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Bow Bridge--cropped.jpg
Designed by Calvert Vaux and Jacob Wrey Mould, and completed in 1862, this 87-foot span was the second cast-iron bridge constructed in the US. Its likeness to the bow of a violinist or archer gave the structure its name. Stereoview taken probably not…

Mira--Sheridan Square@2x.jpg
Oil painting of Greenich Village nightlife location dismissed by a Federal Writers Project description as "an uninteresting hodgepodge of buildings of varying sizes and ages, suggesting little of the charm that lies beyond its limits." In 1982, a…

Gaige--Lexington and 35th@2x.jpg
Gaige's title is slightly puzzling, for this seems to be the Episcopal Church of the Incarnation on Madison & 35th. The congregation built a sanctuary at this location 1865; the current structure dates to 1896. About the Artist: Born in Candor,…

New York..jpg
Map of New York State packed with illustrations representing significant people and events from the state’s history. From skiing in the Northern Adirondacks to picking grapes in the vineyards of the West, the images on this map tell the stories that…

Wolf Creek - Stereoviews - 4.jpeg
A stereoview card featuring Wolf Creek at Letchworth State Park, New York. On front of card: Western New York Scenery. 420 - View on Wolf Creek N.Y. American Scenery, 80. On back of card: Wolf Creek and Genesee River High Bank Views. Wolf Creek…

In addition to canals, color-coded map shows railroads in operation, under construction, and proposed.

Liv Co DEC Lands.jpg
A map of land protected by the state in Livingston County, including state forests, parks, and wildlife management areas.

New York Soils.jpg
A soil series of the northeastern United States, including the map legend and landscape photographs. This map was originally published in the Atlas of American Agriculture.

Emmons 1846.jpeg
Divides the state of New York, as well as neighboring states of Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont, into six distinct agricultural zones.

An image of the old Livingston County Courthouse, which stood 1823-1897
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