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The piazza, Ft. Wm. Henry Hotel, Lake George.

Ottawa: 6 "young lady Sunday school teachers" on bank of river, one with parasol.

Group of Kiowa and Caddoe [sic] Indians, in native costume, confined in Fort Marion. St. Augustine, Florida.

Miniature yachts, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia.

Natural history society.

View in Central Park.

Natural history building.

Natural History building, Boston, Mass.

[View of a group of women sitting around a table with a stereo-viewer on it.]

[Two women in front of small residential building.]

[Women window-shopping at Barnard, Sumner & Co., Dry goods.]

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

Glendon House, help for the deserved.

Starting for Mt. Washington from Crawford House.

[Group of people in front of a tipi.]

Cathedral Woods, North Conway, N.H.

The Summit view from the road.

[Young ladies in the Park, Suncook, N.H.]

[View of women seated at a long table sewing.]

[Minstrel Show? East Jaffrey, N.H.]

[Group of people sitting on rocks, in front of a tent and a tipi.]

[Three women in small lakeside gazebo.]

[Group of elderly women and men on a porch, in Whitinsville.]

[Group of women in front of house (identified on verso).]

[Family outing.]

[View of some beach goers sitting on the rocks.]

[View of a group of women sitting around a table with a stereo-viewer on it.]

The Glen.

[View of two women at the Rocking Stone.]

Cathedral Woods, North Conway, N.H.

Gloucester harbor from Beacon Hill, with Ten Pound Island and Eastern Point light.

Group of musicians, Pittsfield, N.H.

[Decoration of the Plainfield M.E. Church.]

The Palisades, Hudson River.

Boomer's Landing foot of the Palisades.

Fallen fragments of the Palisades.

The Palisades from the Mountain House, New York State.

Palisades, looking south.

[Steamer Rusland.]

Palisades, above Fort Lee, N.J.

Palisades, above Fort Lee, N.J.

The Palisades, Hudson River.

Marble Quarries of the Prison, with Convicts at work.

Whirlwind gorge, [Glen] Alpha.

American Falls and Ice Mounds.

Congress Hall, Saratoga, N.Y.

Ice Cave, front American Falls, Niagara, N.Y.

Niagara Falls. [People in boat near falls.]

Indian ice tree, Niagara Falls.

Rochester Savings Bank.

Rocky Path, Watkins Glen.

Rapids and Goat Island.

Crystal Grotto.

[Gate and carriage way, Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls. Pedestrians crossing.]

Dining Room. 1st Division.

High Rock Spring, Saratoga.

[The Spouting Spring, Saratoga.]

The rapids (instantaneous), Niagara.

Rapids above the Falls, sunset effect.

Hermit's Cave, Goat Island.

Prospect Point.

General view from Victoria Point, Niagara, N.Y.

Niagara Falls, ice bridge below the falls.

Indian ice tree and American Falls, Niagara Falls.

The Lake.

Ice scenery on Prospect Point, Niagara.

View Little [Lehigh?].

Eve and the Serpent, in Eldridge Park, Elmira, New York.

Winter view at Niagara.

Horse Shoe Fall moonlight.

Au Sable Chasm. Table Rock, looking up.

Horseshoe Fall from below, Canada side.

The Church of Our Lady at Cold Spring.

Ice bridge and mounds, Niagara Falls. [Hand-colored view.]

View of Lake of the Isles.

Falls of the Kauterskill, Catskill Mountains.

Winter sporting on the ice mountain, Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

Horse Shoe Falls, Niagara.

Hudson River. [View of the Prison.]

Below Table Rock, winter.

Steamer ["Minne-ha-ha"] on Lake George.

Central Gorge and Jacob's Ladder.

High Rock Congress Spring.

Table Rock, looking down.

View of Lake of the Isles.

Music Pavilion.

Whirlpool Rapids.

Binghamton, N.Y., from Prospect Point, near Sunset.

Opera House [interior].

Whirlpool Rapids.

Prospect Point from the park.

The Grand Flume, Ausable [Au Sable] Chasm.

Watkins Glen.

Third or Mill Dam Fall.

Horse Shoe Falls.

Washington Spring.

Niagara, five feet of frozen spray on arch in Prospect Park.

Pappoose in Indian cradle.

From Tipped Rock, South.

Niagara River.

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