Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Jas. W. Nagle, 1880. A Victorian tourist's guide to the lakes of central and western New York, notable for its over sixty (60) sweeping wood-engraved scenic views and maps of the region, most of which are half or full-page. The guide is broken into eight major sections, each focused on one of the following locations: Seneca Lake; Watkins Glen; the Coal Regions; Elmira and Cazenovia; Ithaca and Cayuga Lake; Lake Keuka; Canandaigua and its environs; Chautauqua Lake; and Buffalo. Railroads, local sanitariums, healing waters and springs, and various luxurious hotels and resorts are highlighted along the way. 8vo (9.75" by 6.5"), pp. 60, [12 pp. adverts], wrappers inclusive in pagination, sewn in original illustrated wrappers. OCLC -2 (Mar 2022). Some light dust soiling, wrappers chipped.