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Title Palladium Printing House, Oswego, New York, ca. 1880
Description A group of men are gathered in front of the Palladium Printing House building. Also seen in this stereoview are signs for Apothecary Hall, G. A. Sawyer, Ballard Watches and Silverware, Longton Saloon, and the National Hotel.

NOTE: Although "Richmond, Ind." is handwritten on the back in more recent writing, research reveals that this was the Palladium Printing House located on West First Street in Oswego, New York. In 1877 the business was located at 170 W. First Street in Oswego.
Place Oswego, New York, United States
Date 1880, ca.
Year Range Begin 1870
Year Range End 1880
Subjects Printing
Process Albumen prints
Format Stereographs
Collection Name Joan Hostetler Collection
Object ID ia-0001-0087
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