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George R Collection

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Missouri River, below Great Falls, Montana, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Missouri River, below Great Falls, Montana, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Missouri River, below Great Falls, Montana, c1897. Named by William Clark of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in 1805, most water is now diverted to a hydroelectric plant at the Ryan Dam

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Red Cross, 1918, 18 May 1918. Creator: Bain News Service

Red Cross, 1918, 18 May 1918. Creator: Bain News Service
Red Cross, 1918, 18 May 1918 (date created or published later). President Woodrow Wilson (1856-1924) with General George R

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Mountain House, Cresson Springs, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Mountain House, Cresson Springs, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Mountain House, Cresson Springs, Pennsylvania, USA, c1900. People playing tennis in front of the Mountain House Hotel, built in 1881, in the resort of Cresson Springs

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Mirror Lake, Adirondacks, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Mirror Lake, Adirondacks, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Mirror Lake, Adirondacks, New York, c1897. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co. London, c1897]

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Natural Bridge, Virginia, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Natural Bridge, Virginia, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Natural Bridge, Virginia, c1897. Natural arch in limestone gorge of Cedar Creek in Rockbridge County, Virginia purchased by Thomas Jefferson from King George III of England for 20 shillings in 1774

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Niagara Falls, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Niagara Falls, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Niagara Falls, c1897. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co. London, c1897]

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Missouri River near Great Falls, Montana, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Missouri River near Great Falls, Montana, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Missouri River near Great Falls, Montana, USA, c1900. Captain Meriwether Lewis and Second Lieutenant William Clark were the first white men to see the falls in 1805

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown

Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington, USA, c1900. Creator: Unknown
Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, Washington, USA, c1900. Street almost empty of traffic in the town of Tacoma, Pierce County. From Scenic Marvels of the New World edited by Prof. Geo.R. Cromwell

Background imageGeorge R Collection: George R. Davis of Illinois, 1865-1880. Creator: Unknown

George R. Davis of Illinois, 1865-1880. Creator: Unknown
George R. Davis of Illinois, 1865-1880. Davis, Hon. George R. of Ill. Capt. in 8th Mass. Vol. Inf. between 1865 and 1880. Major in 3rd Rhode Island Cav

Background imageGeorge R Collection: The Terrace, Central Park, New York, 1874. Creator: George R. Hall

The Terrace, Central Park, New York, 1874. Creator: George R. Hall
The Terrace, Central Park, New York, 1874. People taking the air on the Bethesda Terrace and Fountain in Central Park, New York City, USA. The area was laid out and constructed during the 1860s

Background imageGeorge R Collection: City of New York, from Brooklyn Heights, 1874. Creator: George R. Hall

City of New York, from Brooklyn Heights, 1874. Creator: George R. Hall
City of New York, from Brooklyn Heights, 1874. New York, USA: view of sailing ships and paddle steamers on the East River, with Brooklyn Bridge on the right

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Loading Oranges on the Ocklawaha River, Florida, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Loading Oranges on the Ocklawaha River, Florida, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Loading Oranges on the Ocklawaha River, Florida, c1897. The Ocklawaha River is the principal tributary of the St. Johns River

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Green Island, Lake George, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Green Island, Lake George, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Green Island, Lake George, New York, c1897. Green Island is a town in Albany County, New York. The first European to the area, Samuel de Champlain

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Gallery of the School of LA Paz (Vizeainas), City of Mexico, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Gallery of the School of LA Paz (Vizeainas), City of Mexico, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Gallery of the School of LA Paz (Vizeainas), City of Mexico, c1897. Colegio de la Paz Vizcainas was originally established in mid 18th century for the education of orphaned girls and widows

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Tremont Street and The Common, Boston, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Tremont Street and The Common, Boston, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Tremont Street and " The Common", Boston, c1897. Boston Common, Dating from 1634, is the oldest city park in the United States

Background imageGeorge R Collection: The Capitol, Washington, c1897. Creator: Unknown

The Capitol, Washington, c1897. Creator: Unknown
The Capitol, Washington, c1897. The United States Capitol on Capitol Hill, designed by William Thornton in Neoclassical style and completed in 1800

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Devils Den, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, c1897. Devils Den is a hill at Gettysburg Battlefield, used by artillery and infantry in the 1863 Battle of Gettysburg during the American Civil War

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Sandy Hook, from Highland Light, New Jersey, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Sandy Hook, from Highland Light, New Jersey, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Sandy Hook, from Highland Light, New Jersey, c1897. Community on the Atlantic shore of Sandy Hook, a barrier peninsula along the coast of New Jersey, discovered by Henry Hudson

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, D.C. c1897. United States military cemetery in Arlington County, Virginia. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell

Background imageGeorge R Collection: City Hall, New Orleans, c1897. Creator: Unknown

City Hall, New Orleans, c1897. Creator: Unknown
City Hall, New Orleans, c1897. In the 19th century, New Orleans was the largest port in the South, exporting most of the nations cotton

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Reservoir, Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Reservoir, Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Reservoir, Eden Park, Cincinnati, Ohio, c1897. Purchased by the city in 1869 from Nicholas Longworth, the reservoir was built between 1866 and 1878

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Jackson Monument, Battlefield of New Orleans, Louisiana, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Jackson Monument, Battlefield of New Orleans, Louisiana, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Jackson Monument, Battlefield of New Orleans, Louisiana, c1897. The Chalmette Monument honors General Andrew Jackson and his troops who fought in the Battle of New Orleans, 1815

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Mining Camp, Nevada, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Mining Camp, Nevada, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Mining Camp, Nevada, c1897. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co. London, c1897]

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Barrington Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, c1897. Barrington Street is part of the original grid laid out when Halifax was established as a British fortress

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Kaministiquia River, below Kakabeka Falls, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Kaministiquia River, below Kakabeka Falls, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Kaministiquia River, below Kakabeka Falls, c1897. A river flowing into western Lake Superior in Ontario, Canada. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Garfield Statue, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Garfield Statue, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Garfield Statue, Washington, D.C. c1897. Beaux-Arts Monument in the grounds of United States Capitol, Washington, D.C. A memorial to President James A

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Court House, Thomasville, Georgia. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Court House, Thomasville, Georgia. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Court House, Thomasville, Georgia. c1897. Thomas County Courthouse is a government building built in 1858 on North Broad Street designed by architect John Wind

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Green Lake, Colorado, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Green Lake, Colorado, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Green Lake, Colorado, c1897. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co. London, c1897]

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Monongahela Wharf, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Monongahela Wharf, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Monongahela Wharf, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, c1897. Monongahela Wharf on the Monongahela River was a busy port for steamboats, tugboats and riverboats

Background imageGeorge R Collection: A Merchant from San Antonio, Texas, c1897. Creator: Unknown

A Merchant from San Antonio, Texas, c1897. Creator: Unknown
A Merchant from San Antonio, Texas, c1897. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co. London, c1897]

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Upper End of Au Sable Chasm, the Adirondacks, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Upper End of Au Sable Chasm, the Adirondacks, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Upper End of Au Sable Chasm, the Adirondacks, c1897. The Ausable River runs through a sandstone gorge near Keeseville, New York State. In 1760, Major John Howe explored the chasm on ropes

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Washington Monument, Washington D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Washington Monument, Washington D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Washington Monument, Washington D.C. c1897. Obelisk on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. built to commemorate George Washington. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Grace Church and Rectory, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Grace Church and Rectory, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Grace Church and Rectory, New York, c1897. French Gothic Revival parich church on Broadway in Manhattan designed by James Renwick. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. c1897. Construction began on the Smithsonian Institution Building in 1849 with design by architect James Renwick Jr

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, c1897. Decorative brick Gothic Revival building designed by John Hubbard Sturgis and Charles Brigham at Copley Square

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis, c1897. Founded in 1859 and known informally as Shaws Garden after its founder and philanthropist Henry Shaw

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Agassiz Column, Yosemite, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Agassiz Column, Yosemite, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Agassiz Column, Yosemite, c1897. Balancing rock in Yosemite National Park, California. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R. Cromwell. [C. N. Greig & Co

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Fountain Square, Cincinnati, Ohio, c1897. The Tyler Davidson Fountain cast in bronze by Ferdinand von Miller in 1867. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo. R

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Ute Pass, Colorado, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Ute Pass, Colorado, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Ute Pass, Colorado, c1897. Originally a buffalo trail becoming a wagon road in the 1860s for transport to Leadville mining camp. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof. Geo

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Washingtons Home, Mount Vernon, Virginia, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Washingtons Home, Mount Vernon, Virginia, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Washingtons Home, Mount Vernon, Virginia, c1897. Palladian style Palladian plantation mansion of George Washington at Mount Vernon

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Hanging Moss on Live-Oak, Savannah, Georgia, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Hanging Moss on Live-Oak, Savannah, Georgia, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Hanging Moss on Live-Oak, Savannah, Georgia, c1897. Spanish moss (Tillandsia usneoides), an epiphytic plant growing on live oak (Quercus virginiana) typical to the area

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Washingtons Headquarters, Newburg, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Washingtons Headquarters, Newburg, New York, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Washingtons Headquarters, Newburg, New York, c1897. George Washington lived at Hasbrouck House in Orange county, New York State during the final year of the American Revolutionary War

Background imageGeorge R Collection: State Capitol, Sacramento, California, c1897. Creator: Unknown

State Capitol, Sacramento, California, c1897. Creator: Unknown
State Capitol, Sacramento, California, c1897. Neoclassical structure by architect M. Frederic Butler, completed between 1861 and 1874. From " A Tour Through the New World America", by Prof

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Forefathers Rock, Plymouth, Massachusetts, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Forefathers Rock, Plymouth, Massachusetts, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Forefathers Rock, Plymouth, Massachusetts, c1897. Plymouth Rock, a dedham granite boulder is the traditional site of disembarkation of William Bradford

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Whittiers House Danvers, Massachusetts, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Whittiers House Danvers, Massachusetts, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Whittiers House Danvers, Massachusetts, c1897. Home of John Greenleaf Whittier (1807 -1892) an American Quaker and abolitionist

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, Wyoming, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, Wyoming, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Lower Falls of the Yellowstone, Wyoming, c1897. Lower Yellowstone Falls in the Rocky Mountains at Canyon Rhyolite. The first European to see the falls was likely French fur trapper Baptise Ducharme

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Grave of J. Howard Payne, Georgetown, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown

Grave of J. Howard Payne, Georgetown, D. C. c1897. Creator: Unknown
Grave of J. Howard Payne, Georgetown, D.C. c1897. Memorial of poet, author, and statesman John Howard Payne at Oak Hill Cemetery in neighbourhood of Georgetown, Washington DC

Background imageGeorge R Collection: Avenue of Tents, Ocean Grove, New Jersey, c1897. Creator: Unknown

Avenue of Tents, Ocean Grove, New Jersey, c1897. Creator: Unknown
Avenue of Tents, Ocean Grove, New Jersey, c1897. Tent City, a permanent Christian camp community in Ocean Grove on the Atlantic Oceans Jersey Shore



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