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Caseville, Michigan, 1941
Caseville, Michigan, 1941
 
 
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Castine, Maine
Castine, Maine
 
 
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Castine, Maine
Castine, Maine
Roger Clifton Rich - Rich & Grindle Boatbuilders
Lobster Boat, Meredith I  
 
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Catslackburn, Yarrow
Catslackburn, Yarrow
 
 
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Cessford Cottages
Cessford Cottages
"A row of houses at Cessford with Cessford Castle beyond.
Cessford is little more than a hamlet today, but 258 villagers were listed in the 1841 Census."
 
 
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Champion, Alberta
Champion, Alberta
 
 
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Chapelhope, Ettrick
Chapelhope, Ettrick
"The track up the valley of the Chapelhope burn crosses a small feeder stream at this point." 
 
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Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Government pond 
 
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Charlotteville, Ontario
Charlotteville, Ontario
Site of Charlotteville at Longpoint, ca. 1795

watercolour by Elizabeth Simcoe
 
 
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Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta
Chateau Lake Louise, Alberta
 
 
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Chatham, Ontario
Chatham, Ontario
Street scene, Chatham
Department of Travel and Publicity, Publicity Branch
 
 
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Chatham, Ontario
Chatham, Ontario
Corner King and Lacroix Streets, Chatham, ON, about 1910 
 
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Chehalis, Washington
Chehalis, Washington
A man, probably Ezra Meeker, leading covered wagon and two oxen, Chehalis, ca. 1915

University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division
negative: Barnes 1879 
 
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Chemainus, British Columbia
Chemainus, British Columbia
 
 
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Chesterhall, Scotland
Chesterhall, Scotland
"A rough track leading to Chesterhall and Greenwells near the Eildon Hills" 
 
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Chilliwack, B.C.
Chilliwack, B.C.
Chilliwack Indians gathering for Passion Play, Skwa village near Chilliwack, British Columbia, 1901

University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division
Negative: Barnes 2548, NA1109 
 
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China Valley - Chase, British Columbia
China Valley - Chase, British Columbia
 
 
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Christina Lake, British Columbia
Christina Lake, British Columbia
 
 
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clay hills, Caledon
clay hills, Caledon
 
 
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Cobalt, Ontario
Cobalt, Ontario
Packers on platform at Cobalt railroad station

Creator: Department of Mines and Northern Development
Reference Code: RG 13-30
Item Reference Code: RG 13-30-1-24
Digital Image Number: I0004675.jpg  
 
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Cochrane, Ontario
Cochrane, Ontario
Main street, Cochrane, 1925

Creator: Ontario Ministry of Education
 
 
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Collingwood, Ontario
Collingwood, Ontario
Two steamers on the blocks in empty Dry Dock No. 2 at the Collingwood Shipyards
Creator: Photographer unknown. Rowley Murphy collection.
Reference Code: C 59-3
Item Reference Code: C 59-3-0-41-1
Digital Image Number: I0013955.JPG  
 
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Colorado Srings, Colorado
Colorado Srings, Colorado
"Harlan photo, Colo. Sp'gs., A. J. Harlan photo, Colo. Springs, Colo., April 25, 1913."

Copyright deposit; A. J. Harlan; May 8, 1913. 
 
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Columbia, Missouri
Columbia, Missouri
Group of workers coming out of Hamilton Brown Shoe Company, Columbia, Missouri

Photographs from the records of the National Child Labor Committee 
 
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Columbus, Ohio
Columbus, Ohio
"High Street, Columbus, Ohio"

Detroit Publishing Co., publisher  
 
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Columbus, Ohio, 1910
Columbus, Ohio, 1910
-Bryden Road  
 
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Coomlees, Scotland
Coomlees, Scotland
"The Tweed from Wrae Hill"
The River Tweed swings NE under Rachan Hill on its way towards Peebles. The small village of Drumelzier is just above Merlindale Bridge in the centre in this view, and the steep little hill beyond is Tinnis Castle, a hill fort.

photo by Jim Barton 
 
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Coppercleuch, Meggotdale, Scotland
Coppercleuch, Meggotdale, Scotland
'Coppercleuch-Meggotdale',
artist Hugh Thompson
from 'Highways and byways in the Border' by Andrew Lang and John Lang,
pub. 1913. 
 
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Coquitlam, British Columbia
Coquitlam, British Columbia
The Boys Industrial School piggery 
 
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Cornwall, England
Cornwall, England
"General view, Boscastle, Cornwall, England"

Detroit Publishing Company, 1905. 
 

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