The collecetion series focuses on the historical viewpoint of the United States' Niagara area, and it is credited to George E. Curtis, who was active from the 1860s until 1910 and was recognised for his stereoscopic views of Niagara Falls. As a sampling of Curtis's photos of the Falls, the series by Philadelphia-based photographer James Cremer is placed in a period specimen box. The sample boxes were made in New Haven by Samuel Peck and Co., a company that made photography equipment in the 1870s. Not only will you get to see some of America's beautiful islands, but you'll also have the chance to learn about the thrilling events that took place over Niagara Falls in the 19th century, enjoy your trip!

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1860 to 1870
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