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Stock List (Partial) - last updated October 18, 2011


By Location:

Massachusetts:  Acton, Berkshires, Berlin, Billerica, Blackstone, Bolton, Boxborough, Boylston, Boston, Cambridge, Cape Cod, Carlisle, Concord, Dover, Framingham, Harvard, Hopedale, Hudson, Lincoln, Lowell, Marblehead, Marlborough, Maynard, Medfield, Natick, Northbridge, Orleans, Pepperell, Petersham, Plum Island, Princeton, Provincetown, Rockport, Royalston, Saugus, Shelburne Falls, Southborough, Stow, Sudbury, Uxbridge, Waltham, Wayland, Wellfleet, Weston, Worcester; Tower Hill Botanical Garden, Walden Pond; Assabet River, Parker River and Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuges, Audubon sanctuaries, Blackstone National Historic Corridor

Maine: Ogunquit,  Portland, Rockland, Seashore Trolley Museum

Missouri: St. Louis

New Hampshire: Jackson, Jaffrey,  White Mountains

Arizona: Grand Canyon, Kaibab Plateau, Oak Creek Canyon

Colorado: Antonito, Denver, Durango, La Junta, Leadville, Trinidad

Maryland: Cumberland, Frostburg

Montana: Glacier National Park

New Mexico: Albuquerque, Chama, Lamy, Raton, Santa Fe

North Carolina: Blue Ridge Parkway, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, Transportation Museum

Pennsylvania: Strasburg, Scranton

Rhode Island: Blackstone River State Park, Woonsocket, Blackstone National Historic Corridor, Valley Falls, Lincoln, Cumberland, Slatersville

Utah: Arches, Capitol Reef and Zion National Parks, Scenic Highways 12 and 128

Virginia: Culpeper, Skyline Drive, Blue Ridge Parkway, Eagle Rock, Richmond

West Virginia: Harper's Ferry

Canada: Cape Breton Island, Halifax, Quebec, Waterton National Park (Alberta)


By Subject:

Buildings: abandoned structures, architectural details (doors, windows, weathervanes, etc.), barns, churches, commercial buildings, gazebos, homes, mills, mill worker housing, public buildings, historic structures, railroad buildings, shop windows

Cemeteries: tombstone details, graveyards in snow, fog, fall foliage, monuments

Events: July 4 parade, Scottish dancing

Fall foliage in New England

Fauna: butterflies, caterpillars, cattle, horses, goats, sheep, waterfowl, turtles, frogs, heron

Fences and walls

Flora (mainly in New England and Utah): bushes and shrubs, flowers, wildflowers, ferns, mushrooms, trees, detail of leaves and berries, lilypads, marsh grasses, fruits, vegetables; gardens

Historic sites: parks, monuments, cemeteries, homes

Nautical:  canoes and kayaks, fishing and lobstering equipment, harbor scenes, skiffs, dories, rowboats, fishing boats, docks

Scenic: mountains, forests, other landscapes; conservation land and nature preserves, trails

Trains:  Amtrak, historic railroads, museums, locomotives, railroad buildings, freight car detail, trolleys

Vehicles: antique cars and trucks, hot air balloons

Urban:  street scenes, parks, skylines

Water: canals, lakes, ponds, Atlantic Ocean, beaches, rivers and streams, waterfalls, marshes and swamps, bridges; dams; sand dunes, reflections and sunsets; streams, ponds and wetlands in winter

Winter: winter landscapes, trees and plants in winter, ice patterns, snow-covered stone walls, snow-covered cemeteries


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