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Photograph 1: Panamá (from the hospital buildings)
Photograph 2: Panamá (Market and "Taller")
Photograph 3: Grand Central Hotel (Plaza de Armas)
Photograph 4: American blue-jackets, protecting the Consulate- April 24, 1885
Photograph 5: The First Canal Surveying Party
Photograph 6: Director-General Dingler and Staff, with Paris Commissioners - Feb. 1885
Photograph 7: Panamá (Church of “San Francisco”)
Photograph 8: A Street in Panamá - towards the shore
Photograph 9: Dingler’s house (riddled with bullets April 1885).
Photograph 10: Cuartel
Photograph 11: The “Bovedas” - Panamá
Photograph 12: “El Taller” Panamá
Photograph 13: San José Street, Panamá
Photograph 14: Old Convent “La Compañía," Panamá
Photograph 15: Plaza Santa Ana - Panamá
Photograph 16: St. Ann’s Church (Santa Ana), Panamá
Photograph 17: Officers and Men of the Army, (Guardia Colombiana)
Photograph 18: The Road to “La Boca,” Panamá, (The Mouth of Rio Grande River)
Photograph 19: The Road to “La Boca”
Photograph 20: New Cemetary, Panamá, (old cemetery in the background)
Photograph 21: “Cerro del Ancon” and New Cemetery
Photograph 22: In the “Savannah,” near Panamá
Photograph 23: San Lázaro, Panamá
Photograph 24: The Rio Grande Mouth, La Boca
Photograph 25: Paraiso, Line of Canal
Photograph 26: Emperador
Photograph 27: Emperador, general view
Photograph 28: Emperador, native village
Photograph 29: Emperador, Canal Company’s Buildings. Erected by F.A.T. Co.
Photograph 30: La Culebra, the highest point on the line of canal
Photograph 31: “Obispo”
Photograph 32: Obispo, Canal Buildings (erected by F.A.T. Co.)
Photograph 33: La Corozita
Photograph 34: Obispo, general view
Photograph 35: Matachiu, workshops
Photograph 36: Chagres River at “Juan Grande”
Photograph 37: General View of Gorgona and Chagres River
Photograph 38: A native “chola”- and scenery of Gorgona
Photograph 39: Jamaican Labourers and Decauville Car on Movable Track
Photograph 40: San Pablo
Photograph 41: San Pablo
Photograph 42: Pay-day at San Pablo
Photograph 43: San Pablo
Photograph 44: Bohio (Quarry)
Photograph 45: A Street in Bohio
Photograph 46: Buena Vista- Panamá R.R. Track - Chagres
Photograph 47: Gatun - on the banks of the Chagres
Photograph 48: Mendi, Entrance of Canal on the Atlantic
Photograph 49: “Rancho,” Natives and Canal Employees, (hard at work!)
Photograph 50: Street in Chagres, (same hard-working Canal Employees)
Photograph 51: Chagres river mouth
Photograph 52: Colon-Aspinwall, wharfs after the fire
Photograph 53: General view of Colon after the fire, 300 cars burnt (PRR.)
Photograph 54: Bolivar Street - towards the beach (before the fire)
Photograph 55: Bolivar Street (before the fire)
Photograph 56: Colon - Main Street- after the fire
Photograph 57: Colon - Main Street- before the fire
Photograph 58: Colon - after the fire
Photograph 59: Colon- The Bay
Photograph 60: Colon - French Settlement (Christ: Colomb)
Photograph 61: Fox River Workshops (Christ: Colomb)
Photograph 62: Dredge (Am: Dredging and Contracting Co.) Fox River


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