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Letter to Joseph E. Sprague, Salem [Mass.]

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

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

View of Salem, Mass. ; View of Lynn Mass. ; View of Beverly, Mass. ; View of Danvers, Mass.

Salem, from the lookout on Witches' Hill.

Salem, Mass.

[View of a tree-lined street.]

[View of a church.]

Market and Square.

Essex Street, Salem.

Old Witch House.

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

Essex Street, from Washington Street, Salem.

Looking up Lafayette Street.

First Baptist Church.

[View of an unidentified fountain.]

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

[Colorized view of a garden.]

Second Baptist Church.

[View of an unidentified fountain.]

Tall house, Salem Turnpike.

Second Baptist Church.

Court House.

Juniper Point from Salem Neck.

Lowell Island from the willows.

Cottage at Harmony Grove.

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

Lowell Island from the willows.

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

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

Salem Common.

Old church on Witch Hill, Salem, Mass.

View of tunnel, E.R.R.

Peabody Academy of Science.

View of tunnel, E.R.R.

Entrance to Harmony Grove.

Salem Common.

Floating piers, Salem neck.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

[View of a commercial street.]

Salem Common.

Peabody Academy of Science.

[View of a man in a study.]

Winter Street.

Plummer Hall.

Plummer Hall.

Chestnut St.

Essex Street, Salem.

East India Marine Hall and general view.

City Hall.

[Back of the Witch House.]

Court house.

Roger Williams' Church.

Floating piers, Salem neck.

Entrance to Harmony Grove.

Juniper Point, Salem Neck.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

[View of an unidentified half-timbered building with a tower.]

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

City Hall.

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

[View of a tree-lined street.]

Salem Common.

Grace Church.

Heaven and Hell.

Cottage at Harmony Grove.

View in Harmony Grove.

[View of an unidentified building.]

North Bridge, Salem.

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

The Avenue.

Classical and High school.

Summer Street from Essex.

Snow views.

Old Witch House, Salem, Mass.

Snow views.

Floating Bridge, Salem Turnpike.

[Portrait of an unidentified woman.]

Essex Street, from Washington Street, Salem.

[A group of students on the steps of their school.]

[A group of students on the steps of their school.]

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

Roger Williams House (Witch House).

Grace Church, Essex St., Salem.

Entrance to Harmony Grove.

[A group of students on the steps of their school.]

First Baptist Church.

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

Big tree, Boston St.

Chestnut Street.

Court House.

Playing croquet.

[View of a man in a study.]

[Group on the porch of a cottage.]

[People on the rocks and in a boat at Salem Neck.]

[A group of students on the steps of their school.]

Grace Church.

Juniper Point, White Island.

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