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Topic: beach

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A view of the sea & beach, from Mr. James Newbolds plantation, near Indian River / Trenchard sculp.

Print shows building on the waterfront of the Indian River Bay in Delaware.

Governor Dillingham, of Vermont / photographed by Black & Case, Boston. The oldest fire-engine in the United States ; Dumping ground at the foot of Beach Street, New York City / sketched by Stanley Fox.

Three illustrations: one showing head-and-shoulders portrait of Governor Paul Dillingham; one showing the oldest fire engine in the United States; and the other showing people digging in garbage dump looking fo... more

Capt. Ed. Armstrong (Col'd) & crew of batteau Tam O'Shanter on beach of New River, Section 103, near 1st Res. 2nd N. R. Div.

Photograph shows a boat crew of African American men sitting on, and in front of, a fallen tree near the New River, West Virginia.

Atlantic House, Nantasket Beach

Hotel, Nantasket Beach, Massachusetts.

Judge Ingersoll: Pebbly Beach Rock: North Bay: Moosehead Lake

Judge Ingersoll, full-length portrait, sitting on rock at edge of lake, fly fishing.

[The Brighton Beach Hotel, Brooklyn, N.Y., being moved away from beach front]

Hotel moved using flatcars on 20 railroad tracks, pulled by locomotives.

Ontario Beach, Charlotte, N.Y. / Geo. Barker.

Stereograph shows three children on the beach. One wades in the water while two stand in the sand. A woman, sitting on a log, and an older boy, standing beside her, watches.

On the beach, Schroon Lake

Photo of six children along shore and two in boat at shore, Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.

[Opposition, England]

Historic Sites

Panama - San Blas--Native Indians at beach market

Two young Indian men holding produce.

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