|Collection||John Champney Photograph Collection [graphic]|
|Object Name||Photograph Collection|
|Date||between 1890 and 1920|
|Year Range from||1890|
|Year Range to||1920|
|Extent of Description||16 photographs : gelatin silver prints, black and white|
|Scope & Content||Photographs given by Hilda Champney that feature various Adirondack locations and her father, John H. Champney. John Champney was an Adirondack "stickman" who made rustic furniture in the early 1900s. He lived in the hamlet of Moody near Tupper Lake, and was a caretaker and guide for John Sprague at his camp near Moody from 1912 to 1917.|
Lakes & ponds
Fair use copy permitted for research, study, or investigational purposes citing the Adirondack Museum. Any other use requires written permission.
Cite as: John Champney 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)
Champney, John H.
Knapp, Fred C.