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City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.
Charlestown Square, 17th June, 1875.
City Hall.
City Hall.
Town Hall, West view, Westbury, N.Y.
President's House. [City Hall.]
City hall.
City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.
City hall.
City Hall.
City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.
City hall.
President's House. [City Hall.]
Town Hall, West view, Westbury, N.Y.
City Hall and Court House.
Town Hall, West view, Westbury, N.Y.
City Hall.
City Hall.
City hall.
City Hall and Court House.
City Hall.
City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.
City Hall.
City hall.
City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.
City hall.
City Hall.
Hôtel de Ville
City Hall.
City Hall, Charlestown, Mass.
President's House. [City Hall.]
City Hall.
City Hall.
City Hall.
City Hall.
[City Hall.]
[City Hall.]
City Hall.
City Hall.
City Hall.
City Hall.
City Hall.
City Hall.
The Exchange, Savannah, Georgia.
The Exchange, Savannah, Georgia.
The Exchange, Savannah, Georgia.
Point St. School?
[Point St. School?]
[Point St. School?]
City Hall, Washington, D.C.
City Hall, Washington, D.C.
City Hall, Washington, D.C.
Lincoln Monument & City Hall.
City hall.
City square, Charlestown.
Charlestown Square, 17th June, 1875.
City square, Charlestown.
City hall.
City hall.
City square, Charlestown.
Lincoln Monument & City Hall.
City square, Charlestown.
City hall.
City square, Charlestown.
City hall.
City hall.
Charlestown Square, 17th June, 1875.
Lincoln Monument & City Hall.
City square, Charlestown.
Refugee camp made of scrap iron.
Refugee camp made of scrap iron.
Refugee camp made of scrap iron.

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