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New Seneca Ray Stoddard Photographs

We have added 93 stereoscopic view cards of photographs by Seneca Ray Stoddard to our Adirondack Collection. 

Stoddard is the Nineteenth Century’s acknowledged “pictorial chronicler of the Adirondacks,” producing perhaps as many as 10,000 images, and establishing himself as a forerunner of outdoor photography.  This new acquisition includes images of and images posed in Ausable Chasm, Ausable Pond, Birmingham, Blue Mountain Lake, Dresden, Hammondville, Henderson Lake, Keene Valley, Lake Champlain Lake George, Long Lake, Racquette Falls, Saranac Lake, and Schroon Lake. 

Information on these images can be found in the Adirondack Collection Finding Aid.