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Image of Aftermath of Fire in Miller Park - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Fire in Miller Park - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Fire in Miller Park. 1887. B&W print photo, 4 1/2 x 7 1/8," mounted on mat board, showing debris and aftermath of fire in Miller Park. W.C. Sherman, photographer. March 8, 1887. Notation on front: Compliments of W.C. Sherman, photographer, Mayville, NY. Notation on back: March 8, 1887. Fire. Page 116, Wescolt's book, Vol. II? The auditorium encircled by a belt of houses. The eastern half of this toward Palestine destroyed from this limit eastward on the last house running direct from Palestine to the Amphitheater. Not a cottage is left standing between the lake and the row on Terrace. 15 houses in semicircle are burned. 10 more on Asbury back ? 15 or all

Image of Aftermath of Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Fire. 1887. B&W print photo, 4 3/8 x 7 1/2", mounted on mat board, showing destroyed buildings and debris in the aftermath of the fire in Miller Park. Randall E. Widgrig and Morey Knowlton are standing in the foreground. W.C. Sherman, photographer. March 8, 1887. Notation on back: Randall E. Widgrig, Morey Knowlton. W.C.? Sherman, Mayville NY.

Image of Aftermath of Miller Park Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Miller Park Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Miller Park Fire. 1887. B&W print photo, 4 3/8 x 7 1/2", mounted on mat board, showing landscape of Miller Park in ruin, looking south. W.C. Sherman, photographer. March 8, 1887. Notation on back: Randall E. Widrig. Miller Park Fire.

Image of Aftermath of Miller Park Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Miller Park Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Miller Park Fire. 1887. B&W print photo, 4 5/8 x 7 5/8", mounted on mat board, showing landscape (looking south) of Miller Park in ruin, remains of a chimney, burnt trees, houses. W.C. Sherman, photographer. March 8, 1887. Notation on back: Randall E. Widgrig. W.C. Sherman Mayville, NY.

Image of Aftermath of Miller Park Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Miller Park Fire - Sherman, W.C.

Aftermath of Miller Park Fire. 1887. B&W print photo, 4 1/2 x 7 5/8", mounted on mat board, showing landscape looking south with debris, lumber, barrel in foreground, and burnt trees in the background. W.C. Sherman, photographer. March 8, 1887. Notation on back: March 8, 1887-Fire destroyed some fifty cottages in or near the present Miller Park. His back to smoke still rising in the woods, a man carries an axe by a cottage still burning, and another untouched by the fire. Randall E. Widrig. W.C. Sherman, Mayville NY.

Image of Crowd on Beach - Unknown

Crowd on Beach - Unknown

Crowd on Beach. c. 1910 B&W print photo, 3 1/4 x 10 1/2" showing crowd on the beach, looking from Chautauqua Lake and north of Miller Avenue. Background includes: Miller Park, the Arcade, and Lebanon Hotel.

Image of Miller Park - Unknown

Miller Park - Unknown

Miller Park. 1920-1929. Hand-colored postcard, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2" showing view looking northeast through Miller Park toward the many cottages. Note the flower beds and walkway leading through the park.

Image of Model of Jerusalem - Unknown

Model of Jerusalem - Unknown

Model of Jerusalem. c. 1890. B&W print photo, 5 x 8" showing the expansive model city of Jerusalem, located in Miller Park. The Old Pier Building and Rashid's Gazebo - along the shoreline - are faintly visible in the background. Text: This model of Jerusalem was on the Point near the head of the Palestine Model. It was surrounded by a fence and wall. In the year of 1893 a severe storm wrecked the model.

Image of Bandstand - Unknown

Bandstand - Unknown

Bandstand. 1891. B&W print photo, 4 x 5", showing a 'snapshot' which includes a large conifer and part of the bandstand visible in Miller Park. Text: This is a Band stand in Miller Park. In Miller Park the "new" Bandstand must not be overlooked in the record of architectural progress' [from an 1891 scrap book].

Image of The Pier at Chautauqua - Unknown

The Pier at Chautauqua - Unknown

The Pier at Chautauqua. 1895-1910? B&W postcard, 3 1/2 x 5 1/2" showing the shore on the southern side of Miller Point: the Old Pier Building has an unidentified steamer secured along the dock. Printed on front of Postcard: The Pier at Chautauqua, N.Y. Printed on back of Postcard: Post Card/ This side is for the address/ Copyright 1906 by Everett H. Ketchum, Jamestown NY..

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing David Finfrock performing a choreographed dance routine, while using strobe lighting effects. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing David Finfrock performing a choreographed dance routine, while using strobe lighting effects. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing David Finfrock performing a choreographed dance routine, while using strobe lighting effects. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing Anaya Cullen performing a choreographed dance routine, while using flame lit from her fingertips. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing Anaya Cullen performing a choreographed dance routine, while using flame lit from her fingertips. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing Anaya Cullen performing a choreographed dance routine, while using flame lit from her fingertips. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light - Roehrig, Michele

Finfrock and Cullen Using Fire and Light. 2007/07/04. Digital Image, showing Anaya Cullen performing a choreographed dance routine, while using flame lit from her fingertips. Performers Cullen and Finfrock danced with seven students of the Chautauqua Ballet Company in a special Fourth of July event after dark, outiside the Miller Bell Tower.

Image of Rev. Rich'd Newton and Children's Day - Johnson, George G.

Rev. Rich'd Newton and Children's Day - Johnson, George G.

Rev. Rich'd Newton and Children's Day. c. 1875. Stereo View on 7"x4" card frame, showing a large group of people seated in the old Auditorium, facing the speaker's stand (out of view), for Children's Day. The old man in the center, surrounded by a group of children, is Reverend Dr. Richard Newton. Print on front reads: Geo. G. Johnson, Photographer/ Cleveland, O. Notation on back: Children's Day/ Rev. Dr Newton/ Gift of Mrs. Herbert Osborne/ Sun City, Arizona 1982 [Title is found on catalog list for Geo. G. Johnson, Photographer, containing the stereo view "10. Rev. Rich'd Newton and Children's Day"]

Image of Children, Deer and Fountain - Johnson, George G.

Children, Deer and Fountain - Johnson, George G.

Children, Deer and Fountain. c. 1876. Stereo View on 7"x4" card frame, showing an outdoor scene near the old Auditorium. Children are standing, as one child sits on a stutue of a deer. Notation on back: [Title is found on full catalog list for Johnson & Mentzel, Photographers, including "36. Children, Deer and Fountain"]

Image of Alumni Class, 1874 - Johnson, George G.

Alumni Class, 1874 - Johnson, George G.

Alumni Class, 1874. 1875? Stereo View on 7"x4" card frame, showing a group of individuals seated in the old Auditorium [now Miller Park]. Notation indicates that these people are gathered members of the first Sunday School Teachers meeting. John Heyl Vincent appears in the front row. The dimensions of the stereo views and the size and color of the mat frame suggest that the creators are Johnson & Mentzel, from Cleveland. Notation on back: Gift of Mrs. Herbert Osborne/ Sun City/ Arizona/ 1982/ [A special catalog card on the reverse says:] Alumni Class, 1874./ Chautauqua, N.Y. [Sixty-eight names are listed: Vincent, John Heyl Knox, Alice M. Presby, O.H. Ostrander, J. S. G