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Title

Congress Spring Lithograph

Subject

Springs

Description

The Congress Spring was first drawn by artist Augustus Knoller; his original work was copied and elaborated on by so many followers it is almost difficult to differentiate one from another. These images show the Congress Spring and Columbian Spring pavilions. A square obelisk houses the pumping equipment for the use of the waters. The original bandstand can be glimpsed in the background. The original drawings were done in the 1840's.

Creator

Sipperly, Wm. H.

Publisher

Saratoga Springs Public Library

Date

c. 1840's ; stereo card from the 1870's

Rights

Item is in the Public Domain.

Relation

Robert Joki Papers

Format

jpeg

Language

English

Type

Lithograph

Identifier

RJ0878

All Available Item Data

Original Format

Lithograph

Physical Dimensions

7 X 3.5 in. (17.5 X 8.5 cm)

NY Heritage Topic

Architecture

Physical Format

Stereographs

Tags


Citation

Sipperly, Wm. H., “Congress Spring Lithograph,” Saratoga Room Digital Exhibits, accessed September 22, 2020, http://digitalarchive.sspl.org/items/show/207.

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