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Washington and Lee College

Cross and harp floral arrangements

Tintern Abbey. The north transept

Stone family, Philadelphia

Crystal Palace Sydenhem

[Mrs. William Y. McAllister, half-length, seated, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Bahia Honda Bridge spanning one of the Florida Keys -- near Key West, Fla.

[William Y. McAllister, full-length, seated in chair with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Front of unfinished church in Chihuahua

J. N. Stone Jr. in boy's soldier suit

Park trail

Autriche - Vienne. Neukärtnerstrasse

View from Poets' Corner, looking towards the Confessor's Chapel

Your likeness, sir? No white eyes

Supper after the ball

Kane's boat and deer park

The Book of Psalms open with reading glasses

Library of Ferd. Dreer

Portrait of two unidentified men

Miniature model of Windsor Castle

Mrs. J. Stone

Book of Psalms

[William Y. McAllister, half-length, seated]

Fore Bay, Laurel Iron Works Chester County

Allister, Elizette, Jessie, children of Dr. William R. Grant, looking at book on table, with one girl holding a basket of flowers

[John McAllister, half-length portrait, facing slightly left]

Interior of Exeter Cathedral, with the Minstrel's Gallery

[William Y. McAllister with wife, full-length, seated in decorative chair]

[John and Fanny Stevenson, three-quarters length, seated, with arms resting on table with tablecloth]

[Chinese and others on small bridge, with tower in background, Niagara Falls, N.Y.]

[View of Paris with church steeple in foreground]

Raglan Castle, Monmouthshire

Fore Bay, Laurel Iron Works, Chester County

Sword carried by Captain Steele in the battle between the King's forces and Cromwell's. 250 years old. Now in pocession of Hugh ?. Laurel Iron Works, Chester County. Capt. Steele an ancestor of James N. Stone and a Royalist

William Penn's silver tea service

[Unidentified French city view]

The profound game

St. Peter's churchyard

[William Y. McAllister with wife seated in decorative chair]

Statue of John Anderson and wife

Caesar's Tower, Wariwck Castle

Paris, building interior with chandeliers

[Unidentified woman, half-length, seated, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

The Briars, residence of C. Guillou near Darby

Miniature model of Windsor Castle

[Bust of William Robertson Grant]

Crystal Palace, London

[Demolition of the Pont Neuf]

[John McAllister, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

[John McAllister, three-quarter length portrait, seated, facing front with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife on their wedding day, Dec. 30, 1852

[Agnes Y. McAllister, three-quarters length, seated in ornate chair, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

[Laying the cornerstone of the new Masonic temple, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]

[Sarah Allister McAllister Grant, three-quarters length, seated in chair, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Mr. and Mrs. John M. Stevenson, three-quarters length, seated

[Unidentified man, three-quarters length, seated, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

[Family of W.Y. McAllister]

Royal Exchange / by the London Stereoscopic Company.

[Henrietta, wife of Wardale G. McAllister, three-quarters length, seated in ornate chair, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Grande Rue, St. Malo, from the ramparts, (p. 14.)

Dovecot and bridge on the Ellé, Quimperlé, (p. 175.)

Curious house with leaning turrets, Lannion, (p. 88.)

South-west view of calvary and sacristy, Guimiliau, (p. 123.)

Declivitous Street, with quaint houses, Dinan, (p. 290.)

Court of the Chateau de la Forêt, near Quimper, (p. 170.)

The principal street on market-day, Josselin, (p. 236.)

[Person in a horse-drawn vehicle in front of a house] / Stacy 143 Madison St.

Renaissance fountain, Grande Place, Guingamp, (p. 51.)

Quay, with bridge and shipping, Auray, (p. 194.)

Quay and Shipping on the Blavet, Hennebon, (p. 185.)

West front and towers of the cathedral, Quimper, (p. 166.)

Emlen Cresson & son Willie Prichett Cresson

West door of the Abbey of Léhon, near Dinan, (p. 294.)

Ruins of Temple Church, Lanleff, (p. 74.)

[Emlen Cresson, three-quarters length portrait, facing front, with arm resting on table with tablecloth]

Group of Finisterre peasants, and gendarme, (p. 171.)

Towers and doorway of cathedral, St. Pol-de-Léon, (p. 106.)

Inner court of the Chateau de Léon, Josselin, (p. 238.)

Quay and Church of St. Michael, Quimperlé, (p. 174.)

The Market-place on market-day, Lannion, (p. 87.)

Cathedral and bridge on the Vilaine, Rennes, (p. 268.)

South porch of church, with peasants, Lampaul, (p. 121.)

Temporary triumphal arch at Napoléonville, (p. 236.)

Quay and bridge on the river, Chateaulin, (p. 142.)

Overhanging houses, Grande Place, Guingamp, (p. 50.)

West front of the calvary, Plougastel, (p. 137.)

Bridge, and Hospital of Ste. Anne, Lannion, (p. 89.)

Perforated spire of cathedral, Tréguier, (p. 80.)

South porch of church, with peasants, Guimiliau, (p. 123.)

Street, and Church of the Holy Trinity, Lannion, (p. 95.)

Ramparts and Tower of St. Vincent, St. Malo, (p. 16.)

Gateway to the precincts of Ste. Anne, Auray, (p. 196.)

Group of menhirs at Kemaon, near Carnac, (p. 206.)

Church of Notre Dame de Creisker, St. Pol-de-Léon, (p. 104.)

Hooded house in the Grande Place, Guingamp, (p. 51.)

Wells, with ornamental ironwork, Hennebon (p. 187.)

Dolmen in a farmyard at Erdeven, near Carnac, (p. 204.)

Town and cathedral, Guingamp, from the Trieux, (p. 48.)

Ruins of the Castle of the Vicomtes de Tonquedec, (p. 93.)

Fish-wives selling conger eels, Lannion, (p. 88.)