Images Cleared For Use

The following images have been approved for use by journalists and other publications. Please include all information related to the image when using. All other rights are retained by the individual image owner.

Higher resolution images are available on request. Contact Tim Kershner for details.

Summit of Mount Washington in the White Mountains, Ferdinand Richardt, 1857, Oil on canvas, 26 1/2 x 38 1/4 inches, Private collection
Flume Above the Boulder Franconia, Kilburn Brothers, date unknown, Stereoview card image, Museum of the White Mountains Dan Noel Collection  
Wood Train Mount Washington Railroad, Kilburn Brothers, Date unknown, Stereoview card image, Museum of the White Mountains Dan Noel Collection  
Summit of Mount Washington, B. G. Stone and Sebatier, 1858, Colored print, Private collection  
Morning Mist Rising, Thomas Cole, 1830, Oil on canvas, 15 1/8 x 22 1/8 inches, Private collection  
Franconia Notch, Samuel L. Gerry, Date unknown, Oil on canvas, 24 x 43 inches, Private collection  
At the White Mountains, printed by Frederick Gleason, c. 1875, Chromolithograph, Courtesy of the New Hampshire Historical Society  
Glen House Galop, G. D. Russell and Company, 1868, Sheet music, Private collection  

 

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