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St. Brendan holding mass on the back of a whale
A priest vested for mass; A deacon vested.
Priest in a cape; An archbishop vested for mass.
A damsel going to early mass.
Village of Hampton, Va. sketched on the day of the occupation by the 3rd and 4th Mass. Regiments
Occupation of Baltimore by General Butler. Union troops passing down Lee Street, May 12, 1861. Portion of Boston artillery flanked by Infantry of the 6th Mass. regiment to Federal Hill
Dartmouth College, D., 1896, Return to F. B. Whitney, Williamstown, Mass., Mgr. Wm. B. B. A.
An early Virginian colonist's parlour. Oak "drawinge" table, in the possession of the Pickering family, Salem, U. S. A., from 1636. Oak bible box, Connecticut Historical Society, U.S.A. Elder Brewster's chair, Pilgrims' Hall, Plymouth, Mass., U.S.A.
Mass.-Sketch 14
Andrew Oliver of Mass., stamp agent.
Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, Longmeadow [Mass.]
Letter to Capt. Phineas Lovett, Mendon [Mass.]
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.
Priests celebrating a mass f. 273
Mass according to the Orthodox rite f. 276
Letter to [Samuel] Holten [Danvers, Mass.?]
Letter to George Cabot, Beverly [Mass.]
Letter to Samuel B. Gerry, Marblehead, Mass
Theodore Sedgwick L.L.D., Judge of Supreme Court, Mass.
The birthplaces of John and John Quincy Adams, Quincy, Ms. [Mass.] (senior on the right, junior on the left)
Frank B. Fay : Chelsea, Mass. : Supt. A.X.C. San. Com. 1864
Encampment of 2d N.Y. and 1st Mass. Heavy Artillery, Belle Plain, May 16, 1864.
Baseball players - Bill Vinton, Philadelphia Quakers, Andover, Mass. March 18, '84
Geo. Partridge, mem. Cont. Congress Mass.
Geo. Thatcher, M.C.C. from Mass.
ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] BOSTON MERCHANTS ASSOCIATIONI [at] "HOTEL VENDOME, BOSTON,MASS" (HOTEL)
Letter to Moses Bliss, Attorney at law, Springfield [Mass.]
250TH ANNIVERSARY [DINNER] [held by] THE ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "FANEUIL HALL, BOSTON,MASS"
FOURTH OF JULY DINNER [held by] BASS ROCK HOTEL [at] "[GLOUCESTER,MASS]" (HOTEL)
DINNER [held by] MASSACHUSETTS DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN CONVENTION AT CHICAGO [at] "THE THORNDIKE,BOSTON,MASS" ([HOTEL])
Letter to General Washington [Cambridge, Mass.]
LADIES FESTIVAL DINNER [held by] BAPTIST SOCIAL UNION OF BOSTON [at] "(BOSTON,MASS)" (?)
DINNER TO THE AMERICAN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY [held by] OBSTETRICAL SOCIETY OF BOSTON [at] "TAFT'S HOTEL,(BOSTON,MASS)" (HOTEL)
FIRST ANNUAL DINNER [held by] MASSACHUSETTS SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION [at] "PARKER; [BOSTON,MASS]" (HOTEL)
Letter to [George Washington, Cambridge, Mass.]
DINNER MENU [held by] THE NOBSCUSSETT [at] "DENNIS,CAPE COD,MASS;" (HOTEL)
21ST REUNION MEAL [held by] 5TH MASS. BATTERY LIGHT ARTILLERY ASSO. [at] "YOUNG'S HOTEL, BOSTON, MA" (HOTEL)
SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING AND DINNER [held by] MASS SOCIETY OF THE SONS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION [at] "FANEUIL HALL, BOSTON, [MASS]" (OTHER)
DINNER TO GROVER CLEVELAND [held by] ? [at] "SANDWICH,MASS." (?)
4TH BIENNIAL DINNER [held by] ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OF PHILLIPS ANDOVER ACADEMY [at] "HOTEL VENDOME, BOSTON,MASS." (HOTEL)
LADIES DAY DINNER [held by] NEW HAMPSHIRE CLUB [at] "REVERE HOUSE,BOSTON,MASS." (HOTEL)
Letter to Timothy Dwight, Northampton, Mass
? [held by] HARVARD MEDICAL SCHOOL ASSOCIATION [at] "HOTEL VENDOME; [BOSTON, MASS]" (HOTEL)
Letter to Jedediah Elderkin, Windham [Mass.]
Letter to George Washington, Cambridge, Mass.
Letter to Ephraim Williams [Stockbridge, Mass.]
Letter to Samuel Leonard, Taunton [Mass.]
DINNER [held by] PAPYRUS CLUB [at] "REVERE HOUSE, [BOSTON,MASS]" (HOTEL;)
FOREFATHERS DAY [held by] SOCIETY OF COLONIAL WARS IN COMMONWEALTH OF MASS; [at] "YOUNG'S TAVERN, BOSTON MA" (REST;)
2ND ANNUAL BANQUET [held by] MASS. HOTEL ASSOCIATION [at] "PARKER HOUSE, BOSTON,MA" (HOTEL)
PATRIOTS DAY DINNER [held by] ANCIENT & HONORABLE ARTILLERY COMPANY OF MASS. [at] "QUINCY HOUSE, BOSTON,MASS." (HOTEL)
256TH ANNIVERSARY REPAST [held by] ANCIENT AND HONORABLE ARTILLERY CO OF MASSACHUSETTS [at] "FANEUIL HALL, [BOSTON,MASS]" (OTHER (MEETING HALL);)
DINNER?] [held by] EPISCOPALIAN CLUB [at] "THE BRUNSWICK, BOSTON,MASS" ([HOTEL];)
Gen. William Shirley, Gov. of Mass. - Henry Bryan Hall
DINNER]59TH ANNIVERSARY [held by] NATIONAL LANCERS [at] "FANEUIL HALL, BOSTON,MASS" (OTHER;)
BANQUET AND JUBILEE FOR HON.NEAL DOW [held by] MASSACHUSETTS PROHIBITION STATE COMMITTEE [at] "TREMONT TEMPLE,BOSTON MASS" (OTHER (MEETING HALL);)
DINNER TO MR. ALBERT GEIGER [held by] 21 SPONSORS LISTED ON BACK [at] "HOTEL SAVOY, BOSTON,MASS.;" (HOTEL)
DINNER IN HONOR OF PRES.McKINLEY & MEMBERS OF THE CABINET [held by] HOME MARKET CLUB [at] "MECHANIC'S BUILDING,BOSTON,MASS." ([REST])
Letter to Elias H[asket] Derby, Salem [Mass.]
BANQUET TO ADMIRAL GEORGE DEWEY [held by] GOV.ROGER WOLCOTT OF MASS; [at] "ALGONQUIN CLUB, BOSTON, MASS;" (CLUB)
CHRISTMAS DINNER [held by] COLSON HOTEL [at] "SOMERVILLE, MASS;" (HOTEL)
Elmwood, formerly the res. of Elbridge Gerry, Cambridge, Mass., now res. of Jas. Russell Lowell the poet.
Gen. William Shirley, Gov. of Mass. - Henry Bryan Hall
Res. of John Hancock, Boston, Mass.
Letter to [Simon Bradstreet, Gov. of Mass.?]
View of the ancient buildings belonging to Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Letter to Rev. Stephen Williams, [Longmeadow, Mass.]
Letter to William Gordon, Roxbury [Mass.]
Letter to Col. Patridge [Samuel Partridge], Hatfield [Mass.]
Letter to Dr. [William] Gordon [Roxbury, Mass.]
Letter to Samuel Holton, Danverse, Mass.
Letter to E[lias] H[asket] Derby, [Salem, Mass.]
DINNER [held by] UNITARIAN FESTIVAL [at] "TREMONT TEMPLE, BOSTON, MASS." (TEMPLE)
Letter to Andrew Craigie, Cambridge [Mass.]
The redoubt and breastwork of the American forces on Breed's Hill, Charlestown, Mass. at dawn on the morning of June 17th, 1775
Gen. William Shirley gov. of Mass.
Letter to John Stoddard. Jacob Wendell, Samuel Welles, and Thomas Hutchinson [Boston, Mass.]
Letter to [Thomas A. Greene, New Bedford, Mass.?]
Letter to Joseph E. Sprague, Salem [Mass.]
Elk Lake and snow mass, Elk Mountains.
East Street, Pittsfield, Mass., Vintage Postcard by Detroit Publishing Co.
SEMI-ANNUAL DINNER [held by] NEW ENGLAND SHORTHAND REPORTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "AMERICAN HOUSE, BOSTON, MASS." (HOTEL;)
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
Craigie House, Cambridge, Mass., Residence of H.W. Longfellow
Standish House, 1666, Duxbury, Mass., Vintage Postcard by Detroit Publishing Co.
The Howland House, 1666, Plymouth, Mass.
Myles Standish Monument, Duxbury, Mass., Vintage Postcard by Detroit Publishing Co.
Grave of Myles Standish, Duxbury, Mass
Boston Public Library, Entrance Arches, Boston, Mass, Showing the Bela L. Pratt Bronze Statues of Art and Science
Dorothy Quincy Room, Showing Trundle Bed, Hancock-Clarke House, Lexington, Mass.
North-eastern view of Provincetown, Mass.
Âs Sufsâfeh (Mount Sinai) and the plain of Râhah (Rest).  Beyond the convent is seen Jebel Moneijâh. The summit of Jebel Músa is hidden behind the overwelming mass of Râs Sufsâfeh.
The plain of Thebes from near Karnak.  In the foreground is seen a modern saint's tomb in the middle-distance, the lateen sails of the Nile boats, the twin Colossi, and the Ramesêum stand out above the river, and the view is closed by the finest mountain in Egypt, whose steep ships are honeycombed with tombs, and whose towering mass guards and conceals the gloomy "Valley of the Kings" behind.
A picture of the first mass said in St. Augustine, Florida.
DINNER [held by] BUNGALOW [at] "SHREWSBURY,MASS." (?)
DINNER [held by] WORTHY HOTEL [at] "SPRINGFIELD, MASS." (HOTEL)
DINNER [held by] NEW ENGLAND SHORTHAND REPORTERS' ASSOCIATION [at] "AMERICAN HOUSE,BOSTON,MASS." (HOTEL)
Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass.
DINNER TO THE HIGH COMMISSIONERS OF THE EMPEROR OF CHINA - TAI HUNG-chi,ASST SEC.OF THE TREAS,TUAN FONG,VICEROY OF FUKIEN & CHE-KIANG,ANDSIR CHENTUNG LIANG-CHENG,MINISTER OF CHINA TO THE US; [held by] GOV.OF MASS.- CURTIS GUILD JR. [at] "ALGONQUIN CLUB,BOSTON,MASS." (CLUB;)
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