'Muybridge and Athlete' Taken as part of a motion sequence at Pennsylvania University. © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010 'Valley of the Yosemite' © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010 'San Francisco Panorama' Panel 1 of 13. Showing some of the wealthiest residences of San Francisco. © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010 'Perma RR. Pittzburg Horseshow curve' © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010 'Natives in Alaska 1868. Paddlesteamer in background. Helios' © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010 Palo Alto 'Running Herd with Superimposed Sky' © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010 'Two Men. Fencing.' © Kingston Museum and Heritage Service, 2010

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