White Pine Camp: The Saga of an Adirondack Great Camp & Summer White House by Howard Kirschenbaum

Product image 1Cover of the book White Pine Camp puts white type on top of a full-color photograph of an interior shot with wicker furniture in front of  a wall of windows with autumn-colored trees and landscape showing through.
Product image 2Back cover of book White Pine Camp with white text on black to the left. Four color photos placed vertically to the right: Top boathouse and water; living room with unlit fireplace, room featuring a pool table, outdoor shot of the building.

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This Adirondack Architectural Heritage book explores White Pine Camp’s fascinating story, including how a collaborative of architects, William Massarene, Addison Mizner and master builder Ben Muncil, designed its unique architecture. Author Howard Kirschenbaum details the parade of prominent owners throughout the 20th century--including Calvin Coolidge who used it as the 1926 summer White House; Paul Smith’s College; and the inspiring historic preservation case study which brought the camp from near destruction to restoration and public use.

249 pages, 8.5" x 11".

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