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68 CE: The Zealots institute show trials. They accuse an eminent citizen, Zacharias son of Baruch, of treason, but the judges acquit Zacharias.

The Spingler Institute for Young Ladies, Rev. Gorham D. Abbott, Principal [West Side Union Square]

Washington Institute and City Reservoir

Washington Institute and City Reservoir ; Hudson River from Hoboken.

Rutgers Female Institute, nos. 238, 240, 242, 244 Madison-Street, New-York, New-York

[Chatham Mechanics Institute?]. ALS to [the secretary] 1847 July 14

[Chatham Mechanics Institute?]. ALS to [the secretary] 1847 July 14

[Chatham Mechanics Institute?]. ALS to [the secretary] 1847 July 14

[Chatham Mechanics Institute?]. ALS to [the secretary] 1847 July 14

[Chatham Mechanics Institute?]. ALS to [the secretary] 1847 July 14

[Chatham Mechanics Institute?]. ALS to [the secretary] 1847 July 14

Dr. Kane's Arctic Dress, Smithsonian Institute.

Washington, from Smithsonian Institute.

Dr. Kane's Arctic Dress, Smithsonian Institute.

Washington, from Smithsonian Institute.

View from Peter Cooper's institute towards Astor Place.

Japanese Warrior, Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Peabody Institute, from Washington Monument.

Cooper Union [or Institute].

Cooper Institute, New York.

American Institute Exhibition (3rd Ave. & 63rd St.), New York.

Rutger Institute, 5th Avenue, N.Y.

Smithsonian Institute.

Physical lecture room, Institute of Technology, designed and directed by Mr. S. P. Ruggles.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Vermont Episcopal Institute.

Vt. Episcopal Institute with reflections.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Rutger's Institute, corner 5th Avenue and 42nd Street.

Smithsonian Institute.

The Art Institute, a noble and imposing structure. Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

Smithsonian Institute.

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Station M., New York City.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Smithsonian Institute.

Smithsonian Institute.

The Smithsonian Institute.

On Grounds of Smithsonian Institute.

Packer Institute, Brooklyn.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Japanese Warrior, Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Technological Institute, Worcester.

Bird's-eye view from Oread Institute.

Cooper Institute.

Packer Institute, Brooklyn.

Smithsonian Institute.

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass.

Smithsonian Institute.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore, M.D.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Coburn Classical Institute, Waterville.

Rutger's Institute, corner 5th Avenue and 42nd Street.

The Art Institute, a noble and imposing structure. Chicago, Ill., U.S.A.

Cooper Union [or Institute].

Vermont Episcopal Institute.

Smithsonian Institute.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Rutger Institute, 5th Avenue, N.Y.

Institute of Technology, Interior, corner Boylston & Berkley St.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

The Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Smithsonian Institute - Washington.

Smithsonian Institute.

Episcopal Institute.

Institute of Technology, Interior, corner Boylston & Berkley St.

Smithsonian Institute and Capitol, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

[View of the Smithsonian Institute. Washington, D.C.]

South Carolina Institute Hall, Charleston, S.C.

[Peabody Institute. Baltimore.]

Smithsonian Institute - Washington.

Cooper Institute, New York.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore.

Technological Institute, Worcester.

South Carolina Institute Hall, Charleston, S.C.

Smithsonian Institute.

American Institute Exhibition (3rd Ave. & 63rd St.), New York.

Deaf and Dumb Institute, Station M., New York City.

Japanese Warrior, Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

Episcopal Institute.

Institute of Technology, Boston, Mass.

Bird's-eye view from Oread Institute.

The Smithsonian Institute, Washington.

Peabody Institute. Baltimore. M.D.

Institute of Technology, Boston.

Coburn Classical Institute, Waterville.

Institute of Technology.

Institute of Technology, Boston.

Peabody Institute.

Cooper Institute.

Smithsonian Institute, Washington, D.C.

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