Six black/white matted photographs, ca. 1900, including scenes of Cossacks, castle/fortress in the Caucasus, views of Kazbeck
and Tiflis, young Russian girl with tea cart, and a monument "1000 Years of Russia." At least two of the photos were taken
by Henry Winans Hiller (1838-1926), a pioneer in the Russian-American trade and U.S. consul during the Lincoln administration.
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