Waterfall postcards Set #1
Courtesy of Steve Young Collections
There are several falls along the Slippery Rock Creek. Which actual one this is or where it is located is unknown.
Little Seneca River-Casconchiagon
Great and Lower Cataract
https://www.crookedlakereview.com/articles/101_135/132summer2004/132shilling1.html Geneseo, another village gem in Genesee Country, dates back to the Treaty of Big Tree in 1797. The village’s Iroquois name translates as “pleasant or beautiful valley.” On a 1768 map the Genesee River is labeled “Casconchiagon” or Little Seneca River. However, it may also have been derived from “Ge-nish-a-au” (a clear and shining place), which the early white settlers translated into “Genesee.”
Inscription content: Lettered with title and “Perpendicular height of the Fall 75 feet”. With “Morris sculpsit / Drawn on the spot by Thos Davies Capt. Lieut. of the Royal Regt. of Artillery”
Based upon resources, I personally believe these maybe the Lower and or Middle falls of the Genesee in Rochester.
Twin Falls “Glen Cascades”
The only resource that is a possibility is the Glen Cascades in Warren County.
Martin Brook Falls
Place: Potuck Reservoir State: New York Latitude: 42.3327200 Longitude: -73.9193700
Silver Cascade, Elizabethtown
https://www.ebay.com/itm/373515100480, Adirondack Mountains New York Silver Cascade Elizabeth 1911 Postcard 21-2787
St. Lawrence County
Sliding Falls (at Nunn’s) Cranberry Lake
“The Basin” Montour Falls
Possible same location as Little Basin Falls which is located on private property
Ensenore Glen Upper Falls, located on private property