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67 CE: As the Romans ascend the ramparts, the defenders of Jotapata pour boiling oil on them.

Plans and diagrams of various machinery for Olive oil mills.

Plans and diagrams of various machinery for Olive oil mills.

Episcopal Seminary Greenwich ; Oil Cloth Manufactory, Greenwich ; Fulton Market ; Penitentiary Blackwell's Island.

Oil painting marine, off Governor's Island, with view of the Fort, racing sloop, frigate, etc.

Burning oil tanks at Olean.

Scene on Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

View near Oil City, Pennsylvania.

Oil City, Pa.

Rixford oil fire.

Oil wells, Bradford, Pa.

Refining oil.

Union Hill, Cherry River, Oil City.

Oil wells and tanks, Bradford, Pa.

Tankage, west side, Oil City.

Refining oil. The agitator, or treating tank.

Scene on Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

Stereoscopic views of the oil region of Pennsylvania and New York.

Oil wells and tanks, Bradford, Pa.

Oil City, Pa.

View near Oil City, Pennsylvania.

Oil wells, Bradford, Pa.

[View on Oil Creek.]

Down from Cherry Run. [Oil derrick and bridge over the creek.]

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Oil tanks, Bradford, Pa.

[Drilling an oil well.]

Shipping oil, McElhany's Farm.

Oil room at Boston light from tower.

[Oil Well supplies stores in Rock City.]

Hollow sycamore, Oil Creek. [Group portrait of men and boys in the hollow bole of a tree.]

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Drake Well, the first oil well.

Old Boyd House and oil exchange.

Stereoscopic views of the oil region of Pennsylvania and New York.

[View of oil derricks in Marietta, Ohio.]

[Oil rig and buildings.]

Union Hill, Cherry River, Oil City.

Old Boyd House and oil exchange.

[View of a building surrounded by oil derricks and barrels.]

Scene on Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

Oil wells, Bradford, Pa.

Filling shell with nitro-glycerine, preparatory to shooting the well, oil field in Penn'a., U.S.A.

Filling shell with nitro-glycerine, preparatory to shooting the well, oil field in Penn'a., U.S.A.

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

Thoughts of home. [Portrait of two men in front of a tree, oil derricks in background.]

Shipping oil, McElhany's Farm.

Oil tanks, Bradford, Pa.

[View on Oil Creek.]

Hollow sycamore, Oil Creek. [Group portrait of men and boys in the hollow bole of a tree.]

[Drilling an oil well.]

Shipping oil, Story Farm.

Refining oil. The agitator, or treating tank.

Degree Oil Co.

Old Boyd House and oil exchange.

Shipping oil, Story Farm.

[View of oil derricks in Marietta, Ohio.]

Refining oil.

Congress Park, Bradford, Pa. [View down a street lined with row houses, oil derrick at the end of the street.]

Refining oil. The agitator, or treating tank.

Down from Cherry Run. [Oil derrick and bridge over the creek.]

Oil wells and tanks, Bradford, Pa.

Tankage, west side, Oil City.

Old Boyd House and oil exchange.

[Oil rig and buildings.]

Shipping oil, McElhany's Farm.

Oil wells and tanks, Bradford, Pa.

Shipping oil, McElhany's Farm.

Oil wells, Bradford, Pa.

[Oil derricks.]

Oil room at Boston light from tower.

Source of the world's most gigantic fortune, pumping wells in the oil country, Pennsylvania.

[Oil derricks.]

Congress Park, Bradford, Pa. [View down a street lined with row houses, oil derrick at the end of the street.]

[View of a building surrounded by oil derricks and barrels.]

Charging an oil well with nitroglycerine.

Scene on Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

Rixford oil fire.

Cottage Hill [Oil City].

Degree Oil Co.

Drake Well, the first oil well.

Charging an oil well with nitroglycerine.

Cottage Hill [Oil City].

Thoughts of home. [Portrait of two men in front of a tree, oil derricks in background.]

Burning oil tanks at Olean.

Refining oil. The agitator, or treating tank.

[Drilling an oil well.]

Scene on Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

[Drilling an oil well.]

Scene on Oil Creek, Pennsylvania.

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y.

[Oil Well supplies stores in Rock City.]

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y.

The oriental album: twenty illustrations, in oil colors, of the people and scenery of Turkey, with an explanatory and descriptive text. By Rev. Henry J. Van Lennep.

G. V. S. Quackenbush Dry Goods Carpet & Oil Cloth Warehouse. ; Rensselaer Iron Works. ; City of Troy [cont.]

Mill Property of E.M. & J.P. Noyes, Comb Manufacturers, Ferry St., near Suspension Bridge, Binghamton, N.Y.; Binghamton Oil Works, Binghamton, N.Y.

Woodruff and Rathbone, Dealers in Hardware, Stoves, Tin Ware, Bar Iron, Paints, Oil & c. Established 1849. Oakfield, N.Y. Office of A. B. Rathbone & Co's Nurseries. ; F. S. Hackley, Dealer in Boots & Shoes, Rubber Goods & c. Custom work to order. Oakfield, N.Y. ; Res. of Norman Drake, Oakfield, Genesee Co., N.Y.

F. C. Vandyk & Co. Upholsterers & Dealers in Furniture, Carpets, Oil Cloths & c. 298 Main St. Paterson, N.J. ; Continetal (Fire) Ins. Co. Assets over $3,000.000., Agents in Passaic Co., N.J., J. A. Morrisse, 278 Main St. Paterson. John B. Pudney, Passaic. ; Residence of Henry B. Crosby Cor. Broadway & Paterson Sts. Paterson, N.J.

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y. (Burned Jan. 5/[18]81).

Merchant's Gargling Oil Co's. laboratory and office, Lockport, N.Y. (Burned Jan. 5/[18]81).

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