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Vestiggi d' antichi edifici.

Modnoe ezhemi︠e︡si︠a︡chnoe izdanīe no. 3 front cover

Phoenix dactylifera = Palmier-Dattier. [Date palm]

[Cluster of date palms.]

Phoenix Dactylifera = Palmier-Dattier. [Date palm]

Chamærops humilis = Palmiste éventail. [European fan palm]

Botanique. Palmier Doum [Cucifera thebaïca]. Détails de la feuille et de la grappe.

Botanique. Palmier Doum (Cucifera thebaïca). 1. VUe de palmier de la thébaïde appellé Doum; 2-6. Détails de la fructification.

Erment [Armant] (Hermonthis). Vue du temple prise au nord-ouest.

Memphis. Vue des ruines, prise du sud-est.

Overflowing of the Nile.

Exterior view of the two temples at Ybsambul [Abu Sunbul].

Temple of Dakke [el-Dakka] in Nubia.

Escalier sur le Mont Horeb (Sinaï); Palmier sauvage (Sinaï).

Cocotier barrigudo (ventrû).

Bouquet de palmiers

The hypaethral temple at Philae, called the Bed of the Pharoah

Siege of the city. Warriors cutting down palm trees. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

The king returning from battle. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik]

Nouvelle Calédonie : grande case indigène sur le chemin de ballade à Poepo.

Haute Égypte. Palmiers doums.

Haute Égypte. Bois de dattiers et de palmiers doums.

Coconuts at Jupiter.

View of Lake Griffin.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George Island, Florida. [#481]

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George, Fla.

View of Lake Griffin.

View of Lake Griffin.

Palms at the Shaw's Garden, Mo.

Palms.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George, Fla. [No. 13].

Camping in Palmetto Forest, Florida.

Palmettos, Fort George.

Coconut palms in fruit.

Indian River at Rockledge.

St. Francis St., with date palms.

Palms at the Shaw's Garden, Mo.

Sago palm, Fernandina, Florida.

Under the cocoanut [coconut] trees, Fla.

Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Florida.

Sago palm, Fernandina, Florida.

Under the cocoanut [coconut] trees, Fla.

St. Francis St., with date palms.

Coconut palms in fruit.

Palm grove, Napipi Grove.

[A view of] date palms, Queens Hospital, Honolulu.

View of Lake Griffin.

A beautiful street in Sacramento, California.

Palms.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George, Fla. [No. 13].

Camping in Palmetto Forest, Florida.

[View of a street with coconut palms on both sides.]

Coconuts at Jupiter.

A beautiful street in Sacramento, California.

Hotel Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, Florida.

Indian River at Rockledge.

Palm grove, Napipi Grove.

Oaks and palmetos, Fort George, Florida.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George Island, Florida. [#481]

[View of a street with coconut palms on both sides.]

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George, Fla.

[A view of] date palms, Queens Hospital, Honolulu.

Palmettos, Fort George.

Oaks and palmetos, Fort George, Florida.

Inundation du Nil et palmiers.

Louxor: pendant le inondation

Village de Karnak

Louxor

N° 785 Nil de Boulak Caire

Village de Karnak

Group of palms, Island of Philæ

View in the wilderness of Sinai

Doum palm, and ruined mosque

Group of Palmettos.

Fig, palmetto and cedar. Florida.

Group of Palmettos.

Group of Palmettos.

Group of Palmettos.

St. Francis Street.

Fig, palmetto and cedar. Florida.

St. Francis Street, St. Augustine, Florida.

Group of Palmettos.

Group of Palmettos.

St. Francis Street, St. Augustine, Florida.

St. Francis Street.

Camping out in Florida. The palmetto hut.

Camping out in Florida. The palmetto hut.

Palmetto on St. John's.

Silver Springs on the Oklawaha River.

Grecian Bend, Oklawaha River, Fla.

Palmetto trees at Fort George, Florida.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George Island.

Cocoanut showing fruit.

Rear View, Residence of Prof. & Mrs. H. B. Stowe.

Date Palm. Estate of M.J. Brown, Esq.

Palmetto Avenue, Fort George Island.

Date Palm, Residence of M.J. Brown, Esq. A.

[The Palmetto.]

Rear View, Residence of Prof. & Mrs. H. B. Stowe.

Date Palm, Estate of M. J. Brown, Esq.

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