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Of drawers som are deepe and som more narrow of ye same cabbinett. [sic]
The topp of a halfe round frame for a japan worke; called a 10 inch dresing frame for a looking glas [sic]; [...]
Cloth brushes; combe brushes; a pincushing trunks for pendents necklace rings & jewells. [sic]
For ye topp or lid of a combe box[sic]; [...]
The lidd of a powder box; the lidd of a patch box. [sic]
For drawers for cabbinets to be placed according to yor fancy. [sic]
The topp of a 12 inch frame for a looking glass for jappan worke; the bottom of ye said frame[sic]; [...]
Design of large building surrounded by fence, group of men in foreground
Design of buildings, fences, mountains in background
Our home in the woods. Piqua O.
Utagawa Hiroshige - Fujisawa, Yugio-ji
Utagawa Hiroshige - Hodogaya (Iroshiwara), Hidari Fuji
Utagawa Hiroshige - Kambara,Yoru no yuki
Residence of Gov. R. Kemble Esq. Coldspring N.Y.
Egyptian villa. From the sculptures. Alabastron [Tell el-Amarna].
Plans et coupes d'une maison, au quartier Hauch-Kadan
Plan et vue d'un casin sur le canal El Khalyg hors la porte Bab-el-Charyeh
Vue intérieure de la salle d'été de la maison au quartier-Hauch Kadan
Aga's House, Gombet-li [Kümbet].
The old Billop house
The residence of John L. Burns, now familiarly known as the Hero of Gettysburg; a title won by his heroic conduct upon this memorable battle-field. Seated upon the porch, with his gun and crutch beside him, is the old man, now past 70 years of age.
General Meade’s Head Quarters. : A position of great peril, occupied by the General during the heaviest part of the conflict. It is situated on the west side of the Taneytown road, a short distance south of the National Cemetery.
Views within the city : a. private houses standing on the west edge of the Tyropean Valley (opposite Robinson's Arch); b. Goliath's Tower at n.w. corner of the city
Views and a Japanese Woman : A Temple, Torii (a Sacred Arch), a Row of Houses, and a Japanese Woman with an Umbrella
A Row of Houses
Views : A Row of Houses, Bridge and Stone Monuments
Views : A Row of Houses, Bridge, and Park
Views : A Row of Houses, an Island, Harbor and Mt. Fuji
Views : A Row of Houses, an Island, and Torii (Sacrid Arches)
Views : A Row of Houses, Waterfalls and Mt. Fuji
Beyt El-Emyr, porte extérieure du harem (XVIIe. siècle)
Maison appelée: Beyt El-Emyr, façade du Maqâad ou Iwan sur la cour (XVIIe. siècle)
St. Stephen's Church, Ootacamund.
Jamaica - West Indies
Scenes in Cuba. - West Indies
Frank E. Downs. Trip to Nome, Alaska, May to Sept. 1900: Front Street, after storm, where houses were carried across street by surf; Wrecks in front of Nome; Pumping plant, before and after storm; Frank's camp near windmill.
Salt Lake City, Brigham Young's house center of picture, on corner of street. Mormon College; Salt Lake City, Brigham Young's house and Eagle Gate (see eagle 2/3 way up picture); "Amelia House", residence of B's favorite wife; Tabernacle and Temple, Salt Lake City.
[Top:] The Dainty French Salon. [Bottom:] The Library, Opening Upon the Terrace.
[Top:] Mrs. Gambrill's Library. [Bottom:] The Marie Antoinette Reception Room
General view of the transformed residence of Mr. and Mrs. Pembroke Jones on Bellevue Avenue, Newport
Mr. Arthur Curtiss James' Newport home
Chinese houses near Shameen, Canton (European settlement).
Top & bottom: The sunken court.
[Interesting changes in a Newport Residence] ...[E]ntrance of the court.
Women with dog pulled cart
Pebbly beach, hotels and houses in the middle distance
House, interior]; [House, exterior]; Lands End & hotel, HCW 50
Walter M. Farmer; 186 W. Washington, Main 4153.
The back of the houses on "Strivers' Row," as the de luxe block on West 139th St. between Seventh and Eighth Avenues is called by dwellers in less beautiful streets
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. Allen's house, Newport, RI
Baltimore houses with white steps. Baltimore, Maryland.
Baltimore houses with white steps. Baltimore, Maryland.
Typical Baltimore houses with white steps and painted screens. Baltimore, Maryland.
Typical Baltimore houses with white steps and painted screens. Baltimore, Maryland.
Typical Baltimore houses with white steps and painted screens. Baltimore, Maryland.
Res. of John Morton, Delaware Co., Pa.
Last residence of James Otis, Andover, Massachusetts.
Duche's house, res. of Gov. Thomas McKean, S. Third Street, Philadelphia.
The Brooklyn house of Philip Livingston, the signer.
Vue des casins sur le canal El-Khalyg, hors la porte  Bab-el-Charyeh
Vue des Mosquées d'Emyr-Jacour et d'Jbrahym-Aga, sur la rue Khourbaryeh
Basse Égypt : province de Charkyeh, maison d'un cheyk El Beled a Nakras; détails de maisons des provinces de Charkyeh, Menoueyeh, et Bahyreh; province de Mansourah, maison d'un cheyk El Beled a Abou Kraly; plans, coupe, élévation et vue d'une maison de Fellah, dans la province de Gharbyeh; plan, élévation et vue des fours a Briques; plans, coupe élévation et détails d'une maison de Fouah.
Vue des Mosquées d'Emyr-Jacour et d'Jbrahym-Aga, sur la rue Khourbaryeh
Vue des casins sur le canal El-Khalyg, hors la porte  Bab-el-Charyehv
King seated on his throne, within the walls of a captured city, including three houses and seven tents. [Quyunjik]
Residence of [Jas.?] Robb Esq. Washington Avenue, New Orleans.
Moore house near Yorktown where Cornwallis signed the Capitulation.
Matthews House : Battlefield of Bull Run.
Trossel’s house : battlefield of Gettysburg.
Residence of Abraham Hunt.
The residence of Metcalf Bowler, near Newport, R.I., as standing, 1886.
Oklahoma Ranch, the Barret's; Oklahoma; Group at the Oklahoma Ranch of Henry Frass; Oklahoma school, 1898, stove, two back rows, or more, with desk. Front, only benches.
Scott's Run mining camps near Morgantown, West Virginia. Company houses
Houses of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
Typical houses. Graveyard in foreground. Rowlesburg, Preston County, West Virginia
Scott's Run mining camps near Morgantown, West Virginia. Company houses along run
Mining company houses along river. Masontown, West Virginia
Bridge and houses in [Phillipsburg, New Jersey; seen from] Easton, Pennsylvania
Bethlehem houses and steel mill. Pennsylvania
Houses with partial view of billboard advertising Coca-Cola in foreground. West Virginia?
Alabama miners' houses near Birmingham, Alabama
Company houses along railroad tracks. Scott's Run near Morgantown, West Virginia. Osage, West Virginia
Negro houses. South end of town. Vicksburg, Mississippi
Negro houses, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Negro houses, south end of town, Vicksburg, Mississippi
St. Luke's Chapel and Old Houses, Hudson, corner of Grove, Manhattan.
Negro houses, south end of town, Vicksburg, Mississippi
Milk wagon and old houses, Grove Street, No. 4-10, Manhattan.
Fisherman's home along the Bayou near Akers, La., Oct. 1938.
Old brown stonehouses now occupied by Negroes in Chicago, Illinois, April 1941.
Governor Langdon's mansion.
Gilman house.
The birthplaces of John and John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Ms. [Mass.] (senior on the right, junior on the left)
Houses: Pompei, Cairo; door hinges, Cairo.
Houses in England
Houses in Cairo
House Of W.K. Vanderbilt, New York, N.Y.
Two concrete partment houses: Nos. 616 to 628 West One hundred and thirty-seventh Street; Typical plan of upper floors.
Negro slum area between D and C Streets off 1st Street, SW, Washington, D.C.; Most houses have five small rooms renting for $20.50 a month, with rear wood kitchen shed, cold water, outdoor privy.
Apartment houses along Central Park West.
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