File:Blondin Crossing the Niagara.jpg

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English: Engraving of Blondin crossing a tightrope over the Niagara River while piggy-backing his manager
Date circa 1883
date QS:P,+1883-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source Holley, George () "Blondin Crossing the Niagara" in The Falls of Niagara, Category:New York: A. C. Armstrong & Son Retrieved on .
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