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Nova et accuratissima urbis St. Petersburg à Russorum Imperatore Petro Alexiewiz ao. 1703 ad ostium Nevæ Fl. conditæ et regionis circumjacentis delineatio /

The Russian discoveries from the map published by the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg.

[Passage, in Russian, from A Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow (1790), in which A.N. Radischev cites excerpts from the Pennsylvania Constitution of 1776 which guarantee freedom of the press]

Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, dedicated by permission to his Imperial Majesty Alexander 1st. by his much obliged humble servant J.A. Atkinson / drawn on the spot by J.A. Atkinson, from the observatory of the Academy of Sciences.

[Fig. 1 Grand promenade in Elysian Fields, Paris; fig. 2 Festival (religious) at St. Petersburg; fig. 3 Public meeting in England]

Officer of Sesghian(?) Regt, St. Petersburg

[Kazan Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia]

Journey from St. Petersburg to Moscow.

[Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[State carriage of Alexander III, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Imperial Public Library, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Peterhof from Castle, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[The Isaac Cathedral from Alexander's Garden, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Place of the Imperial Council, West Side, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[The Place Snamjensky, (i.e., Znamenskii), St. Petersburg, Russia]

[The Admiralty Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Admiralty and War Offices, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Dwortzowi (i.e., Dvortsovyi), Bridge and Admiralty Quay, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Peterhof Pavilion Samsonsky, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[The Winter Palace Place and Alexander's Column, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Alexander Theatre, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Kasan Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Peterhof, towards the sea, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Cathedral of SS, Peter and Paul, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Alexander's Column, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[The Palace Place and the Ministry, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Peterhof golden stair, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Evgraff P. Kovalewsky, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front] / R. Sobolef, St. Petersburg.

La Colonne Alexander, St. Petersburg

[Monument of Catherine II, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Peter the Great Place, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Alster Arcade and Hotel St. Petersburg, Hamburg, Germany]

[Alexander II's chapel, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[St. Nicholas Church, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[Pawlowsk, (i.e., Pavlovsk), the Castle, St. Petersburg, Russia]

[The Newsky, (i.e., Nevskii), prospekt and the Admiralty, St. Petersburg, Russia]

S. Peterburgʺ. Zimnīĭ dvoret︠s︡ʺ. Zalʺ St.-Pétersbourg. Palais d'Hiver salle.

St. Pétersbourg. L'arc de Triomphe et le Palais d'Hiver

S. Peterburgʺ. Elaginʺ. Dvoret︠s︡ʺ St.-Pétersbourg. Jélagine. Le palais.

Map of Russia showing route of the W.T.C. [i.e. World Transportation Commission] from Vladivostok to St. Petersburg

Nevsky Prospect, the principal street of St. Petersburg, Russia, (looking east)

The Imperial Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia

St. Petersburg, memorial church where Alex II was killed

Bourse Place, Vasilii Ostrof, St. Petersburg, Russia

Mosque [sic] of St. Vladimir, St. Petersburg

Nicholas I monument & Isaac cathedral, St. Petersburg

Second-hand shops, St. Petersburg

Salon of American Embassy, St. Petersburg

[Smolny Cathedral, St. Petersburg, Russia]

Nicolai Bridge, St. Petersburg

Hiring place for women, St. Petersburg

The Nevski Prospect, the main thoroughfare of St. Petersburg, Russia

"Tomb of Jesus," Alexander Nevsky Chapel, St. Petersburg, Russia

Alexander Column (Greatest Monolith of Modern Times) and War Office Building, St. Petersburg, Russia

The Bolschaya Morskaya and War Office Arch, St. Petersburg, Russia

Nicolai Bridge, St. Petersburg, [Russia]

Admiralty [bldg.], St. Petersburg, Russia

Street fakir and some of his customers, St. Petersburg, Russia

Traders wares in the Tartar market, St. Petersburg, Russia

The Japanese boudoir, Peterhof Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia

General Kuropatkin & his staff joyfully leaving St. Petersburg for the front

The Nevsky Prospect, St. Petersburg, Russia

S. Peterburgʺ. Varshavskīĭ vokzalʺ St.-Pétersbourg. La gare de Varsovie.

Spectators at unveiling of monument to Peter the Great, St. Petersburg

Miss Katie Stone, Newski, St. St Petersburg, Russia

Spectators at unveiling of monument to Peter, St. Petersburg

Czar and religious leaders at unveiling of monument to Peter the Great, St. Petersburg

Unveiling monument to Peter the Great, St. Petersburg

Monument to Peter the Great, St. Petersburg

Czar and military at unveiling of monument to Peter the Great, St. Petersburg

Minister of Ways and Communications & his staff. St. Petersburg

The Monroe doctrine - let Sam do it / Kep.

Panoramic view of St. Petersburg, Fla. from the La Plaza Theatre

"Scene beautiful" Beach Drive, St. Petersburg, Fla.

Nicholas, Grand Duke of Russia, 1856-1929

Some of the shacks in "St. Petersburg," the district in which the beet-workers live in Sterling. Some have to rent even these poor shacks, but many have their own cottages and some buy their farms in a few years. Location: Sterling, Colorado / Photo by Hine, Oct. 21/15.

[Some of the shacks in "St. Petersburg," the district in which the beet-workers live in Sterling. Some have to rent even these poor shacks, but many have their own cottages and some buy their farms in a few years]. Location: [Sterling, Colorado] / [Photo by Hine, Oct. 21/15]

Petrogradʺ - T︠S︡erkovʹ - pami︠a︡tnikʺ pogibshimʺ mori︠a︡tnikʺ

Shop window showing bullet hole, riots of July 1917, Petrograd (St. Petersburg), Russia

The memorial church of Alexander the Second. #17

The palace of the Czar's mistress. #22

The Mohammedan temple in Petrograd with its beautiful blue mosaic tile has been protected from injury by the erection of a high wooden fence. #26

The mosaic tile upon the face of the church is a rich example of decoration (Alexander II Memorial). #18

[Wood being loaded on wagons from canal boats on the Fontanka River, St. Petersburg, Russia]

The Winter Palace, Petrograd (St. Petersburg), Russia

The new port of St. Petersburg on Florida's west coast

Bolling House, 224 S. Sycamore St., Petersburg, Dinwiddie County, Virginia

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Loggia, to portico

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Bay facade

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Porch

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Den

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Patio I

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Dining room

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Entrance detail

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Loggia, to entrance II

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Living room window

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. General entrance view from street

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. Loggia, to entrance I

Harry R. Playford, residence at 415 Brightwaters Blvd., St. Petersburg, Florida. East end of porch