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Massawepie Photographs from before 1950

Notes: File sizes are given only for images over 100K.

1890 (approx.): Photo of the original Childwold Park House (later Hotel Childwold) before it was expanded (116 K, courtesy of Ray Welch) Detail from photo of the original Childwold Park House
1893: Photo of the Childwold Park House (later Hotel Childwold) by famous Adirondack photographer Seneca Ray Stoddard, apparently 1893, despite later date shown
1898: Postcard of Lake View House from Catamount Pond, 1898
1909: Postcard of Gale's Lake View House on Catamount Pond, 1909 Postcard of Hotel Childwold Boathouse and Massawepie Lake, 1909
Postcard of Hotel Childwold Lobby, 1909
1911: Postcard of Camp Isola on current Eagle Island, 1911
1923: Guide House at Childwold Park
1940: Aerial Photo of Massawepie property in the early 1940's (104K)
1940's: Index Page for Album of Massawepie photos taken by Edward C. Dreby, III, during the Sykes family ownership of the property.
Early 1900's, exact date unknown: Front View of Hotel Childwold from Massawepie Lake Close-up Front View of Hotel Childwold and boathouses from Massawepie Lake
Another Front View of Hotel Childwold, with people in the foreground Two boathouses and Massawepie Lake from Childwold Park House
Baseball Field and Rear View of Hotel Childwold Another rear view of Childwold Park House, through trees (108K)
Guide House at Childwold Park Bowling Alley at Childwold Park
Flint Cottage at Childwold Park Unknown Building at Childwold Park
"Childwold" private(?) railroad car



The information on this page is as complete and accurate as is currently known. Any corrections or additions are welcome, as are other tidbits of Massawepie History. Send them to Peter Collinge (see below, or mail to 77 Tall Oak Lane, Pittsford, NY 14534).

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