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Essex County

Harbor Scene, Annisquam

Oak Knoll, Home of Whittier, Danvers

Congregational Church, Essex

Launching of the Gossip, Essex

Myopia Hunt Club, The President's Club, Hamilton

Towne Lyne House, Lynnfield

Reef of Norman's Woe, Magnolia

Rafe's Chasm, Magnolia

High School, Marlboro

Lynn & Bass Point Landing Pier, Bass Pt. Nahant.

Fishing Vessels off Pigeon Cove

Flood Scene, Floating down the Merrimac River to the Sea

The Road to Bearskin Neck Leading from Dock Square, Rockport

Ready for the Launching, Bearskin Neck, Rockport

Old Wharves, Rockport

Lincoln House, Lafayette and Harbor Streets, Salem

First Church, Built 1634, Salem

Interior of English Wigwam, The Pioneers' Village, Salem

Bathing Beach, Salem Willows

Fishermen's Beach, Swampscott

Whale Beach and Jefferies Point, Swampscott

Congregational Church, Wenham

The Captain's Well, Amesbury

Chain Bridge, Amesbury

Junction of Market St. and South Hampton Road, Amesbury

Merrimac Hat Factory, Amesbury

Memorial Missionary Boulder, Andover

The Phillip's Inn, Andover [1906]

Some Old Landmarks, Andover

United Shoe Machinery Factory, Beverly

Beverly Hospital, Beverly

Along the Waterfront, Beverly

Views of Beverly

Queen Park, Beverly

Brook and Bridge, Whittier Homestead, Haverhill

Whittier's Bridge, Haverhill

Poet Whittier's Birthplace, Built 1688, Haverhill

Hannah Dustin Monument, Haverhill

Hale Hospital, Haverhill

City Hall, Lynn

Lynn Shore Drive and Beach, Lynn

Bathhouse, Lynn Beach

Central Square, Lynn

Moll Pitcher's Residence, Lynn
Marblehead/ Marblehead Neck Newburyport Salisbury Beach

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