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Letch-School.jpg
Replica of a structure built in 1874 by William Pryor Letchworth, who also supplied students with books and a melodeon. The school was used for 60 years, then torn down in 1947 before this replica was built forty years later.

Picture-taking 1.jpg
Part of Kodak's "picture-taking spot" series, tourist map identifies twenty scenic viewpoints for visitors, each of which was marked with an on-site marker. Often, there are explicit instructions as to composition: "When you photograph falls, include…

Portage-Bridge.jpg
Famous Erie Railroad viaduct over Upper Falls at Portage, located in present-day Letchworth State Park, accompanied W. S. Ward's essay "The Valley of the Genesee."

Middle-Falls.jpg
View of the most famous waterfall in present-day Letchworth State Park accompanied W. S. Ward's essay "The Valley of the Genesee."

Lower-Falls.jpg
Scenic view of waterfall near Glen Iris Inn, located in present-day Letchworth State Park, accompanied W. S. Ward's essay "The Valley of the Genesee."

Indian-Council-House.jpg
Illustration of Seneca council house, in present-day Letchworth State Park, accompanied W. S. Ward's essay "The Valley of the Genesee."

High-Banks-Mt-Morris.jpg
Scenic view from the northern end of present-day Letchworth State Park accompanied W. S. Ward's essay "The Valley of the Genesee."
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