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Columbian Celebration, New York, Oct., 12, 1892. United States Letter Carriers

Columbian Celebration, New York, Oct., 12, 1892. Provisional Brigade, New Jersey, Gov. Abbot, Com

Equestrian statue of General Jackson, Washington, D.C

South front of White House, Washington, D.C

Statue of Lafayette, Washington, D.C

House of Representatives, Washington, D.C

Statue of Washington, Washington, D.C

Bartholdi Fountain, and Capitol, Washington, D. C

Skeleton Room, National Museum, Washington, D.C.

Entrance to Library of Congress, Washington, D.C

Washington Monument, Washington, D.C

Lincoln Statue of Emancipation, Washington, D.C

The bathers, Atlantic City, N.J

White House and grounds, from State, War and Navy Building, Washington, D.C

The Rotunda, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C

Grand staircase, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C

Sea Nymphs, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

Long Corridor, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C

Top of southern gate, Peking, showing effect of bombardment, China

Filipino police, once insurgents, now faithful servants of Uncle Sam, Manila, Philippine Islands

The Typhon, triple-bodied monster, Acropolis Museum, Athens, Greece

The Royal Family watching games in the stadium, Athens, Greece

The site where many of the Astor Battery fell Aug. 13th 1899 [i.e., 1898], P.I.

The Crouching Silenus, Stage of Theatre of Dionysus, Athens, Greece

Athens from Mars Hill, Greece

Gallery of the statues, National Museum, Athens, Greece

Interior of the beautiful Armenian Church, Jerusalem, Palestine

The Rotunda, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C

The stars and stripes floating over the walls of old Manila, P.I.

The Western Gate, general view from the wall, Peking, China

The gateway through the parapeted wall of old Manila, P.I.

The dwarf with his heavy load on a mountain road, Japan

Ancient monuments in burial ground outside the city, Athens, Greece

Part of triumphal procession, frieze of the Parthenon, Athens, Greece

The New Outer Bridge and Galata from Stamboul, Constantinople, Turkey

Interior of the house of a rich Chinaman, Peking, China

The new library, Athens, Greece

The Arch of Hadrian, Athens, Greece

The Capitol, Washington, D.C

A wedding at Ramah, Palestine

The Acropolis, the glory of Athens, from the Theseum, Greece

Fortress Monroe, Old Point Comfort, Va

The gun boat Napindan which has seen some hard fighting, Manila, Philippine Islands

Women of Ramah in native costume, Palestine

The palace, headquarters of Maj. Gen. MacArthur, Manila, P.I

Looking through the "big wheel" of Paris, Paris Exposition of 1900

A Japanese tea party

Interior of Monastery Church, Mar Saba, Palestine

Athens and Lycabettus Hill from the Acropolis, Greece

Full of fun and saucy, a geisha girl, Japan

Ocean Avenue, Palm Beach, Fla

Druses at Mount Hermon, Palestine

Veiled women of Cairo, Egypt

The Areopagus (Mars Hill) from the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

Manila Bay, where Dewey's Fleet destoyed the Spanish Squandron [sic], Philippine Islands

Women carrying earth in boxes on their heads, in the streets of Fort de France, Martinique, W.I.

Tomb of Washington, Mt. Vernon, Va

Interior of St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York

Mrs. A.F. [i.e. A.T.] Mills teaching deaf and dumb boy in her private school, Che-foo, China

Chinese selling loot after capture of Peking, China

Triumphal Arch, Moscow, Russia

Catholic Cathedral in ruins--scene of a terrible massacre, Peking, China

The incline at the Southern Gate, known as Dead Man's Climb, Peking, China

The Splendid Altar, Temple of Our Saviour, Moscow, Russia

Stairs to Reading-room Gallery, Library of Congress, Washington, D. C

The Marble Room, United States Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Salzburg and the Salzach River, Austria

In the old clothes market, Moscow, Russia

Illynka Street and Church of Nichol the Crossed, Moscow, Russia

"In national affairs we must do no wrong, and we must see that no wrong is done to us." President Roosevelt at Proctor, Vt.

The new Reichstags-Gebäude--Hall of the Imperial Diet, (completed 1894), Berlin, Germany

Canterbury Cathedral, the most famous in England

A street in the little village of Fairhead, near Galway, Ireland

The public wash, Genoa, Italy

Village of Fung Chow, showing complete destruction by the allied forces, China

The overhanging balconies on St. George St., St. Augustine, Fla

"You have understood that the best products of the state were its men and women." President Roosevelt at Proctor, Vt.

Sooneck Castle on the Rhine, Germany

Venice, from across the Lagoon at S. Giorgio Maggiore, Italy

Moscow, the ancient capital of Russia, from the Temple of Our Savior

The principal street in the fair, Nijni-Novgorod, Russia

"Now smile a little dolly, while I take your picture"

Independence Hall, Philadelphia, Pa

Library of Congress, Washington, D.C

Castle Klopp and characteristic vineyard at Bingen on the Rhine, Germany

The Pension Building, Washington, D.C

"It is a very great pleasure to be here and greet you from the home of my old and valued friend." President Roosevelt at Proctor, Vt.

President Roosevelt in the cabinet room of the White House, Washington, U.S.A.

The Vecchio Bridge and River Arno, Florence, Italy

Buckingham Palace, the royal residence in London, England

Home of a wealthy merchant, a fine specimen of Russian architecture, Moscow, Russia

Rue de Pavé, teeming with native life, Fort-de-France, Martinique, W.I.

Queenstown from the harbor, Ireland

The Great Southern Gate, where the Allied Forces entered Peking, China

Break in the outer wall and temporary railway for bringing supplies into Peking, China

Old Claremont House and Grant's Tomb, New York, U.S.A

The Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga Springs, U.S.A

The Temple of Jupiter of the Olympian and the Acropolis, Athens, Greece

Parlors of Congress Hall, Saratoga Springs, U.S.A

Looking down Broadway past City Hall Park and the Post Office Bldg. showing the St. Paul and Syndicate Bldgs., New York, U.S.A

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