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Collection Richard Linke Collection of Adirondacks Re-Viewed Photographs [graphic]
Catalog Number 1977.119.0001-0999
Call Number P038457-P040746
Object Name Photograph Collection
Creator Linke, Richard J.
Date between 1973 and 1974
Extent of Description 1,000 photographs : gelatin silver prints ; black and white
Scope & Content Project commissioned by the Adirondack Museum to have Richard Linke photograph historic and significant sites in the Adirondack Park from 1973 to 1974. These sites include both man-made and natural areas that played significant roles in the exploration of the park from 1820 to 1900. The subjects of these photographs include nature preserves, special interest scenic and geological areas, historic areas and structures, and historic routes and trails.

Copyrights Fair use copy permitted for research, study, or investigational purposes. Permission to publish, quote, or reproduce must be secured from the copyright holder, Richard Linke, and the Adirondack Museum.

Cite as: Richard Linke Collection of Adirondacks Re-Viewed Photographs, Adirondack Museum, Blue Mountain Lake, NY
Notes Collection title devised by cataloger based on the photographer's name and subject material.

Part of: Living with Wilderness: Enhancing Access to the AM Historic Photograph Collection (Council on Library and Information Resources Grant, 2015-2017)

Subjects Photographs
Historic sites
Lakes & ponds
Rivers
Mountains
Hotels
Houses
Waterfalls
Trails & paths
Roads
Railroads
Bridges
Camps
Great camps
Schools
Churches
Mines
Factories
Battlefields
Forts & fortifications
Mills
Stores & shops
Rustic architecture
Court houses
Houses
Monuments & memorials
Lodges
Islands
Historical markers
Clubs
Cable railroads
Dams
Fire lookout stations
Post offices
Furnaces
Ghost towns
Lighthouses
Prisons
Museums
Castles & palaces
Notes on Related Objects Related manuscript items: site survey indexes, data sheets with brief descriptions, geographical listings of sites on U.S. Geological Survey maps, maps of site locations (MS 75-22), Adirondack Museum Library.