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Letter to the Board of Visitors and Governors of Washington College [Chestertown, Md.]

Letter to the Board of Visitors and Governors of Washington College [Chestertown, Md.]

Hippodrome.] Franconi Schottisch composed for the piano forte and respectfully dedicated to the visitors of the Hippodrome...[Title page.]

Group of visitors.

[Visitors at the Flume,.]

The hermit and visitors.

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at the Flume.]

Group of visitors.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1869.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1Sept. 1869.]

[Visitors at the Flume,.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1869.]

Monadnock Mountain. Visitors from Fitchburg.

[Visitors at the Flume.]

[Visitors at the Flume.]

[Group portrait of health resort visitors.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at Saratoga Springs.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1869.]

[Visitors at the Flume.]

The hermit and visitors.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1869.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1Sept. 1869.]

Monadnock Mountain. Visitors from Fitchburg.

[Visitors at the Flume.]

[Group portrait of health resort visitors.]

[Visitors at the Flume.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1869.]

[Visitors at the Flume.]

[Visitors at the Flume.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1869.]

New-York : Map of the consolidated city Brooklyn ; Visitors' guide to the Central Park ; Manhattan Island, map of New York from 53rd St. to Spuyten Duyvel Creek on a reduced scale.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1864.]

[Visitors at the Flume, White Mts. 1864.]

[Visitors at the Flume, White Mts. 1864.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1864.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1865.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1865.]

View of the Garden, with some women visitors.

View of the Garden with the visitors and the Observatory at the background.

View of the Garden with the visitors and the Observatory at the background.

View of the Garden, with some women visitors.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1868.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1868.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1867.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1870.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1870.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1871.]

Visitors at the Flume, 1871.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1871.]

Visitors at the Flume, 1871.

Visitors at the Flume, 1871.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1871.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1871.]

Visitors at the Flume, 1871.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1873.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1873.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1874.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1874.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1875.]

Willard Asylum, Ovid, N.Y. Main building and general entrance for visitors.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1875.]

Willard Asylum, Ovid, N.Y. Main building and general entrance for visitors.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1875.]

Visitors at the Flume, 1875.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1875.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1875.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1875.]

Visitors at the Flume, 1875.

[Visitors at the Flume, 1876.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1876.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1879.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1879.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1880.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1880.]

[Visitors at the Flume in winter, 1880.]

[Visitors at the Flume in winter, 1880.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1880.]

[Visitors at the Flume, 1880.]

The approach to Philae. 'In the time of the Ptolemies visitors from all parts of Egypt, travellers from distant lands, court functionaries from Alexandria, came annually in crowds to pay their vows at the tomb of the god.'

Tomb of Eleazar, under an ancient terebinth-tree, on an eminence to the west of the village of 'Awertah (Gibeah Phinehas). Water-carriers filling a water-jar for the use of visitors to the shrine.

COMPL. DINNER TO ENGLISH VISITORS [held by] H.V.BEMIS [at] "THE RICHELIEU,CHICAGO, IL." ([HOTEL])

COMPL. DINNER TO ENGLISH VISITORS [held by] H.V.BEMIS [at] "THE RICHELIEU,CHICAGO, IL." ([HOTEL])

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