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Views on Canal Basin

Views on Canal Basin

Photograph shows ruined buildings along the Canal Basin.

[Richmond, Va. Ruined buildings on banks of the Canal Basin]

[Richmond, Va. Ruined buildings on banks of the Canal Basin]

Photograph of the main eastern theater of war, fallen Richmond, April-June 1865.

Hot springs on the Gardiners River, Upper Basin / W.H. Jackson photo.

Hot springs on the Gardiners River, Upper Basin / W.H. Jackson photo.

Man standing on ridge of hot springs; Gardiner River flowing down the ridge.

The Late Hon. Erastus Corning / / photographed by E.S.M. Haines, Albany, New York. An alms basin. Turned out / drawn by Sol Eytinge, Jun., from a sketch by Thomas Worth

The Late Hon. Erastus Corning / / photographed by E.S.M. Haines, Alban...

Half-length portrait of Erastus Corning, facing slightly left; an alms plate; and evicted family on street.

Kanab Wash. Colorado Basin

Kanab Wash. Colorado Basin

Stereograph shows rock walls of canyon.

Presidential party, Upper Geyser Basin

Presidential party, Upper Geyser Basin

Photograph is group portrait of members of Chester A. Arthur's expedition to Yellowstone National Park. Left to right: John Schuyler Crosby, Lt. Col. Michael V. Sheridan. Lt. Gen. Philip H. Sheridan, Anson Stag... more

The Grand Basin

The Grand Basin

World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, Illinois.

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