Black and white photograph of the front of Riverlore Mansion, a stately white home built in Cairo, Illinois in 1865 by a wealthy riverboat captain, who made his fortune on the two nearby rivers (the Ohio and Mississippi) that converge at Cairo. According to legend, the upper floor pilot's room was built to allow the captain to see the rivers from his home.
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Black and white photograph of the front of Riverlore Mansion, a stately white home built in Cairo, Illinois in 1865 by a wealthy riverboat captain, who made his fortune on the two nearby rivers (the Ohio and Mississippi) that converge at Cairo. According to legend, the upper floor pilot's room was built to allow the captain to see the rivers from his home. 

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  • Baryta coated with a glossy surface similar to darkroom fiber-based prints
  • Acid-free and lignin-free
  • Very best archival quality, tonal contrast, and surface beauty
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