File:Canalduct near Portage, Genesee Valley, N.Y (NYPL b11707987-G91F132 053F).tiff

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  • Includes six hand-colored views.
  • Hand-colored photoprints.
  • Includes views by Anthony, L. E. Walker, George L. Washburn and other photographers and publishers.
  • Robert Dennis Collection of Stereoscopic Views.
  • Title devised by cataloger.
  • Views of Portage and vicinity including the Genesee River; waterfalls; wooden and iron railroad bridges, including ruins of the wooden bridge; a "canalduct" (Genesee Canal?); Genesee Valley Sand Stone quarry showing men working; Catlin House, Cascade House, and Glen Iris, including group playing croquet and a canoe in the lake; estate of Wm. P. Letchworth, which was later made into Letchworth State Park; a man sitting beside a tent, bridge beyond.
Title Canalduct near Portage, Genesee Valley, N.Y.
Author Scan by NYPL
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New York Public Library 1908c.jpg
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UUID c13d5360-c55f-012f-0cd0-58d385a7bc34
Image ID G91F132_053F
Collection Robert N. Dennis collection of stereoscopic views
Collection UUID 510d47e1-55ad-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99
NYPL catalog ID b11707987
NYPL Division The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Photography Collection
Topics Aqueducts


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