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The creation of Eve Michelang. Buonarota P. ; Ant. Capellan sc

American Fur Cos. buildings. Fond du Lac (back view)

Fairmount waterworks. From the forebay from nature & on stone G. Lehman ; Lehman & Duval Lithy

Fairmount waterworks lith. of D.W. Kellogg & Co., Hartford, Ct

Boys fishing on the banks of the Schuylkill River in Philadelphia, with a large stone bridge, possibly the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, Schuylkill River Viaduct, spanning the river in the middle distance

The new costume polka composed for the piano by Mathias Keller J. Queen delt. ; P.S. Duval's Steam lith. Press Philada

Metropolitan polkas by Chas. Mueller

Odd Fellows' Broadway Hall. Broad & Spring Garden Streets, Philadelphia from nature and on stone by Rease & Schell 17 So. 5th St. Philada

Camp of the 5th Dragoons Guards

Looking towards Mackenzie's Heights, tents of the 33rd Regiment in the foreground

Cavalry camp, looking towards Kadikoi

Southwark foundry cor. 5th & Washington St. Philadelphia

Rear of President's stables & grounds

Interior view of the central office of I.M. Singer & Co., 458 Broadway, New York City / Keating sc.

President's stables (White House in the background).

[Interior view of the main floor of the Boston Public Library] / John Andrew.

Principal floor

We have read the memorial to Congress of several New York firms against any further extension of facilities to United States ocean mail steamers, and deem it not inappropriate to offer a few remarks on the subject for the consideration of Congre

First story

The Napier Ball at Willard's Hotel, Washington City, on February 17, 1859 / E. Hooper, del.

Locomotive and tender, Great Western Railway, Canada

Franklin's grave, S.E. corner 5th & Arch St., 1859, Christ Church graveyard

Spring 1859. Globe advertising agency ... The facilities of this agency are not surpassed by any similar establishment in New York or London ... Authorized to receive advertisements for Ballou's Pictorial, and all the city daily and best weekly

Reading-room of the British Museum

[Commandant's house at the U.S. Marine Corps Barracks, Washington, D.C.]

Encampment of a party of the Boundary Commission, 1860

Encampment of a party of the Boundary Commission

Portland star match factory, Portland, Me. / JC [monogram] ; Geo. H. Walker & Co. Lith. Boston.

Boundary Commission, encampment - men cutting down trees (Larix occidentalis)

[Military camp with Union soldiers, horses, and tents, probably at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia]

Hancock's headquarters 1861

Annapolis Junction, on the Washington branch of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, in possession of the troops of the United States government

[Camp of 4th Vermont Infantry Regiment at Camp Griffin, Langley, Virginia, with troops in formation]

Camp Second Vt. Camp Griffin 1861

[Sketch of U.S. Army Signal Corps observation and signal tower]

Second Vt. Camp Griffin 1861

The Swamp Angel Battery from drawing

[Second Vermont Camp Griffin 1861]

Arrival of the New York seventy-first regiment at the railroad depot, Washington, D.C. / from a sketch by our special artist.

The Brooklyn Academy of Music - interior - opening concert on Tuesday, January 15, 1861

Boundary Commission depot, Siniakwateen, Pend Oreille River - Indian wigwam and canoe in the foreground, season of the flood, 1861

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

Camp Carroll, Baltimore, Md / Lith. & print by E. Sachse & Co., 104 S. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.

Rebel prisoners, Camp Morton, Indianapolis

Camp Millington, Baltimore, Md. 128th Regt. N.Y.V., from Columbia & Dutchess Counties / / Lith. & print by E. Sachse & Co., 104 S. Charles St., Baltimore, Md.

Signal tower Fort Reno D.C. / Lt. J.R. Underdunk(?), U.S.A. del.

Libby Prison, Union prisoners at Richmond, Va. from nature by Act. Major Otto Boetticher; lith. of Sarony, Major & Knapp, 449 Broadway, N.Y

Armory of First City Troop - escorted Washington and every president since / Jas. F. Queen.

Winter quarters of 37th New York Infantry Regiment after the Battle of Fredericksburg

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

Port Royal Island - 1. Camp Saxton (Smith's plantation) - the new headquarters of the 1st S.C. Vol. (Colored), Col. Higginson. 2. Mitchelville, the new south village for contrabands, Hilton Head / From sketches by our special artist. Defences of Charleston - the "middle ground" battery, Charleston Harbor / From a sketch by A.P. Palmer, formerly of the Confederate Army. Defences of Charleston - "Folly's battery," near the lighthouse, Charleston Harbor / From a sketch by A.P. Palmer, Co. E, 21st Regt., S.C. (Confederate) Vol. Defences of Charleston - the rebel iron clads in Charleston Harbor - from a sketch [b]y A.P. Palmer, formerly of Company E, 21st Regiment (Confederate) S.C. Vol.

Headquarters, Christian Commission in the field, Germantown / negative by J. Gardner, positive by A. Gardner.

[Pierrepont family monument, Green-Wood Cemetery, New York City. Elevations, plans, and section]

Armory of the First Troop Philadelphia City Cavalry / Jas. Queen del.

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

[Elmira Prison, Elmira, New York]

Cedar Creek Bridge, Raleigh & Gaston R.R.

Citizens Volunteer Hospital Association of Philadelphia Instituted September 5th 1862 / / from nature Jas. Queen.

Neuse River Bridge, Wilmington & Goldsboro R.R. / J.D. Heywood's Photograph Rooms.

The Late Colonel Theodore S. Bowers, General Grant's adjutant-general / / photographed by Brady. Paying United States pensioners at the pension office in the New York Custom-House / sketched by A.R. Waud

National Academy of Design, Park Avenue and 23rd Street, New York, New York. Botanical column capitals and 4th Avenue first story

National Academy of Design, Park Avenue and 23rd Street, New York, New York. Drinking fountains and botanical column capitals

Civil War Unknowns monument, designed by Montgomery Meigs and dedicated in 1866, at Arlington Cemetery

The reporters' gallery of the House of Representatives, Washington, D.C. / sketched by Theodore R. Davis.

St. Peter's P.E. Church, S.W. cor. 3rd & Pine St., taken Sept. 1868

Thousand Mile Tree - Wilhelmina's Pass

The undersigned, having unusual facilities for collecting over-due claims, respectfully offer their services for obtaining payment of accounts, notes, and all forms of indebtedness, upon which legal services are necessary ... Derby & Williamson,

Tunnel no. 3 - Weber Cañon, Utah

U.S. Soldiers' Home, Washington, D.C

Tunnel #3, Weber Canyon, Utah

St. Peter's P.E. Church, S.W. cor. 3rd & Pine Sts., taken 1869

Patent-office, Washington, D.C.--examiners at work / sketched by Theo. R. Davis.

Orphan asylum & widows house, 18th & Cherry Sts. Avenue of trees to State in Schuylkill fish house below Gray's Ferry 1885

Washington, D.C.--the inauguration--scene in the Senate chamber at the Capitol--swearing in the vice-president / from a sketch by James E. Taylor.

The "best friend," the first locomotive built in the United States for actual service on a railroad

Western Union Telegraph Building, New York--General operating department / photo by C.K. Bill.

Western Union Telegraph Building, New York--"Switch" General operating department / photo by C.K. Bill.

Iron viaduct, Cin. So. Ry. Dale Creek trestle, Union Pacific Ry. Missouri, Kansas & Texas Ry. Photo-lith. by Chas. Shober & Co., props. Chicago Lith. Co

Union Pacific Ry., Dale Creek viaduct Photo-lith. by Chas. Shober & Co., props. Chicago Lith. Co

Bird's-eye view from Observatory Hill, Ft. Park

[The Princeton College Library Building - interior / FSB. Plan [from Scribner's Monthly] / H.R. Butler]

[Morrison, Colorado]

A frontier post office, eastern Montana

[The fire tower at the gate of the Ministry of War] / Constantinople, Abdullah Frères.

[Portrait of the Grant family above a piano in the Red Room of the White House]

The Calloway Canal

Interior of Wallack's new theatre - the screen scene in "the school for scandal" / drawn by Graham and Thulstrup.

[Patrons reading in the reading room of the University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor, Michigan]

Map of the Yellowstone National Park, showing routes and ticketing facilities of the American Exchange Travelers' Bureau.

[Book Room, Billings Library, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont]

[Reading Room, Billings Library, University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont]

Riggs Bank - the Dept. of Justice for A.P.A.

Cabinet room, figures

[Conservatory in the White House]

[Views of the White House public rooms - the East Room, the Green Room, the Red Room, and the Blue Room]

Map of Washington Co., Virginia and contiguous territory : showing mineral resources, agricultural areas, water-powers, railway facilities, roads, streams, educational institutions, names and residences of many land-owners, post-offices, &c. /

[Art class in Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Washington, D.C.]

[Scientific(?) instrument on table in room at Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School, Washington, D.C.]

[New York State Library, New York State Capitol, Albany, N.Y.]

[State dining room, White House, during McKinley administration(?)

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