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[Saint Cecilia holding her emblems: portable organ and martyr's palm]

[America, 1771 - title page ornamentation showing Native wearing skirt made of feathers in tropical scene with alligator and palm trees]

A brief memoir of the late colonel Frederick Baron de Weissenfels. one of the heroes of the Revolution. Compiled from authentic papers left by his daughter and only heir, the late Mrs. Harriet De la Palm Baker, deceased ... [Signed] A friend of

The brilliant charge of Capt. May--At the Battle of Resaca de la Palma (Palm Ravine) 9th of May 1846 [...]

[Design drawing for stained glass window showing The Flight Into Egypt; Beatific with angel holding palm leaf and inscription field]

[Empress Carlota of Mexico, half-length portrait in cameo, surrounded by other cameo portraits of women, bordered on the sides by palm trees, shrubbery at bottom, topped by coat of arms and curled vine with leaves]

[Man on camel next to a slanting palm tree, desert in background]

[Unidentified soldier in Union frock coat, forage cap, shoulder scales, and gauntlets with sword and scabbard in front of painted backdrop showing landscape with palm trees]

[Unidentified young soldier in Union uniform and infantry forage cap with sheathed musicans' sword and bugle in front of painted backdrop showing palm trees]

Hydraulic Mining-The Palm Claim, Timbuctoo, Yuba County

Palm Beach

Chapel at Hotel Royal Palm [i.e. Royal Palm Hotel], Miami, Fla.

Bethesda by the Sea, Palm Beach, Fla.

Orizaba, the banana palm

Hotel Royal Palm from the bay, Miami, Fla.

Rubber trees near Palm Beach

Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

Ocean Ave., Palm Beach, Florida

Surf bathing at Palm Beach

[Bicycle Ave., Palm Beach, Florida]

[Palm Beach, Florida, Ocean Avenue]

Landing at Palm Beach, The

Cocoanut Ave., Palm Beach, Fla.

Make me like the palm

[Village and palm trees by a lake with a pyramid in the distance, before 1923, Egypt. Camel and native in foregrd.]

[Group of ten workers posed by palm trees, Saigon, South Vietnam]

[A hammock on the Indian River, Florida, with a lane through palm grove] / Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls, N.Y.

[Palm Beach, Fla., bicycles and wheelchair path between Poinciana and Breakers]

[Casino with Palm Garden, Frankfort on Main (i.e. Frankfurt am Main), Germany]

[Group of children, with baskets, posed under palm tree, Saigon, South Vietnam]

[Interior of Palm Houses, Frankfort on Main (i.e. Frankfurt am Main), Germany]

Hotel [Royal] Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

Palm Beach

Day's fishing, Palm Beach, Fla.

Three men carrying palm leaf and matting rain shields

[Royal Palm Hotel, Miami, Fla.]

[Cocoanut trees, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Young woman (Nancy Lovis (Kraft)) in Middle Eastern costume, with floral headdress and palm frond, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front]

[Date palm trees]

[Man climbing palm tree; man with fishing net, Sea of Galilee?]]

The walk at Palm Beach

[People in a village, palm trees in background]

Palm plantation in the Jordan Valley

Haifa & environs. Mount Carmel & Haifa. (Looking through the palm groves along the bay)

Haifa & environs. Mount Carmel & palm groves. (Evening scene)

To Sinai via the desert. Luxurious palm grove in Wady Feiran.

Around the Dead Sea. Palm tree killed by the water of the Dead Sea

Hotel Royal Palm [i.e. Royal Palm Hotel], Miami, Fla.

[A West Palm Beach cottage, W. Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Sunrise on Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

The Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Palm Beach, Fla., main entrance to the Royal Poinciana]

On the beach, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Surf bathing, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Golf links, no. 5 green, Palm Beach, Florida]

[A Glimpse of the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Palm Beach, Fla., orange & grape fruit on same tree]

Residence in palm grove, Key West, Fla.

To Sinai via the desert. Pyramids with palm grove.

To Sinai via the Red Sea, Tor, and Wady Hebran. Feeding camel palm leaves.

[North from the colonnade, Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[S.W. view, Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Golf links, Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[City park, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

Palm Avenue, Sea Breeze, [i.e. Seabreeze] Fla.

Carrying palm mats 50 m. to church at Lam, W. Africa

[Lake Worth and Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Palm Beach, Florida]

Field day sports, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Miami River and Royal Palm Hotel, Miami, Fla.]

Bicycle path to ostrich farm, Palm Beach, Fla.

Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Waterfront with palm, probably Fla.]

[Hibiscus blossoms, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Bathing, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

Youngsters on the beach, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Along the shore of Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[The Road through the golf links, Palm Beach, Fla.]

Miami River and the Hotel Royal Palm, Miami, Fla.

[W. Palm Beach residences, gardens, W. Palm Beach, Fla.]

Porch of the Hotel Royal Palm [i.e. Royal Palm Hotel], Miami, Fla.

Veranda of The Breakers, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Palm walk, Havana, Cuba]

[Sunset on Lake Worth, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[The Royal Poinciana from Lake Worth, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

Bicycle path to ostrich farm, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Hibiscus blossoms, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

[The Golf links, Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Bathing hour, Palm Beach, Florida]

Tennis courts, Palm Beach, Fla.

East front, Hotel Royal Palm, Miami, Florida

[Along the colonnade, Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

Surf bathing at Palm Beach, Florida

[Along the west facade, Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.]

The Breakers from the casino, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Hotel Royal Poinciana Hotel, Palm Beach, Fla.]

The Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach, Fla.

[Beach club, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Reve d'ete (Garden of Eden), home of C.L. Cragin, West Palm Beach, Fla.]

[Paul Wohlbruck Palm Garden Bar, Dayton, Ohio]

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