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Horse atop Mt. Marcy used to bring up radio
 
Title: Horse atop Mt. Marcy used to bring up radio
Brief Description: Horse on summit of Mount Marcy
Date Original: 1937-08-05
Identifier: NYSL_SC19469_B4_F48_P1
Source: New York State Library, C. Howard Nash papers, SC19469, box 4, folder 48, page 1
Publisher: New York State Archives
Contributor:
Creator: Nash, C. Howard
Language: English
Description:

Horse standing on peak of Mount Marcy in the Adirondack Mountains. The horse was used to bring up radio equipment used in the special transmission related to the 100th anniversary of the first recorded assent of Mount Marcy. Photograph is part of a photo-diary created by Nash to record his numerous hikes in the region.

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IsFormatOf: Digital representation of photograph in New York State Library, C. Howard Nash papers, SC19469, box 4, folder 48, page 1

IsPartOf: New York State Library, C. Howard Nash papers, SC19469

IsPartOf: EHVRC

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Location:

Essex County (N.Y.)

Adirondack Mountains (N.Y.)

New York (State)

Time Period:

1930s

Collections:

Hikes in the Adirondack Mountain High Peaks region

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