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View Little [Lehigh?].

Susquehanna Street and Lehigh River, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

View of Easton Pa. Lehigh River and canal with the Lehigh Valley R.R. from Mount Jefferson.

The residence and store of George Law, the millionaire, in 1836, situate on the Lehigh River, above Mauch Chunk, Pa.

View on the Lehigh.

Canal Bridge at [?] Bethlehem. [New Street Bridge at Lehigh Canal.]

The residence and store of George Law, the millionaire, in 1836, situate on the Lehigh River, above Mauch Chunk, Pa.

Lehigh Canal [dam's?] basin, Easton, Pa.

View on the Lehigh.

Lehigh Valley Views. Bethlehem, Pa. [View of Union Depot and the river.]

Mansion house, from Lehigh Valley Railroad Depot.

View Little [Lehigh?].

Lehigh River and rapids from Prospect Rock.

Mansion house, from Lehigh Valley Railroad Depot.

L. & S. R. R. [Lehigh & Susquehana Railroad] - cut, Mauch Chunk.

Mansion house, from Lehigh Valley Railroad Depot.

Lehigh Valley Views. Bethlehem, Pa. [View of Union Depot and the river.]

New Street Bridge views, Lehigh Canal, east.

View of Easton Pa. Lehigh River and canal with the Lehigh Valley R.R. from Mount Jefferson.

Canal Bridge at [?] Bethlehem. [New Street Bridge at Lehigh Canal.]

Susquehanna Street and Lehigh River, Mauch Chunk, Pa.

L. & S. R. R. [Lehigh & Susquehana Railroad] - cut, Mauch Chunk.

Mansion house, from Lehigh Valley Railroad Depot.

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

New Street Bridge views, Lehigh Canal, east.

Lehigh Canal [dam's?] basin, Easton, Pa.

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

Lehigh Gap, south.

Lehigh Gap, south.

Lehigh River and rapids from Prospect Rock.

LUNCHEON [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD [at] EN ROUTE (DINING CAR;)

DINNER [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD - DINING CAR SERVICE [at] EN ROUTE (RR)

DINNER [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD [at] BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS (DINING CAR;)

LUNCHEON [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD - DINING CAR SERVICE [at] EN ROUTE (RR)

DINNER [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD - DINING CAR SERVICE [at] EN ROUTE (RR)

DINNER [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD [at] BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS (DINING CAR;)

DINNER [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD [at] BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS (DINING CAR;)

LUNCHEON [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD - DINING CAR SERVICE [at] EN ROUTE (RR)

BREAKFAST [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD - DINING CAR SERVICE [at] EN ROUTE (RR)

LUNCHEON [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD [at] EN ROUTE (DINING CAR;)

BREAKFAST [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD - DINING CAR SERVICE [at] EN ROUTE (RR)

DINNER [held by] LEHIGH VALLEY RAILROAD [at] BLACK DIAMOND EXPRESS (DINING CAR;)

Map of New York showing Lehigh Valley terminals and ticket offices.

Map of New York showing Lehigh Valley terminals and ticket offices.

SECOND ANNUAL DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COUNTY PA BAR ASSOCIATION [at] "LYRIC CAFE DINING ROOM, ALLENTOWN, PA" (REST;)

SECOND ANNUAL DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COUNTY PA BAR ASSOCIATION [at] "LYRIC CAFE DINING ROOM, ALLENTOWN, PA" (REST;)

SECOND ANNUAL DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COUNTY PA BAR ASSOCIATION [at] "LYRIC CAFE DINING ROOM, ALLENTOWN, PA" (REST;)

ANNIVERSARY DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY [at] "UNION LEAGUE CLUB, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE);)

ANNIVERSARY DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COAL AND NAVIGATION COMPANY [at] "UNION LEAGUE CLUB, NEW YORK, NY" (OTHER (PRIVATE);)

SECOND ANNUAL DINNER [held by] LEHIGH COUNTY PA BAR ASSOCIATION [at] "LYRIC CAFE DINING ROOM, ALLENTOWN, PA" (REST;)

Newark, V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 46 [Map bounded by Runyon St., Frelinghuysen Ave., Lehigh Ave., Mapes Ave.]

Buffalo, V. 2, Double Page Plate No. 56 [Map bounded by Ladner Ave., S. Park Ave., Lehigh & Lake Erie Rail Rd.]

View of Easton, Pennsylvania, on the Lehigh River

View of Easton, Pennsylvania, on the Lehigh River

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