Vintage adirondacks by joseph dunlap



These photographs were taken by my grandfather, Joseph Dunlop (1855 - 1935), during the turn of the century in the Sacandaga Valley before the Conklinville Damn (the damn which created Sacandaga Lake). Joseph Dunlop owned a studio in the Gloversville-Johnstown area and in the "midway" in Sacandaga Park. In his studio, he photographed portraits of the many tourists from the New York City Area. He also photographed the picturesque Sacandaga Valley before the damn created the lake. Many of his photographs were tin-types and glass negatives which our family still owns today.

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