This intricate exercise in rustic work is repeated at Camp Knollwood and other Saranac Lake camps , and in rustic ... Kamp Kill Kare BASIC TO THE character of the Great Camps , as Anthony Garvan points out , is the sense of the ...
Author: Harvey H. Kaiser
Publisher: David R. Godine Publisher
An illustrated survey of the innovative, wood-and-stone camp buildings found deep in the woods of the Adirondack region examines in detail the magnificent country homes of the Vanderbilts, Morgans, and Whitneys
A variety of the author's original photographs assist in documenting this accounting."This is a rare Adirondack history book and is more than an enjoyable read. This is a book you will turn to time and again" William J. O'Hern.
Author: Roy Wires
This book is written about the Wires family who lived year round for ten years at Kamp Kill Kare, one of the few remaining Adirondack Great Camps. It relates how they dealt with living back in the deep woods and how they adapted to the changing seasonal environment. The stories of deer and other wildlife will heighten your appreciation for the Adirondack Mountains. A first hand perspective brings a never before seen overview of Kamp Kill Kare and the surrounding wilderness. A variety of the author's original photographs assist in documenting this accounting."This is a rare Adirondack history book and is more than an enjoyable read. This is a book you will turn to time and again" William J. O'Hern.....Adirondack Books
The daily business sessions were held in a large rustic club house called “ Kill Kare Kabin , " on an island in 20 ... on the second day in camp , to the appropriate tune of " Comrades " : " Kill Kare , Kill Kare , far from the madding ...
By C. C. Hiscoe ” Kamp Kill Kare during reconstruction and expansion Farm buildings , Kamp Kill Kare Farm building , Kamp Kill Kare Sketch showing proposed alterations at Kamp Kill Kare Living room of lodge ( “ Casino ” ) , Kamp Kill ...
Author: Craig A. Gilborn
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
A comprehensive social and architectural history of camps in the Adirondacks, from primitive bark shanties and cabins of trappers, loggers and guides to the great camps where the rich played at roughing it in the company of servants and personal guides.
The millionaire offers anything of suggestion to ect , subordinate to the landscape , which private park which affords a setting for the architects and builders of moderate must necessarily be the most valuable asset Kamp Kill Kare ...
Kamp Kill Kare Lake Kora; 43.74782°, −74.59365° Date: c. 1897–1920s Architect: John Russell Pope, New York, NY, with Warren & Clark, Utica, NY (1915–early 1920s rebuilding and expansion) Interior Designer: Charles Hiscoe (“tree” ...
Author: Janet A. Null
Publisher: SUNY Press
Explores the architectural treasures of the Southern-Central region of New York’s Adirondack Park and places them in the context of Adirondack history and culture. The Adirondack Architecture Guide, Southern-Central Region provides a professional and insightful survey of the built environment of a unique area within New York’s Adirondack Park. This book is the first field guide to the architecture of the Park, revealing the ordinary and the extraordinary, the remarkable buildings by prominent designers, as well as the hidden, unexpected gems few know exist. Based on more than seven thousand miles of fieldwork and years of research, the guide comprises more than seven hundred sites traversing the geographic range, socioeconomic strata, and historical span of the region from the late 1700s to the present. Organized according to clearly marked travel routes and fourteen tours on the ground and on the water, it features detailed maps and coordinates for each site, along with many beautiful photographs. Also included are eleven companion essays drawing on the expertise of professionals, local historians, and Adirondack residents that delve into the what, where, and why people built in the Adirondacks. “In The Adirondack Architecture Guide, beloved landmarks share the pages with little-known architectural gems through a series of curated tours. Each one tracks the history and development of the Southern-Central Adirondacks through its fascinating buildings, bridges, and byways. From first-time visitors to longtime residents, readers will find it packed with information designed to make the most of a side trip lasting a few hours or a weekend of exploring. This is a must-have source to guide your travels in one of the most beautiful and historic parts of New York, the Adirondack Park.” — Jay A. DiLorenzo, President, Preservation League of New York State “This remarkable book presents architecture, broadly defined to include all man-made structures, as the key to understanding the history and culture of a vast National Historic Landmark. We are introduced to the sublime Chestertown Church of the Good Shepherd, the delightful Custard’s Last Stand, the earnest Wakely Mountain Fire Tower, and the grand aspirations of the Mary Persons House. A detailed picture of two hundred years in a region of romantic wilderness, industry, tourism, and everyday life emerges to offer a compelling vision of a unique place. This guide is not only for architecture buffs and explorers. It is a model of historical research that presents an unbiased picture of the rich diversity of a fascinating region.” — Frances Halsband, Kliment Halsband Architects
Hathaway Point Road, a left off VT 36 after the bridge, takes you along St. Albans Bay's western edge to Kamp Kill Kare State Park (802-524-6021) on St. Albans Point. It's a day-use park with a great swimming beach and an interesting ...
Author: Christina Tree
Publisher: The Countryman Press
An all new guide to the scenic routes of Vermont Vermont is bigger than it looks. This may be one of the country’s smallest states but the more you drive here, the more beauty you uncover. While drives do include popular resort towns, the focus is on getting away from tourist hubs. This brand- new first edition suggests drives through covered bridges to high roads with unexpected vistas, to waterfalls and swimming holes, to crafts studios and farms selling their own eggs or cheese or even prize- winning beer. See the Green Mountains with peaks rising more than 4,000 feet in places, or take in the orchard- patched hillsides and riverbanks spread along the floor of the Lake Champlain Valley. With clear, curated, field- tested navigation, easy- to- read maps, beautiful photography, and recommendations for lodging, dining, and more, this guide will help you make the most of every mile of your journey in Vermont.
Kamp Kill Kare, located on an isolated private lake near Raquette Lake, was part of Durant's original holdings and is one of the finest examples of Great Camp architecture, with elaborate rustic furnishings, log beams, ...
Author: Janet Loughrey
Publisher: Down East Books
Garden photographer Janet Loughrey has covered the vast Adirondacks region to document how people have overcome the area's challenging mountain climate to create beautiful gardens for the past 150 years. Her profiles of contemporary gardeners and landscapers and their creations are supplemented with fascinating historic photos of the lavish landscaping of famed Adirondack-style estates such as Nirvana and the Knapp Estate and grand old hotel resorts such as Scaroon Manor and Sagamore.
Detail , cottage at Kamp Kill Kare . Best remembered for his monumental National Gallery in Washington , D.C. , Pope could be informal and almost Californian in spirit , as in this estate in the Adirondacks for Francis P. Garvan , Alien ...
Author: Wayne Andrews
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
In the many photographs magnificently reproduced in this collection, Andrews has captured the incredible range of the architecture of New York State, from Manhattan Island to Chautauqua County. Something of the scope of this work is indicated by the fact that A. J. Davis, Richard Upjohn, James Renwick, Richard M. Hunt, Henry Hardenbergh, Daniel Burnham, Carrere & Hastings, Cass Gilbert, John Russell Pope, Louis Sullivan, Frank Lloyd Wright, Mies van der Rohe, Philip Johnson, Marcel Breuer, Eliel Saarincn, and Paul Rudolph are among the architects whose works are illustrated.
It became a country club in the early 1900s and eventually Kamp Kill Kare , a summer camp for boys . Today it is the base for the Kill Kare State Park . Located on the southern end of Hathaway Point , Kamp Kill Kare , a camp for young ...
Author: L. Louise Haynes
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Many years after Jesse Welden became the first permanent settler in St. Albans, the town was the site of the northernmost raid by Confederate Civil War soldiers in 1864. St. Albans went on to earn fame as the "Railroad City." Over the years, the commercial base in St. Albans grew, many churches and schools were founded, and there was a sharp increase in population. Because of these many changes, St. Albans transformed from an agricultural community dependent upon Lake Champlain for transportation to the seat of Franklin County.