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[Main street of the town of Ōmihachiman, Japan]

Shijo school sketch showing a warehouse in the foreground with inns further down the street.

Arch erected by the Webster Club, Main St., S. Danvers / Lith. by J. H. Bufford.

Print shows young women parading through a celebratory arch at the reception of George Peabody in Danvers, Mass.

Main Street, Petroleum Centre

Stereograph showing view down Main Street with the Petroleum Centre Dry Goods and Clothing store, the Taylor House by Job Taylor, and other stores, as well as several men standing on the sidewalk on the right, ... more

Main Street, Germantown

Photograph shows street in Germantown, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

[View of Main Street, Peru, Illinois, showing Murray's Dry Goods, and several horses and wagons]

Photograph shows the largest building Murray's Dry Goods and several other businesses extending the entire block; several horse and wagons are on hitching post or scattered along dirt street.

Connecticut bicycle parade at Hartford, Conn. view of Main St. looking north from Exchange Corner

Photograph shows a parade of cyclists riding down the center of the street; spectators in horse and buggy and others standing on the streets watch the procession.

Main Street, Findlay, [Ohio]. Night of laying corner stone of new court house

Illuminated by natural gas lights. Welcome banner across street in foreground.

Main Street, Ellicott City, Md. Norton's Pharmacy.

Photograph shows street scene in downtown Ellicott City with shops, pharmacy, bank, lunch room, and beer vendor; horses and buggies in street.

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