The Howland Brothers at their hunting camp in Cranberry Lake
The Howland Brothers were well known Cranberry Lake hunting and fishing guides in the late 1800s. In this photo they are posed on the porch of their camp on Cranberry Lake, with two women and a girl. Note that the camp was built using Adirondack style vertical log siding. Circa 1910. Cranberry Lake, NY.
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