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View from Bushongo Tavern 5 miles from York Town on the Baltimore Road

A view at Pahaquarric, Sussex County, New Jersey / drawn on the spot by I. Hoffman ; Scoles sc.

The governor's mansion, Lecompton, Kansas Territory

The gold mining town of Rock Creek, British Columbia, 1860

Mule laden with casks - Boundary Commission huts, Colville, Columbia R.

Roman Catholic mission near Fort Colville, 1860

Kisherer? - the Roman Catholic mission on the left bank of the Kootenay [i.e., Kootenai] River, south of the boundary in Washington Territory, 1861

[Fort Burnham, formerly Confederate Fort Harrison, James River, Virginia, with bombproof quarters(?) in foreground, soldiers, log buildings in background]

[Union soldiers, in camp, posed in front of log buildings]

Officers' winter quarters, Army of Potomac, Brandy Station

Civil War camp scene, showing company kitchen, 1863(?)

A thirsty crowd Newspapers for the Army. The race for camp E. Forbes

Enoch W. Raymond, wife, and other family members of wife's in front of teepee with log houses in background, Rose Bud Agency, South Dakota

Farm scene, New Helena, Custer County, Nebraska.

Ex-judge Chas R. Mathews of New Helena, Nebraska, in front of a log building that was one of the first buildings in the county and served for a time as New Helena's post office.

"Stillman Gates, Gates P.O."

Newton Sims on Victoria Creek (New Helena), Custer County, Nebraska

James Ash at Gates, Custer County, Nebraska.

Frank Cozad ranch, New Helena, Nebraska.

Orvis (Orvas) Pike, Old Jefferson Post Office, Custer County, Nebraska

H. Bathrick Family of New Helena, Nebraska.

George Garrison farm

"The Power of Suggestion"

The log and sod house of Frank Cozad, 2 miles east of New Helena, Nebraska

Stillman Gates home and family, Gates, Custer County, Nebraska,.

"The Power of Suggestion"

H. Bathrick Family of New Helena, Nebraska.

Ex-judge Chas R. Mathews of New Helena, Nebraska, in front of a log building that was one of the first buildings in the county and served for a time as New Helena's post office.

George R. Carr, New Helena, one of the oldest settlers in Custer County, showing his old dugout.

Morrison residence on Victoria Creek near Merna, Custer County, Nebraska.

Family with livestock near New Helena, Custer County, Nebraska.

"Working at the Cattle Ranch" East Custer County, Nebraska.

Veterans Tippecanoe Club and their cabin, Kansas City, Mo.

John Hohman sod house and stock, Woods Park, Custer County, Nebraska.

J. Woods family, Woods Park, Custer County, Nebraska

[Corn barn, Ambar]

Thomas Langhorn, northeast of New Helena, Nebraska.

Burl Morrison and his dog, Ponto

Streb log house on Victoria Creek, New Helena, Custer County, Nebraska.

Thomas Langhron, Victoria Creek, Custer County, Nebraska.

Thomas Langhron, Victoria Creek, Custer County, Nebraska.

Old Mill on the Niobrara River

Old Mill on the Niobrara River

Farm scene in southwestern Custer County, Nebraska.

Al Wise ranch near Callaway, one of the oldest settlers on the South Loup River.

Branding cattle on the McConnell Ranch on the South Loup River near Georgetown, Nebraska.

Southwest Custer County, Nebraska.

[Group portrait of St. Regis Mohawk men and women in costume outside log building, some on horseback]

Roman Catholic hospital, Dawson City

Theater at 40 Miles

Jim Haly and his squaw

Jim Haly and his squaw

[Rural scene showing buildings on barren land]

Igloo Inn

Rural scene showing buildings on barren land

The first depot at Anchorage

Dan Cadzow

[Indigenous peoples outside of log building]

An open camp in the woods

Scene in front of Ott and Scheele's general merchandise store

Frank G. Carpenter on the right

[Log cabin building]

The Log Cabin Club

Traveller's Rest Hotel

Mess house

[Wells Fargo & Co. Express]

Door of the Log Cabin Club

Log cabin

St. John's Episcopal Mission

Post office and roadhouse

[Tent next to log cabin]

Grant Spain Ranch on one of Quisenbury Ranches.

Hospital

Haly's Roadhouse - Jim Haly in foreground

Mess house

Hospital

Dairy farm

[Seward building]

[Three women seated on bench, against log buildings]

Old Woman Road House

Log farmhouse, Roanoke County, Virginia

[Men resting]

[Tents and log buildings]

The Old Inn

U.S. Marshal's Office

Natives

Axel Sherbeck farm near Westerville, Nebraska.

Group Copper R. Siwashes at Davis' roadhouse / Miles Bros.

Log house near Carnes Bridge

In the heart of Norway on Suldal Lake Norway

Log house of William H. Nutter, Sr. The oldest house in Buffalo County, Nebraska

Log house of William H. Nutter, Sr. The oldest house in Buffalo County, Nebraska

Na Urali︠e︡

Chemehuevi modern home

Carnes Bridge Post Office after being destroyed by a tornado on 4 June 1908.

Istochnik na Olʹginoĭ gori︠e︡. [Rossiĭskai︠a︡ imperii︠a︡]

Eskimo family from Labrador Seattle A.Y.P.E.

Selo Paltoga. [Rossiĭskai︠a︡ imperii︠a︡]

Signalʹnai︠a︡ machta pri vkhodi︠e︡ v porog Sigovet︠s︡. [Rossiĭskai︠a︡ imperii︠a︡]

Obshchīĭ vid na t︠s︡erkovʹ Preobrazhenīi︠a︡. Pidʹma. [Rossiĭskai︠a︡ imperii︠a︡]

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