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The De Peyster mansion in Queen Street.

New York & City Banks and the McEvers mansion, Wall St. in 1800 the residence of Gen. Knyphausen during the Revolution

Apthorpe mansion

N.W. view of the mansion of George Washington, Mount Vernon

Old Kennedy house (Washington's headquarters) and Watts mansion

Governor Langdon's mansion.

The Laurel Hills Mansion

Pine Grove Mansion Point Road Built by Hugh Roberts 1743

The old Schuyler mansion, Albany, N.Y.

The Lardner Mansion, near Tacony, above Philadelphia

The first presidential mansion.

The Bayard Mansion where Hamilton Died.

The great room in the De Lancey mansion.

Delafield Mansion, 77th St. N.Y.

Mansion House.

The Boerum Mansion

Clendening Mansion betw. Bloomingdale Road & 8th Ave. 90th St.

Plate 5th. Mansion house (Bunker's), Broadway, New York ; Steam boat wharf, Battery Place, New York.

Modern mansion, showing the arabesque architecture of Cairo.

Old mansion house, Gowanus Road.

DAILY BREAKFAST [held by] MANSION [at] "[BUFFALO, NY]" ([COFFEE SHOP])

DAILY BREAKFAST [held by] MANSION [at] "[BUFFALO, NY]" ([COFFEE SHOP])

Hudson River. [View of the entrance to a house.]

"Upper Crust" House in Fifth Avenue[a mansion on upper Fifth].

View from Mansion house, north.

Lemon Hill Mansion.

Sweet Briar [Sweetbriar] Mansion, built in 1799 [1797] for S. Breck.

The Adams mansion, Quincy, Mass.

Corner of School and Federal St., the old Swasey mansion.

Grasmere Mansion, Hudson River, N.Y.

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y., "Merope" The Lost Pleiade in art gallery. (W. H. Miller, architect)

Monticello, N.Y. [Mansion House, Monticello.]

Grasmere Mansion, Hudson River, N.Y.

The McGraw-Fiske Mansion, East Hill, University Avenue, Ithaca, N.Y. (W. H. Miller, architect)

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y. Carved mantlepiece and tapestries in guest chamber. (W. H. Miller, architect)

Jeff Davis mansion.

Jeff Davis' mansion.

White House, President's mansion, Washington, D.C.

Presidential Mansion, Washington.

President's Mansion, Washington City, D.C. (south front).

Residence of Chas. Ray, 88 Prospect Street, Milwaukee, Wis.

Presidential Mansion, Washington.

White House, President's mansion, Washington, D.C.

East Room, Presidential Mansion.

Jeff Davis' mansion.

Jeff Davis' mansion.

Jeff Davis' mansion.

Mount Vernon. Main hall of mansion.

Arlington Mansion, Arlington Heights, Va.

Council Chamber, Wentworth Mansion, New Castle, N.H.

Commons, Greenfield, Mass., Mansion House at extreme right.

The Manitou mansion, at Manitou.

Parlor, Wentworth Mansion, New Castle, N.H.

Mansion house, from foot of Bear Mountain.

Mauch Chunk. View south from Mansion house.

Mansion house.

View south from Mansion house.

The Litchfield mansion.

Landscape view, from Howland's Mansion, Fishkill, Newburgh in the distance.

Landscape view, from Howland's Mansion, Fishkill, Newburgh in the distance.

Landscape view, from Howland's Mansion, Fishkill, Newburgh in the distance.

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

[Mansion House. Druid Hill Park.]

Mansion at Fairmount Park.

Mansion at Sweet Briar [Sweetbriar], Fairmount Park.

Mansion house.

Mansion house, from Bear Mountain.

Mansion house.

Mansion house, from foot of Bear Mountain.

Mansion house, from Lehigh Valley Railroad Depot.

The Litchfield mansion.

Mansion at Sweet Briar [Sweetbriar], Fairmount Park.

Lemon Hill Mansion.

Walworth Mansion.

Mansion, west front.

Mansion, Mount Vernon, Va.

Washington's bed and room where he died, (December 14, 1799). Mount Vernon mansion.

Mansion, east front, from S.E.

View from east front of mansion, looking across the Potomac.

Mansion cor. Clay and 12th Streets, Richmond, Va.

President's Mansion.

Executive Mansion Front View.

President's Mansion, (south front,) Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

[Mansion House in Milford.]

J. Carter Brown's (Providence) Villa.

Presidential Mansion, South Front.

(White House.) President's mansion, Washington, D.C.

Mansion, Mount Vernon, Va.

Mount Vernon. The Mansion. This was the home of Washington.

[Mansion House in Milford.]

View from east front of mansion, looking across the Potomac.

Mrs. Washington's bed-chamber where she died, (May, 1801). Mount Vernon mansion.

Mansion cor. Clay and 12th Streets, Richmond, Va.

The Manitou mansion, at Manitou.

Landscape view, from Howland's Mansion, Fishkill, Newburgh in the distance.

Walworth Mansion.

[View of the mansion.]

Schuyler Mansion, Schuylerville, N.Y.

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y. Carved wedding chest in Drawing room. (W. H. Miller, architect)

Interior of the McGraw-Fiske Mansion, Ithaca, N.Y., from back staircase to third story hall. (W. H. Miller, architect)

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