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Gay Head cliffs, Martha's Vineyard--(bird's eye view).

[Beach view.]

[Portrait of Nancy Luce, island eccentric, and her bantie hens.]

[View of cottages.]

Mattakesset Lodge, Katama.

[Gathering in front of a cottage.]

[Sea View House.]

[View of a cottage with people in front.]

[Large group portrait in front of a cottage.]

Gen. Grant's family.

[View of a large cottage.]

[Cottage decorated with bunting.]

[View of cottages.]

[People gathered in front of and on the balcony of a large building, hanging sign reads, "Wesley House ice cream".]

O. Bluffs landing.

[Interior view showing plants, flowers, lamp, and chair.]

[An interior view of Mrs. Erwin's showing a stuffed gull with a photograph in a frame hanging from its mouth.]

[Large cottage or beach house.]

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Pagoda and PL'k W'k, O.B.

Cliffs, looking up, Gay Head.

Moonlight on Oak Bluffs.

Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

O. Bluffs landing.

[Under the tent at the Methodist Tabernacle.]

Clinton Ave.

[Large congregation under a tent.]

M. Ames' cottage, O.B.

Plank Walk.

Mr. Terry's cottage.

View of Oak Bluffs.

[Group posed under trees at a campground.]

[Portrait of Nancy Luce, island eccentric, and her bantie hens.]

[Gathering in front of a cottage.]

[People posing at a cottage.]

[View of cottages.]

Kennebec Av., O.B.

Trinity Square, Martha's Vineyard.

Distant view of Sea View Hotel.

[People in front of cottages.]

[Cottage decorated with bunting.]

Martha's Vineyard at Oak Bluff landing.

[View of a cottage, trees in front, people on porch and balcony.]

Gay Head lighthouse.

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

Sea View House.

View on Broadway.

View from Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

[Baxter House.]

Cliffs, looking up, Gay Head.

Oak Bluffs wharf.

Sea View House.

[View of men standing and sitting in front of cottages, Sea View House in background.]

Island House.

Union Chapel.

From top of Sea View H'se, west.

[People on the beach and the plank walk.]

[Large cottage or beach house.]

[View of a cottage, trees in front, people on porch.]

[View of men standing and sitting in front of cottages, Sea View House in background.]

[Interior view of a cottage.]

Blood's cottage.

[View of a cottage on Sea View Avenue.]

[View of the road to Gay Head, showing a gate and stone fence.]

[Group gathered in front of a cottage.]

Highland House, camp ground.

Narragansett Av., Oak Bluffs.

[Gay Head lighthouse.]

[View of a cottage.]

Steamboat landing, Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Sea View House, from O.B.

From top of Sea View H'se, west.

[People promenading with baby carriages.]

[People attending a temperance meeting.]

[People in front of cottages.]

Sea View House.

[People on the beach and the plank walk.]

Clinton Ave., south-west.

[Cottage and yard decorated with bunting.]

Blood's cottage.

View of Chapel, O.B.

[View of cottages with Sea View House in the distance.]

[View of cottages.]

[View from a boardwalk.]

[View of a cottage.]

Plank Walk and both landings.

Dr. H.A. Tucker's cottage, Ocean Ave., O.B.

Mr. Sage's cot., yard, &c.

[View of a cottage.]

[Cottages on Ocean Ave.]

View of Sea View House.

Bathing houses &c. Oak Bluffs.

Looking down the wharf, Oak Bluffs.

[People in and around a twin cottage.]

[Cottages on Clinton Ave.]

Interior of Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

View on Penobscot Ave.

[Twin cottage.]

[Beach view.]

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