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The History of the Rap-Shaw Club: 1896 until 1958 by Edward L. Pitts

Product image 1Cover of The History of the Rap-Shaw SLub: 1896 until 1958--text appears above a mountain and water landscape photo in the middle. The author's name and attribution are below: Edward I. Pitts, Club President, 2011-2016
Product image 2Interior page of book. Top half is a b&w photo of the Beaver River train station with a train pulling in and station personnel seen in the walkway. Bottom half is a small part of a b&W photo of a train and top of the building.
Product image 3Interior page of book. Top half is a b&w photo of the Beaver Dam Pond camp wit lots of trees and brush in front of the building. Bottom half is a b&w photo of a closer view of a building with open-air porch edging it and the trunk of one tree in the foreground.

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Author Edward I. Pitts, Rap-Shaw Club President from 2011 to 2016, presents the history of the Rap-Shaw Club, one of only a handful of surviving 19th century Adirondack outdoor clubs. It has outlived all the early settlements of this area in the west-central Adirondacks. The author presents an epic tale of adventure, wilderness recreation, and the work required to build and maintain a voluntary organization through the decades. 

122 pages; Historic b/w photos throughout the text. Signed by author Edward I. Pitts

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