|Title||Cliffs Over the Dead Sea|
|Collection||Magnesium Light Views in Mammoth Cave|
Mammoth Cave Views, No. 33 "Cliffs Over the Dead Sea." Verso reads, The Dead Sea is a black ominous looking body of water, about 40 feet below the terrace on which the three persons in the picture are standing. Visitors pass along the terrace and descend the ladder on their way to the river. The sea lies below the foot of the rock over which the parties in the view are looking.
Published by E. & H. T. Anthony & Company, American and Foreign Stereoscopic Emporium, 501 Broadway, New York.
[SEE ALSO: MAC-143 through MAC-151 for more views from this series]
|Photographer||Waldack, Charles L.|
|Place||Kentucky / Edmonson County / Mammoth Cave|
|Copyright||Charles L. Waldack, 1866|
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