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Flour, feed, grain and plaster [mill.]

Flour, feed, grain and plaster [mill.]

[Construction of the skeleton and plaster surface of the left arm and hand of the Statue of Liberty.]

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade, looking north.

[Plaster model of an entablature.]

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.

[Plaster workshop : men working on models, including a Corinthian capital.]

[Plaster workshop : men working on models, including a Corinthian capital.]

[Plaster model of architectural decoration to go above a window, including moldings, a keystone decorated with a volute, and a lion's head.]

[Plaster models : the Fifth Avenue facade, a section of an arch decorated with oak leaves, a volute and a console.]

[Plaster models of architectural decorations.]

[Plaster model of a section of the Fifth Avenue facade.]

[Plaster model of tympanum sculpture.]

[Plaster models of a Corinthian capital and four versions of tympanum relief sculpture.]

[Plaster models : the Fifth Avenue facade, a section of an arch decorated with oak leaves, a volute and a console.]

[Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.]

Exterior marble work : plaster model of the south end of the Fifth Avenue facade.

[Plaster model of architectural decorations, and a model of the Fifth Avenue facade in the background.]

[Plaster moldels of moldings.]

[Plaster models of architectural decorations.]

[Plaster model of moldings.]

[Plaster model of the Fifth Avenue facade.]

Plaster model of Fifth Avenue entrance door.

[Plaster models of Arabic numerals in relief.]

[Plaster workshop.]

[Plaster model of a ceiling.]

[Plaster model of a ceiling.]

[Plaster models of decorated panels.]

Interior work : plaster ceiling decoration.

Interior work : plaster ceiling decoration.

[Plaster model of a dome.]

[Plaster model of a decorative panel.]

Interior work : plaster ceiling decoration.

Interior work : plaster decoration of a ceiling.

[Plaster model of a panel decorated with two winged nude female figures, cornucopias and leaves.]

[Plaster model of a panel decorated with winged female figures, fruit, foliage, and a satyr's head.]

[Plaster model of a fireplace and a dedicatory panel, for the Trustees Room.]

[Plaster model of a panel decorated with two cherubs and foliage.]

[Plaster model of a panel decorated with a winged nude female figure and leaves.]

At the Plaster Mill, New Brighton, Staten Island

[Plaster model of part of a niche.]

[Plaster model of the Astor Hall ceiling.]

[Plaster models of a lion's head.]

[Plaster model of part of a niche.]

[Plaster model of a console.]

[Plaster model of architectural detail above an arch, including moldings, a keystone decorated with a volute, and a lion's head.]

[Plaster model of a Corinthian capital.]

[Plaster workshop.]

[Plaster model of a Corinthian capital.]

[Plaster model of architectural decoration, including the head of Athena adorning a volute.]

[Plaster models of consoles and architectural decorations.]

[Plaster models of a lion's head.]

[Plaster model of the Fifth Avenue facade.]

[Plaster model of a Corinthian capital.]

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