The next two of George Potter's photographs from around 1896-1898 may also be from Findley Lake, NY. Unfortunately, they are not captioned.
Findley Lake was created when a mill dam raised water levels enough to link two smaller, natural lakes. The dam is the starting point of one of the branches of French Creek, near where George Potter was born in 1875. French Creek is part of the Allegheny River watershed. This could be a different mill dam on a different part of the watershed, but the people in the background seem rather well-dressed; even the kids appear to have ties.