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Images of America: Syracuse Onondaga Historical Association

Images of America: Syracuse Onondaga Historical Association. With Syracuse, readers can explore the architecture, lifestyles, landscapes, and transportation modes of this city from before the Civil War to the mid-1970s. Other intriguing discoveries include a series of views showcasing the lost mansions of James Street, images of the main line New York Central Railroad tracks that ran through the middle of downtown for one hundred years, and scenes of the former salt manufacturing industry which once defined Syracuse as it is still known today-"The Salt City." Over 200 photographs in this many have never been published before, have been drawn exclusive photograph archives maintained by the Onondaga Historical Association (OHA). Operating both as a public museum and research center, OHA serves as Syracuse and Onondaga County's primary historical agency.