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New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

New Salem

Letter to Aaron Ogden Dayton [Salem, N. J.]

Letter to E[lias] H[asket] Derby, [Salem, Mass.]

Letter to the Selectmen of Salem

Letter to Elias H[asket] Derby, Salem [Mass.]

Letter to Elias H[asket] Derby, Salem [Mass.]

Letter to the Selectmen of Salem

Letter to the Selectmen of Salem

Letter to Aaron Ogden Dayton [Salem, N. J.]

Letter to E[lias] H[asket] Derby, [Salem, Mass.]

Pitcher, Nathaniel. Salem [N.Y.]. To Jabez D. Hammond

Pitcher, Nathaniel. Salem [N.Y.]. To Jabez D. Hammond

Pitcher, Nathaniel. Salem [N.Y.]. To Jabez D. Hammond

Pitcher, Nathaniel. Salem [N.Y.]. To Jabez D. Hammond

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

Time's Portraiture. Being the Carrier's Address to the Patrons of the Salem Gazette for the first of January, 1838.

MS bill for services rendered the United States by Nicholas Bovey, dated District of Salem and Beverly Port of Salem, Dec. 7, 1848; receipted by Bovey and attested and signed by Nathaniel Hawthorne as Surveyor.

MS bill for services rendered the United States by Nicholas Bovey, dated District of Salem and Beverly Port of Salem, Dec. 7, 1848; receipted by Bovey and attested and signed by Nathaniel Hawthorne as Surveyor.

[Intricate two-part carving in ivory: "Heaven and Hell," hinged together to close.]

Intricate two-part carving in ivory: "Heaven and Hell," hinged together to close.

Winter Street.

Peabody Academy of Science.

Peabody Academy of Science.

[View of an unidentified fountain.]

[View of an unidentified fountain.]

Court House.

Lowell Island from the willows.

Lowell Island from the willows.

Juniper Point from Salem Neck.

[View of a commercial street.]

Old Witch House.

Salem Common.

Floating piers, Salem neck.

Residence of John Pickering, Esq., Broad Street, Salem.

First Baptist Church.

Essex Street, Salem.

Salem Common.

Essex Street, from Washington Street, Salem.

Second Baptist Church.

Second Baptist Church.

Old church on Witch Hill, Salem, Mass.

[View of a tree-lined street.]

Plummer Hall.

Cottage at Harmony Grove.

Looking up Lafayette Street.

Entrance to Harmony Grove.

View of tunnel, E.R.R.

View of tunnel, E.R.R.

Market and Square.

[View of a church.]

[View of a man in a study.]

Salem Common.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Tall house, Salem Turnpike.

[Group of boys and girls in front of unidentified brick structure.]

[Colorized view of a garden.]

Floating Bridge, Salem Turnpike.

[View of a man in a study.]

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

First Baptist Church.

View in Harmony Grove.

Court house.

The Avenue.

Entrance to Harmony Grove.

Entrance to Harmony Grove.

Roger Williams House (Witch House).

Big tree, Boston St.

Salem Common.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

[Portrait of an unidentified woman.]

Classical and High school.

Heaven and Hell.

Snow views.

Snow views.

[Interior of the "marine museum" showing cases, bones and sculpture.]

Grace Church, Essex St., Salem.

Grace Church.

Christ Church, Salem Street.

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