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Crew on the steamer Adirondack on Lake Champlain

Crew on the steamer Adirondack on Lake Champlain

Crewmembers on the deck of the steamer Adirondack, which was built in 1867 and owned by the Champlain Transportation Company. They are waiting for the train to bring new passengers. Circa 1877. On Lake Champlain, between Plattsburgh and Port Henry. Photo by Seneca Ray Stoddard. Courtesy of the Chapman Museum.

Guides with their boats in Keene Valley

Guides with their boats in Keene Valley

Three guides leading a fishing expedition. Original caption reads: “Three guides and three guided.” Circa 1880- 1890. Keene Valley, NY. Photo by G.W. Baldwin. Courtesy of the Keene Valley Library Archives.

Guides with dogs and deer in a guideboat in Paul Smiths

Guides with dogs and deer in a guideboat in Paul Smiths

Photograph of Paul Smith’s Hotel guides in a heavily laden Adirondack guideboat. A deer can be seen in the boat with the men, multiple dogs are also in the boat. One of the guides has a pack basket on his back. Circa 1900. Photograph by Charles Derby. Paul Smiths, NY. Courtesy of the Paul Smith’s […]

Men in front of the E.G. Ricketson Boat Building shop in Bloomingdale

Men in front of the E.G. Ricketson Boat Building shop in Bloomingdale

Photograph of Ebridge G. Ricketson (far right) and other men standing in front of the E.G. Ricketson Boat Building shop. Boats, oars, and other items can be seen leaning against the building. Circa 1890. Bloomingdale, NY (St. Armand). Courtesy of the Paul Smith’s College Joan Weill Adirondack Library Archives.

Two men in an Adirondack guideboat in Paul Smiths

Two men in an Adirondack guideboat in Paul Smiths

Two men in an Adirondack guide boat at Paul Smith’s Hotel. Note American flag hanging from the far end of the boat. Circa 1890. Paul Smiths, NY. Courtesy of the Paul Smith’s College Joan Weill Adirondack Library Archives.