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Christian Spring, old chapel.

Christian Spring.

Gemein House. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

First store in Bethlehem. [Pa.]

Widows House. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

First seminary. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Original Moravian store. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Moravian Church. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Calypso Island, Fountain Hill.

New Street Bridge views, Lehigh Canal, east.

Nisky Hill, view from Centre Avenue.

Union Depot, L.V.R.R. & N.P.R.R. Bethlehem.

Young Ladies Seminary. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Pleasure grounds, Young Ladies Seminary.

Bishopthorpe School.

View from Nisky Hill, east end.

Bear Mountain.

Flag Staff.

The Narrows.

The Narrows.

Mauch Chunk Narrows.

Inclined planen no. 1.

Looking north from U.M.C.

The start. The passenger cars.

The start. The passenger cars.

The start. The passenger cars.

Mount Pisgah Plane. Length, 2341 feet, 664 feet high.

Mount Pisgah Plane. Length, 2341 ft, height, 664 feet.

Mount Pisgah Plane. Length, 2341 feet, 664 feet high.

Coal breaker no. 8.

Coal breaker no. 8.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal mine no. 8.

Coal mine no. 8.

Panther Creek plane. Length, 1800 feet. Height, 225 feet.

Panther Creek plane. Length, 1800 feet. Height, 225 feet.

Panther Creek plane. Length, 1800 feet. Height, 225 feet.

Looking down Mount Pisgah Plane.

Bird's-eye view of Mauch Chunk.

Mansion house.

Residence of Hon. Asa Packer.

View of Mauch Chunk from Prospect Rock.

Mauch Chunk from foot of Mount Pisgah.

Mount Jefferson Plane.

Mount Jefferson Plane.

Mount Jefferson Plane.

View from top of Panther Creek Plane.

View from top of Panther Creek Plane.

Burning mines.

Inclined planes.

Mauch Chunk gardens.

Mauch Chunk and Mount Pisgah.

View from East Mauch Chunk.

Wyoming Valley House, Wilkes-Barre.

Mount Pisgah Plane. Length, 2341 feet, 664 feet high.

View from Mount Pisgah, south.

Burning mines: down the crater.

Group of coal miners.

Sugar Notch colliery.

View on Stony Creek.

Penn Haven planes.

The gem of the valley.

Log jam, White Haven.

Heart of the glen. [Glen] Onoko.

Lehigh Gap, south.

Lehigh and Susquehanna R.R. cut, Solomon's Gap.

Baltimore openings.

Baltimore openings, looking out.

Mauch Chunk and Mount Pisgah.

Mauch Chunk and Mount Pisgah.

Mauch Chunk Narrows.

Bear Mountain.

Bear Mountain.

View from Mansion house, south.

View from Hon. John Leisenring's residence.

View from canal lock.

Residence and grounds of Hon. John Leisenring.

View from Prospect Rock, north.

Mansion house, from foot of Bear Mountain.

View from Mount Pisgah, north.

Burning mines: down the crater.

Looking down Mt. Pisgah.

Looking down Mt. Pisgah.

Inclined plane. No. 1.

Turn Hole bridge and tunnel, Glen Onoko.

Christian Spring, old chapel.

Christian Spring.

Gemein House. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

First store in Bethlehem. [Pa.]

Widows House. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

First seminary. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Original Moravian store. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Moravian Church. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Calypso Island, Fountain Hill.

New Street Bridge views, Lehigh Canal, east.

Nisky Hill, view from Centre Avenue.

Union Depot, L.V.R.R. & N.P.R.R. Bethlehem.

Young Ladies Seminary. [Bethlehem, Pa.]

Pleasure grounds, Young Ladies Seminary.

Bishopthorpe School.

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