Spencer, Spence [editor]. The Scenery of Ithaca and the Head Waters of the Cayuga Lake, as portrayed by different writers; and edited by the Publisher. Ithaca, N. Y.: Spence Spencer, 1866. First Edition. 
Purple cloth that is now very faded, front with finger smudges/stains, title in gilt to front. 6 3/4 x 4 3/4 inches, binding with fraying at the spine ends, tight. Frontispiece & 16 additional full-page wood engravings, several smaller text engravings. 150 (3) clean pp., tight. Good. Hardcover.
Dedicated to the Hon. Ezra Cornell.
A descriptive guide to the scenery of Ithaca, New York, with some town history and an account of Cornell University. Includes information on local businesses, the fireman's monument, Cornell Library, &c.
The descriptions are by several different authors, and cover the falls of Taghkanic, Lucifer, Fall-Creek, Buttermilk, Lick-Brook, Cascadilla Creek, Cayuga Lake, &c.