The Onondaga Collection of historic prints for the Syracuse area.Collection consists of historic reprints depicting the people, places and events in Onondaga County and surrounding area by the Onondaga Savings Bank in 1976. There are actually 17 prints in this collection, not sure what series the others are part of but there is what you are bidding on: Comfort Tyler's Tavern on Seneca Turnpike 1803. British soldiers on the Seneca Turnpike 1814. Beginning the Salt Industry 1788 (2). Racing to the fire - Vanderbilt Square in the 1890s. Skaters Glide Along the Erie Canal in the early 1900s. Clinton Square Looking East in the middle 1890s. South Salina Street in the 1850s. Harvesting Salt from Solar Vats. Brine Boils in a Salt Block. A Great Water System Begins on the Skaneateles Lake Shore. Syracuse Greets Gallant Men of Company C April 1919. Trains Passing in the Night at Vanderbilt Square 1929. The Iroquois Tree of Peace. Tah-Da-Deh-Ho Meets with Peace Maker and Headmen to Form Hou-Du-No-Shaun-Nee. Trolleys and Touring Cars in the Heart of Syracuse 1923. Fayetteville in the Early Days of the Erie Canal.
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