Cooperstown After the Fire of 1862

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Cooperstown After the Fire of 1862
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Identifier: 
N0035.1986(080)
Description: 
A view of the devastation of the fire of 1862 on Cooperstown, and the buildings still remaining in the background. The fire started April 10 in a cabinet shop about halfway between Chestnut and Pioneer on the north side of what is now known as Main Street. By the time the fire was put out 57 building were gone — 12 stores, four hotels, the saloon, two houses and 38 outbuildings.
Physical dimensions: 
width 3.375 in ; length 7 in
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