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Kentucky River Lock Number Six

Kentucky River Lock Number Five

Kentucky River Lock Number Four

Kentucky River Lock Number Five

Bird's Eye View of Sioux Camp at Pine Ridge, South Dakota

An aerial view of the parade ground at the Presidio with troops in review. From all the horse or mule drawn cannons and covered wagons this shot might be pre-WWI

War As It Really Is - Reel 1

War As It Really Is - Reel 1
War As It Really Is - Reel 1

California - San Gabriel

Alaska - Chisik Island through Chitina

California - Jolon

Hawaii - Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa

Hawaii - Waipahu

Hawaii - Kauai

Hawaii - Hilo

California - San Rafael through San Quentin

Kansas - Newton

Georgia - Savannah

Illinois - Chicago

Michigan - Detroit

Idaho - Pocatello

California - Sierra Nevada Mts

Florida - Big Coppitt Key

Alaska - Icy Bay

Louisiana - New Orleans

Nevada - Boulder Dam through Boulder City

Louisiana - New Orleans

Louisiana - Boyce through Kinder

California - San Francisco

Florida - Valparaison through West Palm Beach

California - Mt. Tamalpais

Idaho - Boise through Boise River

California - Yosemite National Park

Missouri - Jefferson City

Maryland - Cumberland

Hawaii - Hilo

Massachusetts - Boston

Montana - Glacier National Park

California - Yosemite National Park

Maryland - Pearce Creek

Massachusetts - Boston

Montana - Glacier National Park

Georgia - Augusta

Illinois - O' Fallon through Pekin

Hawaii - Kahe Point

Florida - Pensacola

Hawaii - Hakalau

Alaska - Iliamna Volcano

Hawaii - Hilo

Hawaii - Oahu Island

Connecticut - New London

Arizona - Boulder Canyon through Boulder Dam

Arizona - Grand Canyon

Alaska - Fairbanks

Alabama - Wetumpka

Colorado - Denver

Colorado - Denver

California - Lake Tahoe

Alaska - Fairbanks

Maryland - Beltsville

Hawaii - Waipio Valley through Waipio Gulch

Iowa - Des Moines

Arizona - Tucson

Alaska - Twin Glaciers through Taku Glacier

Colorado - Pikes Peak

Hawaii - Honolulu

California - Catalina Island through Clovis

Alaska - Mt. McKinley

Connecticut - Norwalk through Windsor Locks

Alaska - Long Creek through Mt. St. Elias

Kentucky - Paducah through St. Matthews

Alabama - Mobile

Montana - Granite Peak through Medicine Mountain

Arizona - Grand Canyon

Alaska - Mt. McKinley

Montana - Glacier National Park

Massachusetts - Williamstown through Worcester

Arizona - Grand Canyon

Colorado - Alamosa through Cheyenne Mountain

Hawaii - Pa Lehua Artillery Spur through Pali

Louisiana - Natohez

Louisiana - Alexandria

California - Paso Robles through Pinto Range Mountains

Idaho - Pocatello

Nevada - Boulder Dam through Boulder City

Hawaii - Hilo

Georgia - Columbus

Georgia - Stone Mountain

Florida - Key West

Hawaii - Honolulu through Waikiki Beach

Colorado - Alamosa through Cheyenne Mountain

Montana - Glacier National Park

Illinois - Chicago

Florida - Miami

Mississippi - Jackson

California - Yosemite National Park

Hawaii - Koolau Reservoir

Alaska - Mt. McKinley

California - Sequoia National Park

Illinois - Miscellaneous

Hawaii - Maui

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