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Title

Congress Spring, Early, Interior

Subject

Springs
Pavilions

Description

A Dipper Boy reaches into the tube containing the flow of the Congress Spring. A wooden bar surrounds the spring and people are standing around it, drinking the waters. The pavilion itself is simple in lines. Written in the border of the card is the name of a photographer, J.J.Reilly. The image is numbered 414. Mr. Reilly was probably not the photographer- he was in Niagara Falls then California at the time the photographs were taken.

Creator

Unknown Artist

Source

Robert Joki Stereoscopic Collection

Publisher

Saratoga Springs Public Library

Date

c.late 1860's

Rights

Item is in the Public Domain.

Relation

Robert Joki Papers

Format

jpeg

Language

English

Type

Photograph

Identifier

RJ0855

All Available Item Data

Original Format

Photograph

Physical Dimensions

6.75 X 3.25 in (17.2 X 8.3 cm)

NY Heritage Topic

Architecture

Physical Format

Stereographs

Citation

Unknown Artist, “Congress Spring, Early, Interior,” Saratoga Room Digital Exhibits, accessed July 16, 2019, http://digitalarchive.sspl.org/items/show/209.

File

RJSC_00855F.jpg
RJSC_00855F.jpg

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