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G.H. Nickerson, Provincetown. Cape Cod Views. Henry A. Paull (deck view), 3. E. $85

[E&HT Anthony, although unlabeled]. Views in & around Cincinnati, Ohio No. 7565; 66. Ohio River Steamers run on shore for Repairs. VG. $125

J.N. Wilson. English Steamships loading Cotton. Ship in the foreground is the Pretoria. VG. $50

E. Mills, Jr. Berlin’s L Deck. G+. $65

E. Mills, Jr. Berlin’s Saloon. VG. $50

No. ID. Granite Wharf and Shipping, Rockport. VG. $55

R. Benecke, St. Louis, Mo. Levee view along the Mississippi. VG. $125

No ID, probably Carbutt. Views of Minnesota and Vicinity. 38-N.W.U. Packet Co., Steamer Milwaukee, wooding up. VG. $150

No ID. Bow of the Resistance, Iron-clad, Malta, 1864. Really great, early view of this iron-clad ship in drydock. G. $175

Amateur Photographic Association. An Armstrong Gun. VG. $250

No ID. H.M.S. Revenge, 1863. VG. $100

No ID. View of a British vessel taken from another ship. G. $75

No ID. Upper deck Nautica? G. $45

S.T. Blessing. Levee and River Views. No. 111. Red River Steamboat Landing. Cotton Bales on the Levee. This is the Steamboat “New Era.” VG. $125

A.E. Alden, Boston. Dry Dock, U.S. Navy Yard, Boston, Mass. There is a small tug-boat in dry dock. G. $75

Shaw & Lord, Boston. Boston Harbor from Navy Yard. G. $35

A. Botsai. View of Cabin of Steamer Natchez. G. $75

Upton’s Views of Minnesota and the Northwest. Published by R.N. Fearon. Mississippi Steamboats at the dock along with a fuel barge stacked high with wood. I believe one steamboat is named “Canada” and another has the word “Diamond” in its name. The fuel barge has “James A. Young” on the front. VG. $150

Robert Benecke, St. Louis, Missouri. 72. Steamer Richmond. VG. $125

Robert Benecke, St. Louis, Missouri. 51. Levee View. VG. $125

No ID. Belle of LaCrosse, Wisconsin on the Mississippi River. VG. $100

G.W. Wilson, Aberdeen. No. 316. H.M.S. “Cambridge,” in Hamoaze-Great Gun Practice. VG. $100

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SH185. No photographer ID. No. 1.114. On the Clyde, Glasgow. VG. $45

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SH189.  T.E.M. White, New Bedford, Mass. Group of 10 stereoviews of the yacht Sylvie. VG. $275

SH193. C.H. Rogers, Plymouth, Mass. Two titles are indicated on verso: Grave of John Howland, died Feb. 25, 1672 & Harbor View. VG. $50

SH194. No ID. New Bedford, Massachusetts. Just Arrived. VG. $85

LOU181. S.T. Blessing, New Orleans. No. 222. Moonlight on the Mississippi. G. $75

LOU183. Theo. Lilienthal, New Orleans. Steamboat Levee. G. $75

LOU184. Lilienthal & Co., New Orleans. Levee opposite French Market. G. $75

LOU185. Theo. Lilienthal, New Orleans. 30. Levee and Upper Landing. G. $75

LOU186. Theo. Lilienthal, New Orleans. 31. Levee and Steamship Landing. G. $75

LOU188. Theo. Lilienthal, New Orleans. Interior of Steamer Frank Pargoud. This sidewheel, wooden hull packet was built in 1868 by Howard & Co., Jeffersonville, Indiana. The FRANK PARGOUD was built for John W. Tobin, of New Orleans, who was the sole owner, and it was named for Gen. Frank Pargoud, a wealthy Ouachita River planter. Originally designed for the New Orleans-Ouachita River trade, she proved too large and was placed on the New Orleans-St.Louis trade, running several trips. She subsequently ran between New Orleans-Memphis, making weekly round trips, which was an achievement for a regular packet. Later, she was moved to the New Orleans-Vicksburg trade, running two trips per week, before running steadily in the New Orleans-Fort Adams trade. G. $75

SH197. No photographer ID. The Ceremony of Crossing the Line. (Crossing the Equator). VG. $75

SH198. [LP Vallee]. Wooding Steamer, Saguenay. Also written on verso is “99. Getting wood on board the steamboat Hatter Bay.” VG. $150

Bi196. G.W. Wilson, Aberdeen. No. 316. H.M.S. “Cambridge,” in Hanoaze. Great-Gun Practice. G. $35