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Commuters, who have just come off the train, waiting for the bus to go home, Lowell, Mass.

[Saint Brendan, 484-577, figurative map of St. Brendan's legendary voyage; shows Mass being said on the back of a whale]

[Coast of New England from Cape Elizabeth, Me. to Newburyport, Mass.

[Coast of New England from Cape Elizabeth, Me. to Newburyport, Mass.

Broadside of Revolutionary War period: [Enlistment authoriz. Watertown, Mass.]

Recruting poster for the Mass. state train of Artillery, Boston, 1776

Millers Falls, Mass.

The treaty of peace. Office of the Newburyport Herald, Feb. 21,- 4 P. M. ... Treaty of peace and amity between his Britannic majesty and the United States of America. Newburyport Mass. 1815.

Mount Auburn Cemetery--Monument to Judge Story [and map of the cemetery, Boston, Mass.]

Market Street, Lynn, Mass., as it appeared in 1820.

Order of exercises for the celebration of the] forty-eighth anniversary of American independence, July - 1824. [Newburyport, Mass.] W. & J. Gilman, printers [1824].

A map of Mendon, Worcester County, Mass. /

The house in Roxbury, Mass: (as it now stands, August, 1840.) in which General Joseph Warren was born in the year 1741

View of Worcester, Mass. taken from Union Hill / P. Anderson del. ; on stone by R. Cooke ; T. Moore's Lithography, Boston.

Whigs of Hampden. Springfield, Mass. Saturday, November 3, 1838.

National Galaxy, Boston, Mass.

Proceedings of the Whig state convention, at Worcester, Mass., June 17, 1840.

View of the merchants exchange. Boston, Mass.

Nashville, July 6, 1844. Dear Sir:--- The Democracy of Tennessee, acting through the Central Committee appointed by their State convention, propose to hold a mass meeting at this place on the 15th of August next ....

East view of the village of North Bridgewater, Mass. 1844.

Statistics of Lowell manufactures, January MDCCCXLVI compiled from authentic sources. Lowell, Mass. Published by Joel Taylor, at the office of the Lowell daily courier [1846].

Map of East Bridgewater, Mass. /

Circular letter. Harvard, Mass., March 20th, 1849. Esteemed friend:- Have you read the publications of the United Believers? and if so, what do you think of the views therein presented? ... I am your friend. Lorenzo D. Grosvenor.

Sunday mass on the Campagna

[Cottage-villa in the rural Gothic style, residence of William J. Rotch of New Bedford, Mass., built from the plans of Mr. Davis: front elevation]

State carriage for his highness the Vice-roy of Egypt--Built by T.W. Wason & Co., Springfield, Mass., U.S. / Des. & lith. by Bingham, Dodd & Co., Hartford, Conn.

Christ Church Cambridge Mass.

[Cottage-villa in the rural Gothic style, residence of William J. Rotch of New Bedford, Mass., built from the plans of Mr. Davis: principal floor plan]

[fig. 1 Brazilian plantation; fig. 2, 3 Diamond washing; fig. 4, 5 Brazilian sports; fig. 6, Brazilian planter's family walking to mass; fig. 7 Patagonian camp]

A new view of the city of Lowell, Mass

Ho, for Cuba, [Cut of ship] Liberty for all. Grand meeting Huzzah for Lopes. The citizens of Washington and vicinity, are respectfully invited to attend a mass meeting, to be held in front of the Patent office, on Monday evening, Sep. 1, 1851. T

Religious revival meeting at Eastham, Mass., 1852: Prayer meeting in a tent

Map of the town of Concord, Middlesex County Mass. /

Religious revival meeting at Eastham, Mass., 1852: Landing at Eastham...

Religious revival meeting at Eastham, Mass., 1852: Exhortation and preaching...

Sketch of a house in the streets at Boston Mass: being raised from its foundations for the purpsoe of permanent elevation

Primary numerical table. Addition. John C. Dow. Lawrence, [Mass.] [c. 1854].

Primary numerical table. Subtraction. John C. Dow, Lawrence [Mass.] [c. 1854].

Salem, Mass. / J.W. Hill, del ; J.H. Colon, lith.

The First mass in the temples of Yucatan, Mexico

Hon. Chas. R. Train of Mass

Hon. Charles Sumner of Mass

Marine Hospital, Chelsea, Mass. End elevation, drawing no. 6

Hon. Robert Charles Winthrop of Mass.

Hon. Robert Charles Winthrop of Mass.

Hon. Eli Thayer of Mass.

Hon. Charles Sumner of Mass.

Hon. Eli Thayer of Mass.

Hon. Eli Thayer of Mass.

Map of the town of Braintree, Norfolk County, Mass. /

Post office. Boston. Mass. Boston, October 20th, 1857. I embrace the earliest practicable moments on assuming the duties of this office, to ask of all who have occasion to seek its accommodations, to make such suggestions of improvements in the

... Democratic caucus! A meeting for the election of delegates to attend the "Democratic District Convention" ... [Lynn, Mass.] From the Boston Post Job Office [1858].

Improvement ! Improvement! The undersigned, proprietor of the City laundry, West Northampton, near Washington Street, Boston, Mass., begs to inform his numerous patrons in Boston ... he has introduced into his establishment a new and improved ma

Works of the American Watch Company, Waltham, Mass.

Chickering's Pianoforte Manufactory - varnishing room, [Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.]

[8 views of operations in Chickering's Pianoforte Manufactory, Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.]

[Exterior view of Messers. Chickering's Pianoforte Manufactory and 5 views of operations inside, Tremont Street, Boston, Mass.]

"Get the best." Light! More light!! better light !!! Hanson's corn oil! ... H. P. Hanson & Co., proprietors and manufacturers, 85 Union Street Boston, Mass. Boston. Wright & Potter, proprietors and manufacturers 85 Union Street, Boston, Mass. Bo

Sunday Morning Mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

Andrews of Mass

Oliver Edwards, Col. 37th Mass

Lt. Col. R. Peard 9th Mass

D.A. Russell, Col. 7th Mass

Surg. M.E. Simmons, 22nd Mass Inf

Col. Fletcher Webster, 12th Mass. Inf.

Col. T. Cass, 9th Mass. Inf.

Maj. W. Dwight 2nd Mass. Inf.

Hon. Henry Wilson of Mass.

Hon. Henry Wilson of Mass

Great mass meeting to endorse the call of the Legislature of South Carolina for a state convention to discuss the question of secession from the Union, held at Institute Hall, Charleston, S.C., on Monday, Nov. 12, 1860

Great mass meeting to endorse the call of the legislature of South Carolina for a state conv. to discuss the question of secession from the Union, held at Institute Hall, Charleston, S.C. on Monday, Nov. 12, 1860

Dawes, Hon. Henry Laurens of Mass.

Hon. James Buffington of MASS

Hon. Henry L. Dawes of Mass.

Hon. [William Barrett] Washburn of Mass.

Scully, 9th Mass

Col. W.S. Tilton, 22nd Mass. Inf.

Col. W.S. Tilton, 22nd Mass. Inf.

Andrews of Mass

Hon. Ginery Twichell, of Mass.

Hon. Oakes Ames of Mass.

Hon. Nathaniel Prentice Banks of Mass.

Hon. Henry Laurens Dawes of Mass.

[Bunker Hill Monument, Boston, Mass.]

Col. W.S. Tilton, 22nd Mass. Inf.

D.A. Russell, Col. 7th Mass

The sheomakers' strike in Lynn, Mass. - procession, in the midst of a snow storm, of eight hundred women operatives joining the strike..., preceded by the Lynn City Guards with music, and followed by four thousand workmen

[Henry Laurens Dawes, senator of Mass., three-quarters length portrait, seated, facing right]

Hon. Oakes Ames of Mass

Hon. Geo. Merrick Brooks of Mass.

Maj. W. Dwight 2nd Mass Inf. Standing on right see B814-1811

Sunday Morning Mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

Review of the Mass. volunteer militia, at Concord, Sept. 9, 1859, by his excellency (commander in chief) Nathaniel P. Banks / Endicott & Co., lith.

Hon. James Buffington of Mass.

Hon. Geo. Frisbie Hoar of MASS

[Unidentified young woman] / A. F. Hawes, Taunton, Mass.

Hon. Nathaniel Prentice Banks of Mass

Sunday Morning Mass. Camp of 69th N.Y. SM

Hon. Charles Sumner of Mass

George L. Andrews, Col. of 2nd Mass Inf.

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