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The Marble Arch, Surrounded by Shrubbery, Central Park.

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Group of Vessels Under Sail.

1. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church, New-York.

1. Home for the Friendless.

Home for the Friendless, 32 E. 30th St., NYC.

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The Marble Arch, Surrounded by Shrubbery, Central Park.

1. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church.

1. Home for the Friendless.

Home for the Friendless, 32 E. 30th St., NYC.

2. Home for the Friendless.

Children’s Dormitory.

2. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

New York Bay Scene on the morning of the arrival, June 16, 1860.

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Group of Vessels Under Sail.

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Group of Vessels Under Sail.

2. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church, New-York.

2. Home for the Friendless.

Children’s Dormitory.

3. Home for the Friendless.

Nursery.

3. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

New York Bay Scene on the morning of the arrival, June 16, 1860.

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Tow Boat and Sail Boats.

3. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church, New-York. General View of the Front from the corner of Fulton Street.

3. Home for the Friendless.

Nursery.

4. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Eighth Regiment marching past the St. Nicholas, on their way to Pier No. 1, to meet the Embassy, the Metropolitan Hotel in the distance, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

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Tow Boats and Ferry Boat.

4. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church, New-York. The principal entrance on William Street.

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The Esplanade at the foot of the Terrace, Central Park.

4. Home for the Friendless.

Nursery Children.

4. Home for the Friendless.

Nursery Children.

5. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Seventh Regiment marching past the St. Nicholas, on their way to Pier No. 1, to meet the Embassy, the Metropolitan Hotel in the distance, June 16, 1860.

5. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Seventh Regiment marching past the St. Nicholas, on their way to Pier No. 1, to meet the Embassy, the Metropolitan Hotel in the distance, June 16, 1860.

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Group of Vessels Under Sail.

5. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church. Interior View–The Pulpit and the Middle Aisle, from the main entrance.

5. Home for the Friendless.

School Children at Play.

5. Home for the Friendless.

School Children at Play.

5. Home for the Friendless.

School Children at Play.

6. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Fifth Regiment passing the St. Nicholas, on the way to meet the Embassy, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

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Staten Island Steamboat, with Castle William in the Distance.

6. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church. Interior view of Pulpit and the Harpending tablet from the North Gallery.

6. Home for the Friendless.

Home Chapel, 29 E. 29th St., NYC.

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The Bow Bridge, Central Park. (Courtesy of Ira Stein.)

7. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

Troop of Cavalry passing the St. Nicholas on the way to meet the Embassy, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

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Battery and Castle Garden, with Jersey City in the Distance.

7. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The North Dutch Church. Interior View-The Organ and Choir from the North Gallery.

7. Home for the Friendless.

Children in School.

7. Home for the Friendless.

Children in School.

8. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

The Artillery begin to arrive on the Battery, prior to the approach of the steamer, conveying the Embassy, June 16, 1860.

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Steamtug Towing a Schooner to Sea.

8. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

Entrance to the Consistory Rooms. In which the Business-men’s Prayer Meeting is held.

8. Home for the Friendless.

Children in Chapel.

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The Pond, Central Park. (Courtesy of Ira Stein.)

8. Home for the Friendless.

Children in Chapel.

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Island in the Lake, Central Park.

9. Fulton Street Prayer Meeting.

The First Half Hour.

9. The Japanese Embassy in New York.

Groups begin to gather around the artillery on the Battery, prior to the arrival of the Embassy, June 16, 1860. Label on verso “From James W. Queen & Co., Opticians, Philadelphia.”

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