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Underwood and Underwood Publishers (New York, USA) Buildings and memorials With digital objects
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An old time residence which was won in a lottery by a man who paid $2,200 for a lot in a real estate development and received his ticket in connection with this project / 27970
An old time residence which was won in a lottery by a man who paid $2,200 for a lot in a real estate development and received his ticket in connection with this project / 27970
At White Man's Pass / 27140
At White Man's Pass / 27140
Bill, the Guide / 27173
Bill, the Guide / 27173
Canada. (Nova Scotia) Cathedral at Church Point, Fresh Shore in Nova Scotia / CN266
Canada. (Nova Scotia) Cathedral at Church Point, Fresh Shore in Nova Scotia / CN266
Canada. Nova Scotia. Grand Pre. Evangeline's statue and the church in which are now exhibited various objects used by the people of that section during her time / CN204
Canada. Nova Scotia. Grand Pre. Evangeline's statue and the church in which are now exhibited various objects used by the people of that section during her time / CN204
Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. Nova Scotia Legislative Buildings / CN170
Canada. Nova Scotia. Halifax. Nova Scotia Legislative Buildings / CN170
Canada. Prov. of Quebec. St. Anne de Beaupre. Selling religious articles near the Basilica / CN232
Canada. Prov. of Quebec. St. Anne de Beaupre. Selling religious articles near the Basilica / CN232
Canada. Province of Quebec. Tadousac. The Church in the foreground is the oldest in America, having been erected in 1648 / 51243
Canada. Province of Quebec. Tadousac. The Church in the foreground is the oldest in America, having been erected in 1648 / 51243
Canada. Quebec Province, Montreal. History and Modernity on Place d' Armes. Here Notre Dame Church, 100 years old, and the Seminary of St. Sulpice, built in 1685, stand side by side with banks and office buildings overlooking the spot where Paul Chomedy de Maisonneuve, founder of Montreal, with his own hand slew an invading Iroquois chief. A statue commemorates Chomedy's Heroic deed / CN245
Canada. Quebec Province, Montreal. History and Modernity on Place d' Armes. Here Notre Dame Church, 100 years old, and the Seminary of St. Sulpice, built in 1685, stand side by side with banks and office buildings overlooking the spot where Paul Chomedy de Maisonneuve, founder of Montreal, with his own hand slew an invading Iroquois chief. A statue commemorates Chomedy's Heroic deed / CN245
Canada. Quebec Province. Chateau de Ramezay, erected in 1705, residence of the French and English governors of colonial Canada, and now a museum / CN67
Canada. Quebec Province. Chateau de Ramezay, erected in 1705, residence of the French and English governors of colonial Canada, and now a museum / CN67
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