The Johnstown Calamity
The Johnstown calamity. A slightly damaged house created by George Barker in 1889 as one of two stereo cards in albumen. Photo shows Johnstown, Pennsylvania, after the flood, a house lies on its side in a pile of rubble with a huge tree trunk extending through a window; a man stands in front of the overturned house. Stereo photo by Geo. Barker, Niagara Falls, N. Y. copyright 1889 by Geo. Barker.
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