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View on the Maquoketa River.

View on the Maquoketa River.

View on the Maquoketa River.

View on the Maquoketa River.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[River and mountain, unidentified location.]

[River and mountain, unidentified location.]

Terrapin Tower from below Goat Island.

Terrapin Tower from below Goat Island.

Suspension bridge no. 9.

Suspension bridge no. 9.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Lake of the Clouds.

Lake of the Clouds.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Catskill Falls no. 67.

Catskill Falls no. 67.

Private grounds - Hudson River.

Private grounds - Hudson River.

Private residence - Hudson River.

Private residence - Hudson River.

From Mt. Franklin to Mt. Washington.

From Mt. Franklin to Mt. Washington.

Bridges to Luna Island no. 14.

Bridges to Luna Island no. 14.

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

[Winter scene, unidentified location.]

Washington statue, Union Park.

Washington statue, Union Park.

Old Catawissa first run in this country.

Old Catawissa first run in this country.

View from Peter Cooper's institute towards Astor Place.

View from Peter Cooper's institute towards Astor Place.

Mr. Chls. Vezin's Torrysdale.

Mr. Chls. Vezin's Torrysdale.

[A rural scene with a mountan backdrop. Dubuque, Iowa.]

[A rural scene with a mountan backdrop. Dubuque, Iowa.]

[A rural scene with a mountan backdrop. Dubuque, Iowa.]

[A rural scene with a mountan backdrop. Dubuque, Iowa.]

At breakfast--a typical desert home of the Navajo Indians, Navajo reservation, Arizona.

At breakfast--a typical desert home of the Navajo Indians, Navajo reservation, Arizona.

Bridge over the Truckee River, near Boca.

Bridge over the Truckee River, near Boca.

View down from Front St., Dawson City, Alaska.

View down from Front St., Dawson City, Alaska.

Panoramic view of Dubuque from the Bluff head of 11th St.-- No. 6 South-East.

Panoramic view of Dubuque from the Bluff head of 11th St.-- No. 6 South-East.

Santa Fe, church of San Miguel, the alter.

Santa Fe, church of San Miguel, the alter.

The flood of Kansas City, Missouri.

The flood of Kansas City, Missouri.

[View of business district, Des Moines, Iowa.]

[View of business district, Des Moines, Iowa.]

Banana trees.

Banana trees.

Our first home, Washington territory.

Our first home, Washington territory.

[Raton from the west, showing R.R. buildings.]

[Raton from the west, showing R.R. buildings.]

Children's Day decorations.

Children's Day decorations.

Juneau City. Curiosity shop.

Juneau City. Curiosity shop.

[Raton from the west.]

[Raton from the west.]

Looking n.w. from Dome of Court House.

Looking n.w. from Dome of Court House.

The back robe of an Indian child.

The back robe of an Indian child.

Starting to town..

Starting to town..

Nez Perces Indians of Idaho.

Nez Perces Indians of Idaho.

Cabin view.

Cabin view.

Plaza de la Independenceia, Cartagena.

Plaza de la Independenceia, Cartagena.

Summits of Sierras, 8,000 to 10,000 feet altitude.

Summits of Sierras, 8,000 to 10,000 feet altitude.

Cathedral de San Francisco.

Cathedral de San Francisco.

Grand Canyon, Arizona

Grand Canyon, Arizona

[Sioux Falls showing American flag flying over street, building identified as Cataract House.]

[Sioux Falls showing American flag flying over street, building identified as Cataract House.]

Kasa-an [Kasaan] village.

Kasa-an [Kasaan] village.

Water Carrier.

Water Carrier.

[View of Pueblo cart and ovens.]

[View of Pueblo cart and ovens.]

Path near Chipigana.

Path near Chipigana.

Snakes.

Snakes.

[Ute Chiefs.]

[Ute Chiefs.]

View of a group of Mohaves in a brush hut, one man very emaciated, entitled

View of a group of Mohaves in a brush hut, one man very emaciated, entitled

[Handy Andy mine--tunnel, Los Cerrillos mining district.]

[Handy Andy mine--tunnel, Los Cerrillos mining district.]

In the lumber region of Oregon, U.S.A.

In the lumber region of Oregon, U.S.A.

Crested Peak and Tunnel no. 10, eastern slope of western summit.

Crested Peak and Tunnel no. 10, eastern slope of western summit.

Gold hill--view down the canon.

Gold hill--view down the canon.

Cocoanut [Coconut] trees showing fruit.

Cocoanut [Coconut] trees showing fruit.

School House, Newton, Iowa.

School House, Newton, Iowa.

Banana blossom.

Banana blossom.

Bear Paw Cliff.

Bear Paw Cliff.

Group of people at Gen. Tuttle's residence, Des Moines, Iowa.

Group of people at Gen. Tuttle's residence, Des Moines, Iowa.

[Railroad bridge, Mobile, Alabama.]

[Railroad bridge, Mobile, Alabama.]

North beach looking north, Newport Yaquina bay.

North beach looking north, Newport Yaquina bay.

A champion team of Percheron draft horses at work on an Indiana stock farm.

A champion team of Percheron draft horses at work on an Indiana stock farm.

View on Donner Lake. Altitude 5,964 feet.

View on Donner Lake. Altitude 5,964 feet.

The Alamo.

The Alamo.

National Military Cemetery, Graves, Nashville, Tenn.

National Military Cemetery, Graves, Nashville, Tenn.

[View of Zuni man at Pueblo.]

[View of Zuni man at Pueblo.]

Deadwood City, in Whitewood Gulch.

Deadwood City, in Whitewood Gulch.

Galveston: Twenty-second Street.

Galveston: Twenty-second Street.

[Church at Pecos, N.M.]

[Church at Pecos, N.M.]

Galveston: Gas Works.

Galveston: Gas Works.

A home surrounded by a picket fence in Leavenworth.

A home surrounded by a picket fence in Leavenworth.

[View of a river.]

[View of a river.]

View entitled

View entitled

Indian trail.

Indian trail.

Jamestown and valley.

Jamestown and valley.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Pillars of Hercules, Columbia River, Oregon.

Log House on West Okoboji Lake where Abbie Gardner and others were massacared in 1857.

Log House on West Okoboji Lake where Abbie Gardner and others were massacared in 1857.

Railroad tracks and Coon River west of city.

Railroad tracks and Coon River west of city.

Grand Canyon, Arizona

Grand Canyon, Arizona

[Pineapple.]

[Pineapple.]

Bridal-veil Falls. Columbia River, Oregon.

Bridal-veil Falls. Columbia River, Oregon.

On the brink of a tremendous precipice, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U. S. A.

On the brink of a tremendous precipice, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U. S. A.

[Las Vegas.]

[Las Vegas.]

East entrance to Mullen Tunnel. [Men working at the entrance to the tunnel.]

East entrance to Mullen Tunnel. [Men working at the entrance to the tunnel.]

The Rim Trail, Grand View, Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Rim Trail, Grand View, Grand Canyon, Arizona

Pulpit Rock, mouth of Echo Canyon, looking west.

Pulpit Rock, mouth of Echo Canyon, looking west.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Pleasant Valley, looking east, lower cañon of Truckee River.

Tesuque Indian making images, Tesuque, New Mexico.

Tesuque Indian making images, Tesuque, New Mexico.

Snow covering, below Cisco.

Snow covering, below Cisco.

[Raton from the west.]

[Raton from the west.]

[View of an individual standing next to wooden beams that are leaning against an adobe structure.]

[View of an individual standing next to wooden beams that are leaning against an adobe structure.]

First view of the BadLands, Cedar Canyon.

First view of the BadLands, Cedar Canyon.

Ashland [house].

Ashland [house].

Issuing supply.

Issuing supply.

[College of Peter of Bethany.]

[College of Peter of Bethany.]

East from Mullen Tunnel Grade [coach on the road].

East from Mullen Tunnel Grade [coach on the road].

Mist rising from Donner Lake, early morning view.

Mist rising from Donner Lake, early morning view.

[Handy Andy mine--tunnel, Los Cerrillos mining district.]

[Handy Andy mine--tunnel, Los Cerrillos mining district.]

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