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Green Lake near Jamesville, N.Y

Green Lake near Jamesville, N.Y

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J (1901). "258" on negative. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012125. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Dunlap's Falls, Jamesville, N.Y

Dunlap's Falls, Jamesville, N.Y

Date based on Detroit, Catalogue J (1901). Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012121. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Dunlap's Falls, Jamesville, N.Y

Dunlap's Falls, Jamesville, N.Y

Detroit Publishing Co. no. 032146. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Cave Cliff, near Jamesville, N.Y., The

Cave Cliff, near Jamesville, N.Y., The

Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012126. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1949.

Green Lake near Jamesville, N.Y

Green Lake near Jamesville, N.Y

Corresponding glass transparency (same series code) available on videodisc frame 1A-29375. Transparency title incorrect: Green Lake near Janesville, N.J. Detroit Publishing Co. no. 012124. Gift; State Historica... more

Green Lake, near Jamesville, New York

Green Lake, near Jamesville, New York

In album prepared by Detroit Photographic Co. to use as a catalog in its office. Detroit Publishing Co., no. 53594. Gift; State Historical Society of Colorado; 1955.

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville, Stone County, MO

Hootentown Bridge, County Route 133, Spanning James River, Jamesville,...

Significance: Hootentown Bridge is a double span, steel Parker through truss bridge, built by the Western Bridge Company of Harrisonville, Missouri. Survey number: HAER MO-48 Building/structure dates: 1910 In... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Sturgis House, Occohannock Creek, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Significance: The Eastern Shore of Virginia was first explored by Captain John Smith in 1608. Colonization of the area was begun in 1616 by Englishmen interested in establishing salt and fishing industries. T... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County, VA

Somers House, State Route 183 vicinity, Jamesville, Northampton County...

Significance: The one and one-half story Somers House was constructed in the last quarter of the eighteenth century and was a good example of a finely-built, vernacular house with the side-hall plan. The side p... more

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