|Collection||Nehasane Park Photograph Collection [graphic]|
|Object Name||Photograph Collection|
|Creator||Marr, Thomas E.|
|Year Range from||1900|
|Year Range to||1900|
|Extent of Description||61 photographs : gelatin silver prints, black and white|
|Scope & Content||Photographs of what was once Nehasane Park on Lake Lila in the Adirondacks. The park was created by William Seward Webb and covered 115,000 acres which included the Adirondack Railway. The focus of the park was the great camp Nehasane, with the main buiIding being the Forest Lodge. All buildings at the camp were designed by architect Robert Robertson. Images are of Webb and his family, pets, the lodge and cabins, and the surrounding lakes and land.|
Lakes & ponds
Game bird hunting
Fair use copy permitted for research, study, or investigational purposes citing the Adirondack Museum. Any other use requires written permission.
Cite as: Nehasane Park Photograph Collection, Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Collection title devised by cataloger based on subject material.
Part of: Living with Wilderness: Enhancing Access to the AM Historic Photograph Collection (Council on Library and Information Resources Grant, 2015-2017)
Webb, William Seward
Webb, Frederica Vanderbilt
Webb, William Seward, Jr.
Trudeau, Elliot, Jr.
Webb, Vanderbilt, 1891-1956