Guides at the boathouse of Paul Smith's Hotel, August 8, 1884. Adirondack Daily Enterprise, October 5, 2002
Camping with guides was the primary way city people experienced the Adirondack Wilderness in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. By the 1920s, the prevalence of automobile led to a move towards car camping, instead.
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