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Louise-Jules-Frédéric Villeneuve and Victor Adam (lithographers), after Jacques Gerard Milbert, published by Henri Gaugain, Lower Falls—Near the Residence of Mrs. Montgomery, 1828–29, lithograph, 13 3/8 x 8 7/8 in. (34 x 22.5 cm.), [1946.9.1953]. Mabel Brady Garvan Collection, Yale University Art Gallery.

Plate 2 from Jacques Gérard Milbert, Itinéraire pittoresque du fleuve Hudson : et des parties latérales de l'Amérique du Nord, d'après les dessins originaux pris sur les lieux par J. Milbert et lithographiés par Adam, Bichebois, Deroy, Dupressoir, Jacottet, Joly, Sabatier, Tirpenne et Villeneuve, 2 vols. (Paris: H. Gaugain et cie, 1828-29).

Inscription: 3e Livraison / AMERIQUE SEPTENTRIONALE ETAT DE NEW-YORK / Pl. 2 / Lihographié par Villeneuve figes par V. Adam / Dessiné d'après nature par J. Milbert / Chite inferieure pres l'habitation de M. Montgomery / Lower Falls - near the residence of Mrs. Montogomery

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