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This image of The Pool was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using John B. Batchelder's 1876 Popular Resorts, and How to Reach…

This image of The Pool was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using Moses F. Sweetser's 1876The White Mountains: A Handbook for…

This image of The Pool was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using John H. Spaulding's 1858Historical Relics of the White Mountains: Also, a Conscise…

This image of The Pool was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using Benjamin G. Willey's 1856Incidents in White Mountain…

This image of Eagle Cliff was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using John H. Spaulding's 1858Historical Relics of the White Mountains: Also, a…

This image of Eagle Cliff was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using Thomas Starr King's 1859 The White Hills: Their Legends, Landscape and…

This image of Eagle Cliff was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using Samuel C. Eastman's 1865 White Mountain Guide Book. Nineteenth-century…

This image of Eagle Cliff was taken for the MWM by Lauren Plummer. The contemporary image was put into historical context by MWM scholar, Dr. Marcia Schmidt Blaine, using M. F. Sweetser's1876 The White Mountains: A Handbook for…

The inspiration for this image was from two paintings featured in the MWM's opening exhibition, Passing Through: The Allure of the White Mountains. The painting is:

Mount Lafayette from Franconia New Hampshire, David Johnson, 1874, Oil on canvas,…

While travel through Franconia Notch is visually spectacular, adventures along the trails of Franconia Ridge is altogether stunning. The rocky ascents, the peaks situated majestically above treeline, the vistas from the ridge between Flume and…