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Item Details
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Title
Guggenheim Camp
Exterior
Work Type
dwellings
Date
Ca. late 1920s
Location
1468 Forest Home Road
Saranac Lake, Franklin, New York, United States
Description
This camp avoids many of the rustic conceits common to large camps of earlier decades. Unassuming from the exterior, the main lodge contains a vast, two-story hall, fronted by a low, screened porch. The entry gateposts, an unusual appendage for Adirondack camps, were likely inspired by the ones William L. Coulter designed for Knollwood, a grand, four-family compound farther down the road.
Source
Contributor: Richard W Longstreth
Information: Richard Longstreth, A Guide to Architecture in the Adirondacks (Keeseville, NY: Adirondacks Architectural Heritage, 2017) Section 9: North-Central Lakes SL43
Photographer: Richard W. Longstreth
Rights
Richard W. Longstreth
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License
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File Properties
File Name
DSC_0227.jpg
SSID
21020449

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