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Name-dropping at Paul Smith’s

October 27, 2012

The Enterprise in 1899 carried a long (2500 word) feature story about the upcoming summer season at Paul Smith’s Hotel and about camps on Upper St. Regis Lake and Upper Sarana....

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Iceman4

May-29-13 9:17 AM

I was perusing the archives when I came across this article. I recognized the name William H.H. Murray, since I had recently read and article, Birthplace of the American Vacation in the April 2013 edition of Smithsonian magazine. The bowling alleys at White Pine camp are pictured. A former property of Paul Smith's College, amazingly the survived.

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