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Drawing of a man on horseback, drawing of a boat with two people rowing.
Two drawings of people, one drawing of a boat.
Two drawings of people, one drawing of a boat.
Drawing of a boy carrying a fish toy, drawing of a boat.
One drawing of a boy carrying a lantern, one drawing of a boat.
Two drawings of people (one holding an incense pot), one drawing of a boat.
Two drawings of flowers, one drawing of a boat.
Two drawings of people included a man on horseback, one drawing of a boat.
Two drawings of people, one drawing of a boat with two people rowing.
Estimate for expense of a steam ferry boat for one year, signed by Robert Fulton
A view of the entrance of St. John's Newfoundland.
[Fishermen.  Men pull a rope. Men push a boat into the water. Men pull a boat on shore.]]
[[A man ferries a boat full of barrels while another sleeps. Men ferry cattle and sheep.]]
[People lead a donkey carrying baskets. Men on a boat, one man steers with a poll. People feeding hay to a donkey.]]
[Men work on a boat at low tide. Men pull am anchor rope onto a boat. Men remove a mast from a boat.]]
Black Sodom [Two men in boat have discussion while a third looks on.]
Phelps & Ensign's travellers' guide, and map of the United States : containing the roads, distances, steam boat and canal routes &c.
Mitchell's travellers guide through the United States : a map of the roads, distances, steam boat & canal routes &c.
Vue du Nile
Flag boat Yankee of the Potomac flotilla--scouting off Evansport. . .
Traveller's boat at Ibrim. [First title page.]
Iceberg, showing the action of the water, washing and wearing it into its present shape
Handa-River (Boat Bridge) near Maitabasai
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Looking down Snake River from Nome. Boat hotel; Looking up Snake River; Looking across Snake River to "Spit". Nome this side; Looking east down Snake River, "Spit" on the right.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Front Street; Boat hotel in Snake River. Taken at Nome, midnight June 21, 1900; Ships before Nome. There is no harbor, all supplies coming ashore on lighters. 1 to 1½  miles out; Beach and sea.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Dutch Harbor, taken from old Russian military cemetery looking north to two settlements, one back of hills.  Large flat-bottomed boat being built for Yukon River; Dutch Harbor; Dutch Harbor. Olympia and other ships taking water and supplies. Olympia could not get through ice 600 miles north and had to put back here for water; Dutch Harbor (?) view.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: For theft of this totem pole the Seattle govt. had to pay over $5000.00 damage to the Natives, totem pole; Seattle looking toward Puget Sound. Land in distance is peninsula between sound and ocean, showing wharf from which Frank sailed on Olympia to Nome - May 23, 1900; Seattle Harbor, as above; Distant boat starting for Nome. Frank's boat, the Olympia, near pier.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Boat in trough of sea. Olympia's hold; Ice floating in Behring Sea; Iceberg; Deck of Olympia
An excellent view of the front facade of the Immigration Station; a boat is docked in front.
Another view of the ferry boat, as it nears Battery Park. The building under construction (right of center) is the U.S. Customs House, built from 1902-1906.
Boat hole. Boat hole (steel cover) at north end of the St. Elmo siphon. Central New England railroad crossing the siphon. Contract 17. August 21, 1917.
Boat holes. Wallkill North cut-and-cover. Interior view of aqueduct and boat hole. ... Contract 47. June 19, 1912.
Drawing of a woman, drawing of a man with a sword, drawing of a boat.
Drawing of a boy carrying a large insect toy, drawing of a woman, drawing of a boat with two people rowing.
Two drawings of people, one drawing of a boat.
Drawing of a woman, drawing of a boy, drawing of a boat.
Medical supply boat.
Leonardo, Windsor, 1118. [A wolf sitting in the stern of a boat steers it towards an eagle resting on a globe.]
Dark Cañon; "German Carp" in Rheinboldt's Lake, thousands of fish in solid mass, from surface to bottom, swimming at end and side of boat; "A thorn" etc.; Geyser Springs Ranch.
George Fowler; Cabin steward U.S.N; Lost when Liberty boat capsized, U.S.S. Lansdale; December 6, 1918.
Unloading oysters from packet boat arriving at New Orleans, La.
Pirogue des sles viti à la voile; Pirogue des sles de vanikoro à la voile.
DAILY MENU [held by] NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD BREMEN-AMERIKA [at]  (SS)
Larry Dooley's famous Mississippi boat song
Mitchell's travellers guide through the United States : a map of the roads, distances, steam boat & canal routes &c.
America Hatoba (pier) Kobe.
Ueberschiffung von Tragtieren über den weissen Drin in Albanien.
Boat quai Singapore.
Madet boat of Ra.
Pasig River, Manila. In the Philippines.
Water boat in Iloilo. "In the Philippines".
Native sampan, Singapore.
The king making offering to the boat of Ra.
Khlong scene, Bangkok.
Obelisk or stone in boat.  (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
ANNUAL SUPPER [held by] PAWTUCKET BOAT CLUB [at] "[PROVIDENCE, RI?]" (OTHER (CLUB);)
Workman towing a boat containing an obelisk or a block of stone. (Kouyunjik) [Quyunjik].
Custom-House, Salem, Massachusetts.
View of the United States Navy Yard at Portsmouth, N.H.
The transportation problem.   The Baxter boat "City of New York," the fastest steamer tried on the Erie Canal.
Canal boats on the North River, New York.
The Venetian boat song
A view of Collect Pond and its vicinity in the City of New York in 1793 : on which pond the first boat propelled by steam with paddle wheels or screw propellers was constructed by John Fitch, six years before Robert Fulton ...
A view of Collect Pond and its vicinity in the City of New York in 1793 : on which pond the first boat propelled by paddle wheels and screw-propellers constructed by John Fitch, six years before Robert Fulton ...
The little boat that went away to sea
Bac de trajet. Nº 267
A figure standing on a sledge, clad in leopard-skin cloak ... Under a wooden structure is a girl dressed in the costume of the funeral attendants [upper register]; A boat with all sail set ... [middle register]; Priest Hera [bottom register].
C.P.R.R. ferry boat 'El Capitan', at the Terminus.
Steamer Montana, San Francisco. Sterescope Cards NYPL Collection.
L'ouverture du pont Nº 190
London Bridge, 1745.
Charles-Émile Jacque - Boat.
A Government relief boat at Oakland loading supplies for the stricken city of San Francisco.
A government relief boat at Oakland loading supplies for the stricken city of San Francisco.
DINNER MENU [held by] RED STAR LINE [at] "SS: ""FRIESLAND""" (SS;)
River scene, with a small boat.
The slumber boat
The slumber boat
My bed is like a little boat : rocking song
My bed is like a little boat : rocking song
A view of part of the town of Boston in New England and Brittish [sic] ships of war landing their troops 1768.
An exact prospect of Charlestown, the metropolis of the province of South Carolina
Washington crossing the Delaware
An east view of Montreal, in Canada
A view of Fort George with the city of New York from the s.w. 1740
View of two couples in a boat.
[Sidewheel boat moored at dock at Norwich.]
Communipaw, New Jersey
Yacht Arbutus, Florida. Florida Sterescope Cards Collection, NYPL.
Steam boat landing. Florida Sterescope Cards Collection, NYPL.
A Merry party of pleasure explorers at the last boat landing up the Tomoka River.
North view of the dock New York 1679
Oclawaha River, Florida. Florida Sterescope Cards Collection, NYPL.
[View of men in chairs on the deck of a boat, shaded by a large canvas.]
Fulton Ferry Boat "Over"
Peter Coffee, Pilot of the First Steam Fulton Ferry Boat
Fulton Ferry Boat "Olive Branch"
[Two men in a fishing boat.]
[The "Great Eastern"]
Hell Gate
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