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U.S.S. Chicago, one of the crew

City Hall subway station, New York

Ruins of City Hall, [1906 earthquake, San Francisco, Calif.]

The photographer's assistants

[Girl in pantaloons standing by bench]

[Seated boy in checkered jacket]

[Bearded man, seated]

[Seated woman]

[Boy, seated]

[Girl, seated]

[Thos. F. Leete]

[Seated man with hands folded in front]

[Couple seated]

[Woman in coiffed hair with comb, and boy, possibly her son]

Dr. Benj. P. Brodie

[Woman with baby girl, possibly mother and daughter]

The J.T. & K.W. Ry. crossing the St. John's

[Railroad station, Mexico]

Bridge and sally port, Fort Marion

Fort Snelling watch tower

View down the Mississippi from Fort Snelling, Minn.

Headquarters, West Point

North from the battery, West Point

Confederate Monument, Magnolia Cemetery, Charleston, S.C.

The mint, Chihuahua

Tunnel No. 4, Temasopo [sic] Canyon, Mexico

Teoyaomiqui [Coatlicue statue], court of the museum, Mexico

Irrigation wheels at Ahualalco [sic]

Mexico street market

A street in Guanajuato

Guadalajara, carretas and oxen


Cabins at Tlamacas

Zacatecas, Mexico

Wesley A. Gove

Aguadores, Mexico

Governor's palace, Guadalajara

Zacatecas, Mexico

On the bank of the Lerma

A group on a plantation

Ixtacchihuatl [sic] from Amecameca, Mexico

Chihuahua, Mexico, looking east

City of Mexico from chapel of Guadaloupe [i.e. Guadalupe, in Gustavo A. Madero]


Section of old aqueduct, Chihuahua, Mexico

Chihuahua from the cathedral

Interior of the cave of Elabra [sic]

Garcia's tomb, Colon Cemetery, Havana

Ixtacchihuatl [sic] from Tlamacas, Mexico

Bamboos on the Temasopa [sic]

In the market place, San Luis Potosi

Guadalajara, the hospicio [Hospital de Belen]

Cedar forest, A

In the Almeda [i.e Alameda], City of Mexico

Aguascalientes, pottery market

Bathing in the hot spring acequia

Paso del Barco, Guadalajara, Mexico

Wood cart and oxen

At the well, Guadalajara

[Water carriers at the fountain, San Luis Potosi]

Cactus fence in Salamanca, Mexico

Falls of the Abra

Straw cottage, Salamanca, Mexico


Olivette, Plant S.S. line, Havana

Saxonia, Cunard Line


U.S.S. Winona

Along the beach, Presque Isle

Bathing scene at hot springs acequia

Women at the fountain, street to Guadaloupe

Lake, Bermus [i.e. Bemus Point] from Long Point, Chautauqua, N.Y.

Pokeepsie [i.e. Poughkeepsie] Bridge

[Winter, Prospect Park, Niagara Falls]

[Girl in cap posed by stone monument]

Orange grove, Seville, Fla.

[Mackinac Island, Mich.]

Fenton House, Mt. Clemens

Canoeing at Belle Isle, Detroit

Fountain, Grand Circus Park, Detroit

The Pavilion, Belle Isle [Park]

The Loggers

Woodward and Farnsworth Avenues, Detroit

Belle Isle Park, Detroit

Arch Rock, Mackinac Island

Fort Holmes, Mackinac Island

Orange pickers, Ormond, Fla.

Princess on Dunn's Creek, The

Doorway of the Ponce de Leon

Dam of the Chicago Drainage Canal, Joliet

Logging on the river, Menominee, Mich.

Detroit River ferry boat in ice

Pelican Island, Indian River

Down Woodward Avenue from Peterboro St., Detroit

Orange grower's home, Ormond

Shell mound Barker's Bluff, Indian River

Jupiter & Lake Worth R.R.

Cragin's, the cactus garden

Wood landing in Jupiter Narrows

On the roof of the Ponce de Leon

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