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Name St. Lawrence County

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Image of Rossie Lead Vein - Print

Rossie Lead Vein - Print

Lithograph, black and white, hand colored: Depicts two men in the foreground talking. In the background there is a man walking up a hill. A few trees are scattered throughout the picture.

Image of [Raquette River] - Drawing

[Raquette River] - Drawing

Page from Rev. Frederick B. Allen Sketchbook #1; pencil sketch of a boat heading towards a forested shore.

Image of Untitled: Ab [albert] Thompson's Cabin On Silver Lake - Painting

Untitled: Ab [albert] Thompson's Cabin On Silver Lake - Painting

Depicts a log cabin with the door open and two windows, a small overhang offers shade to the entrance way. Smoke is coming from the chimney. The house is set in a clearing, but at the edge of a forest. Frederic Remington, born in Canton, New York, first camped at Cranberry Lake in the Western Adirondacks in his teens and continued to visit there every summer until 1899. Albert Thompson, the owner of the log cabin depicted in Remington's oil, was reported to be Cranberry Lake's earliest settler in 1884. He built a one-room log cabin on the shore of nearby Silver Lake in that year. The cabin was a year-round residence for Thompson, his wife and six children until 1898 when he built a two-st

Image of St. Lawrence Co. Line.  Decaying Condition of Marked Trees. - Print

St. Lawrence Co. Line. Decaying Condition of Marked Trees. - Print

Lithograph, black and white with buff tint: depicts a man aiming a rifle at a leaping deer in the woods. In the foreground, decaying trees at varying levels of decay. Lithograph found in, "Report on a topographical survey of the Adirondack wilderness of New York" 1874, Plate 13

Image of [Untitled: Grasse River Club House] - Print

[Untitled: Grasse River Club House] - Print

Wood Engraving, black and white: View of a log cabin set in the woods.

Image of Star Lake - Fungus Art

Star Lake - Fungus Art

A shelf fungus that has been painted with a landscape showing a boat in the foreground with two boathouses in the background.

Image of Cranberry Pond - Drawing

Cranberry Pond - Drawing

Drawing, pencil sketch: depicts pond with tree lined edges. Mountains in the background. Removed from Sketchbook #24, 1894

Image of Breaking Up Camp/the Racquette [sic] River At the End of Sweeny Carry - Painting

Breaking Up Camp/the Racquette [sic] River At the End of Sweeny Carry - Painting

Depicts four men with two guideboats readying to cast off from the shore. Near the closer two is a pile of supplies for the excursion including rifles and cooking equipment. In the background is a forest which continues to the far shore of the lake. From exhibition label: During the last quarter of the nineteenth century and the first of the twentieth, A. B. Frost achieved enormous fame as an illustrator and an artist of sporting scenes. He illustrated the stories of distinguished writers like Lewis Carroll, Mark Twain, Charles Dickens, and Theodore Roosevelt in books and magazines. He is best known for his creation of Br'er Rabbit and Uncle Remus for Joel Chandler Harris' tales of Un

Image of Racquet River. "Adirondacks." - Print

Racquet River. "Adirondacks." - Print

Lithograph, color: scene of fly fisherman standing on rock in river; five fish and creel on the bank to the right under a tree. Waterfall in center receding into forested mountains.

Image of Quebec Brook/Madawasca Pond Mandala - Painting

Quebec Brook/Madawasca Pond Mandala - Painting

Depicts a circle in the center with a box around it. Inside the circle is a lake with rocks and a forest on the far shore. Outside of the box is another circle with a diamond around that. The outer edge is a rectangle depicting a lake on the top and bottom with the blue water of the lake vanishing into the sky of the lower scene.

Image of Two Young Girls Hide from Camera - Postcard

Two Young Girls Hide from Camera - Postcard

Cyanotype print postcard. Two girls shielding their faces from the camera.

[Documents concerning zinc mines at Balmat and Edwards] - St. Joseph Lead Company

Miscellaneous materials collected by C.M. Grout related to the history of mining in St. Lawrence County, N.Y. Includes publications, newspaper clippings, handwritten notes, and photocopies of records of employees living in company-owned dwellings of the St. Joseph Lead Company.

Adirondacks [transcript of diary] - Cross, John A.

Photocopied transcript of diary authored by a group of men. The diary describes the men's activities from September 11-21, 1865. The men briefly describe their travel from Mt. Kisco, New York, by train to Burlington, Vermont, and describe in detail their travels, hunting, fishing, and camping activities from Keeseville to the Tupper Lake area.

Camp Cutting log [photocopy] - Cutting, Frank A.

Photocopy of a log book for Camp Cutting, the Adirondack vacation home of the Cutting family of Winchester, Massachusetts. Log book covers the years 1900-1945 (bulk 1900-1917) and includes guest book signatures and diary entries by members of the Cutting family and their guests. Entries include information about arrivals, weather, and daily activities, and occasionally include verses.

A fishing trip to Fishpole Pond - McCoy, [unknown]

Narrative describing a fishing trip to Fishpole Pond in Saint Lawrence County. Author is McCoy, first name unknown.

Lake Ozonia [Frederick Heath][photocopies] -

1 folder of photocopied materials pertaining to the history of Fernwood Hall, a hotel on Lake Ozonia owned and operated by Frederick M. Heath. Materials include newspaper clippings, brochures, correspondence, and a typescript of the history of Fernwood Hall. The folder also includes biographical material about Frederic M. Heath.

Cranberry Lake - L. P. Plumley

b&w : 14" x 16", scale: 6" = 4 mi.

Image of Hitchins Park St. Lawrence and Hamilton Counties -

Hitchins Park St. Lawrence and Hamilton Counties -

Show Hitchins Camp & Long Pond Camp on A.A. Low estate., Photograph ; 13 1/8 x 30, scale: 2 1/4" = 1mi

Image of Hitchins Park St. Lawrence & Hamilton Counties, New York -

Hitchins Park St. Lawrence & Hamilton Counties, New York -

Scale 1 1/8" = 10 mi., b&w ; 55 1/4" x 19 1/2"