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Ludwig XVIII König von Frankreich in Paris

View of eastern nave

Cairo. Street view

Granada. Ajimez en la Sala de Embajadores (Alhambra) / J. Laurent. Madrid.

Abp's Palace, Algiers

Grand torch-light parade of the New York firemen in honor of the Prince of Wales, passing the Fifth Avenue Hotel, October 13, 1860

Nuremburg. Court of castle and old lime tree

Sevilla. Alcazar. Parte superior del Patio de las Muñecas / J. Laurent. Madrid.

Minaret d'El-Azhar avec muezzins / Bonfils.

Minaret de la mosquée el-Azhar / Bonfils.

Lima. Interior of the Presa garden

Torre Tagle House

Lima. The Salinas House

Lima. The Candamo house

Genuine Havana

Mansion house

La precauzione

[Group of people on porch and balcony(?) of house in Massachusetts(?)] / photographed and published by R.G. Shute, Edgartown, Massachusetts.

Ready for a walk

Juliet, fine cut, chewing tobacco - James Moran & Co., St. Louis / Averell & Peckett, lith., N. Y.

Street in the French Quarter, New Orleans

[Woman leaning over a balcony with paper lanterns]

Street in the French Quarter, New Orleans

Court, Palace Hotel, S.F., Cal. Taber Photo., San Francisco

Mosquée Nouri-Osmanié / Sébah & Joaillier.

Petite Ste Sophie / Sébah & Joaillier.

Paris Exposition; view of Paris from arched balcony of Eiffel Tower, Paris Exposition, 1889

[Spanish bank, San Juan, Puerto Rico]

Nürnberg. Partie an der Pegnitz

Innsbruck das Goldene Dachl

Miramar. Il Balcone

The U.S. House of Representatives, Tuesday, September 23, 1890

[The new Willard Hotel, Washington, D.C. - view from balcony]

The Old Springfield House, torn down 1891. Springfield, Vt.

Liberian College, Monrovia

[Ill. - Chicago - World's Columbian Exp. (Woman's Bldg.): panoramic view of interior from balcony]

The street of painted balconies, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of painted balconies, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of painted balconies, Chinatown, San Francisco

The street of painted balconies, Chinatown, San Francisco

Calle de San Pedro, Cavite, P.I.

Travel views of Cuba and Guatemala

Travel views of Cuba and Guatemala

[St. George St., St. Augustine, Fla.]

Love's pilgrimage ; Call to joy

The Whispering gallery

[E. classical court from balcony, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Mass.]

Point Judith Country Club, exterior, showing club bldg. with porch and balcony

[E.M. Bigsby Co. show rooms, stairway to the balcony]

Love's pilgrimage ; Call to joy

The Whispering gallery

[E.M. Bigsby Co. show rooms, clock on the balcony]

Roosevelt in Brussels. [View from crowd toward balcony of Providence Hotel]

[Love's pilgrimage ; Call to joy]

St. George St., St. Augustine, Fla.

The Whispering gallery

Porte cochere and balconies, Lake Mohonk [Mountain] House, N.Y.

[William McKinley making speech from balcony in New Orleans]

[Mary Baker Eddy, full-length portrait, standing on balcony of her(?) home, facing left]

Pennsylvania Avenue from the Treasury, N.E. to the United States Capitol

There aren't any, there's only the microbe

Pennsylvania Avenue from the Treasury, N.E. to the United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

West to harbor entrance, Chemulpo, Korea

Castle Hill, Charlottesville vic., Albemarle County, Virginia

Castle Hill, Charlottesville vic., Albemarle County, Virginia

[Corcoran Gallery of Art, main gallery from balcony, Washington, D.C.]

Where softly sighs of love the light guitar - a Visayan-Filipino serenade

...1923 1/2 Caught--Just in Time

V Italīi

[Material on street in front of entranceway to building]

Ugolok dvort︠s︡a. Borzhom

Theodore Roosevelt at Colorado Hotel

Montmartre

Peck's ledge light A / G.S. North, Photographer.

[Half of auditorium of the New Theater, New York City]

[Grogan Hotel, Sweetwater, Texas]

Main Street on Labor Day, 1907. Phelps, N.Y.

[Room with balcony, paintings, fireplace, grandfather clock, and elk head, in home of Edmund Cogswell Converse, Greenwich, Connecticut]

Come down, Maria Pascala

West balcony, main concourse, Grand Central Terminal, N.Y. Central Lines, New York

Street Scene in Tenement District, Palermo, Sicily

Panama, typical street scene

Panama, typical street scene

West balcony, main concourse, Grand Central Terminal, N.Y. Central Lines, New York

Tripoli - Sentinels

[Theodore Roosevelt looking out from a balcony]

Baptist Church, Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio

Noon hour, Merchants Mill. Girls flirting with passersby. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts Lewis W. Hine

There is hope, my adored, hope for thy sister and for us

And suddenly out of the inferno ...

Noon hour - Merchants Mill. Girls flirting with passersby. Location: Fall River, Massachusetts / Lewis W. Hine.

Miss Jeannette Rankin, of Montana, speaking from the balcony of the National American Woman Suffrage Association, Monday, April 2, 1917.

Pasadena, California, Mrs. Herbert Coppell home - detail of ornate doorway and balcony above / photo by Frances Benjamin Johnston.

["Mi Sueño," Herbert Coppell house, 1245 South Grand Avenue, Pasadena, California. Balcony above pergola]

Balcony House

General Pershing and guests of honor at Washington parade, Sept. 17, 1919

Facade of a building with shuttered doors and balcony, New Orleans or Charleston, South Carolina

Glen Echo amusement park. Observation on second floor of Spanish ballroom, Glen Echo I

Facade of a multi-story building with a balcony in the French Quarter, New Orleans

A vista through iron lace, New Orleans

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