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Live Oak Avenue, Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga.

Knight Templars, Macon, Ga.

Knight Templars, Macon, Ga.

New Masonic Temple.

New Masonic Temple.

New York high bridge.

Live Oak Avenue, Bonaventure Cemetery, Savannah, Ga.

Rope ascension, over Niagara River.

Table Rock, Canada side.

Scenes below Table Rock.

[Niagara Falls.]

Rapids above the falls, American side, Niagara.

Suspension bridge no. 63.

Ice bridge no. 7.

American Fall from Luna Island

American Falls no. 13.

View in conservatory, Fifth Avenue, New York.

Tip Top House, Mount Washington, N. H.

Dr. Kane's Arctic Dress, Smithsonian Institute.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Statue of Gen. Jackson, Washington, D.C..

Echo Lake. Franconia Mountains, N. H.

Terrapin Tower from below Goat Island.

[River and mountain, unidentified location.]

Mount Carbon fr. the north.

Horse Shoe Falls from Goat Island.

Below foot of Goat Island

Covered bridge. Niagara Falls

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Statue of Gen. Jackson, Washington, D.C..

The Capitol in '54, Washington, D.C..

The Capitol in '59, Washington, D.C..

Washington's residence. Mount Vernon, VA.

Ice bridge, no. 14.

Suspension bridge no. 9.

Lake of the Clouds.

Rapids rear of Cataract House.

Grove scenery - winter.

Horseshoe Falls, Terrapin Tower from ferryboat landing, G. I. no.22.

Horseshoe Falls no. 1.

American Falls from Luna Island.

All Souls Church, New York.

American Fall, from Lunar Island.

The Capitol in '54, Washington, D.C..

The Capitol in '59, Washington, D.C..

U.S. Treasury Building, Washington, D.C..

Below Table Rock.

General view from point view, American side.

Rev. Dr. Teny's church, Stuvesant [sic] Square.

Washington, from Smithsonian Institute.

Statue of Gen. Jackson, Washington, D.C..

Horse-shoe Falls - Niagara.

The basin. Franconia Mountain, N. H.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

R.R. bridge, 1000 f. long, Williamsport, PA.

Table Rock - summer. Niagara.

Catskill Falls no. 67.

View in a conservatory, Fifth Avenue, New York.

Portico of the White House. Washington, D. C.

Washington, from Smithsonian Institute.

Statue of Gen. Jackson, Washington, D.C..

View [?] at Niagara no. 69.

Luna Island scenery.

Passage under the great Horseshoe Fall - Canada side.

Table Rock from below, Niagara.

Dr. Kane's Arctic Dress, Smithsonian Institute.

American Fall from Luna Island.

Private residence - Hudson River.

Private grounds - Hudson River.

Tip Top House. Mount Washington, N. H.

R.R. bridge near Williamsport.

From Mt. Franklin to Mt. Washington.

U.S. Treasury Building, Washington, D.C..

Bridge to Goat Island.

Suspension bridge over Niagara River.

Terrapin Tower - Niagara. Winter.

All Souls Church, New York.

Cliff icicles - Niagara.

Horseshoe Fall, N. Y.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Bridges to Luna Island no. 14.

Meadow view: from Mineral Springs Hotel, Brunswick, VT.

[Hudson River, N.Y.]

Church of the Holy Innocents, Highland Falls, N.Y.

Looking up the Hudson, from below Cemetery, West Point.

View on the Hudson River. Hudson R.R.

Warwick Cemetry, New York.

Storm King Mountain, Hudson River.

[View of a residential street.]

Hudson River R.R. & Hudson River.

On the Hudson River, below Roe's Hotel, West Point.

Hudson River. [View near.]

Wine Celler, Pleasant Valley, N.Y.

Break-Neck, from near R.R. Hudson River.

Break-Neck, from near R.R. Hudson River.

Looking down the Hudson, from West Point.

Looking up the Hudson River, from West Point.

Burt's Dam covered with ice, Bellvale, Orange Co., N.Y.

View on the Hudson.

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