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The Japanese Embassy in New York--scenes and incidents

The U.S. Commissioners for the 1st Japanese embassy to the U.S., May - July 1860. Commander Sidney Smith Lee, Captain Samuel F. DuPont, Lieut. David Dixon Porter

Ball given by the City of New York to the Japan[es]e embassy at the Metropolitan Hotel, June 25, 1860

The great Japanese embassy. By Jake Wag-A-Wag, Nix-Cum-Arose, No-Kame, alias Remsey Roe Jr. H. De Marsan, Publisher, 38 & 60 Chatham Street, N. Y. [c. 1860]

The Japanese Embassy

Chinese Embassy / photographed by J. Gurney & Son.

Washington. Presentation of the Japanese Embassy to the President and Cabinet, in the East Room of the Executive Mansion

[British embassy, Tarabya] / Abdullah Frères.

[German embassy, Tarabya] / Abdullah Frères.

[Russian embassy, Büyükdere] / Abdullah Frères.

[British embassy, Tarabya] / Abdullah Frères.

[View from the sea of the German embassy and Fındıklı] / [A]bdullah Frères.

[German embassy, Beyoğlu]

The next reception of the Chinese Embassy. The Washington hog will not take them by surprise again

[Interior of Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

[Interior view of Austrian Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

[Interior view of Austrian Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Jerusalem. British homes, embassy

Hotel Adlon, Berlin - U.S. Embassy

Post Wheeler,U.S. Doctors in Tokyo at U.S. Embassy

U.S. embassy, Paris

Salon of American Embassy, St. Petersburg

German Embassy, Paris

President Roosevelt with Col. Bingham at German Embassy, to return official call upon Prince Henry

President Roosevelt and Col. Bingham, leaving the German Embassy after returning Prince Henry's call, Washington, U.S.A.

Honoring Prince Henry--President Roosevelt, with Col. Bingham, going to German Embassy to return the Prince's call, Washington, U.S.A.

ARGENTINE EMBASSY. EXTERIOR

ARGENTINE EMBASSY. OFFICE

Mexican Embassy

Italian Embassy map for Capt. Huntington

Brazilian Embassy 1603 'H' St.

Belgian Embassy

French Embassy

ARGENTINE EMBASSY. LIBRARY

Belgian Embassy

Interior of German Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Façade of the American Embassy, Vienna, Austria]

[Mural in Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C., showing children, trees, and animals]

Mrs. Murrough O'Brien, British Embassy, wife attache

Austrian embassy

[Exterior of Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

German Embassy

[Pipe Organ at Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

Mexican Embassy, Eye St. (moved), [Washington, D.C.]

U.S. Embassy at Constantinople

British Embassy

Ford Motor Co. Italian Embassy, [16th and Fuller Sts., N.W., Washington, D.C.]

Ford Motor Co. Ford at French Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]

[Pipe organ at the Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

British Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]

Women at French Embassy

British Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]

French Embassy, 2400 16th St., [Washington, D.C.]

[Pipe organ at the Mexican Embassy, Washington, D.C.]

Embassy of Brazil 18[th St.] & Mass. Ave., [Washington, D.C.]

French Embassy - Constantinople

German Embassy, Paris

16th Street and French Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]

German Embassy, Wash., D.C.

[Exterior of Spanish Embassy, 1521 New Hampshire Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C.]

RUSSIAN EMBASSY. COSSACK FOOTMAN, OF EMBASSY STAFF

OVEY, ESMOND. SECRETARY, BRITISH EMBASSY. SKATING

MEXICO. AMERICAN EMBASSY, MEXICO CITY

GOLEJEVSKI, NICOLAI, COL. MILITARY ATTACHE, RUSSIAN EMBASSY. CALVARY REVIEW

CHAMBRUN, COUNT DE. CAPTAIN, ARTILLERY CORPS; MILITARY ATTACHE, FRENCH EMBASSY. PLAYING GOLF

GOLEJEVSKI, NICOLAI, COL. MILITARY ATTACHE, RUSSIAN EMBASSY. CALVARY REVIEW

CAVALRY REVIEW BY PRESIDENT WILSON. COL. GOLEJEVSKI OF RUSSIAN EMBASSY

AUSTRIA-HUNGARY, OFFICIALS. EMBASSY STAFF

Sword and guard, English Embassy

British Commission at Embassy

U.S. Embassy, Lisbon

[James W. Gerard, American Ambassador to Germany, half-length portrait, seated at his desk in embassy]

[Embassy of Mexico/Mac Veagh House, 2829 16th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C.]

French Embassy

BULOW, PRINCE VON. ATTACHE, GERMAN EMBASSY

HORSE SHOWS. COL. AND MME. NICOLAI GOLEJEVSKI OF RUSSIAN EMBASSY

Commission at British Embassy

U.S. Embassy, Constantinople

Commission at British Embassy

Guard at British Embassy

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], fresco in dining room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]; Emilia & Jose Telley in Mexican Room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], sitting room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], Mexican Room (not ordered)

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], drawing room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], drawing room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], fresco in dining room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], Mexican Room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], fresco in dining room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.], fresco in dining room

Mexican Embassy, [Washington, D.C.]; Emilia & Jose Telley on staircase

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