• The New Suspension Bridge and Falls

      Curtis, George E. (n.d.)
      The card reads "322 - The new suspension Bridge and Falls". The image shows a man in the foreground and the suspension bridge in the background.
    • New Suspension Bridge, 1268 feet long

      n.d.
      The card reads "New Suspension Bridge, 1268 feet long"
    • Niagara Falls

      Allgem. Deutscher Kunst-Verein (n.d.)
      The image is produced by a German publisher and the description simply states "Der Niagarafall".
    • Niagara Falls (Image from Eastern District of Pennsylvania Clerks Office)

      Langenheim, F. (1854)
      The caption below reads "Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1854 by F. Langenheim in the Clerks office of the district Court for the Eastern district of Pennsylvania".
    • Niagara Falls from Elevator Tower

      Curtis, George E. (n.d.)
      The description below the image reads "225 Niagara Falls from Elevator Tower, New Suspension Bridge".
    • Niagara Falls from Prospect Point

      Keystone View Company (n.d.)
      The description of the image is written in German and mentions Prospect Point and the American Falls. There is also a number listed, V23281.
    • Niagara Falls from Prospect Point to Horseshoe Falls

      Realistic Travels Publishers (n.d.)
      The description of the image reads "Magnificent outlook over Niagara, world's grandest waterfall, from Prospect Point to Horseshoe Falls". The side of the card is also stamped "By Royal Command to Their Imperial Majesties King George V and Queen Mary".
    • Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1901)
      The image is described as "(8) Nature's Everlasting Smile, Niagara Falls, U.S.A."
    • Niagara from the distant Tower, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1902)
      The image is described as "(7) Niagara and its great cloud of rising Spray - from the distant tower, U.S.A.".
    • Niagara Guide looking into Cave of the Winds - Niagara Falls, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1901)
      The description reads "(10) An old Niagara Guide - looking into the awe-inspiring Cave of the Winds - Niagara Falls, U.S.A.".
    • Niagara in Winter

      Anthony & Co, E. & H.T. (n.d.)
      The card description reads "Niagara in Winter. General view of the Falls from Point View." No. 63
    • Prospect Point Crowd, Niagara, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1901)
      The description of the image reads "(2) Admiring Tourists viewing the Falls, from Prospect Point, Niagara, U.S.A."
    • Prospect Point, Niagara Falls

      Griffith & Griffith (Circa 1900)
      The description on the image reads "Free Niagara, Prospect Point, Niagara Falls".
    • Prospect Point, Niagara, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1901)
      The description of the image reads "(3) Looking down over the high preciptous Bluff at Prospect Point, Niagara, U.S.A."
    • Prospect Point-Niagara

      Barker, Geo. (n.d.)
      The description of the image reads "Prospect Point-Niagara".
    • Rapids Above the Falls Looking at Goat Island, Niagara, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1901)
      The description reads "(14) The rolling, tumbling "Rapids" above the Falls - along Riverside Drive, looking toward Goat Island, - Niagara, U.S.A.".
    • Rapids at Niagara

      n.d.
      Rapids at Niagara.
    • The Rapids, Niagara

      n.d.
      The description of the image reads "No. 115 - The Rapids, Niagara - From the Terrapin Tower". On the reverse it reads "The Rapids, Niagara, From the Terrapin Tower (taken instantaneously). From this commanding point of view the rapids are seen to great perfection - the Tower standing just on the edge of the Horse-shoe Fall. Some idea of the rapidity with which these waters hurry onward to the mighty abyss may be formed from the fact that the river descends nearly fifty-one feet in a distance of three-quarters of a mile. Gathering force as they approach nearer the edge of the Falls, they dash and foam amid the rocks which speck their surface, and with torturous writhes dash onward with a fury grand and beautiful in the extreme. Whole flocks of water-fowl have often been seen going to destruction among these rapids. Pleased with being carried by the stream, they have indulged in the pleasure till the rapidity of the current has rendered it impossible for them to rise and thus have they been carried down and washed over the Fall. At one time during the months of September and October, sufficient quantities of dead water-fowl have been found every morning below the Fall to afford ample subsistence for the garrison at the fort. The bodies of bears, deer, and other animals have also been found."
    • Rock of Ages, Niagara, U.S.A.

      Underwood & Underwood (1902)
      The description reads "(11) American Falls and "Rock of Ages" - Niagara, U.S.A."
    • Steel Bridge View

      Underwood & Underwood (1902)
      The description reads "(1) General view of the Falls from the New Steel Bridge - 'Maid of the Mist' at landing - Niagara, U.S.A.". The reverse reads similar "General view from Suspension Bridge, Niagara Falls, U.S.A.".