Niagara Falls: A Reminder That Tourism is Nothing New

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You know when you visit a popular tourist attraction and you see hundreds of people taking photos of the same thing? Well, turns out I’m one of them.

Above is a photo I found in McCord Museum’s Notman archives from 1907. Below, a photo I took at the same spot in August 2003.

Photo credit: Nadine Korte

Photo credit: Nadine Korte

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