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[Plan and elevations of a church. Side elevation, plan of cupola, "size and shape of the glass" (i.e., interior window elevation)]

[Plan and elevations of a church. Side elevation, plan of cupola, "siz...

Illus. in: The American Builder's Companion, plate B following p. 100. Title devised by Library staff.

[Indian man resting in a window opening as a bird and horse look on]

[Indian man resting in a window opening as a bird and horse look on]

Illus. in: Hunter's Indian sketches, leaf 4. Title devised by Library staff. Alexander Hunter, born 1816, was a surgeon in the Madras Medical Service and an artist and printmaker.

U.S. Gen'l Post Office, sliding window in Engine Room

U.S. Gen'l Post Office, sliding window in Engine Room

Drawing. This record contains unverified data from caption card.

Lines descriptive of scenes in Philadelphia, as viewed from his window. Oct. 23d, 1853 with reflections. By Freeman Scott.

Lines descriptive of scenes in Philadelphia, as viewed from his window...

Verse. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 156, Folder 13.

[Egypt - Medinet Habou - Plain and square palace window]

[Egypt - Medinet Habou - Plain and square palace window]

Rubble and remains of a palace. Title from item. No. 1870. On verso: Thebes. Medinet Habou. Plain.

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