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Letter to Polly Palmer

Letter to Polly Palmer

Adams, John. Philadelphia. To Polly Palmer

Adams, John. Philadelphia. To Polly Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

[Adams, John] Baltimore. To Honorable Joseph Palmer

Palmer, G. W.

Palmer, John M.

Palmer, John M.

Palmer, F. A.

Palmer, G. W.

Palmer, G. W.

Palmer, G. W.

Joseph Palmer.

Palmer, Thomas, ALS to. Sep. 7, 1849.

Palmer, Thomas, ALS to. Sep. 7, 1849.

Palmer, Thomas, ALS to. Sep. 7, 1849.

Palmer, Thomas, ALS to. Sep. 7, 1849.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Potter Palmer's building, cor. State and Washington.

Extension: Palmer House stable.

[Residence of General Palmer.]

Gen. Palmer's residence, Glen Eyrie, Colorado.

Phoebe's Arch, Palmer Lake, Colorado, U.S.A.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Gen. Palmer's residence, Glen Eyrie, Colorado.

Palmer Falls.

Dining room. Palmer House, Chicago, Ill.

Residence of Gen. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Residence of Gen. Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Phoebe's Arch, Palmer Lake, Colorado, U.S.A.

Palmer House, State Street.

Dining room. Palmer House, Chicago.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Up the Gorge, Palmer Falls, Hudson River, N.Y.

The Gorge, Palmer Falls, Hudson River, N.Y.

Dining room. Palmer House, Chicago.

Palmer House.

Gen. Palmer's home, Glen Eyrie.

Gen. Palmer's home, Glen Eyrie.

Palmer House, State Street.

Dining room. Palmer House, Chicago, Ill.

Palmer House.

Up the Gorge, Palmer Falls, Hudson River, N.Y.

Palmer's ranch.

Gen. Palmer's home, Glen Eyrie.

Gen. Palmer's home, Glen Eyrie.

The Gorge, Palmer Falls, Hudson River, N.Y.

Palmer Falls.

Extension: Palmer House stable.

Potter Palmer's building, cor. State and Washington.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie. Five miles from Colorado Springs.

Residence of Gen. Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Palmer's ranch.

[Residence of General Palmer.]

Residence of Gen. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Residence of Gen'l Wm. J. Palmer, Glen Eyrie.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Putnam, [George Palmer?], ALS to. Sep. 26, 1859.

Peabody, Miss [Elizabeth Palmer], ALS to. [n.d.]

Peabody, Miss [Elizabeth Palmer], ALS to. [n.d.]

Peabody, Miss [Elizabeth Palmer], ALS to. [n.d.]

Peabody, Miss [Elizabeth Palmer], ALS to. [n.d.]

Peabody, Miss [Elizabeth Palmer], ALS to. [n.d.]

Peabody, Miss [Elizabeth Palmer], ALS to. [n.d.]

[Abram F. Palmer's mill dam, south of Cornwall Plain.]

[Abram F. Palmer's mill dam, south of Cornwall Plain.]

[Abram F. Palmer's shop in the pines below, south of Cornwall Plain or Pine Street, Andrew K. Palmer, s[t]anding on the back shop.

[Abram F. Palmer's shop in the pines below, south of Cornwall Plain or Pine Street, Andrew K. Palmer, s[t]anding on the back shop.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer House.

Palmer & Bachelder's, Washington Street.

Palmer & Bachelder's, Washington Street.

Palmer's ranch.

Palmer's ranch.

Wâdy Amârah. Of Wâdy Amârah, some forty miles away from Ayún Músa, Professor Palmer says, 'There is no other water but this (at Bir Abu Suweirah, twelve miles distant) in or near Wâdy Amârah.' A proof that this wâdy is not to be identified with the Marah of the Bible.

Wâdy Feirân. Professor Palmer describes the walk through Wâdy Feirân, with its shade of palms, tamarisksm and sidr-trees, and with its running water, as one of the most delightful in Sinai.

Richmond, Plate No. 13 [Map bounded by Sharp Ave., Albion Pl., Heberton Ave., Palmer Ave.]

Richmond, Plate No. 17 [Map bounded by Heberton Ave., Anderson, Jewett, Palmer Ave.]

TENTH ANNUAL MEETING [held by] HOTELMEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT ASS'N OF US [at] "PALMER HOUSE, CHICAGO IL" (HOTEL)

TENTH ANNUAL MEETING [held by] HOTELMEN'S MUTUAL BENEFIT ASS'N OF US [at] "PALMER HOUSE, CHICAGO IL" (HOTEL)

THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] SONS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE [at] PALMER HOUSE [BOSTON MA?] (HOTEL;)

THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] SONS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE [at] PALMER HOUSE [BOSTON MA?] (HOTEL;)

THIRD ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] SONS OF NEW HAMPSHIRE [at] PALMER HOUSE [BOSTON MA?] (HOTEL;)

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