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Photo postcard of the village of Saranac Lake taken from above. Baker and McKenzie Mountains are visible in the background. Printed by C.C. Photo Shop, Saranac Lake.

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Photograph of the Paul Smith's College float in the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival from an unidentified year. The float features a model of the Spirit of St. Louis and reads, "Saranac Lake Has the Spirit."

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Color postcard of the village of Saranac Lake and Mt. Baker. Published by Santway Photo-Craft Company.

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Photograph of a Hockey Association float in the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival, 1967. Children in hockey gear ride on the float. The Hotel Berkley is visible behind the float.

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Photograph of a Paul Smith's College Winter Carnival float from an unidentified year. The float reads, "Our Goal - S.L. Fame from Pole to Pole."

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Photograph of the Paul Smith's College float in the 1965 Saranac Lake Winter Carnival parade. The float reads "Saranac Lake, Treasure of the North."

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Photograph of the Winter Carnival royalty float in the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival parade in 1965. The Harrietstown Town Hall is visible in the background.

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Color postcard of the Saranac Lake Winter Carnival Ice Palace in 1959. Two people with skis stand in front of the Ice Palace. Caption: "Ice Palace - For 7 decades the Ice Palace built on the shores of Lake Flower and the Saranac River has been a…

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Photograph of Richard J. "Dick" Longtin at his farewell dinner in October 1958.

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Photograph of Clayton Winters and Paul Benoit, members of Civilian Conservation Corps Camp 60. The men hold a banner reading, "Gov. Lehman Award for Best Conservation Work in New York State - 1934 - Won by C.C.C. Camp 60, Paul Smith's."

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Caption: "August 1989 on our way to Booneville - Wanakena, NY - beyond the cut-off on Rt. #3 - right side of road. Camp S84 Company #229."

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Photograph of Clayton Winters, Elmer Charleston, Leroy Smith, Bill Lytle, Paul Benoit, Walt Stahl, Chuck Komeraski, and an unidentified man at the dedication ceremony for the CCC plaque at Barnum Pond.

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Photograph of Civilian Conservation Corps men at the dedication ceremony for the plaque at Barnum Pond. Caption: "Left to right; Clayton Winters; Henry Smith; William Lytle, forester; Paul Benoit; Elmer Charleston, S.L..; Walt Stahl; Chuck Komeraski…

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Photograph of Elmer Charleston and Ruth Hoyt at the dedication ceremony for the Civilian Conservation Corps plaque at Barnum Pond. Hoyt holds a banner that reads, "Gov. Lehman Award for Best Conservation Work in New York State 1934 won by C.C.C. Camp…

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Photograph of Bill Lytle, forester, and Paul Benoit at the dedication ceremony for the Civilian Conservation Corps plaque at Barnum Pond. Paul Benoit holds a shirt that reads "Camp S-60."
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