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[Surface and substrata layers of Roman road construction]

Extrait de la carte hollandise representant la colonie de Surinam : sur le quel on a marque les voyages qu'a fait dans cette colonie Mr. Malonet, commissaire général de la marine, ordonateur à Cayenne dans les mois de juillet et d'aoust 1777 et dans la construction du quel extrait on a employé pour la partie hollandaise les corrections et les additions qui ont été fournies sur les lieux à Mr. Malouet et pour le cours du Maroni, les opérations et les relevés faits en différents temps par des officiers de la colonie de Cayenne /

Radrau de bois de construction ; Charrot de bois de charpente

A.- No. 75. Revision. State of New Jersey. An act relative to the construction of certain words in public statutes. [1846?].

Monolith for columns, Capitol extension

Esneh (Latopolis) - construction ensablée - architrave, futs et chapiteaux / Félix Teynard.

Karnak (Thèbes) - palais - construction de granit - pilier sculpté, au point P / Félix Teynard.

Karnak (Thèbes) - palais - construction de granit - decoration sculptée et peinte, au point R / Félix Teynard.

Louksor (Thèbes) - construction postérieure - galeries parallèles / Félix Teynard.

Louksor (Thèbes) - construction antérieure - pylône, colosses et obélisque / Félix Teynard.

Esneh (Latopolis) - construction ensablée - paroi extérieure - corniche et sculptures / FT [monogram] Félix Teynard.

[Bridge under construction - Cabin John Bridge]

[Column being raised into setting during construction of U.S. Post Office]

[Bridge under construction]

Diagram for construction of flooring/steps of entrance to U.S. Capitol

[Four men on a hill overlooking a construction site with a lamp post]

[Seven men on a bridge construction]

[Crane on construction site at edge of river]

U.S. Reports: Chouteau v. Molony, 57 U.S. (16 How.) 203 (1854)

Sketch of a house in the streets at Boston Mass: being raised from its foundations for the purpsoe of permanent elevation

View of Washington Monument as it now appears Leslie, sc

Capitol construction, from north west. Progressive view of dome, no. 1

[Construction site for the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction equipment on site for the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., during initial stages]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., during initial stages]

[Construction equipment in excavation at site for the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., during initial stages]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction equipment and building materials]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

Raising and setting monolithic column, Genl. P.O. Building

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction equipment and building materials]

North wing, east front. Traversing crane for construction of connecting corridors

Genl. P.O. Building

Construction for supporting ceiling of Senate chamber, n. wing

Treasury Dept. (old print): Construction of Treasury, [Washington, D.C.], Feb. 3, 1858

[Construction of the south wing of the Treasury building]

Le ballon de cuivre, qui doit incessamment s'élever dans les airs est visible en ce moment dans les ateliers de construction, Impasse du Maine, no. 10, près le chemin de fer de la Rive gauche ...

Ballon de cuivre. Ateliers de construction, impasse du Maine, no. 10, près le chemin de fer de la rive gauche. Tous les jours de 9 heures a 6 heures ...

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

S.W. view of excavations, south Treasury extension (Rear of the present State Department building, on the right of picture)

Raising a monolithic column. Genl. P.O. Building, north facade

Genl. Post Office

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction of the front steps]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction of the front steps]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction of the front steps]

[Capitol construction work]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

New Pennsylvania Hospital for the Insane, building, Pa.

[Capitol construction, east front looking north, dome in progress]

The construction of the Washington national monument, after a suspension of several years, is about to be resumed ... [Washington, D. C. 1859].

Perspective, east front, looking south

[West front of the United States Capitol, with the new cast-iron dome under construction. In the foregrd. is the Tiber Creek or Washington City Canal and the octagonal greenhouse for the Botanic Garden]

[Five men digging]

[Construction of Capitol dome]

[Construction of the U.S. Capitol Dome]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., showing construction of the front steps and columns]

West front of Capitol, vii, peristyle complete

[Construction of Treasury Building, Washington, D.C. With oxen in foreground on south side]

[Unidentified cluster of buildings with construction scene in foreground]

[A hoist for ship building]

[Railroad construction on the City Point and Army railroad line]

[Capitol dome construction]

U.S. Military Railroad Construction Corps repairing Orange and Alexandria R.R. at Devereux Station

Potomac Creek bridge - Acquia (i.e. Aquia) Creek Railroad built by U. S. M. R.R. construction corps in nine days from standing timber

[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying men and timber across the Potomac River]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men sitting in blanket boats strapped together on the Potomac River]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men sitting in blanket boats on the Potomac River]

[Construction of the United States Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: man rowing raft of blanket boats on the Potomac River]

[Railroad construction workers]

[Railroad construction workers holding track]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men standing on Potomac River bank with blanket boat frames not yet assembled]

Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

[Railroad construction workers straightening track]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: men standing on the Potomac River bank with assembled blanket boats]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying men across the Potomac River]

[Two railroad construction workers hammer track as third construction worker watches]

[Railroad construction worker straightening track]

[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying soldiers across the Potomac River]

Cathedral of Saint Peter and Saint Paul

[Military construction in northern Virginia: raft of blanket boats ferrying soldiers across the Potomac River]

Washington D.C. Aldermen & Council, Monday, May 18, 1863 (Act permitting construction of frame building)

War Department Library Photographs, Vol. 32, Quarter Master General Construction and Transportation

Contrabands building a levee on the Mississippi river, below Baton Rouge, under the direction of Capt. Hodge, Gen. Augur's staff - Baton Rouge in the distance / sketched March 13, by our special artist, F.H. Schell.

Ruins of R.R. bridge across Tennessee River, at Bridgeport, Tenn.? (i.e. Alabama) and pontoon bridge in course of construction

Military telegraph construction corps

Bridgeport, Tenn. (i.e. Alabama), 1864, showing ruins of Nashville & Chattanooga R.R. bridge and construction of a pontoon bridge

Group of the Construction Corps U.S. Mil. R. Rds., with working tools, etc., Chattanooga, Tennessee

Right Sect & 3rd N.Y. Capt. Ashby 20 pdnr.

Lower wharf, Belle Plain, built by U.S.M.R.R. Construction Corps

Upper wharf, Belle Plain. Built by U.S.M.R.R. Construction Corps

Camp of U.S. Military R.R. Construction Corp near Manchester, Va., April, 1865

[Central market, Paris, France] / Ch. Marville.

[Construction equipment at the U.S. Treasury Building, Washington, D.C., construction site]

[Construction of the U.S. Treasury Building, Washington, D.C.]