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Topic: catskills

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High fall on the Catskills / from nature by "James Queen" draughtsman for P.S. Duvals Lithographic Establ.

High fall on the Catskills / from nature by "James Queen" draughtsman ...

Drawing shows water cascading over cliffs at the Kaaterskill Falls in the Catskill Mountains in New York.

The Catskills. Sunrise from South Mountain / Harry Fenn ; S.V. Hunt.

The Catskills. Sunrise from South Mountain / Harry Fenn ; S.V. Hunt.

Print shows two people standing at the percipice of a cliff in the Catskill Mountains, high above rock formations and trees, with a distant view of the sunrise across a broad valley.

Waterfall in the Catskills /

Waterfall in the Catskills /

From Edison films catalog: Beautiful water effects at Haines' Falls, a most picturesque and charming mountain cataract. The wild and rugged surroundings are very impressive. 50 feet. $7.50.

In the Catskills

In the Catskills

Print shows a view in the Catskill Mountains, New York, with two hotels, gazebo, couple in boat, couple in horse-drawn carriage, church, and mountains in background.

In the Catskills

In the Catskills

Print shows a view in the Catskill Mountains, New York, with two hotels, gazebo, couple in boat, couple in horse-drawn carriage, church, and mountains in background.

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