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Pathway leading to Devil's Den, New Durham, N.H.

Broken rocks near Pathway.

[View of pathway and seats, Central Park.]

Pathway leading to Devil's Den, New Durham, N.H.

[Pathway made through deep snow.]

Central Park, N.Y. [View of Cleopatra's Needle, with horse cart on pathway.]

[Pathway leading to a pavilion.]

[View of arbor and pathway.]

[Pathway leading to a pavilion.]

Central Park, N.Y. [View of Cleopatra's Needle, with horse cart on pathway.]

Broken rocks near Pathway.

[Pathway to a home.]

[Pathway to a home.]

[View of arbor and pathway.]

[View of pathway and seats, Central Park.]

[Pathway made through deep snow.]

[Tree-lined pathway to a church, Canandaigua.]

[Tree-lined pathway to a church, Canandaigua.]

Pathway scene near the Summit.

Ocean Pathway, looking towards Ocean.

Ocean Pathway, looking West.

Pathway scene near the Summit.

Ocean Pathway, looking West.

Ocean Pathway, looking towards Ocean.

Convent of the Mullawîyeh, or dancing dervishes, Tripoli, with a distant view of the snow crowned summits of Lebanon. In the foreground flows the Kadîsha (the sacred river), called also Nahr Abû Ali. On the pathway may be seen a water-wheel and two millst

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

The beautiful pathway that led to the kingdom called home

Pathway and Lilacs, Arnold Arboretum, Boston, Mass.

Pathway and Wild Roses, Arnold Arboretum, Boston, Mass.

A Pathway to the Villa, Notre Dame Convent. Staten Island

Lavelle Hall, Notre Dame School, Staten Island, N.Y. [pathway with arbor and students on bench, building in background]

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