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To the public. The undersigned, inventor of the marble slab coffins, having taken the initiatory steps to secure his rights by letters patent of the United States is now prepared to dispose of rights either by license to build or for territory.

Keystone marble works S.F. Jacoby & Co. Market St. betw: 20th & 21st Philadelphia

[Buildings inside the imperial palace compound in Beijing, China, showing stairways and marble terrace with dragons]

U.S. Reports: Marble Company v. Ripley, 77 U.S. (10 Wall.) 339 (1870)

[Mermer Kule (Marble Tower)] / Abdullah Frères.

[View of the Mermer Kule (Marble Tower) from the sea] / Abdullah Frères.

[Mermer Kule (Marble Tower)] / Abdullah Frères.

U.S. Reports: Tutton v. Viti, 108 U.S. 312 (1883)

[Marble bust of woman in artist studio]

The charity pagoda surrounded by the 733 little pagodas each containing a chapter of the Buddhist law engraved on a marble slab

Female lobbyists at Washington, D.C. - a scene in the Marble Room of the Capitol - Senators in the toils [4 women lobbying 2 men]

Marble cutters' float, Washington Inaugural Centennial Celebration, New York City, Arpil 29th & 30th, and May 1st, 1889

Agra. Diwan-i-Chas

Marble quarry near Rutland

China - Peking - bronze animal figure on marble pedestal at entrance to the emperor's summer palace

[Marble Palace, Potsdam, Berlin, Germany]

Marble pagoda, which is a Buddhist monument, presented to a Korean monarch of the thirteenth century by an emperor of China

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

Marble time

George Thatcher's Minstrels allied with Rich & Harris' Comedy Co. in Tuxedo by Ed. Marble

N.C. 1st story, marble carving shop

[Sculpted marble stored in northeast curtain for construction of the Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building, Washington, D.C.]

Lahore - the Barahdari in the Hazuri Bagh - white marble pavilion built by Runjeet Singh

Down in Dixie written by Scott Marble.

Down in Dixie written by Scott Marble.

Down in Dixie written by Scott Marble.

[Marble Collegiate Church, New York, N.Y.]

[Marble worker]

Marble quarry, near Rutland, Green Mtns., Vt.

Head of goddess (marble), Greek, fourth century, B.C.

Constantinople. Sculptured marble base of the Obelisk

Marble quarry, near Rutland, Vt.

The marble worker

Southern Palestine. Marble statue unearthed [Askalon].

Marble stair in foyer, Murray Hill Hotel

Aphrodite marble, Greek

[Republic Marble quarry, near Knoxville, Tenn.]

Marble quarry, near Rutland, Vt., looking out

John H. Marble

[Marble Collegiate Church, New York, N.Y.]

New York Yacht Club: [Main hallway with marble staircase]

Marble Collegiate Church, New York

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

The Ming Tombs--Ancient Chinese sculpture--A marble soldier--China

Hauling marble from a marble saw-mill to the station - famous quarries of Carrara, Italy [by ox-drawn cart]

The world-famed quarries which have furnished the marble for all of Italy's master sculptures, Carrara, Italy

The beautifully carved marble staircase of the palace, Seoul, Korea

Marble elephants across west end of court, Nemnath Temple, Dilwarra, Mt. Abu, India

Republic Marble Quarry near Knoxville, Tenn.

A poem in marble columns and frescoed walls, Congressional Library, Washington, D.C., U.S.A.

Republic Marble Quarry near Knoxville, Tenn.

Beautifully carved marble pagoda, on the site of an old Buddhist monastery in the center of Seoul, Korea

Marble Room, [United States] Capitol at Washington, D.C.

A marvel of beauty - looking N. to Taj Mahal, marble tomb of a Mogul queen, Agra, India

Sylph-like forms in the sculptor's marble, World's Fair, St. Louis, Mo.

[Marble stair, foyer, Murray Hill Hotel, New York, N.Y]

"Her step was as light as the marble fawn, dancing the Mable Waltz"

Jumma Mosque, Delhi, of white marble and red sandstone, the greatest in India

The best preserved temple in all Greece, the doric Theseion of time-yellowed marble, Athens

Lower Fall, Marble Falls, Tex.

Equality League of Self-Supporting Women notice of outing to the country estate Marble Arch Near Kingsbridge

Woman Suffrage Gathering at Newport Marble House

Marble Palace at Newport. Lectures on Woman Suffrage, Marble House, August 24 and 28

Marble Collegiate Church, New York City

Young boys working in Vermont Marble Co. Proctor, Vt. Very illiterate. Location: Burlington, Vermont.

The Marble Room, U.S. [United States] Capitol, Washington, D.C.

Young boys working in Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt. Very illiterate. Location: Proctor, Vermont.

Young boy polishing marble in Vermont Marble Co., Centre Rutland, Vt. Most of these are illiterates. Location: Centre Rutland, Vermont

Interstate Commerce Com'n, Meyer, Harlan, Clements, Clark, Prouty, McChord, Marble

Marble House, Newport, R.I.

Young boy polishing marble in Vermont Marble Co., Centre Rutland, Vt. Most of these are illiterate. Location: Centre Rutland, Vermont.

Young boy polishing marble in Vermont Marble Co., Centre Rutland, Vt. Most of these are illiterates. Location: Centre Rutland, Vermont

Young boy polishing marble in Vermont Marble Co., Centre Rutland, Vt. Most of these are illiterates. Location: Centre Rutland, Vermont.

Mrs. Charles de Loosey Oelrichs is one of the prominent members of the Congressional Union for Woman Suffrage. Mrs. Oelrichs is one of the most beautiful young matrons in New York and Newport society. She has recently become interested in suffrage and took an active part in the Dansante given by the Congressional Union at Marble House, Newport, [Rhode Island], Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont's beautiful summer home.

Young boy polishing marble in Vermont Marble Co., Centre Rutland, Vt. Most of these are illiterate. Location: Centre Rutland, Vermont

Young boy polishing marble in Vermont Marble Co., Centre Rutland, Vt. Most of these are illiterates. Location: Centre Rutland, Vermont.

Young boys working in Vermont Marble Co., Proctor, Vt. Very illiterate. Location: Proctor, Vermont.

Young boys working in Vermont Marble Co. Proctor, Vt. Very illiterate. Location: Proctor, Vermont.

MARBLE, JOHN HOBART. COMMR., I.C.C

CANNON, JOSEPH GURNEY. REP. FROM ILLINOIS, 1873-1891, 1893-1913, 1915-1923. SPEAKER OF THE HOUSE, 1903-1913. MARBLE BUST OF

Under marble mountains

["Arcady," George Owen Knapp house, Sycamore Canyon Road, Montecito, California. Lower garden, exedra at terminus of walkway]

["Arcady," George Owen Knapp house, Sycamore Canyon Road, Montecito, California. Lower garden, steps from marble seat]

Adelaide Johnson standing in front of marble which would be used for Women's Pioneer Statue, Italy, ca. 1919-1921.

Georgia Marble Co. Sample of marble for Jefferson Memorial I

Fairmount School, 1711 Massachusetts Ave. Hall to marble stairway at Fairmount School

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

Georgia Marble Co. Sample of marble for Jefferson Memorial II

Poland's tribute to America. Lovers in marble and life, the fountain place in Lazienki park is the favorite spot for lovers in the city of Warsaw, Poland's present capital. Here, too, are some excellent groups in marble, typifying mythical love stories. The beauty of the park, the finest in Warsaw is one of the many results of the artistic nature of the Polish people who in spite of adverse conditions for centuries, have maintained a high standard of culture, except in the poorest classes

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

Treasury Department warehouse. Treasury Department sample rooms, marble room

Marble hall of the Custom House, New Orleans

White marble palaces along the Bosphorus. See 1343.

The rock on which the oracle priestess stood at Delphi to proclaim her utterances. Here came men rich and poor, Kings and generals for advice before embarking on new schemes and fields The lion of Chaeronea. A huge marble statue dug up in the fields of Chaeronea.

Marble champs

A zero job in Milan. Throwing switches all day in the shade of a parasol The last silk hat in Italy. An old driver in Milan who withstands the competition of the modern auto taxi ; Genoa. The most famous cemetery in the world where wives erect marble statues of themselves in weeping poses on their departed husbands' graves and before the tomb is green are partners in another marriage venture.

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