Statue of Liberty
Stoddard and his cameras ventured beyond the Adirondacks, a fact often overlooked amidst his thousands of inspiring images
of the region. Some of his most technologically challenging photographs were taken in New York City. The Statue of Liberty was an obvious interest, simply from being at the very southern end of the river that linked to the Adirondack High Peaks. Also, his 1890 images were taken and marketed only a few years after the Statue’s dedication. His cameras took him well beyond here, throughout the United States and Europe.