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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…

Glen Alpha--Grotto. cropped jpg.jpg
This stereocard was part of the "Artistic series, scenery at Watkins Glen and vicinity, N.Y." The picturesque series of falls and rock formations became a popular destination during the post-bellum period, and many other such images were created.…

Smith--Otsego Hall.jpg
William Cooper founded the village of Cooperstown in 1786, and in 1799 built a large mansion inherited by his son, the novelist James Fenimore Cooper. It was located near the outlet of Otsego Lake, the beginning of the Susquehanna River. A…

Glen Iris Stereoview--full.jpg
From a series of stereoviews entitled "Gems from Genesee River & Wyoming Valley Scenery," image depicts a popular visitor destination even prior to creation of Letchworth State Park.

Glen Iris - Stereoviews - 4.jpeg
A stereoview card featuring a photographer taking pictures of the falls from The Glen Iris lawn at Letchworth State Park. Note that the equipment is another two-lensed camera. This item contains images of the original card and its reverse, along with…
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