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Spotlight on the Museum Collection – 1819-1919: One Hundred Years on Mount Washington

Explore a selection of stereographs, souvenirs, photographs, books, and ephemera from the permanent collection at the Museum of the White Mountains. Learn how early tourists ascended Mount Washington: from the Crawford Path – celebrating its bicentennial this year – to bridle paths, the Carriage/ Auto Road, and the Cog Railway. Also, learn about the summit buildings, including the Summit House and Tip-Top House that operated on Mount Washington in the early days of White Mountain tourism.

To learn more about the Museum’s permanent collection, click here.