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'Abbâs, the servant of the brothers 'Utbah and Shaybah of the clan of 'Abd Shams, kisses the feet of Muhammad in recognition of his prophethood.

'Abbâs, the servant of the brothers 'Utbah and Shaybah of the clan of ...

Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.

Mutî', who has been restored to life by the Prophet, stands in front of him, his idol lying at his feet, and he converts to Islam.

Mutî', who has been restored to life by the Prophet, stands in front o...

Life of the Prophet Muhammad written at the order of the Mamluk sultan al-Mansûr 'Alâ' al-Dîn 'Alî (d. 778/1376). The work was first illustrated during the reign of the Ottoman sultan Murâd III.

Studies of standing female nudes and a pair of feet
Feet - principles of proportions and legs.
Limbs - in attitude.
Feet - in attitude and proportions of legs.
Back view of a man in breeches and doublet, with horn and knife in a sheath; detail of leg and foot.
View of chained African slaves in cargo hold of slave ship, measuring three feet and three inches high
The Saratoga Street African Baptist Chapel. The building, of which the above cut is an imperfect representation, fronts as above 100 feet on Saratoga street, and 46 feet on Calvert street. The house is of brick, and cost over $18,000. (see page 45)
No. 10. Ancient ruins in the Cañon de Chelle [Chelly], N. M. in a niche 50 feet above present cañon bed
No. 15. Cañon de Chelle [Chelly].  Walls of the Grand Cañon about 1200 feet in height.
[Assemblage of the Statue of Liberty in Paris, showing the bottom half of the statue erect under scaffolding, the head and torch at its feet.]
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Barge "Skookum" beached by Sept. storm. The Skookum carried one and one half million feet of lumber, over six hundred head of livestock, and a lot of passengers, to Nome; In front of Nome, after storm. Skookum in distance. Sept. 1900; Rear of Front Street, Nome after Sept. storm of 1900, the same lighter, on beach, appears in these three pictures (?); Remains of gasolene plant, Sept. 1900.
Mr. Buckingham with Eph's wife, Elsie Downs, and two children, at Sutter, 1900; Uncle Rob's "Oneida" gold mine, Sutter, Cal., 1900; Same mine; Same, Frank descended 2000 feet into this mine.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Wrecks of steamer and dredge building on beach, when crushed together by September storm; After Sept. storm, lumber, boats, small tents, "cold feet"; Remains of a plant after a bout with Bering Sea; This schooner driven ashore, lumber piles, etc.
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: The old world from the new; Bering Sea and Siberia, from Nome, Alaska; Across Bering Sea on an especially clear day, Siberia can be faintly seen (once or twice during summer); Effects of storm, "cold feet", going home, boarding of lighter for ship, Sept. 1900; "I'll leave my happy Nome for you".
Durango, 1900: Downs and Percy. "Cause we love each other so"; Downs and Percy in McCloskey's back yard, sand pile, "Capt. Kidd", a relic, hanging from fence; Pagosa, Colorado, 1900: Near Pagosa Hot Springs, the white is a mineral crust. Below Downs' feet is boiling water. Misty look is steam. Nettie, Reese, Mabel, Downs, Frank.
A. Pollajuolo, [sic[ Uffizi, 1903. [Study of John the baptists, hands and feet.]
Yonkers pressure tunnel. Steel ribs for concrete forms, made up of 5-inch I-beams spaced 3 feet apart. Lagging plates placed as concrete is built up from the invert. Contract 54. May 1, 1912.
Moodna pressure tunnel. View at top of Shaft 7. Hudson river about 150 feet below. Contract 20. February 16, 1910.
Kensico reservoir. View showing expansion-joints of Kensico dam spaced abour 79 feet apart. Note cut-off trench in right foreground with drainage gallery above. Contract 9. September 9, 1914.
Ashokan Reservoir. Forms for concrete plug, 26 feet thick, in stream-control conduit in Olive Bridge dam. The 6-foot opening at  bottom carries the flow of Esopus creek. Contract 3. August 25, 1913.
Ashokan Reservoir. Waste weir and Spillway from Ashokan reservoir. Spillway bridge (Contract 111) with clear span of 175 feet and rise of 25 feet. Contract 3. August 5, 1914.
Yonkers pressure tunnel. Completed section of standard circular type of tunnel 16 feet 7 inches in diameter. Station-marking tile on left. Contract 54. November 21, 1913.
A Pinion tree which plants its nuts 4000 feet below, Rowe's Point.
Looking down upon Ayer's Peak, a mountain 600 feet high.
A high class Chinese lady with small feet.
The Chesknoll, Nos. 560-562 West 160th Street (125 feet East of Broadway); Plan of first floor; Plan of upper floors.
Charcoal stoves for warming hands and feet (winter time).
Stress-relief: The oven takes vessels up to 14 feet by 135 feet - in one heat.
Section of woodmill for cooling-towers ; Loading 50-ton reactor-cooler, 8000 square feet service.
Hauling train of completed apparatus from Shipping-bay to Main-line ; Deisobutanizer-column, 70 trays, 125 feet ; Final settler and surge tank, 180 inches by 65 feet.
Cathedral Rocks, 2600 feet, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.
Tutocanula, or El Capitan, 3600 feet. Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.
Tacoye, or the North Dome, 3720 feet, Yosemite Valley, Mariposa County, Cal.
Tutocanula, or El Capitan, 3600 feet.
Taking me by the foot, set my foot upon his head.
Donner Peak, 9000 feet above the level of the sea. Snow sheds along the cliff, 1500 ft. above the valley.
Donner Peak, 9000 feet above the level of the sea. Snow sheds along the cliff, 1500 ft. above the valley.
Summit Hotel, 7017 feet above the level of the sea.
Crystal Lake, Altitude 5,907 feet, 90 miles from Sacramento.
Summit Valley, Altitude 6,960 feet, Emigrant Mt. and R.R. Pass in distance.
The Grizzled Giant, 30 feet. in diameter.
Mother of the Forest, 327 feet high, 26 feet in Diameter.
The Grizzled Giant, 30 feet in diameter, Mariposa Grove.
Section of the Original Big Tree, 92 feet in Circumference.
Mother of the Forest, 327 feet high, 26 feet in diameter.
The Grizzled Giant, 30 feet Diameter, Mariposa Grove.
Father of the Forest, 450 feet long, 112 feet in circumference, 37 feet in Diameter.
Big Tree in Mariposa Grove, 94 feet in circumference.
Section of the original big Tree, 92 feet in Circumference.
Big Tree in Mariposa Grove, 94 feet in circumference
The Mother of the Forest, 337 feet.
Grizzly Giant, 33 feet diameter, Mariposa Grove, Mariposa County, Cal.
Father of the Forest, circum. 111 feet, estimated height, 450 feet, Calaveras County.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet.
Abraham Lincoln, diam. 18 feet, 320 ft. high, Calaveras Co.
House on Stump, 36 feet in diameter.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet. - Calaveras Co.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet.
Father of the Forest, circum. 111 feet, estimated height, 450 feet.
Uncle Tom's Cabin and Old Dominion, 20 ft. and 305 feet high, Calaveras Co.
Pioneers' Cabin, diam. 32 feet - Calaveras Co.
House on Stump, 36 feet in diam., the Sentinels backgorund - Calaveras Co.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet. - Calaveras Co.
House on Stump, 36 feet in diam. - Calaveras Co.
Father of the Forest, circum. 111 feet, estimated height, 450 feet, Calaveras County.
Father of the Forest, circum. 111 feet, estimated height, 450 feet, Calaveras County.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet. - Calaveras Co.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet. - Calaveras Co.
House on Stump, 36 feet in diam., the Sentinels backgorund - Calaveras Co.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet - Calaveras Co.
Father of the Forest, circum. 111 feet, estimated height, 450 feet, Calaveras County.
But-end of Big Tree, diam. 25 feet. - Calaveras Co.
One of the falen Big Trees, circumference 97 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Ferdinand de Lessops,250 feet high, 84 feet in circumference.
Mother of the Forest, Circumference 78 feet bark off. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Big Tree A. Lincoln, 320 feet high, Mmammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.
But-end section of the Original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
The Three Graces, 272 feet high, circumference 32 feet, Mammoth Grove, Calaveras County.
Big Tree A. Lincoln, 320 feet high, Mmammoth trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Section of the original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Big Tree, Empire State, circumference 84 feet. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Mother of the Forest, Circumference 78 feet bark off. Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Sawing section of the Original, 98 feet at base.
House over the Stump of the Original Big tree, diameter 32 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
But-end section of the Original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Section of the original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
But-end section of the Original Big Tree, diameter 25 feet, Mammoth Trees of Calaveras Co., California.
Abraham Lincoln, diameter 18 feet, Calaveras Grove, Cal.
Section of the original Big Tree, 30 feet diameter.
Section of the original Big Tree, 30 feet diameter.
Section of the Big Tree, 30 feet in diameter, and House over the Stump, from the Sentinels.
Section of the Big Tree, 30 feet in diameter, and House over the Stump, from the Sentinels.
Section of the Big Tree, 30 feet in diameter, and House over the Stump, from the Sentinels.
The Sentinels, 315 feet high, near view - Section of the Big Tree and House over the Stump.
Section of the Big Tree, 30 feet in diameter, Calaveras County.
Section of the Big Tree, 30 feet in diameter, and House over the Stump, from the Sentinels.
House over the Stump of the Original Big tree, diameter 32 feet, Mammoth Grove, Calaveras County.
Section of the Big Tree, 30 feet in diameter, and House over the Stump, from the Sentinels.
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