A historically fascinating photography exhibit

The following are pictures of photographs on display at the Onandaga Historical Association in downtown Syracuse. The exhibit was of George N. Bernard’s photography, spanning decades and much of the United States and Cuba. Included are photos of the pre-and-post civil war south, the great chicago fire, Niagara Falls completely frozen andSyracuse back in the day.

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