Collection Facts

Extent: 
61 items
Dates of Original: 
c. 1900
Collection Owner:
NYH Topic Area(s):

Historical Context

Nehasane Park, located on Lake Lila in the Adirondacks, was created by William Seward Webb and covered 115,000 acres, including the Adirondack Railway. The focus of the park was the great camp Nehasane. All buildings at the camp were designed by architect Robert Robertson.

Scope of Collection

Collection of photographs showing Nehasane Park on Lake Lila in the Adirondacks. Images are of park creator William Seward Webb, his family, their pets, the lodge and cabins, and the surrounding park area, taken around 1900.