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These are the Sons of Los....

Femmina dell' Harem; Massa di granito.

Égypte Moyenne. 1.3. Vues de plusieurs points de la Chaine Arabique; 2. Vue de la montagne des oiseaux, et du monastère de la poulie.

Commencement of Passaic Falls

Passaic Falls

Deer Creek Falls

View on the Passaic River

Horse Shoe of Niagara from the Canadian side

General view of Niagara from the Canadian side

Extremity of Adley's Falls

Bridge and Hudson River near Luzerne

Commencement of the Falls of Canada Creek

View of the Natural Bridge

1. Temple près l'isle de Philæ. 2. Vue des temples del'isle de Philæ. 3. Rochers de granit près l'isle de Philæ.

1. Femme d'Egypte dans le Harem. 2. Roche de granit.

View of the Natural Bridge, Virginia.

Hadjar Silsilis

The Monkey-Pass, near Kurkh.

Pulpit Rock, Warwick, N.Y.

Pulpit Rock, Warwick, N.Y.

[View of sea with rock formation.]

[Views of rock formations in Deer Park near La Salle.]

Chimney Rocks, over-looking Hollidaysburg, Pa.

Bad Finger's Spirit.

Boundary cave, Pigeon Bay.

The Pictured Rocks, The Grand Portal.

The Pictured Rocks, Chapel Beach.

Miner's Castle.

The Pictured Rocks - chapel from the east.

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

View near Purgatory, Newport, R.I.

Needle Group, Witches' Rocks.

Giant teapot.

Pulpit Rock, in Echo Canon, U.P.R.R.

Witch Rocks, near Echo.

Pulpit Rock, Echo Canyon. Union Pacific Railroad.

Hanging Rock, near Echo. U.P.R.R.

Echo Canyon and Pulpit Rock.

Pulpit Rock, Echo Canyon. Union Pacific Railroad.

Negro Head.

[View of men standing on rocks.]

[View of two women at the Rocking Stone.]

Pulpit Rock, Nahant.

The Pictured Rocks : "the fireplace."

Interior of the Devil's Den, Hart's Ledge, No. Conway, N.H.

Monument Park, Colorado.

Profile Rock, Fall River.

Father Mushroom, Monument Park, Colorado.

Profile rocks, Pleasant Park.

"The Dutch wedding." Monument Park.

Quaker wedding. (View of rock formations.)

Mother Murhroom [Mushroom]. Garden of the Gods.

View in Monument Park, Colorado.

Monument Park.

Monument Park. The Sentinel.

[View of a river, with both banks, rock formations, and trees.]

Among the wonder rocks of Wisconsin.

Among the wonder rocks of Adams County, Wis.

Basin, Franconia Notch.

The lion's head, Boulder Canyon, Colorado.

Monument Park. Phantom rock.

Temple of Isis, Williams Canon.

Monument Point, looking East.

[Sandstone rock formations.]

The Colonnade, Monument Park.

Monumental Park.

Vulcan's workshop, Monument Park.

Ute medicine monument, Monument Park, Colorado, U.S.A.

Vulcan's workshop, Monument Park.

Ute medicine monument, Monument Park, Colorado, U.S.A.

Devil's Gate.

Phanton rock. Natural monuments in Monument Park.

Mother Grundy.

Vulcan's anvil, Monument Park.

Mother Grundy.

The Sphynx. (View of rock formations.)

Natural arch, Colorado.

Monument Park, 60 miles S. of Denver, Col. Ter.

Devil's Lake, Baraboo. Wisconsin.

Profile Rock, east side.

Turk's Head, Devil's Lake, Wisconsin.

Turk's Head, Devil's Lake, Wisconsin.

Among the wonder rocks of Adams County, Wis.

The Basin, Franconia, N.H.

The Cathedral, Hart's Ledge, N. Conway.

The Cathedral, Hart's Ledge, N. Conway.

Basin, Franconia Notch.

Pulpit Rock, looking up, White Mountain Notch, N.H.

Fourth Crossing of the Truckee River. 147 miles from Sacramento.

[Rock formations.]

Sawkill Pic Nic rock from below.

Cave rocks, East Caln Township, Chester Co., Pa.

Cave rocks, East Caln Township, Chester Co., Pa.

Pulpit Rock, Echo City, Utah.

Monument Rock, U.P.R.R. Weber Valley, Utah.

Witch Rocks, U.P.R.R. [Union Pacific Railroad], Utah Ter.

Witches Rocks, Weber River.

Witches Rocks, Weber River.

Pulpit Rock, in Echo Canon, U.P.R.R.

Finger Rock, Weber Canyon, Union Pacific R.R.

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