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James Wallace Black, Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It, 1860, Albumen print, Boston Public Library, Print Department, File name: 05_01_000036, LL/45537
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464.01   Improving content on US states
464.02   Introduction to photography in Massachusetts
464.03   J.A. Whipple: Daguerreotypes of the Sun and Moon (1852)
Mount Auburn Cemetery
464.04   Southworth and Hawes: Mount Auburn Cemetery
Balloon flights
464.05   S.A. King: Balloon flights
Dighton Rock
464.06   Massachusetts: Dighton Rock
Civil engineering
464.07   George M. Mowbray [stereoviews by H.D. Ward]: Tri-Nitro-glycerine, as Applied in the Hoosac Tunnel Submarine Blasting, Etc. (1872)
464.08   James Wallace Black: Boston, as the Eagle and the Wild Goose See It
464.09   Josiah Johnson Hawes: Boston
464.10   George K. Warren: MA, Cambridge including Harvard University
464.11   Edwin Hale Lincoln: Wildflowers and orchids of the North-Eastern United States
464.12   Joel Meyerowitz: Cape Cod
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