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Get a Glimpse of Syracuse in 1904 Through These Amazing Photos

Get a glimpse of Syracuse, New York in 1904 through these amazing photos. Click on them to see the incredible details of the Salt City - City Hall, Erie Canal, and more.
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These beautiful old photos show what the city of Syracuse looked like back in 1904. Click on them to see amazing details.

Circa 1904. “City Hall, Syracuse, New York.” An electric welcome to the Salt City. 8×10 inch dry plate glass negative, Detroit Publishing Company.

Source: Shorpy

“1904. Erie Canal at Salina Street, Syracuse, New York.” Detroit Publishing Company glass negative, Library of Congress.

Source: Shorpy

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