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Left side of grounds, looking from the top of new building, showing the Tripoli and Herndon monuments, observatory, gunnery room, old recitation halls, back of which are the old quarters, and the admiral's house.

Stereoscopic views of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay.

[The magazine at Old Fort Annapolis Royal.]

Walk in front of the superintendent's house, the admiral's, the porch of which is on the left.

Men on the deck of a ship. Line of shipboard cannons.

[The state capitol.]

In front of the chapel, showing the library in the background.

[The state capitol.]

U.S. Naval Academy [cadets in foreground].

Stereoscopic views of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay.

Mess hall in new building.

Part of the grounds in front of the superintendent's house.

[The state capitol.]

New cadet quarters and mess hall.

Right side of grounds, looking from top of new building, showing a portion of the officer's quarters, the chapel and library.

Interior of the armory showing rifles, cutlasses, carbines and howitzers.

The portion of the officer's quarters shown in No. 4 looking from the other end. The first is the home of the commandant.

[The state capitol.]

Left side of grounds, looking from the top of new building, showing the Tripoli and Herndon monuments, observatory, gunnery room, old recitation halls, back of which are the old quarters, and the admiral's house.

In front of the chapel, showing the library in the background.

U.S. Naval Academy [cadets in foreground].

Hillside house.

Walk in front of the superintendent's house, the admiral's, the porch of which is on the left.

Part of the grounds in front of the superintendent's house.

[The state capitol.]

Left side of grounds, looking from the top of new building, showing the Tripoli and Herndon monuments, observatory, gunnery room, old recitation halls, back of which are the old quarters, and the admiral's house.

Stereoscopic views of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay.

The portion of the officer's quarters shown in No. 4 looking from the other end. The first is the home of the commandant.

[Men on the deck of a ship. Line of shipboard cannons.]

[Men on the deck of a ship. Line of shipboard cannons.]

Mess hall in new building.

[The state capitol.]

[The magazine at Old Fort Annapolis Royal.]

[The state capitol.]

New cadet quarters and mess hall.

Walk in front of the superintendent's house, the admiral's, the porch of which is on the left.

Interior of the armory showing rifles, cutlasses, carbines and howitzers.

Part of the grounds in front of the superintendent's house.

[The state capitol.]

Interior of the armory showing rifles, cutlasses, carbines and howitzers.

Mess hall in new building.

[The magazine at Old Fort Annapolis Royal.]

In front of the chapel, showing the library in the background.

[The state capitol.]

New cadet quarters and mess hall.

Stereoscopic views of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay.

Stereoscopic views of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay.

U.S. Naval Academy [cadets in foreground].

Right side of grounds, looking from top of new building, showing a portion of the officer's quarters, the chapel and library.

Right side of grounds, looking from top of new building, showing a portion of the officer's quarters, the chapel and library.

Hillside house.

The portion of the officer's quarters shown in No. 4 looking from the other end. The first is the home of the commandant.

Stereoscopic views of Annapolis, Maryland, and the Chesapeake Bay.

[The Tripoli Monument with cadets in foreground.]

[A boat on shore, propellor visible.]

[A boat on shore, propellor visible.]

[Large house on grounds of academy.]

Steam engineering department [boys in front of].

[The Tripoli Monument with cadets in foreground.]

Officer's quarter's.

Students' parade, U.S.N. Academy, Annapolis, Md.

[Manicured grounds of U.S. Naval Academy.]

Conduit Street.

[A cadet looking at the Herndon Monument.]

[A boat on shore, propellor visible.]

Conduit Street.

Steam engineering department [boys in front of].

[A Japanese bell.]

[A Japanese bell.]

Officer's quarter's.

Students' parade, U.S.N. Academy, Annapolis, Md.

[The Tripoli Monument with cadets in foreground.]

Officer's quarter's.

Large house on grounds of academy.

[A cadet looking at the Herndon Monument.]

[Large house on grounds of academy.]

[Manicured grounds of U.S. Naval Academy.]

Steam engineering department [boys in front of].

[A cadet looking at the Herndon Monument.]

Students' parade, U.S.N. Academy, Annapolis, Md.

[A Japanese bell.]

Conduit Street.

Manicured grounds of U.S. Naval Academy.

Park and fleet of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

[Stern of a ship at anchor.]

U.S.S. Savannah.

Park and fleet of U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.

State Treasury. Annapolis, Md.

[Stern of a ship at anchor.]

Croquet ground and officers' quarters.

Croquet ground and officers' quarters.

[Street view of Annapolis.]

U.S. ship Macedonia, (French, English, and American).

Croquet ground and officers' quarters.

St. Ann's church.

State Treasury. Annapolis, Md.

U.S. Navy practice ships, Naval Academy.

U.S.S. Savannah.

Street view of Annapolis.

State Treasury. Annapolis, Md.

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