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  • 1. Adirondack Photography of John S. Apperson, Jr. Chapter One: a collection of color photographs Acknowledging special thanks to: • the Adirondack Research Library Facebook page • Bill Healy, former volunteer at the ARL, who loaded hundreds of Apperson’s photos onto Facebook• Union College, current owners and stewards of the Paul Schaefer Library and the Apperson collection • “Apperson Associates” who devoted so many long hours to the preservation and care of the letters, photographs, and films.
  • 2. Mrs. Christies Pool - a small bay (I-20)
  • 3. August, 1943 (I-46)
  • 4. From the Narrows looking south (I-21)
  • 5. Black Mountain from the point at Appersons camp (I-18)
  • 6. From Sabbath Day Point (I-11)
  • 7. Telephoto shot from Sabbath Day Point (I-13)
  • 8. Black Mt., Elephant Mt. from near Paradise Bay (I-22)
  • 9. Lady Slippers, Huddle Bay, 1955 (I-38)
  • 10. Black Mountain (I-7)
  • 11. The Narrows from Shelving Rock (I-3)
  • 12. North from Shelving Rock (I-4)
  • 13. The Narrows from Shelving Rock (I-6)
  • 14. From Deer Leap. Mrs. Christie nearest the camera (I-8)
  • 15. Rainbow over Sleeping Beauty Mountain (I-53)
  • 16. From Sabbath Day Pt. (I-56)
  • 17. Looking East from Commission Isle (I-55)
  • 18. Fork Island, 5-30-43. USGS gauge 3.93. P.S. Miller taking measurements
  • 19. Pudding Island
  • 20. Unidentified. Many of Appersons island photos were taken to show thedestruction caused by fluctuating water levels on the lake.
  • 21. Unidentified. Many of Appersons island photos were taken to show thedestruction caused by fluctuating water levels on the lake. He did not like the damat the foot of the lake.
  • 22. Unidentified. Measurements being taken.
  • 23. Phenita Island, 7-11-43
  • 24. Ship Island, looking south. 5-9-43
  • 25. Trees raised up by fluctuating water levels on Hewlet Island
  • 26. Boquet Island, 5-9-43
  • 27. Unnamed island, 5-30-43
  • 28. Dome Island from Tongue Mountain (I-50)
  • 29. Rainbow (I-48)
  • 30. Mushrooms, Knapp Estate, east shore of Lake George, 1941 (I-42)
  • 31. Lake George flowers, Knapp Estate, May 1945 (I-43)
  • 32. Elephant Mt. (I-49)
  • 33. Skate Sailing (I-58)
  • 34. Skate Sailing (I-59)
  • 35. Skate Sailing (I-60)
  • 36. Lake George from above the Knapp Estate at Shelving Rock (I-25)
  • 37. Lake George and Sleeping Beauty from the JSA camp (I-27)
  • 38. Winter scene from the JSA camp (I-28)
  • 39. Black Mountain (I-30)
  • 40. Lake George sunrise from Appersons camp (I-32)
  • 41. From Sabbath Day Point (I-35)
  • 42. From JSA camp (I-34)
  • 43. The Narrows from Shelving Rock (I-5)
  • 44. Lady Slippers at camp (I-40)
  • 45. JSAs wild Aquilegia (Columbine) (I-41)
  • 46. Indian Kettles, Fork Island, May 9, 1943 (I-44)
  • 47. Water is chocolate-colored from soil erosion due to high water levels, LakeGeorge Islands (I-45)
  • 48. From Deer Leap? (I-47)
  • 49. Amphitheater Bay ? (I-36)
  • 50. Cloud blanket on Black Mt. and Tongue Mt., 7/41. Photo by P. Ham (I-24)
  • 51. The Narrows from Shelving Rock (I-2)

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