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Letchworth State Park, Glen Iris Overview 1
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Letchworth State Park was originally the estate of William Letchworth, one of the owners of Pratt & Letchworth, a Buffalo ironworks company specializing in saddlery hardware. In 1859, Letchworth purchased land along the Genesee River, which included the spectacular falls. The 1000-acre property was donated to the people of the State of New York in 1906. Today, the Glen Iris Inn, Letchworth’s former home, is a restaurant.

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