[Family in front of Niagara Falls]


Not on view

Around the turn of the twentieth century, visitors to Niagara Falls could have portraits of themselves inserted into a variety of stock backgrounds depicting the falls from vantage points that were inaccessible to tourists. Here, a family chose to mark their outing with two different views of Niagara’s natural wonders.

[Family in front of Niagara Falls], Unknown (American), Gelatin silver print

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