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View from Lewiston Mountain, looking towards Lake Ontario.

The American Fall, from the Canadian side.

Horse Shoe or American Fall, from Canadian side with Terrapin Tower.

Minnehaha [Min-ne-ha-ha], Watkins Glen.

[Second or High Fall?.]

Sparkling crystals on every bough. [Winter scene, Niagara Falls.]

Sherman Falls. Full view.

Table Rock from below, Niagara, N.Y.

Through the spray, Watkins Glen.

Suspension Bridge from below the falls.

The Falls, from Point View, American side.

The "Devil's Covered Way," Ausable Chasm, N.Y.

[A couple relaxing on logs in Watkins Glen.]

Entrance gorge. Watkins Glen.

The merry rapids, Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls.

Terrapin Tower and Horse Shoe Fall, from Goat Island.

Seneca Lake, from Glenwood Heights, Watkins, N.Y.

Whirlwind gorge.

Pluto falls, Watkins Glen.

Looking ..., Watkins Glen. On the line of the Erie Railway.

View from under the Suspension Bridge. The Falls in the distance.

Glen Cathedral, central view, Watkins Glen.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen.

Goat Island, from Terrapin Rock, Niagara.

[Falls in ice.]

The Rapids, looking towards the Three Sisters.

Spiral gorge, Watkins Glen.

View from Goat Island, looking towards Clifton House, showing the Steamboat Landing.

Suspension Bridge from below the falls.

Horse Shoe Falls from Goat Island, Niagara, N.Y.

Entrance cascade, Watkins Glen.

Interior of new Suspension Bridge, Niagara.

Entrance amphitheatre.

Second Sister Island Bridge, Niagara.

The Old Veteran.

Two Sentinels, 312 ft. high, 69 ft. in in circumference. Mammoth Tree Grove, Calaveras County, California.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

U.S. Grant.

Fallen Tree, Father of the Forest, circumference 112 ft. Mammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Mammoth Trees, California.

[View of large tree.]

The Devil's Tea Kettle, Sonoma County, Cal.

Big Tree, Empire State, circumference 84 feet. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Witches' Cauldron & Devil's Pulpit.

Big Tree A. Lincoln, 320 feet high, Mmammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

The Three Graces, 272 feet high, circumference 32 feet, Mammoth Grove, Calaveras County.

Big trees, Mariposa Grove, Cal.

Big Tree Hercules, Calaveras Grove, Cal.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

Mammoth Trees, California.

Fallen Tree, Father of the Forest, circumference 112 ft. Mammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

[Clark Foss and his Geyser Team.]

The Witches' Cauldron.

Calaveras Grove Hotel.

At the base of the Grizzly Giant (cir. 106 ft), Mariposa Grove, California., U.S.A.

But-end section of the Original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Entrance amphitheatre, looking out, [Glen] Alpha.

Calverley crossing Niagara Gorge, Niagara, U.S.A. [Crossing the gorge on a tightrope.]

Whirlpool Rapids.

Stereoscopic views of Watkins Glen, New York

Graham in the Rapids.

View from foot of Stairs.

Terrapin Tower, Winter, Niagara, N.Y.

Front of Amer. Falls, Winter, Niagara, N.Y.

[View of a covered bridge.]

Birmingham and Horseshoe falls, Adirondack Mts., N.Y.

[VIew in Watkins Glen.]

American Fall in winter, from Luna Island, Niagara.

Elevator at Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara, N.Y.

Rainbow falls, through the spray.

Birmingham and Horseshoe Falls.

Niagara, Horse Shoe Fall.

Falls in winter, Au Sable Chasm.

Ausable Chasm. The Flume.

From foot of Stairs looking up creek.

Ice view Niagara.

View from Victoria Point, Canada side.

Sentinel bridge, Watkins Glen.

Cavern cascade and long stairs, Watkins Glen.

Ice work. [Ice formations, Niagara Falls.]

Whirlpool Rapids, Niagara, N.Y.

Wondrous [sic] scene, Watkins Glen.

Table Rock, Canada Side.

Crystal Ice Grotto, Niagara, N.Y.

Suspension bridge, Watkins Glen.

Side view of Suspension Bridge, Niagara, N.Y.

Mother of the Forest, Circumference 78 feet bark off. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Santa Cruz, Big Trees, Calaveras Grove, Cal.

"Grizzly Giant!" Big trees of California.

Sawing section of the Original, 98 feet at base.

Father of the Forest, 400 feet long, Cal.

[Clark Foss and his Geyser Team.]

At the base of the Grizzly Giant (cir. 106 ft), Mariposa Grove, California., U.S.A.

Looking down the Cañyon, from the Devil's Office, Sonoma County, Cal.

Cooking eggs at the Witches' Cauldron.

Interior of the House built on Big Tree Stump. Calaveras Co., Cal.

Fallen Tree, Father of the Forest, circumference 112 ft. at base. Mammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Interior of the House built on the original Big Tree Stump. Mammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.

Mother of the Forest, Mariposa Grove, California.

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