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Hand-colored stereo card of Henry B.L. Smith at age 3 with a dog.

Studio portrait of three unidentified young men. It has previously been identified as the three Smith brothers, Paul Jr., Phelps, and Henry, but a caption on the back reads: "Harding, Henry, and Phelps Foquet (J. Haney)." It doest not bear a strong…

Photograph of Henry B.L. Smith with H. Hinds, a Paul Smith's Hotel stagecoach driver. Caption: "H.B.L. Smith with H. Hinds - Stage Driver, well known. Donaldson Vol. I p.331." Photographer's mark: "G.W. Baldwin, Keeseville, NY."

Photograph of Henry B.L. Smith at as a young man.

Paper silhouette of Henry B.L. Smith.

Photograph of a group of guides and sports posing with deer heads. Back row: 2. Henry Smith, 5. George Lyon, 7. John or Ed Roark; Seated: 2. Ben Muncil. Photograph by Charles Derby.

Photograph of Henry B.L. Smith seated at the center of a group of men. The man standing over his left shoulder is John Harding. Caption: "Seated: 2. Henry, Standing: 3. John Harding."

Photograph of Henry B.L. Smith, the eldest son of Paul and Lydia Martin Smith. Photograph by Charles Derby.

Photograph of Henry B.L. Smith in a wagon pulled by two Morgan horses.

Photograph of Henry B.L Smith with an unidentified group of young men and women. Henry is seated second from left in the first row. Caption: "Paul Smith's, Aug. 17th, 1890."

Photograph of Henry Smith's dog sitting in a chair. Photograph by Baldwin. Caption: "Henry's dog."

Studio portrait of Henry B.L. Smith by Christie R. Fay. Photographer's mark: "Christie R. Fay, photographic art studio, West Side, Malone, NY. Duplicates or enlargements can be furnished from this negative, Fine crayons a specialty."

Hand-colored photograph of a young man in an unidentified military uniform. Was originally identified as Henry B.L. Smith but the resemblance is not clear. Caption: "Dear Pauly, from Henry." Photographer's mark: Pardee, Photographer, Streets B'D'G,…

Photograph of Paul Smith, Jr. and Henry B.L. Smith. Caption: "Sons of Apollos [Paul] Smith." Photographer's mark: G.W. Baldwin, No. 84 Margaret St., Plattsburg, NY

Photograph of guides at Paul Smith's Hotel on the dock in front of the boat house. The man in the center of the first row in the light-colored bowler is Henry B. L. Smith.
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