The United States of America: A Study of the American Commonwealth, Its Natural Resources, People, Industries, Manufactures, Commerce, and Its Work in Literature, Science, Education, and Self-Government - Vol. 2

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LIST OF FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS. VOL. II.
FACING PAGE
New Congressional Library , Washington, D. C. Frontispiece
Typical American Industries .--Norman Paper Mills, Holyoke, Massachusetts8
Typical American Industries .--Gorham Manufacturing Company (silverware), Providence, Rhode Island115
Typical American Industries .--Mirrerick Thread Company, Holyoke, Massachusetts24
Typical American Industries .--Washburn & Moen Iron Works, Waukegan, Illinois33
Typical American Industries .--National and Providence Worsted Mills, Providence, Rhode Island40
Typical American Industries .--Baldwin Locomotive Works, Philadelphia48
Typical American Industries .--Deere Plow Works, Moline, Illinois55
Typical American Industries .--Studebaker Wagon Works, South Bend, Indiana63
Generator , Intramural Railway, World's Columbian Exposition 75
Elevated Railroad , New York87
Bridge at St. Louis98
Triple-expansion Marine Engine107
Compound Locomotive116
Cantilever Bridge , , Niagara River124
Suspension Bridge at Cincinnati132
R. Hoe & Co.'s Sextuple Stereotype Perfecting Printing-Press , with Folders 140
The Edison Multipolar Dynamo 149
Phonograph Room , Laboratory of Thomas A. Edison, Orange, New Jersey157
Railroad Bridge across the Hudson at Poughkeepsie165
Rapid Bridge Construction .--Railroad Bridge across the Ohio River at Cairo, Illinois172
Passenger Locomotive No. 999 , New York Central and Hudson River Railroad181
The Frick-Corliss Engine190
Driving the Niagara Tunnel by Rock Drills201
Wide-cut Combination Harvester211
University of Chicago , principal building 222
Fine Arts Building , World's Columbian Exposition 233
General View of New York244
College Hall , University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia254
Nob Hill , San Francisco265
New Orleans --View on the Levee 276
Street View in Denver287
Old Dormitories and Chapel , Yale University296
Memorial Hall , Harvard University303
University of Virginia310
Chapel and Dormitories , Amherst College318

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