Figure 2.23: Adirondack Great Camp, "Knollwood Club", Saranac Lakes area, 1899. One of six identical two and one-half story Victorian shingle vacation houses built by William Coulter. Individuality was achieved by the application of a unique rustic style porch and facade to an otherwise conventional vacation house. (Kaiser, The Great Camps of the Adirondacks, p. 143)

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