[Hudson River steamer "Mary Powell".]
"Mary Powell" The Queen of the Hudson in Cornwall Bay
Steamer New York opposite West Point, rounding Constitution Island
Peoples' Evening Line Hudson River. The Palace Steamers of the World, Drew and Dean Richmond.
Steamer Robert Fulton, Passing the Palisades of the Hudson.
The Palisades of the Hudson River.
New York and Albany People's Line Steam Boats
Hudson River Day Line Steamer Leaving Wharf and Poughkeepsie Bridge.
The New "Washington Irving," Finest and Fastest Inland Steamer in the World. License 6,000 Passengers.
Hudson River Day Line Steamer. "Albany."
Steamer "Alexander Hamilton" of the Hudson River Day Line
Steamer New York, Along the Palisades
Steamboat Robert Fulton Hudson River 1909
The River, Looking North, Between Storm King and Breakneck Mountain.
[The Queen Mary at Pier 91.]
On August 17, 1808, the first steamboat, Rob't Fulton's "Clermont" started its famous trip up the Hudson River, and on Aug. 19th, arrived at Albany.
The Grandest Palace Drawing Room Steamers in the World.