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Portal Cascade.

Rainbow falls & Triple cascade.

"Silver cascade," near St. Anthony.

View of the cascade 125 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Hermit's Cascade, winter.

Beecher's Cascade, White Mountains, N.H.

Crystal Cascade, White Mts., N.H.

Entrance cascade, Watkins Glen.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Silver Cascade.

Cascade below the Flume, Franconia.

Cascade of the Alhambra.

Fairies Cascade, lower view.

Fairies Cascade, central view.

Crystal Cascade, American.

The cascade.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

"Silver cascade," near St. Anthony.

Cascade near Terrapin Tower.

Cavern cascade.

High falls and cascade, at Birmingham, east side.

Cascade of the Alhambra.

Lower cascade, Dresden.

Cascade at Morrisville, Vermont.

Chain Cascade, Little Yosemite Valley.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen.

Silver Cascade, (near view), White Mountain Notch.

Cascade below the Flume, Franconia.

Terrace Cascade in the Kauterskill Gorge.

Beebe's Cascade, Campton, N.H.

Cascade of the Alhambra, or Fourth Fall.

Crystal Cascade, White Mountains.

Reflections near Cascade Bridge.

The cascade of St. Anthony, from below.

Entrance cascade, Watkins Glen.

Cascade at the pond.

The cascade of St. Anthony, from below.

5th cascade, Bear Canon [Canyon], on the U.S. Signal Trail to Pike's Peak.

Cavern cascade.

Deer Park cascade, Animas Canon [Canyon].

The Pictured Rocks, "Wreck Cliff" and cascade.

Crystal Cascade.

Portal cascade, Watkins Glen.

Hermit's Cascade.

Beebe's Cascade, Campton, N.H.

Silver Cascade, (near view), White Mountain Notch.

Cascade at High Rocks, Kauterskill Clove.

The Cascade, from Cascade Bridge.

Cavern cascade and long staircase, [Glen] Alpha.

Flume Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

Crystal Cascade, American.

Cavern cascade and long staircase, [Glen] Alpha.

Cascadilla cascade, Ithaca, N.Y.

Niagara - The Hermit's Cascade.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen.

[Cavern cascade, Watkins Glen.]

Cascade below Grotto Bridge.

Cascade in Kauterskill Clove, near Haines Fall.

The Papoose Cascade, from Goat Island.

Crystal Cascade, Catskill Mountains.

Hermit's Cascade, winter.

Reflections near Cascade Bridge.

The cascade of St. Anthony, from below.

Terrace Cascade in the Kauterskill Gorge.

Curtain Cascade, Havana Glen.

Cavern cascade and Long stairs, Watkins Glen.

View of the cascade 200 feet high, 1-4 mile up the creek, to the right of the mouth of tunnel at east end.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

The cascade, Central Park.

Rainbow Falls and triple cascade.

Entrance cascade, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Bastion Fall and Terrace Cascade, Kauterskill Glen.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Silver Cascade.

Walker's Cascade, Franconia Mountains.

The cascade, Pikes Peak Trail.

The Binnen Bridge and Cascade, Prospect Park, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Cascade near Terrapin Tower.

Cavern cascade and long stairs, Watkins Glen.

Mt. Willard, from Silver Cascade.

Walker's Cascade, Franconia Mountains.

Hermit's Cascade, winter.

Central cascade.

[Cascade on the St. Croix.]

Silver cascade.

Hermit's Cascade, Winter, Niagara N.Y.

Cascade under the mill, south of the bridge.

The cascade.

Silver cascade.

Cavern cascade.

Terrace Cascade in the Kauterskill Gorge.

Rapids and Bridge from Cascade House, Luzerne, N.Y.

Rainbow falls and Triple cascade, Watkins Glen, N.Y.

Silver Cascade, White Mountain Notch.

Green Leaf cascade, above the Basin.

Cavers Cascade.

Silver cascade.

Hermit's Cascade.

Portion of the Alhambra, with cascade in the distance.

Silver cascade.

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