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Topic: building construction

1849
1849
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1941
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The Capitol.
View of a house under construction.
New Custom House New Orleans
New Custom House New Orleans.
New Custom House New Orleans.
The Capitol.
[View of a house under construction.]
Roman Catholic Cathedral, N.Y.
[View of a house under construction.]
Roman Catholic Cathedral, N.Y.
Roman Catholic Cathedral, N.Y.
Roman Catholic Cathedral, N.Y.
Roman Catholic Cathedral, N.Y.
The Capitol.
Roman Catholic Cathedral, N.Y.
[Capitol Building dome construction.]
Washington, D.C.
Capitol building under construction.
[Capitol building under construction.]
[Capitol Building dome construction.]
The Capitol, N.E. View.
Capitol Building dome construction.
The Capitol, N.E. View.
Washington, D.C.
[Capitol building under construction.]
The Capitol, N.E. View.
Washington, D.C.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Sea View House, Oak Bluffs.
Boston coliseum, World's peace jubilee.
Boston coliseum.
Boston coliseum, World's peace jubilee.
Boston coliseum.
Boston coliseum.
Boston coliseum, World's peace jubilee.
Wortendyke Station.
Wortendyke Station.
Wortendyke Station.
[Street view, Jacksonville, Fla.]
[Street view, Jacksonville, Fla.]
treet view, Jacksonville, Fla.
Malay natives.
Foundation work, looking northeast.
Foundation work.
Foundation work, Fortieth Street side.
Foundation work, looking southwest.
Foundation work, Fortieth Street side.
Foundation work on the south side.
Foundation work, Fortieth Street side.
Foundation work, looking southwest.
Foundation work, looking south.

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