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Great Southern mail route from New York to N. Orleans! Through in 71/2 days. Via Washington City and Richmond, and the Chesapeake Bay and James River lines, to Charleston, Augusta, and Atlanta, Geo. Notasulga and Montgomery, Ala ... W. B. Wiley,

To Southern travellers! Spring, Summer and Fall arrangement of the great southern mail line! Via Washington City, S. C. Direct to New Orleans ... Stockton & Falls. E. F. Krebs, Agent. Baltimore, July, 1847. Murphy Print, 178 Market Street, Balti

Via Mala

Via Mala. Johannisberg

Entrance to the Via Mala--the Johannisberg

[Via Dolorosa - arch of "Ecce Homo"] / P. Bergheim.

[Dominican Republic, 1871]: Procuring water in Via River at Azua, for that city's daily consumption

Via Garibaldi / Otto.

[Via Sant'Agata, Siena] / Jo Pennell.

[Via Romana, Bordighera, Riviera]

[Via Roma, Genoa, Italy]

[Via Roma, Naples, Italy]

Firenze - Via Strozzi

[Via Guioco della Palla, San Remo, Riviera]

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Via Dolorosa.

[Third Station of the Cross on the Via Dolorosa]

The Via Dolorosa. Jerusalem. Eighth Station of the Cross. (Typical street of steps).

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Via Dolorosa.

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Via Dolorosa, Arch of Ecce Homo. / American Colony, Jerusalem.

Newer Jerusalem. Via Delrosa [i.e., Dolorosa] and arch

Newer Jerusalem. Via Delrosa [i.e., Dolorosa] and arch

Via Dolorosa [Ecce Homo Arch], Jerusalem. / American Colony, Jerusalem.

The Via Dolorosa. Jerusalem. Arch of Ecce Homo. (Via Dolorosa).

Via Dolorosa. Fifth Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa. Fifth Station of the Cross.

Via Egnatia - Greece

Newer Jerusalem. Via Delrosa [i.e., Dolorosa] and arch

Newer Jerusalem. Via Delrosa [i.e., Dolorosa] and arch

[Via Dolorosa. Fifth Station of the Cross]

The Via Dolorosa. Jerusalem. Seventh Station of the Cross. (Typical covered street).

Jerusalem (El-Kouds). Via Dolorosa.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Eleventh Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Tower of Antonia.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Ascent to Calvary

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Ninth Station of the Cross.

Catholic pilgrims, Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Cloister of Scourging.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Chapel of Ecce Homo, interior

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Roman games cut in the "pavement"

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of Seventh Station.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. [Thirteenth] Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of Fifth Station.

Pilgrims, Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Remains of Crusader church.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Pilgrims carrying cross on Via Dolorosa.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Prophet's stone.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Ecce Homo Arch.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Church of St. Anne.

Jerusalem during a snowy winter. Via Dolorosa in snow, Fifth Station

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Sixth Station of the Cross, House of St. Veronica.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Chapel of Condemnation.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. The tomb, Fourteenth Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of the Eighth Station.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Rent in the Rock of Calvary.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Pool of Bethesda.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Locking Church of the Holy Sepulchre.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Court of Chapel of Crowning.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Chapel of Ecce Homo, interior

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Fifth Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Tenth Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Chapel of Crowning with Thorns.

Jerusalem during a snowy winter. Via Dolorosa in snow, Eighth Station

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of Third Station.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of the house of St. Veronica.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Eighth Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Calvary, [Twelfth] Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Interior of Fourth Station.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Calvary, [Twelfth Station of the Cross]

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Fifth Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Second Station of the Cross.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. [Thirteenth] Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's gate. St. Stephen's Gate.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Chapel of Scourging.

Via Dolorosa, beginning at St. Stephen's Gate. Fourth Station of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, the street through which Jesus walked to Calvary

Small archway, going north from Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem

Via Dolorosa - Jerusalem. Pilgrims at station

The Fourth Station, Via Dolorosa, looking towards Damascus Gate

Via Dolorosa. The Prison of the Antonia. Details of tie-holes.

Via Dolorosa. The Prison of the Antonia. The dungeon showing supposed method of torture.

Via Dolorosa. The Prison of the Antonia. Doorway to rock-hewn chambers.

Via Dolorosa. The Prison of the Antonia. Spurious stock.

[Via Dolorosa, Jerusalem]

[Via Dolorosa (left); Arch of Ecce Homo, Via Dolorosa (right)]

Iraq. Babylon "the great." Various views of the crumbling ruins. Section of the Via Sacra showing well preserved pavement

Iraq. Babylon "the great." Various views of the crumbling ruins. The Via Sacra

Centennial Easter celebrations. Holy Year. The Holy Friday Via Dolorosa procession. Pilgrimage at first Station of the Cross, April 7, 1933

Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. Entrance view from right II

Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. Axis, pool to loggia, 5:30 p.m.

Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. Drawing room, from right to fireplace

Dr. John A. Vietor, "Southwood," residence on Via Del Lago, Palm Beach, Florida. From inside loggia to pool I

Frank N. Horton, residence on Via Bellavia, Palm Beach, Florida. Entrance detail from right

Good Friday procession 1936 on Via Dolorosa

Via Dolorosa, V Station [of the Cross]

House of Veronica on Via Dolorosa VI st. [i.e., Station] of the Cross

Via Dolorosa, V Station [of the Cross]

Kenneth G. Smith, residence on Via Del Mar, Palm Beach, Florida. Interior, to fireplace

House of St. Veronica on Via Dolorosa VI St. [i.e., Station] of the Cross

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