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[Group portrait at a campground.]

[Group portrait at a campground.]

[Large group portrait in front of a cottage.]

Interior of Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

Dr. Tucker's cottage, Cottage City.

Methodist Tabernacle, Cottage City.

Dr. Tucker's cottage, Cottage City.

Clinton Av., from Spinney's, Cottage City.

View of Chapel, O.B.

[View of a large cottage.]

[View of a cottage with people in front.]

[View of people in the Union Chapel.]

[View of the Monohasett steamboat at Oak Bluff landing.]

[View of cottages, with people sitting and standing.]

[View of cottages.]

View from Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard.

Sea View House.

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

Distant view of Sea View Hotel.

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

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

View on Broadway.

[Sea View House.]

[View of a cottage with people in front.]

[View of a large cottage.]

[View of cottages.]

View of Oak Bluffs.

Sea View House.

Sea View House, from O.B.

[View of benches under a tent.]

View of Sea View House.

Sea View House, from O.B.

[View of cottages.]

[View of a large cottage.]

Sea View House, from O.B.

From top of Sea View H'se, west.

[View of a cottage.]

View of Sea View House.

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

View on Trinity Park.

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

View on Ocean Ave., Oak Bluffs.

[General view of Martha's Vineyard.]

[View of beach cottages.]

Sea View House.

[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.]

View on Penobscot Ave.

[Beach view.]

View of Chapel, O.B.

From top of Sea View H'se, west.

[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.]

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

[View from a boardwalk.]

[Large cottage or beach house.]

Highland House, camp ground.

Island House.

[Large cottage or beach house.]

[Baxter House.]

[People gathered under a decorated arch emblazoned with the words "Clinton Avenue".]

[People sitting and standing under chinese lanterns.]

Oak Bluffs arch.

[Large congregation under a tent.]

[People in fron of a cottage decorated with bunting.]

[People in front of cottages.]

[People posing on the porch of a cottage decorated with bunting.]

[Baptist Tabernacle.]

Oak Bluffs wharf.

Looking through the pavillion.

[Group in the Tabernacle.]

[Gay Head lighthouse.]

[People posing in front of a cottage.]

[Group of men formally posed in front of large tent with sign that reads "Warren".]

Plank Walk and both landings.

Bathing houses &c. Oak Bluffs.

Looking down the wharf, Oak Bluffs.

[Cottages on Clinton Ave.]

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

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

[Group gathered in front of a cottage.]

[Twin cottage.]

[Gay Head lighthouse.]

Clinton Ave., south-west.

[Cottage and yard decorated with bunting.]

Blood's cottage.

[People on the beach and the plank walk.]

[People gathered in front of a cottage.]

[People in front of cottages.]

Blood's cottage.

[People on the beach and the plank walk.]

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

[Women, some with umbrellas, in the yard and on the balcony of a cottage.]

[Large cottage or beach house.]

[People posing under a tree.]

[People on the porch of a decorated cottage.]

[People sitting on the porch and in the yard of a cottage.]

[Croquet game in progress under trees.]

[People posing at a cottage.]

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