|Name||Stoddard, Seneca Ray|
|Other names||S. R. Stoddard|
|Dates & places of birth and death||
Born, May 13, 1843; Wilton, NY
Died, April 26, 1917; Glens Falls, NY
|Notes||Seneca Ray Stoddard was an American photographer known for his photographs of New York's Adirondack landscapes, residents, and visitors. His work covers the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. He was also a naturalist, a writer, a poet, an artist, and a cartographer. His writings and photographs helped to popularize the Adirondacks.|
|Publications||The Adirondacks: Illustrated, published 1873|
Wife, Helen Potter (died, 1906)
Wife, Emily Doty
|Places of residence||
Glens Falls, NY
Image showing two full stage coaches leaving large hotel with square cupola at roof center. People on two of the hotel's three porches, some waving handkerchiefs.
Men riding a boat through rapids of the Ausable Chasm.