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Niagara Falls From Suspension Bridge # SV-NYS462
$9.95

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Niagara Falls From Suspension Bridge around 1880s
Photo By Charles Bierstadt (1819-1903), Niagara Falls N. Y.
Minor cardboard seperation in lower right corner
Size: 7x3½ - Condition: Good - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 3

Chittinango Falls # HSM-CF1870
$24.95
H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y.
Chittinango Falls, Chittinango New York 1870's
Photo By H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y. 1870s
Bio: H.S. Mather was in Cazenovia as early as May 1868, he began stereo views in 1870, he lost everything in a fire of November 1871 and he immediately opened a new studio next door, in April 1872 he took on Will H. Lyon as partner, he lived at 12 Liberty Street and had an extensive photography studio and store in 1875. He then moved to Clear Lake Iowa where he continued his trade and made many stereos of the Clear Lake area which have become, like his Cazenovia images, important documentation of life in the small resort town at that time. He died in the fall of 1908.
Size: 6 ¾x3¼ - Condition: Good - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 4

Methodist Episcopal Church, Cazenovia New York # HSM-MECH1870
$14.95
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H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y.
Laying the corner stone of the new Methodist Episcopal Church,
Cazenovia New York 1870's
Photo By H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y. 1870s
Bio: H.S. Mather was in Cazenovia as early as May 1868, he began stereo views in 1870, he lost everything in a fire of November 1871 and he immediately opened a new studio next door, in April 1872 he took on Will H. Lyon as partner, he lived at 12 Liberty Street and had an extensive photography studio and store in 1875. He then moved to Clear Lake Iowa where he continued his trade and made many stereos of the Clear Lake area which have become, like his Cazenovia images, important documentation of life in the small resort town at that time. He died in the fall of 1908.
Size: 6 ¾x3¼ - Condition: Fair - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 4

Syracuse and Chenango Valley Rail Road # HSM-WTSCVRR1870
$19.95
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H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y.
Work train on the Syracuse and Chenango Valley Rail Road
Cazenovia New York 1870's
Photo By H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y. 1870s
Bio: H.S. Mather was in Cazenovia as early as May 1868, he began stereo views in 1870, he lost everything in a fire of November 1871 and he immediately opened a new studio next door, in April 1872 he took on Will H. Lyon as partner, he lived at 12 Liberty Street and had an extensive photography studio and store in 1875. He then moved to Clear Lake Iowa where he continued his trade and made many stereos of the Clear Lake area which have become, like his Cazenovia images, important documentation of life in the small resort town at that time. He died in the fall of 1908.
Size: 6 ¾x3¼ - Condition: Good - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 4

Syracuse and Chenango Valley Rail Road Tunnel # HSM-TNLSCVRR1872
$24.95
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H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y.
Tunnel on the Syracuse and Chenango Valley Rail Road
Cazenovia New York 1872
Photo By H. S. Mather, Cazenovia N. Y. 1870s
"A Visit to the Tunnel and a Glimpse of Cazenovia"
Cazenovia Republican, May 16, 1872
Several officers of the Syracuse and Chenango Valley Rail Road had inspected the tunnel and invited about 25 rail road men and citizens of Syracuse to return again with them. They boarded Herman H. Stanton's coach-and-four at the Temperance House, which is the present terminus of the Rail Road. The "deserted village" was soon reached, where but a few weeks ago there were lively scenes. The numerous boarding houses have been torn down, the blacksmith shop demolished, and little remains except "the store" which once must have resembled Dickens' "Curiosity Shop" to mark the spot. The company took lunch in the yard surrounding a farm house before inspecting the cavern. Supt. Stroud then took the pilgrims to the northern end of the great work. Through a long cut with solid walls of stone, all passed to the entrance of the tunnel, when warning was given that pieces of stone, weighing a ton or less occasionally flaked off from the top and fell, and that all who went through must take the chances. All entered upon the journey of 1600 feet through solid rock. In the middle the temperature was almost at the freezing point, and the only ray of light was in the distance. Afterwards a brief visit to Cazenovia was made, and the location of the station and a new hotel upon the lake were commented upon. The work of arching the tunnel to render it entirely secure, is to be commenced at once, and will be done by the time the rails are laid to Cazenovia.

Size: 6 ¾x3¼ - Condition: Good - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 5+

Amphitheater Watkins Glen, N.Y. # SV-WG2004
$6.95
Amphitheater Watkins Glen, N.Y.
Size: 6 ¾x3¼ - Condition: Good - Type: Print Colorized - 3D Effect: 3

Hiram Powers Greek Slave Statue # SV-GS239
$24.95
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Hiram Powers Greek Slave Statue circa 1800's
Photo By Charles Bierstadt (1819-1903), Niagara Falls N. Y.
One of the most popular American statues of the 19th century, Hiram Powers' The Greek Slave (1844), portrays a Greek girl captured by the Turks and put up for sale in a Middle Eastern slave market. The sculptor said of his work: "As there should be a moral in every work of art, I have given to the expression of the Greek slave what trust there could still be in a Divine Providence for a future state of existence, with utter despair for the present, mingled somewhat of scorn for all around her. It is not her person but her spirit that stands exposed."
Size: 7x3½ - Condition: Good - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 3

Erie Railway Suspension Bridge # SV-NYS455
$24.95
Suspension Bridge On Line Of Erie Railway circa 1800's
Photo By Charles Bierstadt (1819-1903), Niagara Falls N. Y.
The Niagara Falls Suspension Bridge was the world's first working railway suspension bridge. It spanned 825 feet (251 m) and stood 2.5 miles (4.0 km) downstream of Niagara Falls from 1855 to 1897. Connecting Niagara Falls, Ontario to Niagara Falls, New York. The bridge carried mixed traffic on its two decks across the Niagara River; trains crossed over the river by way of the bridge's upper deck while pedestrians and carriages used the lower. It was also known by its American name, the International Suspension Bridge. The bridge had other names including the Niagara Railway Suspension Bridge and Niagara Suspension Bridge.
Size: 7x3½ - Condition: Good - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 4

Cantilever Bridge, Niagara Falls # SV-NYS456
$14.95
Cantilever Bridge, Niagara Falls circa 1880's
Photo By Charles Bierstadt (1819-1903), Niagara Falls N. Y.
The Niagara Cantilever Bridge or Michigan Central Railway Cantilever Bridge was a Cantilever bridge across the Niagara Gorge. It connected Niagara Falls, New York, and Niagara Falls, Located just south of the Whirlpool Bridge, and opened to traffic in 1883, it was replaced by the Michigan Central Railway Steel Arch Bridge in 1925.
Size: 7x3½ - Condition: Fair - Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 4

# SV-ENG0024
$4.00

London, Central Hall, House of Parliament - European Views, No Date
Size: 6.875x3.5 - Condition: Fair, faded from age, Type: Photo Black/White - 3D Effect: 3


# SV-J1015
$4.75
# 1015 Girl Spinning Silk in Japan - no date
Size: 7x3.5 - Condition: Good - Picture Type: Color/Tinted - 3D Effect: 5


# SV-J1027
SOLD
# 1027 Street Scene on way to Asakusa Temple, Tokyo Japan - no date
Size: 7x3.5 - Condition: Good - Picture Type: Color/Tinted - 3D Effect: 3


# SV-J1006
SOLD
# 1006 Making A New Years Call, Japan - no date
Size: 7x3.5 - Condition: Good - Picture Type: Color/Tinted - 3D Effect: 4


World View Lot of 3 cards
World Views 3 Cards - Gibraltar, Rhone Glacier, Switzerland, Russia
3 Cards

Not individually sleeved

$5.95 (+$2.50 S&H)



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