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[Hotel for Azariah Fuller, (Kirkwood House), Pennsylvania Avenue and 12th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 12th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. elevations]

New York Free Academy, corner of Lexington Ave., at 23rd St. [NYC]

[View of Washington looking down Pennsylvania Ave. toward unfinished Capitol. National Hotel on left, no. 1]

[Soldier named Russell in uniform with cane and prop in front of painted backdrop] / Hollyland's Metropolitan Gallery, No. 250 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.

Old Winder Building, 17th St., N.W., below Pa. Ave., Washington, D.C.

[Soldier named Halsey in Union uniform with sword in front of painted backdrop] / Jno. Holyland, Metropolitan Gallery, 250 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.

[Unidentified soldier in Union uniform] / Hugo Bartels' Photograph Gallery, No. 262 Penna. Ave. bet. 12th & 13th Sts., Washington, D.C.

[Unidentified man] / Johnson's Union Photograph Gallery, No. 520 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.

Jefferson Ave., Brigade hospital, horse sheds for Army horses, old P.O.

[Unidentified man] / Johnson's Union Photograph Gallery, No. 520 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.

Trinity Episcopal Church, 3rd & Ind. Ave. Unfinished Capitol in the background

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia cor. of Broad St. & Washington Ave.

Barbara Frietchie / photographed by Brady & Co., 352 Penna. Ave., Washington, for the Great National Fair.

How are you? Conscript!! Hop de doodle doo. At the cheap book stand, Delaware Ave. bel. Market St. Philadelphia. [c. 1863]

[Unidentified young man, full-length studio portrait, standing in front of painted backdrop, facing front, wearing military uniform] / Jno. Holyland, Metropolitan Gallery, 250 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, D.C.

Citizens Volunteer Hospital - corner of Broad St. and Washington Ave. / drawn & lith. by James Queen, Philada.

Parade & review of Union Army 15 & Pa. Ave., [Washington, D.C.], May 24, 1865

Lincoln's funeral on Pennsylvania Ave.

Washington, District of Columbia. Group at Quartermaster General's office. Corcoran's Building, 17th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.

Washington, District of Columbia. Group at Quartermaster General's office. Corcoran's Building, 17th St. and Pennsylvania Ave. N.W.

[New York (City) - Draft riot, 1863: "The rioters burning the Colored Orphan Asylum...5th Ave. & 46th St."]

The U.S. Navy Department, 17th St. near Pa. Ave., Washington, D.C.

Trial of breech-loading fire arms, at the city arsenal, corner of 35th St. and 7th Ave., N.Y.

Drake's Block, cor. Wabash Ave. and Washington St.

Clarendon Hotel, 4th Ave. 18th St., New York City

[View down Pennsylvania Ave. with West Front of the U.S. Capitol in background]

[Zieber family outside their Philadelphia home at Broad and Girard Ave.]

Drake's Block, cor. Wabash Ave. and Washington St.

[Grand Duke Alexis at Russian Greek Church service, 951 2d Ave., New York City]

Gate of Gen. [Montgomery Cunningham] Meigs house, 1239 Vermont Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.

7th and Md. Ave., N.E.

The Great Financial Panic of 1873 - [4 illus. and text] Run on the 4th National Bank, 20 Nassau St.; Run on the Union Trust Co., Broadway & Rector St.; Lobby of the 5th Avenue Hotel, Sat.; Pres. Grant & Sec. of Treas. Richardson receiving capitalists at the 5th Ave. Hotel; Grant refusing to use the U.S. Treasury

The Centennial - State HQ on State Ave.

The Centennial - view on State Ave.

[Tennessee Claflin, Lady Cook, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right] / Gurney & Son, Fifth Ave., N.[Y.]

Hotel Cadillac, Washington Ave. [i.e. Boulevard], Detroit, Mich.

North Ave., Mt. Clemens

Gratiot Ave. and Church St., Mt. Clemens

Elevated R.R. station, 6th Ave. and 34th Street, New York

Dottie and Lottie. It was like this Nelly : Mazie and me and Dot all three of us got on the same 4th Ave. car ...

Ocean Ave., Palm Beach, Florida

Gratiot Ave. cottages, Mt. Clemens

[Bicycle Ave., Palm Beach, Florida]

Corner of Railroad Ave. & G St., Bakersfield

Roman Catholic Church, 5th Ave. 50th and 51st, New York City

Compliments of Enrich Bros. 8th Ave. & 24th St.]

Cocoanut Ave., Palm Beach, Fla.

Ave Maria

This beautiful cut of the Washington national monument was made expressly for me in the year '85 ... [Washington, D. C.] Compilments of C. T. Cathcart, Job printer, 458 Louisiana Ave. [1885].

[Boston and New York players on opening day, 1886, at the Polo Grounds, 5th Ave. & 110th St., N.Y.C. posed in front of stands; Boston player in back rowon left has his middle finger raised in obscene gesture]

Pennsylvania Ave. [Washington, D.C.] looking towards the Treasury Dept. Rising of the waters [flood]

Rules and regulations for the Hope and help rooms social purity department, Woman's Christian temperance union ... [Washington, D. C.] Darby, pr. 1309 Pa. Ave. [1887].

The musical exchange, 4th St. near 3rd Ave., N.Y. City

Fifth Ave. Hotel

Hearst House, 1400 N.H. Ave

Penn. Ave. March 5, 1889, Wash. D.C.

[Washington, DC - Bartholdi Fountain at 1st and Independence Ave., SW]

Washington, D.C. street scene, corner of Pennsylvania Ave. and 14th(?) St. looking east showing George Prince photo studio

Grace Denio Litchfield's home, 2010 Mass. Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C.

St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, Louisiana

[George S.] Fraser House, R St. and Conn. Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.

[Krieger Monument, Thor, Cassel Ave, Cassel (i.e., Kassel), Hesse-Nassau, Germany]

Leslie Ave., Mackinac Isl'd

Grace Denio Litchfield's home, 2010 Mass. Ave., N.W. Washington, D.C.

[Detroit, Mich., Woodward Ave. looking south]

A partial view of the Lincoln cabin with open door and group of four including Mr. Thomas Lincoln's grandson John J. Hall / Root, Kimball Hall Studio, 243 Wabash Ave., Chicago.

Front view of a portion of the Lincoln cabin with a group composed of Mrs. Norah Gridley, Miss Mary Coleman, the typewriter, the brothers Megar, architects, and Mr. Stille, and showing young Hall a great grandson of Tho Lincoln looking through the window of the east room of the cabin / Root, Kimball Hall Studio, 243 Wabash Ave., Chicago.

First Artillery, U.S. Army, passing under 5th Ave. arch, Columbus Celebration, New York, U.S.A. El regimiento lo de Artilleria pasando bajo el arco de la 5ta Avenida, celebración Colombina, Neuva York, E.U.

Residence of Mr. Griswald, 5th Ave., New York City

Pa. Ave. and 4th Street, Tacoma, Washington

14th St. N.Y., east of 6th Ave.

Pennsylvania Ave. from Treasury, Washington, D.C.

Sen. John Sherman's house, Mass. Ave. near 17th St., N.W.

[N.Y.C. - looking down elevated tracks on 6th Ave., near 16th St.]

[Waldorf-Astoria, 5th Ave. south from 35th St., New York City] / J.S. Johnston, view & marine photo, N.Y.

[Old reservoir, Fifth Ave., 40 - 42d Streets, New York City]

A.T. Stewart residence, 34 5th Ave., New York City, ca. 1869, John Kellum architect

[Exterior view of houses along unpaved street, Greensferry Ave., N.W., Atlanta, Georgia]

Baptist Church, Ashland Ave., Toledo

Negro churches - Baptist Churches, Washington, D.C. - Vermont Ave. Baptist Church

Collingwood Ave., Toledo

5 Ave. Special Police

Galveston Disaster. House on Ave. N slightly moved with flood

Nelson Ave. [Avenue] entrance to Yaddo, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.

[Delaware Ave., Buffalo, N.Y.]

Fifth Ave. at 65 St., New York

[Fifth Ave. on a winter morning, New York, N.Y.]

Union Ave., looking east, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.

[Chicago, Ill., the Coliseum, 15th & Wabash Ave.]

White House, U.S. Treasury & Penn. Ave., Washington, D.C.

[Knoxville, Tenn., 5th Ave., looking from Deery St.]

5th Ave.

7th Ave. cave-in -- taking out dead

[Home of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (widow of George Hearst) at 1400 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.]

[Home of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (widow of George Hearst) at 1400 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.]

[Home of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (widow of George Hearst) at 1400 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.]

5th Ave. at Madison Sq.

Griswold St., so[uth] from Michigan Ave., Detroit, Mich.

[Home of Phoebe Apperson Hearst (widow of George Hearst) at 1400 New Hampshire Ave., NW, Washington, D.C.]

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