|Title||Old George Perry|
|Object Name||Print, Gelatin Silver|
Gelatin silver print, black and white; rough lean to with front enclosed, skins and creel hanging from structure. Man holding a rifle stands in front.
Captioned below, "Old George Perry better known as Indian George and his camp three miles west of Fulton Chain Station in Herkimer County. Moccasin Foot as he is sometimes called can drink more whiskey than any other man I have ever seen. I have stayed in worse places that his camp but I have never been in a dirtier one."
|Collection||Historic Photo Collection|
|Notes||Photo Album was owned by Robert Gillespie. He and Harvey Dunham owned Camp Segoolie, the album is a record of their camping and hunting trips in the Stillwater area with photos and text.|