Adirondack Life magazine’s “At Home in the Adirondack’s” issue features a 10-page article showcasing Carrie Marie Burr’s photographs of three historic Huletts houses with a narrative by editor Annie Stoltie based on interviews with the homeowners. Featured are Lucy White’s 1882 “Seven Pines”, Marian and David Knight’s 1874 “Craigdarroch,” and Peter Suozzo’s 1917 “Ferncliff.” It is on news stands now.
The story also highlights our larger effort, capturing images for the Historic Camps of Huletts Landing Project on which FHHL and Carrie Marie Burr are working. The objective is to document as many of the older Huletts camps and their features, quaint and grand, as we can before they are changed from today’s state. If you have a camp, large or small, particularly if it is soon to be changed drastically, please contact Carrie Burr (499-0801) or Jim McMaster (499-0331) to include it in the project. The project has so far photographed 10 camps. We think as many as 30 or 40 may be included over the next few years. We expect some more of the photographs will be featured in FHHL activities next summer.
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