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Nature, as portrayed by the Detroit Publishing Company photographers, was awe-inspiring, majestic, and mysterious. Their scenic photographs often resembled landscape paintings. People appeared as part of the scenery. The growing tourist industry fed the interest in scenic views, which were the most popular of the company's photographs.
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Crawford Notch from the Window of the Crawford House, White Mountains, New Hampshire

Photochrom Print, Color Lithograph
Detroit Photographic Company
Henry G. Peabody, Photographer
Copyright 1901
Height 7"; Width 9"

DPC print stock # 53699
Based on DPC photograph # 012614

Accession ID # 37.102.93

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Image of: Crawford Notch from the window of the Crawford House, White Mountains, New Hampshire

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