant, Love restorer]

Ice house [Three men at table drinking and smoking.]

Ice house [Three men at table drinking and smoking.]

Ice bridge no. 7.

Ice bridge, no. 14.

Burt's Dam covered with ice, Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

Ice Gorge at Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

Ice Gorge at Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

Burt's Dam covered with ice, Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

American Falls and Ice Mounds.

Ice Cave, front American Falls, Niagara, N.Y.

Indian ice tree, Niagara Falls.

Niagara Falls, ice bridge below the falls.

Indian ice tree and American Falls, Niagara Falls.

Ice scenery on Prospect Point, Niagara.

Ice bridge and mounds, Niagara Falls. [Hand-colored view.]

Winter sporting on the ice mountain, Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Ice Bridge below the Tower, Niagara, N.Y.

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Light house near Buffalo, N.Y. [Ice and ship]

American Falls, through Ice Arch.

Ice grotto in front of American Fall.

American Fall and ice bridge.

Statue Ice, under Horse-Shoe Fall.

Ice Bridge from Canada side.

Riding a horse up the Great Ice Mountain, Niagara.

Remains of Ice Bridge, below Goat Island.

Ice cave in front of American Falls.

Ice view, Niagara.

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Ice cave under Horse Shoe Falls, Niagara.

Ice mountains in front of Cave of the Winds, Niagara.

[Ice scenery at Niagara.]

Ice grotto.

Ice work. [Ice formations, Niagara Falls.]

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Remains of Ice Bridge, below Goat Island.

Ice bridge and American Fall.

Natural ice formation in shape of eagle's head, Luna Island.

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

Ice Grove, Canada side, Niagara, N.Y.

Ice Flow in the Hudson at West Point. [Winter.]

Buffalo harbor. [Boat and ice in water.]

Indian Ice Tree, Niagara.

Ice bridge, moonlight.

[Falls in ice.]

Ice mountains in front of American Fall, Niagara.

Transparent ice grotto.

Moonlight Effect. View from the Ice Bridge.

Ice mountains in front of American Fall, Niagara.

[Ice View. Niagara.]

Sunshine and shadow. [Ice formations.]

Ice Bridge, Niagara.

[Ice and snow scene in the Catskills.]

Ice Arch, Luna Island.

[Ice scenery at Niagara.]

[Ice and snow scene in the Catskills.]

Ice scenery in front of Horse-shoe Falls, Niagara in winter.

[Falls in ice.]

Ice Grove, Niagara.

Ice scenery in front of Horse-shoe Falls, Niagara in winter.

American Falls thorugh Ice Arch.

Ice cave in front of American Falls.

Ice Grove, Luna Island.

Clifton House, through Ice Arch.

View of staircase and trees with ice.

[Ice View. Niagara.]

Ice work.

Ice Grotto, under Horse-Shoe Fall.

Ice mound and American Falls.

Natural ice formation in shape of eagle's head, Luna Island.

[Ice and snow scene in the Catskills.]

Ice Grove, Canada side, Niagara, N.Y.

[View of falls with ice and snow.]

Clifton House, through Ice Arch.

Niagara, ice bridge and American Fall.

Ice view Niagara.

Remains of Ice Bridge, below Goat Island.

Ice work. [Ice formations, Niagara Falls.]

Broken ice mountain showing formation.

Riding horse over ice bridge, 1896.

Ice Bridge, Niagara Falls.

On the great ice mountain, Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

[Candle Ice.]

Ice scenery, under Horse Shoe Falls Niagara.

The great ice mountain, Niagara.

[Drapery of ice, Kauterskill Falls.]

Indian Ice Tree and American Falls.

Great Ice Bridge and American Falls, Niagara Falls, N. Y., U. S. A..

Ice bridge and American Fall.

The great ice bridge.

Ice foliage, Luna Island.

Niagara Falls from ice bridge.

[Ice and snow scene in the Catskills.]

Ice Grove, Canada side, Niagara, N.Y.

[Ice and snow scene in the Catskills.]

The ice wall. (Great Horse Shoe Falls.) Niagara.

[Ice covered ledge above the river, Niagara.]

[Ice View. Niagara.]

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