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Pl. 5. City Hall ; Pl. 6. Navy Yard, Brooklyn.

Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y.

U. S. Navy Yard, Charlestown, Mass.

U.S.S. Illinois and launch, Armory for Naval reserves, West 135th Street Pier, Manhattan.

U.S.S. Illinois, West 135th Street Pier, Manhattan.

Burns Brothers Coal elevator and U.S.S. Illinois: Armory for Navy reserves, West 135th Street pier, Manhattan.

Boston from the ship house, west end of the navy yard.

Commodore's Office, Mare Island.

The Barracks, Mare Island.

Street in front of the Officer's Residences, Mare Island.

Dry Dock, Mare Island.

The Office, Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Shipyards and Harbor, Newport News, Va.

Boiler Shop, Shipyard, Newport News, Va.

Machine Shop, Shipyard, Newport News, Va.

Piscatagua River and Naval Prison, Portsmouth, N.H.

Dry Dock, Portsmouth Navy Yard, Kittery, Me.

Main Office Building, Navy Yard, Portsmouth, N.H.

Doorway and Tablet of Peace Conference Building, Portsmouth, N.H.

Charlestown Navy Yard, Boston, Mass.

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Mustering Office.

Shell pyramids.

Dry dock, Brooklyn.

The South Ferry.

Fulton Ferry and Brooklyn, N.Y.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Brooklyn ferry boat, N.Y.

The old Vermont, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Fulton Ferry House, Brooklyn.

Fulton Ferry House, Brooklyn.

Brooklyn ferry boat, New York.

Lyceum building & Sailors' Monument.

Oxen on dock.

Boilers & iron-clad shop [ship?].

Ship house & torpedo boat.

Deck of ship "Tennessee", Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Brooklyn Navy Yard.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

New York from Brooklyn Heights.

The East River from the Grand Street Ferry, Brooklyn, E.D.

Ferry boat running to Atlantic Street, Brooklyn.

Looking down from the entrance.

Monument to the Officers and Marines who fell at the Barrier Forts Canton R. China, 1865.

Shot and shell pyramids.

Shell pyramids.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Sectional view, U.D. Dry Dock.

Receiving ship "Vermont."

View at Atlantic Basin, Brooklyn.

Fulton Ferry, N.Y., from Brooklyn.

Governor's Island, from Brooklyn, N.Y.

Wall Street Ferry, Brooklyn, N.Y.

View from the ferry house, Brooklyn, N.Y.

View from the ferry house, Brooklyn, N.Y.

America steamer, Brooklyn.

Receiving ship, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Scene in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Gun boat "Boston," Brooklyn Navy Yard.

Torpedo Station.

U.S Navy Yard, Washington, D.C.

U.S. Navy Yard.

Washington Navy Yard.

Metropolitan and Suburban Architecture, Scenery, &c., Washington, D.C.

Metropolitan and Suburban Scenery, Washington, D.C.. Navy Yard, looking N.W.

Navy Yard, E. Totherick, Operator.

Navy Yard, E. Totherick, Operator.

Gun Shop, Navy Yard, Washignton, D.C., U.S.A.

Breech Mechanism Department (Navy Yard), Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Breech Mechanism Department (Navy Yard), Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Breech Mechanism Department (Navy Yard), Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Breech Mechanism Department (Navy Yard), Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Breech Mechanism Department (Navy Yard), Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard, Washington, D.C..

Navy Yard.

Navy Yard, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Commodore's Office, Mare Island.

The Barracks, Mare Island.

Street in front of the Officer's Residences, Mare Island.

Dry Dock, Mare Island.

Brooklyn Navy Yard, Mustering Office.

Shell pyramids.

Dry dock, Brooklyn.

The South Ferry.

Fulton Ferry and Brooklyn, N.Y.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Brooklyn ferry boat.

Brooklyn ferry boat, N.Y.

The old Vermont, Brooklyn Navy Yard.

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