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Map of that part of the city of Washington on which Mess'rs Lynch and Sands mansion-house stands.

[View of the city of Charleston, S.C., with a mansion, the Nathaniel Rusell House on Meeting Street at center, surrounded by smaller residences and First Scots Presbyterian Church at right]

[Mount Vernon with outbuildings shown from the far side of the driveway]

[Mount Vernon]

Oakland Hall near Norristown(?)

View from the Schuylkill River looking up toward a mansion, possibly Lemon Hill in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, atop a hillside at center; a steam ferry passes on the river below, one man fishes from a boat in the foreground and another appears to be rowing a scull

Mr. Lealand's i.e. Leland's house, New Roachell i.e. New Rochelle, proprietor of the Metropolitan Hotel

Mount Vernon, VA no. 634 / George Stacy.

[Drawing room and glimpse of hall, the Cedars]

Blair, Francis Preston, house, Silver Spring

Mansion of James Hopkinson, Edisto Island, S.C.

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Elevation. Sketch]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Elevation. Sketch]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Second floor. Plan]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. West elevation. Rendering]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. First floor plan. Sketch] / R. M. Hunt, Archt.

Mansion of John E. Seabrook, Edisto Island, S.C.

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Elevation. Sketch]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Elevation. Sketch]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. Roof plan]

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. First floor plan. Sketch] / R. M. Hunt, Archt.

[John N. A. Griswold house (now Newport Art Museum), Newport, Rhode Island. North elevation. Rendering] / R. M. Hunt, Archt.

Ruins of Montgomery Blair's house at Silver Spring burnt by the Confederates under Gen. Early

Entrance to Lemon Hill

Mansion house

South Battery Street, B.

South Battery Street, A

[Richard Baker Jr. house, Westcliff, Ledge Road, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

[Mrs. William F. (Elizabeth Underhill) Coles house, Bellevue Avenue and Dixon Street, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

[Richard Baker Jr. house, Westcliff, Ledge Road, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

[Richard Baker Jr. house, Westcliff, Ledge Road, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

[Mrs. William F. (Elizabeth Underhill) Coles house, outbuilding, Bellevue Avenue and Dixon Street, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

[Richard Baker Jr. house, Westcliff, Ledge Road, Newport, Rhode Island] / Rockwood & Co., Phot. N.Y. ; R.M. Hunt, architect.

Mansion for William K. and Alva Vanderbilt, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Front and side elevations

Three monuments / F. Graetz.

William K. and Alva Vanderbilt mansion, 660 Fifth Avenue, New York City

House of George R. Fearing Esq., Newport, R.I.

View from the hall in Mr. Francklyn's cottage

H.G. Marquand residence, Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

H.G. Marquand residence, Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

Appleton house, Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

Appleton house, Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

Old wing of the Parker Castle

[Dorsheimer-Busk house, Newport, Rhode Island. Rendering]

[W. V. Lawrence residence, 969 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Perspective rendering]

[Exterior of home of Senator Philander Knox, 1527 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C.]

Welbeck Abbey. Nr. Worksop

Sandringham House S.W. Front

[Belcourt, summer estate for Oliver H.P. Belmont, Newport, R.I. Side elevation] / R.M. Hunt archt.

[Belcourt, summer estate for Oliver H.P. Belmont, Newport, R.I. Elevation]

[Marble House, William Kissam Vanderbilt house (Newport, Rhode Island). Interior wall details. Elevation]

[W. V. Lawrence residence, 969 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Exterior] / F.E. Parshley, photo, 70 Hicks St., Brooklyn, N.Y.

[Belcourt, summer estate for Oliver H.P. Belmont, Newport, R.I. Front elevation] / R.M. Hunt archt.

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan of ground floor] / R.M. Hunt, Arch't.

Cornelius Vanderbilt 'Breakers,' Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

[J. J. Astor residence, 840 Fifth Avenue, New York City]

House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Great hall. Elevation

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan of staircase hall and carriage porch] / R.M. Hunt, Arch't.

Cornelius Vanderbilt "Breakers," Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

[Boston, Mass., Gov. John Hancock mansion with carriage drawn by six horses in foreground]

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan of ground floor] / R.M. Hunt, Arch't.

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan]

Cornelius Vanderbilt 'Breakers,' Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan] / Richard M. Hunt, Architect, New York.

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan of ground floor]

Cornelius Vanderbilt "Breakers," Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

Cornelius Vanderbilt "Breakers," Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan of ground floor] / R.M. Hunt, Arch't.

Cornelius Vanderbilt "Breakers," Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

[House ("The Breakers") for Cornelius Vanderbilt, Newport, Rhode Island. Plan of ground floor] / R.M. Hunt, Arch't.

[Belcourt, summer estate of Oliver H.P. Belmont, Newport, R.I.]

Mr. O.H.P. Belmont, Belcourt, Newport, R.I. Loggia / / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

"Belcourt," residence of O.H.P. Belmont Esq., Newport, R.I., 1891, staircase hall / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

Mr. O.H.P. Belmont, Belcourt, Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

"Belcourt," residence of O.H.P. Belmont Esq., Newport, R.I., 1891, second story hall / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

Mr. O.H.P. Belmont, Belcourt, Newport, R.I. / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

"Belcourt," residence of O.H.P. Belmont Esq., Newport, R.I., 1891, Gothic room / Frank H. Child, photographer, Newport, R.I.

A look ahead at Newport / J.S. Pughe.

Strawberry Mansion, Fairmount Park, Philadelphia

[Mansions in Charleston, S.C.]

Custis-Lee Mansion, Arlington, VA

Cliveden, the Chew Mansion, Germantown

Residence of Mr. Potter Palmer, Chicago

The Jefferson Davis mansion, Richmond, Virginia

Fortifications, Peak Hotel and palatial residences--from mountain top, above Hong Kong

Fortifications, Peak Hotel and palatial residences--from mountain top, above Hong Kong

Pringle House, Charleston, S.C.

Residence of Mrs. Oelrichs, Newport, R.I., 1902 Plate 171

[George Washington Vanderbilt house, 640 Fifth Avenue, New York. Fireplace mantel. Elevation. Sketch]

[George Washington Vanderbilt house, 640 Fifth Avenue, New York. Reception room fireplace mantel. Perspective rendering. Sketch]

The Jumel Mansion, Washington Heights, New York

[William C. Atwater house, Westhampton Beach, New York. Front. Perspective projection] / H. Bacon, des.

President Roosevelt's summer home at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

President Roosevelt's summer home at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

President Roosevelt's summer home at Sagamore Hill, Oyster Bay, N.Y.

Fifth Ave. lined with the mansions of America's richest families, New York City

Ave. of Palms, De Lessups Mansions and entrance to the Panama Canal at Colon

Fifth Avenue and Vanderbilt Mansions, New York City, U. S. A

Bulloch mansion, the house of his mother, visited by President Roosevelt, Roswell, Ga.

"Rosegill," Middlesex County, Va., on the Rappahannock River at Urbanna. View from land side