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Eagle Fall from Below
1870-1920
G.F. Gates
USA: New York, Watkins
Stereocard
4 1/4"h x 7"w x 1/8"d
Gift of William Caleb Loring
88.38.129

Black-and-white stereophotograph mounted on a yellow card, showing a waterfall cascading down into a stream or river. Behind the waterfall, there is a wall of sheer, rough rock. There is a stairway to the right of the waterfall that leads up to the top of the cliff that the waterfalls flows off of. The back of the card is orange, with a yellow rectangular label affixed to it. Printed in black on the label is "Stereographs / of / Havana Glen Scenery, / Photographed and Published by / G. F. Gates, Watkins, N.Y. / The Trade supplied at liberal rates. Orders filled in / rotation. See descriptive Catalogue. / This Glen is situated near the village of Havana, / Schuyler County, N.Y. The latter point is accessible / several times daily, by the trains of the Northern Central / R.R., which connect with the Erie at Elmira, and at / Canandaigua with the New York Central. Visitors com- / ing by Steamers over Seneca Lake can take the Cars at / Watkins, three miles from Havana, or may enjoy a / pleasant drive of four miles from the Steamboat Land- / ing to the entrance of the Glen./ No. [in pencil] 153 / [list of available card in series, with titles]."



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