Image from page 42 of “Bulletin – United States National Museum” (1877)

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Image from page 42 of “Bulletin – United States National Museum” (1877)
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Title: Bulletin – United States National Museum
Year: 1877 (1870s)
Authors: United States National Museum Smithsonian Institution United States. Dept. of the Interior
Subjects: Science
Publisher: Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press, [etc.] for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt Print. Off.
Contributing Library: Smithsonian Libraries
Digitizing Sponsor: Smithsonian Libraries

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as a guide in their construction of the full sizedoperable replica of the De Witt Clinton locomotive, tender,and cars, first shown at the Worlds Columbian Expositionat Chicago in 1893 (figure 25). The replica, constructedfrom the original plans of 1831, was made at the railroadsshops at West Albany, N. Y. During the past 60 years thereplica has undergone a number of repair operations, but itremains authentic. It has been exhibited on many occasions(figure 26). Since the 1893 unveiUng of the replica of the train atChicago, it has been displayed at the Louisiana PurchaseExposition at St. Louis in 1904, the Fair of the Iron Horse(figure 27), the Chicago Worlds Fair in 1933 and 1934, theNew York Worlds Fair in 1939 and 1940, the Chicago Rail-road Fair in 1948 and 1949, and on many other occasions.For years the train was exhibited on a balcony within NewYork Citys Grand Central Terminal, but since 1935 it hasbeen on loan from the New York Central System to theHenry Ford Museum at Dearborn.

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An exquisitely made nonoperable model of the De WittClinton, its tender, and three cars, together about 3 feet long(figure 28), was made in 1932 by Peyton L. Morgan ofLynchburg, Va., and has been since 1935 in the collectionof the National Museum (USNM 310961).

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Image from page 104 of “The Argonaut” (1877)
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Title: The Argonaut
Year: 1877 (1870s)
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Subjects: Journalism
Publisher: San Francisco, Calif. : Argonaut Pub. Co.
Contributing Library: San Francisco Public Library
Digitizing Sponsor: California State Library Califa/LSTA Grant

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RGONAUT PUBLISHING CO., 406 Sutter Street, San Francisco. Sunset Express Direct and without change of cars tothe great carnivai at New Orleans— Mardi Gras Krewe of Nereus January 25 Falstaffians February 5 Elves of Oberon February 11 Knights of Momus February 18 Krewe of Proteus February 22 Rex Arrival February 23 Drawing-room sleepers, berths, sections—drawing-rooms. Diningservice unequaled—Observation Car—open-air rotunda—Ladiesparlor—Gentlemens cafe—Library. Personally conducted Tourist excursion parties to Chicago,St. Louis, Cincinnati, New Orleans and Washington. Attractions en route^Along Pacific Shores by the OldMissions—Southern California Orange Groves—theGreat Salton Sea—Cotton Plantations and Bavousof the South. Southern Pacific TICKET OFFICES 884 Market Street 14 Powell Street Market Street Ferry Depot Third and Townsend Streets Thirteenth and Franklin Sts. Oakland February 6, 1909. THE ARGONAUT 93 =^ THE AMERICAN GENTLEMANS WHISKEY IS THETITLE BY WHICH

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Image from page 36 of “Annual report” (1869)
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Title: Annual report
Year: 1869 (1860s)
Authors: Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association
Subjects: Methodist Episcopal Church
Publisher: [Ocean Grove, N.J.] : Ocean Grove Camp Meeting Association of the Methodist Episcopal Church
Contributing Library: New Jersey State Library
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value of our adjacent grounds. The general passenger and freight business of the company has beengreater in this than any previous year of its operation. There have been, notwithstanding, the many hundred of thousands ofpassengers, no accidents since last report. TWENTY-FIRST ANNUAL REPORT. 29 Deal Lake and Shark River Public Highway. By vote of the citizens of Neptune Township, a loan of ,000, wasmade last spring for Macadamizing said road, the whole of its length 3£miles, and the township taxed for the payment of interest 5 per cent., andprincipal of said bonds—one thousand dollars per year, the first fallingdue, 1895, and the last, 1925. The work is nearly complete, and a magnificent driveway is the result.The main part of the road is twenty feet wide, from Deal Lake to FirstAve. Asbury Park; fifteen feet wide from First Ave. to Cookman Ave.,Asbury Park. From Cookman Ave., Asbury Park, to Ocean Groveentrance, it is the full width of the street, an average of 50 feet, private

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GOING FOR BLUE FISH. parties paying for laying Belgian Block, four feet wide, to meet the Mainroad in front of their properties; from Ocean Grove entrance to FletcherLake, twenty feet wide; from Fletcher Lake to Shark River, 15 feet wide- On either side of the road, where the width is 15, or 20 feet, exceptingalong the electric car tracks, there is a shoulder, or extension of solid clayand gravel, four feet wide, which extends the hard road eight feet alongits whole length. I am more particular in making definite statements concerningthis road, because its reconstruction, entails upon us several items ofexpense which otherwise would not have been required at this time,—namely, stone curbing; iron drain pipe across entrances to our grounds ; 30 OCEAN GROVE, N. J. two hundred feet of twenty-four inch terra cotta drain pipe at head ofFletcher Lake; also Belgian block guttering to connect with the Macadam-ized road; together with filling side walk up to the road grade on thefront from S

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