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Rustic Walk, Annin's Grove, Caledonia, N.Y.

The Lake and Rustic Bridge.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park.

Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park, N.Y.

Central Park, N.Y. [Rustic arbor, interior.]

Rustic shelter, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic steps, near the Play Ground, Central Park.

Rustic Arch in the Ramble.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Interior view.]

Rustic Arbor.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park, N.Y.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Detail.]

Rustic bridge near lake.

Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic shelter in the Ramble.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic Bridge in the Ramble.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic arbor.

Fairmount Park. (Rustic summer house.)

Rustic Bridge, Union Park.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Interior view.]

Central Park, New York. [Rustic Bridge]

Rustic arbor, Central Park, New York, U.S.A.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Front view.]

Rustic arbor near Belvedere.

Rustic Bridge.

[Rustic Bridge, Central Park, New York.]

Rustic arbor.

Rustic shelter near the entrance.

[Rustic staircase, Glen Onoko.]

Rustic stairway, Glen Onoko.

Rustic stairway, Glen Onoko.

[Rustic staircase, Glen Onoko.]

Rustic Bridge, Sleepy Hollow. Scene of Washington Irving's 'Headless Man.'

Vase of flowers on the Rustic Bridge.

Vase of flowers on the Rustic Bridge.

Rustic Arbor, Boston Public Garden.

Central Park, Rustic Bridge.

Rustic rest.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic arch in the Ramble.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Detail.]

[Rustic arbor.]

Rustic summer house, Central Park, N.Y. [Women and children in the arbor.]

Rustic summer house, Central Park, N.Y. [Interior view.]

Rustic Bridge in the Ramble.

Rustic Arbor, Boston Public Garden.

Central Park, Rustic Bridge.

Rustic arbor, Boston Public Garden.

[Rustic bridge.]

Rustic seat, Ross Park.

Rustic Bridge, Union Park.

Rustic bridge in square, Cleveland.

[Rustic stairs.]

Rustic Arbor, Prospect Park, N.Y.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic Bridge near the lake.

Rustic rest, Central Park.

Rustic Bridge, near the Upper Lake.

[Rustic Bridge, Central Park.]

Art and landscape scenery, Central Park, N.Y. Rustic arbor.

Rustic arbor near Belvedere.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park.

Rustic Bridge in the Ramble.

Rustic seat near Dairy Cottage.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic Bridge near the lake.

Rustic Arch in the Ramble.

Rustic Arbor, Prospect Park, N.Y.

Rustic rest, Central Park.

Rustic rest, Central Park.

Rustic Arbor.

Central Park, Rustic Bridge.

Rustic Bridge, Sleepy Hollow. Scene of Washington Irving's 'Headless Man.'

Rustic bridge, Glen Cathedral.

Rustic seat, old cannon and graves, Dayton soldier's home.

Rustic shelter, Central Park, N.Y.

Central Park, Rustic bridge.

Rustic Arbor, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park, N.Y.

The Rustic Arbor.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park.

Rustic rest, Central Park.

[Rustic Bridge, Central Park, New York.]

Central Park, N.Y. [Rustic arbor, interior.]

Rustic steps, near the Play Ground, Central Park.

Rustic bridge near lake.

Rustic summer house, Prospect Park, Brooklyn.

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

Rustic arbor.

Central Park, [Rustic Bridge].

The Rustic Arbor.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Interior view.]

Rustic Bridge, Central Park.

Rustic Bridge, Central Park, N.Y.

[Rustic arbor, near the play-ground, Central Park. Front view.]

Rustic arbor, Central Park, N.Y.

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