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J.S. Wooley, Adirondack Photographer

J.S. Wooley (1867–1943) lived and worked in the Adirondack foothills throughout his life. From 1908 to 1923, he served as the official photographer of Silver Bay, during which time he created iconic images of Lake George and the surrounding Adirondack mountains. This exhibition offers a glimpse into the region’s past and its sustaining beauty.

Thank you sponsors:
Ben & India Adams
Adirondack Trust Company
Behan Communications
Jeanne and Bernie Brown
Charles R. Wood Foundation
Cloudsplitter Foundation
Daily Gazette
Dake Family and
Stewart’s Shops
Norman and Janice Dascher, Jr.
Marvin & Co. PC, CPAs
Lake George Mirror
Robert & Francine Nemer
NYSCA
Rosemary and Frank Pusateri
Franklin W. & Mary W. Renz
Karl & Kim Seitz
Chelsea & Josh Silver
Town of Queensbury
Wordhorse 

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