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View of Maryland Heights from across the Potomac River and the covered railroad bridge at Harpers Ferry, Virginia,, later West Virginia, before 1861 and the Civil War.
Unidentified man stands on a railroad track with the Potomac River behind him, 'Armory building on original site to left'.
Stereograph image of people riding a ferris wheel.
Stero card photograph of buildings in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, burned by the Confederate Cavalry under General John Mc Causland of Mason County, West Virginia. Mc Causland's destructive raid was in reprisal for the burnings in the Shenandoah Valley by the Union troops.
Note the steamboat on the Monongahela River below Woodburn Circle.
Looking east along the Potomac River on the Virginia (West Virginia) side. The ruins of the Armory can be seen on the left and telegraph poles line the damaged tracks. Two men, one leaning on a telegraph pole and another next to the house are not identified. The photograph was taken several weeks after the September,1862 battle when Stonewall Jackson's artillery shelled the town, forcing the Union troops to surrender.
An unidentified man sits on Jefferson Rock above the Shenandoah River at Harpers Ferry. A pontoon bridge has been laid across the river to temporarily replace the destroyed bridge. The bridge's piers can be seen rising out of the river.
A raumbild-verlag (stereocard) of what was left of the ancient quarter and entrance to Saalgasse after Germany was bombed during World War II.
Construction on the National Road near the Ohio River.  Published and sold by E. L. Nicoll, under the McLure House.
A man sits on a chair in the lawn. In the background is a small pavilion. The stereograph is part of photographer William Dunnington's "Webster Springs Series."
"Mr. and Mrs. John W. Davis at Locust Valley, Their Long Island Home."
"Forgetting his cares of leadership - John W. Davis, Democratic Nominee for President, at Home"
"John W. Davis and Charles W. Bryan--Democratic candidates for President and Vice President"
A bird's eye view of Harpers Ferry, showing the confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers.
A view of John Brown's Fort in Harper's Ferry, W. Va.