“Larger” Album Cards of Niagara Falls

Jefferson Burdick’s assessment of larger album card sets. Prices are circa 1960 per card.
First box of Niagara Falls cards I found. Box is not in the best shape, to say the least.
Two of the cards from the set. One was glued into an album and looks fresher, the other handled and part of the box pictured above.
Same box as above but the applied chromo and condition make this one more appealing to me.
Single tone printing of a similar image to the box cover on the book. The back of the book is blank with the same pink tone. There are no illustrations in the book but a lot of interesting facts.
Two more cards from the boxed set.

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I am nuts about early album cards from the 1860s-70s. And other cards and small lithographs. This space is to talk about all of them.

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