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High banks, Genesee River, Mount Morris, N.Y

High banks, Genesee River, Mount Morris, N.Y

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J (1901). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012131. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Genesee River, Mount Morris, N.Y

Genesee River, Mount Morris, N.Y

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J (1901). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012129. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

High banks, Genesee River, Mount Morris, N.Y

High banks, Genesee River, Mount Morris, N.Y

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J (1901). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012130. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

High banks, Genesee River, Mt. Morris, N.Y

High banks, Genesee River, Mt. Morris, N.Y

Part of Letchworth State Park. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 032140. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

High banks, Genesee River, Mt. Morris, N.Y

High banks, Genesee River, Mt. Morris, N.Y

Part of Letchworth State Park. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 032139. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Lower falls of the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Lower falls of the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Includes Platt Street Bridge; power plant in background. "2579" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 034023. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Where the Erie Canal crosses the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Where the Erie Canal crosses the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue P (1906). Originally part of a two-part panorama; right section not in collection. "G 2356" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 010847. Gift; State Historical Society of Col... more

Falls of the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Falls of the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

"G 2364" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 017942. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Driving Park Ave. bridge and falls, Rochester, N.Y

Driving Park Ave. bridge and falls, Rochester, N.Y

"G 2367" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 017937. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Where Main Street crosses the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Where Main Street crosses the Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

"G 2377" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 017932. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Falls of the Genesee from Seneca Park, Rochester, N.Y

Falls of the Genesee from Seneca Park, Rochester, N.Y

"G 2369" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 017938. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Down the Genesee, Seneca Park, Rochester, N.Y

Down the Genesee, Seneca Park, Rochester, N.Y

"G 2368" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 017939. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Genesee River at Maplehurst (Maplewood?) Park, Rochester, N.Y.

Genesee River at Maplehurst (Maplewood?) Park, Rochester, N.Y.

Title from jacket. "4026" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 036770. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Up the river, Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y.

Up the river, Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y.

Title from jacket. "4017" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 036752. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Glimpse of river at Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y.

Glimpse of river at Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y.

Title from jacket. "4021" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 036756. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Upper Falls of the Genesee River and railway bridge, Portage, N.Y., U.S.A

Upper Falls of the Genesee River and railway bridge, Portage, N.Y., U....

H90987 U.S. Copyright Office No. 13502. Copyright 1907 by H.C. White. Title from item.

Lower i.e. Upper falls of Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

Lower i.e. Upper falls of Genesee, Rochester, N.Y

"4023" and "60" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 071061. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Foot Bridge, Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y

Foot Bridge, Genesee Valley Park, Rochester, N.Y

"4018" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 071060. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Down the Genesee River at Maplewood Park, Rochester, N.Y

Down the Genesee River at Maplewood Park, Rochester, N.Y

"4024" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 071054. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

The High Falls of the Genesee River in Rochester, New York

The High Falls of the Genesee River in Rochester, New York

Beginning in 1815, a small canal called Brown's Race diverted water from these falls to power mills, around which an entire High Falls neighborhood of factories sprang. The area, which includes a popular footbr... more

Genesee River view of downtown Rochester, New York

Genesee River view of downtown Rochester, New York

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Purchase; Carol M. Highsmith Photography, Inc.; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:052-2) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Ca... more

The Lower Falls of the Genesee River, one of only 33 rivers in the world that flow north, in Rochester, New York. Observers note that these falls would be quite scenic in a rural setting, but theiir attractiveness is diminished in a busy downtown setting

The Lower Falls of the Genesee River, one of only 33 rivers in the wor...

Title, date and keywords based on information provided by the photographer. Purchase; Carol M. Highsmith Photography, Inc.; 2018; (DLC/PP-2018:052-2) Forms part of Carol M. Highsmith's America Project in the Ca... more

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Route 436, Portageville, Wyoming County, NY

Erie Railway, Buffalo Division, Bridge 361.66, Genesee River, State Ro...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1385 Survey number: HAER NY-54

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rochester, Monroe County, NY

Main Street Bridge, Main Street East, spanning Genesee River, Rocheste...

Significance: The present Main Street Bridge is the fourth bridge to occupy this site since 1812. Main Street is and has been throughout its history the primary commercial and business thoroughfare for the Cit... more

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State Route 19, Belfast, Allegany County, NY

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State R...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1383 Survey number: HAER NY-43

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State Route 19, Belfast, Allegany County, NY

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State R...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1383 Survey number: HAER NY-43

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State Route 19, Belfast, Allegany County, NY

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State R...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1383 Survey number: HAER NY-43

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State Route 19, Belfast, Allegany County, NY

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State R...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1383 Survey number: HAER NY-43

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State Route 19, Belfast, Allegany County, NY

Erie Railway, Allegany Division, Bridge 375.41, Genesee River, State R...

Unprocessed Field note material exists for this structure: N1383 Survey number: HAER NY-43

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Allegany County, NY

Fillmore Bridge, Spanning Genesee River at County Road 4, Fillmore, Al...

Significance: One of the last remaining lenticular truss bridges in the northeastern United States. The bridge is a pin-connected through lenticular truss built by the Berlin Bridge Company of East Berlin, Con... more

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