C. Howard Nash
Papers, 1936-1940

SC19469

Quantity: 7 boxes (2.0 cubic ft.)
Access: Open to research
Acquisition: Gift of Grace Hudowalski, 1990
Processed By: Fred Bassett, Senior Librarian, Manuscripts and Special Collections, May 1997; revised February 2010

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Biographical Note:

Black and white photo of Howard Nash, standing at the summit of Mt. Dix and looking over the Adirondacks.
C. Howard Nash standing on summit of Mount Dix, looking over High Peaks in the Adirondacks, May 21, 1937.
(SC19469, Box 2, Folder 30)

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C. Howard Nash was born June 12, 1877, the son of Charles and Emma Nash. He resided in Troy, New York, most of his life, apparently working in family business interests. Later in life, Nash became an avid hiker and mountaineer.  He was an active member of the Taconic Hiking Club and for a period he served as director of the club. He was also one of the founding members of the Troy Forty-Sixers, a hiking club known today as the Adirondack Forty-Sixers. Within a period of about four months, April 10 to August 28, 1937, he climbed all forty-six peaks in the Adirondack Mountains that were 4,000 feet above sea level or higher; it was a record for his time. He died in Bennington, Vermont, December 20, 1960.

Scope and Content Note:

The C. Howard Nash papers consist of photographic journals compiled by Nash as a record of his hiking and mountaineering adventures in various mountain ranges in New York State and New England.  In particular, the journals record trips to the Adirondack and Catskill Mountains in New York, the Berkshires Mountain in Massachusetts, the Green Mountains in Vermont, the White Mountains in New Hampshire, and the Taconic Mountains, which cover parts of New York, Massachusetts, and Vermont. The journals contain short descriptions of trips, pamphlets, postcards and photographs taken by Nash. The photographs include images of the natural environment, campsites, and hike participants. These are often accompanied by detailed descriptions of trail and weather conditions and the names of accompanying hikers. Also included with the journals are newspaper clippings, brochures, and mementos. Most trips were made with family and friends, including his sister, Margery Ludlow, Franklin H. Wilson Jr., Thomas F. Malone, and Edward O. and Grace Hudowalski.  Occasionally, the trips would be organized group outings of the Taconic Hiking Club or the Forty-Sixers.

The practice of keeping a written narrative of the walks and climbs was apparently discontinued by Nash in June 1938.  Thereafter, brief notes were written on scrap paper and, occasionally, typewritten descriptions by Franklin H. Wilson Jr. accompany the photographs.  The last folder of the collection includes several typewritten descriptions of walks, most likely compiled by Wilson, that are not accompanied by photographs

Several images in this collection are available on-line in NYSED OCE Digital Collection Gallery: http://iarchives.nysed.gov/PubImageWeb/listCollections.jsp?id=56459

Container List:

Box Folder Description
1 1 Background Information
  1. Chronology of climbing mountains in New York State of 4,000 feet or higher by C. Howard Nash, April 10-August 25, 1937
  2. “C. Howard Nash clinches record in climbing peaks,” Troy Record, September 7, 1937 (photocopy of news clipping)
  3. Record of ascent of 48 mountains in New York State 4,000 ft. or more in height in New York State / F. H. Wilson Jr. [1935-1940]
1 2 Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, September 21 and 22, 1936; 1 p. text; 6 p. photographs – 37 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 3 Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, September 21 and 22, 1936 (cont.)
  1. Brochure: To the top of New England via Mount Washington Cog Railway
  2. Brochure: Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests[:] The Flume Reservation
  3. Brochure Map of Flume Trails
  4. Picture postcards – 10 items
1 4 Mt. Monadnock, N.H., September 26, 1936; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 4 Route 30 to Swezey Camp, [Vt.], September 28, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 4 Bald Mt., Bennington, [Vt.], October 2, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 4 Stratton and Bourne Ponds, [Vt.], October 6, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 p. news clipping
1 5 Goat Peak, [Mass.], October 10, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. Real photograph postcards – 2 items: Parson Williams House, Deerfield, Mass.
1 5 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], October 12, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Stratton Mt. and Stratton Pond, [Vt.], October 16, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], October 20, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Bald Mt. and beyond, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 25, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Red Mountain, [Vt.], October 27, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Pico Mountain, [Vt.], October 30, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Equinox Mountain, [Vt.], November 3, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Bald Mt., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 25, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Bennington to Blackington, [Vt.], November10, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 6 Mt. Aeolus, [Vt.], November 11, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 West Stephentown Hill no. 7, Fire Tower, [N.Y.] , November 14, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Red Mountain, [Vt.], November 15, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 7 West Stephentown to Game Refuge [N.Y.], November 18, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 7
  1. Mount Macomber (McOmber), [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], November 21, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
  2. News clipping: “Christmas seals on the highest point of this county; C. Howard Nash places poster on the top of Mount McOmber ...” Troy Record, December 3, 1936
1 7 Bald Mountain to Center Brunswick, [N.Y.], November 28, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 7 Tower Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], November 29, 1936; 2 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 7 Butter Milk Falls, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.]; 1 p.  text (no photographs)
1 7 Tower Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 5, 1936; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 West Stephentown Fire Tower, [N.Y.]; November 18, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 Quarry Mountain / Quackenkill to Poestenkill, [N.Y.], December 13, 1936; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (some variation in title for text and pictures)
1 8 River Road, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 15, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (text page includes short description of short walks on December 15 and 16, 1936)
1 8 [Troy, N.Y.], December 17. 1936; 1 p. text (on page with December 18, 1936)
1 8 [Bald Mt., Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 18, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 [Dupkill, Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 20, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 8 Snow Hole, [Pownal, Vt.], December 24, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 [Troy, N.Y. and vicinity walks], December 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 9 Rice’s Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 2, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 9 [Troy, N.Y. and vicinity walks], January 3 and 4, 1937; 1 p. text (on page with Bald, Mt. January 5, 1937 ( no photographs)
1 9 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 5, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 9 Berlin Road – Kendall Pond, [N.Y.], January 6, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (title variation between text and photograph pages)
1 9 Bald Mt., River Road, etc. [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 9, 10 and 11, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 9 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], January 12, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 9 Greylock,  [Mass.], January 16, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 Harmon Hill, [Vt.], January 20, 1937; 1 p. text with 1 photograph – b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 Taconic Trail, [N.Y. and Mass.], January 23, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], January 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 9 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 News clipping: “Forest, field, and stream” by Walt Nim, Troy Observer-Budget, January 24, 1937
1 10 [Troy, N.Y. and vicinity], January 25 and 26, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 10 News clipping: Troy Record, January 27, 1937; picture of Louise Van Antwerp Brown and C. Howard Nash elected as officers of Rensselaer County Historical Society
1 11 Rice Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 28, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 11 Davitt Pond, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 30, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 11 Woodford, [Vt.], January 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 11 Grafton Fire Tower, [N.Y.], 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 11 x 17 cm.
1 11 Poestenkill Mountain, [N.Y.], February 6, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (1 item missing 2/10/2010)
1 12 Mount Macumber [Macomber /McOmber?], [Rensselaer County, N.Y.?], February 7, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 12 Snake Hill, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], February 11, 1937; 1 p. text; 2p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 13 Mount Marcy, Adirondack Mountains, N.Y., February 12-14, 1937
  1. John’s Brook Camp, February 12, 1937; 1 p. text with 1 photograph (b&w, 6 x 9 cm.)
  2. Mount Marcy, February 13, 1937; 1 p. text
  3. John’s Brook to Keene Valley, [N.Y], February 14, 1937; 1 p. text
  4. Marcy Trip, February 12-14, 1937; 14 p. photographs – 49 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 5 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 14 Newspaper clipping: “First mountain club for area elects officer” Troy Record, February 16, 1937 (Troy Forty-Sixers Club)
1 14 Two Tops Mountain, [White Creek, N.Y.], February 13, 1937; 1 p. text; 2p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 14 Bald Mt., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], 1 p. text with 1 photograph (b&w, 6 x 9 cm.)
1 14 Goose Egg Hill, [near Cambridge, N.Y.], February 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 14 Greylock Mountain, [Mass.], February 21, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 1 Background Information
  1. Chronology of climbing mountains in New York State of 4,000 feet or higher by C. Howard Nash, April 10-August 25, 1937
  2. “C. Howard Nash clinches record in climbing peaks,” Troy Record, September 7, 1937 (photocopy of news clipping)
  3. Record of ascent of 48 mountains in New York State 4,000 ft. or more in height in New York State / F. H. Wilson Jr. [1935-1940]
1 2 Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, September 21 and 22, 1936; 1 p. text; 6 p. photographs – 37 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 3 Mt. Washington, New Hampshire, September 21 and 22, 1936 (cont.)
  1. Brochure: To the top of New England via Mount Washington Cog Railway
  2. Brochure: Society for Protection of New Hampshire Forests[:] The Flume Reservation
  3. Brochure Map of Flume Trails
  4. Picture postcards – 10 items
1 4 Mt. Monadnock, N.H., September 26, 1936; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 4 Route 30 to Swezey Camp, [Vt.], September 28, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 4 Bald Mt., Bennington, [Vt.], October 2, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 4 Stratton and Bourne Ponds, [Vt.], October 6, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 p. news clipping
1 5 Goat Peak, [Mass.], October 10, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. Real photograph postcards – 2 items: Parson Williams House, Deerfield, Mass.
1 5 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], October 12, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Stratton Mt. and Stratton Pond, [Vt.], October 16, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], October 20, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Bald Mt. and beyond, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 25, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Red Mountain, [Vt.], October 27, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 5 Pico Mountain, [Vt.], October 30, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Equinox Mountain, [Vt.], November 3, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Bald Mt., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 25, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Bennington to Blackington, [Vt.], November10, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 6 Mt. Aeolus, [Vt.], November 11, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 West Stephentown Hill no. 7, Fire Tower, [N.Y.] , November 14, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 6 Red Mountain, [Vt.], November 15, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 7 West Stephentown to Game Refuge [N.Y.], November 18, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 7
  1. Mount Macomber (McOmber), [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], November 21, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
  2. News clipping: “Christmas seals on the highest point of this county; C. Howard Nash places poster on the top of Mount McOmber ...” Troy Record, December 3, 1936
1 7 Bald Mountain to Center Brunswick, [N.Y.], November 28, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 7 Tower Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], November 29, 1936; 2 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 7 Butter Milk Falls, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.]; 1 p.  text (no photographs)
1 7 Tower Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 5, 1936; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 West Stephentown Fire Tower, [N.Y.]; November 18, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 Quarry Mountain / Quackenkill to Poestenkill, [N.Y.], December 13, 1936; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (some variation in title for text and pictures)
1 8 River Road, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 15, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (text page includes short description of short walks on December 15 and 16, 1936)
1 8 [Troy, N.Y.], December 17. 1936; 1 p. text (on page with December 18, 1936)
1 8 [Bald Mt., Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 18, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 [Dupkill, Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 20, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 8 Snow Hole, [Pownal, Vt.], December 24, 1936; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 8 [Troy, N.Y. and vicinity walks], December 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1936; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 9 Rice’s Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 2, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 9 [Troy, N.Y. and vicinity walks], January 3 and 4, 1937; 1 p. text (on page with Bald, Mt. January 5, 1937 ( no photographs)
1 9 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 5, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 9 Berlin Road – Kendall Pond, [N.Y.], January 6, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (title variation between text and photograph pages)
1 9 Bald Mt., River Road, etc. [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 9, 10 and 11, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 9 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], January 12, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 9 Greylock,  [Mass.], January 16, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 Harmon Hill, [Vt.], January 20, 1937; 1 p. text with 1 photograph – b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 Taconic Trail, [N.Y. and Mass.], January 23, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], January 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 9 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 10 News clipping: “Forest, field, and stream” by Walt Nim, Troy Observer-Budget, January 24, 1937
1 10 [Troy, N.Y. and vicinity], January 25 and 26, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 10 News clipping: Troy Record, January 27, 1937; picture of Louise Van Antwerp Brown and C. Howard Nash elected as officers of Rensselaer County Historical Society
1 11 Rice Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 28, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 11 Davitt Pond, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 30, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 11 Woodford, [Vt.], January 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 11 Grafton Fire Tower, [N.Y.], 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 11 x 17 cm.
1 11 Poestenkill Mountain, [N.Y.], February 6, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. (1 item missing 2/10/2010)
1 12 Mount Macumber [Macomber /McOmber?], [Rensselaer County, N.Y.?], February 7, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 12 Snake Hill, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], February 11, 1937; 1 p. text; 2p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 13 Mount Marcy, Adirondack Mountains, N.Y., February 12-14, 1937
  1. John’s Brook Camp, February 12, 1937; 1 p. text with 1 photograph (b&w, 6 x 9 cm.)
  2. Mount Marcy, February 13, 1937; 1 p. text
  3. John’s Brook to Keene Valley, [N.Y], February 14, 1937; 1 p. text
  4. Marcy Trip, February 12-14, 1937; 14 p. photographs – 49 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 5 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 14 Newspaper clipping: “First mountain club for area elects officer” Troy Record, February 16, 1937 (Troy Forty-Sixers Club)
1 14 Two Tops Mountain, [White Creek, N.Y.], February 13, 1937; 1 p. text; 2p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 14 Bald Mt., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], 1 p. text with 1 photograph (b&w, 6 x 9 cm.)
1 14 Goose Egg Hill, [near Cambridge, N.Y.], February 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 14 Greylock Mountain, [Mass.], February 21, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 14 Poestenkill Mountain, [N.Y.], February 23, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
1 15 Wheeler Mountain, [near Cropseyville, N.Y]., February 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 15 Spruce Peak, [Arlington, Vt.], February, 27, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
1 15 Bald Mountain, [Vt.], February 28, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
1 16 [Troy, N.Y., and vicinity], March 1, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
2 16 Snow Hole, [Vt.], March 3, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 9 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 16 News clipping: “Taconic hikers to close winter season,” Troy Record, March 5, 1937
2 16 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], March 6, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 13 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w. 12 x 17 cm.
2 16 Harmon Hill and Sucker Pond, [Vt.], 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 17 Bailey Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], March 10, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 17 Tamarac Mountain and Buck Horn Peak, [N.Y.], March 11, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 17 Flat Top Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], March 13, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 17 Boyntonville Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], March 14, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 17 News clipping: ‘Taconic Hikers Club elect E.B. Clements,” Troy Record, March 15, 1937
2 18 Snowshoeing from Center Brunswick, [N.Y.]; March 16, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 18 Snowshoeing at Poestenkill, [N.Y.], March 18, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 18 East Mountain, [Mass.], March 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 18 Flat Top Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], March 21, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 18 Eagle Mills, [N.Y.], March 21, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
2 18 Potter Mountain, [N.Y. and Mass.], March 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 19 Slide Mountain and Cold Spring Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], March 27, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm. (photographs only for Slide Mountain)
2 19 Snow Hole, [Vt.], March 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 20 Blackhead Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], April 3, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 20 Bald Mountain., [Bennington, Vt.], 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 9 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 20 News clipping: “Taconic Hiking Club enjoys snowshoes for the first time in 1937,” Troy Record, April 6, 1937
2 20 News clipping: “Mass. skier winner of race,” Evening Banner (Bennington, Vt.), April 6, 1937
2 20 Frear Park, [Troy, N,Y.], 2 photographs, 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 20 Round Top Mountain, [N.Y. and Mass.], 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 21 Cascade and Porter, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], April 10, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 21 News clippings: “Trojans encounter blizzard on ascent of northern peaks,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), April 12, 1937 (regards Cascade and Porter Mountain walk, April 10, 1937
2 21 Keene and other places, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], April 11, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
2 21 News clipping: “Taconic hiking club,” Troy Observer Budget, April 11, 1937 (club news and events)
2 21 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], April, 12, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 21 Brodie Mountain Fire Tower, [Mass.], April 14, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 22 Hunter Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], April 17, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 13 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 22 News clipping: “Taconic hikers to climb Berkshire Peak on Sunday,” Troy Record, April 16, 1937
2 22 East Mountain, [Mass.], April 18, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 23 Flat Top Mountain, [N.Y.], April 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 23 Tamarac Mountain, [N.Y.]. April 21, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 24 Slide Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], April 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 6 p. photographs – 24 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 24 [Unknown location], April 25, 1937; 2 p. photographs  - 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 24 News clipping: “Hikers to repeat trip to the Catskills,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), April 27, 1937 (Plateau Mountain, May 2, 1937)
2 24 Whitney Mountain, [near Cherry Plain, Rensselaer County, N.Y.], April 28, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
2 25 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], May 1, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 25 Plateau Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], May 2, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 25 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], May 3, 1937; 1 p. text; (no photographs)
2 26 Cascade and Porter Mts., [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 5, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm. ; 1 p. typewritten
2 26 New clipping: “China-to-Troy mail in week,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), May 6, 1937
2 27 Air Port [Wynantskill, N.Y.], May 7, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
2 27 Hurricane Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 8, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 17 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 27 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], May 9, 1937; 1 p. text; (no photographs)
2 28 Giant Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 11, 1937; 1 p. text; 6 p. photographs – 22 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 29 News clipping: “Taconic hikers will scale highest Lake George Peak,” Troy Record, May 14, 1937 (Black Mountain)
2 29 Black Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 16, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 29 Lower Wolf Jaw Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 18, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 13 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
2 30 Big Slide Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 p. typewritten
2 30 Dix Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 21, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 13 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.: 1 p. typewritten
3 31 Giant Mountain and Rocky Peak Ledge, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 22, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. typewritten; 4 p. photographs – 20 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, 12 x 17 cm.
3 32 Armstrong and Gothic Mts., [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 25, 1937;  1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 17 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, 12 x 17 cm.; 1 news clipping: “Taconic Hiking Club,” Troy Observer-Budget, May 23, 1937
3 33 Hikes from John’s Brook Lodge, Adirondack Mountains, N.Y., May 29-31, 1937
  1. Upper Wolf Jaw, May 29, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
  2. Haystack, Basin, and Saddleback, May 30, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 17 items, b&w, 9 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
  3. Big Slide Mountain, May 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs -11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
  4. News clipping: “Taconic Hiking Club,” Troy Observer-Budget, May 30, 1937
3 34 Sawteeth Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 1, 1937, 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 4 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 34 News clipping: “Trojan conquers 17 Mountain peaks in four months,” Troy Record, June 3, 1937
3 35 Dial and Nippletop, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 5, 1937; 1 p. text; 6 p. photographs – 20 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm. (1 item missing 2/10/2010)
3 36 Colvin and Blake, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 8, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 37 News clipping: “Taconic hikers to climb Catskill peak on Sunday,” Troy Record, June 10, 1937 (Black Head Mountain, June 13, 1937)
3 37 Stratton Mountain, [Vt.]. June 11, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
3 37 Black Head Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], June 13, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 37 News clipping: “Taconic Hiking Club,” Troy Observer-Budget, June 13, 1937
3 38 McIntyre and Wright, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 15, 1937; 1 p. text; 7 p. photographs – 23 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 39 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], June 17, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
3 39 Iroquois Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 19, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 22 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 3 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 40 Mount Colden, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 22, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p, photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 40 Mount Marcy and Mount Skylight, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 23, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 40 Phelps Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
3 40 Letter: Al West to Howard Nash, [ca. June 1937]; 2 p.
3 41 Street Mountain and Nye Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 25, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
3 41 Brochure: Adirondak Loj Club, Essex Co. N.Y. (S.l.: Forest Press, 1937)
3 41 Adirondak Loj, [Essex County, N.Y.]; June 25, 1937; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 41 Noonmark, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 26. 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 9 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 42 Mount Colden, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 29, 1937; 1 p. text; 6  p. photographs – 23 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
3 43
  1. Whiteface Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 2, 1937; 2 p, photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
  2. Brochure: Whiteface Mountain Memorial Highway (New York: Wales Advertising Co., 1937)
3 43 Table Top Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 5, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
3 44 Mount Esther, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 9, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 7 x 12 cm.
3 44 Mount Dix, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 14, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
3 44 Gray Peak, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 17, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
3 45 Mount Macomb, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 5  p. photographs – 21 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm. 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.; news clipping: “Conquers 34th Peak,” Troy Record, July 21, 1937
4 46 South Dix, Middle Dix, and East Dix, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 46 Killington Mountain, [Vt.], July 27, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 47 Mount Herbert, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 47 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], August 3, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
4 48 Mount Marcy, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 5, 1937; Centenary celebration of first ascent; 1 p. text; 7 p. photographs – 24 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 3 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 48 News clipping: “Centenary is held atop Mt. Marcy,” New York Times, August 6, 1937
4 48 News clipping: “State Officials Pledge preservation of  forests,” New York Herald Tribune, August 6, 1937
4 49 Cliff Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 7, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 49 Mount Redfield, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 8, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 49 Brandon Gap, Long Trail north, [Vt.], August 11, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 50 Santanoni and Panther, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 14, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
4 50 Couchsachraga, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 15, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
4 50 Griffith Pond, [near Danby, Vt.], August 18, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 51 News clipping: “Snow Hole Mecca of young people for generation,” Troy Record, August 21, 1937
4 51 Ward Brook Shelter, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 22, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 51 Seward, Donaldson, and Emmons, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 23, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
4 51 Seymour, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 5 items, b&w, 7 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 52 Stratton Mountain, [Vt.], August 26, 1936; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 7 x 10 cm.
4 52 Mount Allen, [Adirondack Mountains. N.Y.], August 28, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 52 News clipping: “Trojans ascend 46 major peaks in Adirondacks; Mrs. Edward C. Hudowalski, first woman on record to have climbed the entire group,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), August 28, 1937
4 52 Mount Herbert, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 4 items, b&w, 7 x 10 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 53 Wallingford Road to Clerendon Gorge, [Vt.], September 3, 1947; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 53 Boreas, Makouis, and Belfry, [Adirondack Mountains, N,Y,], September 7, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 54 Printed material
  1. News clipping: “C. Howard Nash clinches record by quick assent of 48 big peaks,” Troy Record, September 7, 1937
  2. News clipping: C. Howard Nash clinches record in climbing peaks,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), September 7, 1937
  3. News clipping: “46-er surprise dinner guest,” Troy Record, September 10, 1937 (picture )
  4. News clipping: “Dinner Tendered Trojan climbing veteran,” Troy Record, September 10, 1937
  5. Program: Honorary dinner for C. Howard Nash [September 9, 1937]
  6. Poem: “The Call of the Wild” / Grace C. Hudowalski, [1937]
4 54 News clippings (from New York City newspapers) 2 p.
  1. “Climbs 48 peaks at 60,” New York Times, [September 1937]
  2. “Climbs 48 peaks at 60,” New York Herald Tribune, [September 28, 1937]
  3. “60, he climbs 48 peaks in 2 years,” Sunday News, October 5, 1937
4 55 Ampersand Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], September 12, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
4 55 Brandon Gap – Long Trail Lodge, [Vt.], September 15, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 55 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], September 19, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 56 Algonquin, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], September 21, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 57 Rensselaer County Historical Society, Bennington Battlefield, [N.Y.], September 24, 1937; 2 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 57 Snowy Mountain [and] Gore Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], September 25, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 14 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm. (photographs taken only at Snowy)
4 57 [Troy, N.Y. – city walk], September 29, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 57 Snow Hole. [Vt.], September 30, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 58 Bald Mountain, {Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 2, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 58 Hunter Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], October 3, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 13 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 58 News clipping: “Taconic Hiking Club,” Troy Observer-Budget, October 3, 1937 (celebration of the 100th hike sponsored by the club)
4 58 [Troy, N.Y. – city walk], October 5, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 58 Vanderwhacker Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], October 9, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 58 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 10, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 59 Cascade and Porter, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], October 12, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 59 Santanoni Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], October 13, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.; 1 p. typewritten
4 59 News clipping: “46-ers Club honors Cold River hermit,” Times-Record (Troy, N.Y.), October 16, 1937, with picture of Noah John Rondeau (2 p.)
4 59 Equinox Mountain, [Vt.], October 17, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
4 60 [Troy, N.Y. – city walks], October 21 and 22, 1937; 2 p. text; (no photographs)
4 60 Bald Mountain, Grass Mountain, and Stoner Peak, [Vt.], October 23, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
4 60 Prospect Mountain and Money Brook Trail, [Mass.], October 24, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 61 [Countryside walk, Rensselaer County, N.Y.], October 29, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 61 Prospect Mountain and Money Brook Trail, [Mass.], October 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 61 [Troy, N.Y. – city walk], November 1, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 61 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], November 5, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 61 Bennington to Blackington via Long Trail, [Vt.],November 3, 1937; 1 p. text;  p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 62 Bald Mountain, Grass Mountain, and Spruce Peak, [Vt.], November 7, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 62 [Troy, N.Y., and vicinity], November 8, 11 and 12, 1937; 3 p. text (no photographs)
5 62 Bald Mt., Grass Mt., and Spruce Peak, [Vt.], November 14, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 62 [Troy to Center Brunswick, N.Y.], November 16. 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 63 Crane Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], November 19, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 63 Prospect Mountain, [Vt.], November 26, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 63 [Eagle Mills, Rensselaer County, N.Y.], November 27, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 63 Tower Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.?], November 28, 1937; 1 p. (no photographs)
5 64 Dorset Peak, [Vt.], December 2, 1937; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 64 Rice Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N,Y,], December 4, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 64 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], December 8, 1937; 1 p. text; 5 p. photographs – 21 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 64 [Troy, N.Y. – city walks], December 9 and 10, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 65 Harmon Hill and Sucker Pond, [Vt.], December 12, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 65 News clipping: “Albanian climbs 48 high peaks in 140 days to set record; C. Howard Nash of the Adirondack Mountain Club relates exploits at Albany Chapter session,” Knickerbocker News (Albany, N.Y.), December 13, 1937; 2 p.
5 65 News clippings: “Taconic Hiking Club,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), December 13, 1937
5 65 [Troy, N.Y – Oakwood Cemetery and other walks], December 14, 15 and 16, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 65 News clipping: “Banquet marks anniversary of Taconic Hikers,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), December 20, 1937
5 65 [Troy, N.Y., and vicinity], December 22, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 66 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], December 26, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 66 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], December 29, 1937; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 67 Poestenkill Mt., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], December 31, 1937; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 67 Woodford, Vt., January 2, 1938; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 67 Woodford, Vt., January 4, 1938; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 67 Woodford, Vt., January 5, 1938; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 68 Mount Macomber, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 6, 1938; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 68 Snow Hole, [Vt.], January 8, 1938; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 68 East Dorset, [Vt.], January 9, 1938; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 69 Snow Hole, [Vt.], January 11, 1938; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 69 Sucker Pond, [Vt.], January 15, 1938; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 69 Poestenkill Mt., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], January 20, 1937; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 3 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 69 Slide Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], January 22, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 69 Prospect Rock, [Vt.], January 23, 1938; 1 p. text; 3 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 69 [Troy, N.Y. – city walks], January 26 and 27, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 69 Sucker Pond, [Vt.], January 28, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Sucker Pond, [Vt.], February 1, 1937; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], February 3, 1938; 1 p. (no photographs)
5 70 Dorset Mountain, [Vt.], February 5, 1938; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 70 [Troy, N.Y – city walk], February 14, 1938; Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], February 17, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Bald and Rice Mts., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], February 22, 1938; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 70 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], February 26, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Bald and Rice Mts., [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], February 28, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Bald Mountain, Bennington, [Vt.], March 3, 1938; 1 p. text; 4 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 70 [Troy, N.Y. – city walk], March 4, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 [Troy, N.Y., and vicinity], March 12, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], March 13, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 70 Equinox Mountain, [Vt.], March 20, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 [Troy, N.Y. – city walk], April 6, and 8, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 Slide Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.]; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 [Troy, N.Y. – city walk], April 11, 12 and 13, 1938; 2 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], April 14, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 Cold Spring and Slide Mountain, [Catskill Mountains. N.Y.], April 16, 1938;  1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 71 Bald Mountain, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.], April 27, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 Grafton, [N.Y.], April 30, 1938; 1 p. text (no photographs)
5 71 Windham Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], May 5, 1938; 1 p. text; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 71 Black Dome and Thomas Cole, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], May 1, 1938; 1 p. text; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 72 Mount Colden (via the Dyke), [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 30, 1938; 1 p typewritten with A.L.S. Franklin Wilson to Howard Nash, July 3, 1938
5 72 Heart Lake – Marcy – Elk Lake, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 30, 1938; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 72 Mount Marcy, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 22, 1938; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 72 Hunter Mountain, [Catskill Mountain, N.Y.], July 24, 1938; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
5 73 Indian Pass, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 26, 1938; 6 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 10 items, b&w, 8 x12 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 74 Mount Abraham and Lincoln Mountain, [Vt.], August 5, 1938; 6 p. photographs – 16 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 75 Santanoni and Panther, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 12, 1938; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
5 75 Mount Katahdin, South Peak, Baxter Peak, Knife Edge, and Paloma Peak, [Me.], September 5-8, 1838;
  1. Typewritten text; 8 p.
  2. News clipping: “Two men climb Mt. Katahdin in bright moonlight,” Troy Record, September 9, 1938
  3. Printed brochure: Millinocket Maine: Gateway to Mt. Katahdin and Baxter State Park
6 76 Mount Macomb, South Dix, and East Dix, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.]. September 24, 1938; 7 p. text (typewritten); 3 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.
6 77 Mount Adams, [Adirondack, Mountains, N.Y.], September 28, 1938; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 78 Snow Hole, [Vt.], April 16, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 78 Wittenberg Mountain, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], April 23, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 78 Tongue Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], April 30, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 79 Mount Macomber, [Rensselaer County, N.Y.?], May 2, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 7 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 79 Tongue Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 5, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; (loose) 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 80 Long Trail: Bennington to Blackington, [Vt.], May 6, 1939; 3 p. photographs – 12 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 80 Noonmark, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 9, 1939; 1 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 6 x 12 cm.
6 81 Haystack Mountain, Vt., May 12, 1939; 5 p. photographs – 19 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 3 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 82 [Adirondack] 46’ers Annual Banquet, Grace Methodist Church, Troy, N.Y., May 17, 1939
  1. Photographs – 3 items, b&w, 18 x 23 cm.
  2. Printed booklet of poetry by club members (shaped in the form of a lean-to; it was probably designed and crafted by Grace Hudowalski)
6 83 Mount Phelps, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 18, 1939; 2 p. text typewritten; 7 p; photographs – 15 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 84 Black Dome and Thomas Cole, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], May 30, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 85 South Dix and East Dix, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 24, 1939; 5 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 86 Giant and Rocky Peak, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], May 28, 1939, or June 3, 1939; 4 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 87 Stratton Mountain, [Vt.], May 30, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 87 Santanoni and Panther, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.]. June 3, 1939; 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 88 Cliff Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 9, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
6 88 Thomas Cole and Black Dome, [Catskill Mountains, N.Y.], June 10, 1939; 1 p. photographs – 1 item, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
6 89 Mount Mansfield, [Vt.], June 15, 1939
  1. Summit of Mount Mansfield (real photo postcard – 1 item not mounted; postmarked from Mt. Mansfield, Vt., July 6, 1939)
  2. 4 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 2 items b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
  3. 1 p. real photograph postcards – 2 items
  4. Brochure: Mount Mansfield Hotel, Stowe, Vermont; 4 panel, 16 x 9 cm.
6 90 Bear Mountain, [N.Y.], June 17, 1939; 1 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
6 90 Gothic and Saddleback, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 21, 1939; 6 p. photographs – 17 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 3 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 91 Haystack Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 24, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 91 Marshall, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 1, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 92 Camel’s Hump, [Vt.], July 3, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 92 Blue Mountain and Wakley, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 7, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 93 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], July 11, 1939; 3 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 93 Santanoni, Panther, and Couchsachraga, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 13, 1939; 4 p. text (typewritten); 2 p. photographs – 2 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 4 items, b&w, 8 x12 cm.
7 94 Bennington to Blackington, [Long Trail, Vt.], July 18, 1939; 2 p. photographs – 6 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 94 Lake George, [N.Y.], July 21, 1939; 3 p. photographs – 11 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 95 Kempshall Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 23, 1939; 3 p. photographs – 9 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 95 Mount Greylock, [Mass.], July 26, 1939; 1 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 6 x 9 cm.
7 95 Mount Esther, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 30, 1939
  1. 3 p. photographs- 7 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.
  2. News clipping: “Tablet unveiled on mountain top by Troy climbers,” Times Record (Troy, N.Y.), July 31, 1939 (marking the centenary of the ascent of this peak by Esther Macomb, who is considered to be the first woman to scale one of the high peaks of the Adirondack Mountains)
7 96 Ausable Chasm, August 9, 1939
  1. Brochure: Ausable Chasm (S. l.: s.n.); 1 item, 6 panel, 23 x 10 cm.
  2. Booklet: The Ausable Chasm, Ausable Chasm, N.Y.: Views of One of the World’s Greatest Wonders ([Ausable Chasm, N.Y.]: Ausable Chasm Co. 1939 / printed by Kamargo Press, Watertown, N.Y.), 16 p., 23 cm.
  3. Postcards –  6 items
7 97 Allen Mountain, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 13, 1939; 4 p. text (typewritten); 8 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.; 1 p. manuscript map
7 98 Equinox Mountain, [Vt.], October 21 and 28, 1939; 4 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 99 Mount Greylock, [Mass.], November 6, 1939; 8 p. photographs – 15 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 100 Glastenbury Mountain, [Vt.], December 1, 1939; 1 p. text (typewritten); 2 p. photographs – 4 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.
7 100 Camel’s Hump, [Vt.], December 6, 1939; 1 p. text (typewritten); 4 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 101 Greylock, Prospect, Fitch, and Williams, [Mass.], December 15, 1939; 2 p. text (typewritten); 4 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 101 Little Pond, [Woodford, Vt.], December 29, 1939; 1 p. text (typewritten); 2 p. photographs – 5 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.
7 102 Equinox Mountain, [Vt.], January 4, 1940; 1 p. text (typewritten); 5 p. photographs – 10 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 2 items, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 103 Pico and Killington, [Vt.], January 11, 1940; 1 p. text (typewritten); 3 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 104 Haystack Pond, [Vt.], January 19, 1940; 3 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w, 12 x 17 cm.
7 104 Haystack Mountain, [Vt.], January 26 , 1940; 2 p. text (typewritten); 3 p. photographs – 8 items, b&w, 8 x 12 cm.; 1 item, b&w 12 x 17 cm.
7 105 Description of walks and hikes by Franklin H. Wilson, Jr., 1940 (typewritten with no accompanying photographs)
  1. Algonquin, Iroquois, and Wright, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.]. October 8, 1938
  2. Haystack, Marcy, Skylight, and Grey,  [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 20-22, 1939
  3. Little Pond, Vt., February 10, 1940
  4. Snowshoe hike, Keene Valley  to Mt. Marcy, [Adirondack Mountain, N.Y.], March 13-15, 1940
  5. Plateau, Catskill Mountains, N.Y., May 25, 1940
  6. Seymour, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], June 26-27, 1940
  7. Redfield, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 18, 1940
  8. Herbert, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], July 30, 1940
  9. Whiteface and Esther, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 14, 1940
  10. Santanoni and Couchsachraga, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 23, 1940
  11. Seward, Donaldson, and Emmons, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], August 28-30, 1940
  12. Nye and Street, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], September 7, 1940
  13. Round Pond, Little Round Pond, Round Mt., and Noonmark, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], October 5, 1940
  14. Algonquin, [Adirondack Mountains, N.Y.], October 19, 1940
Last Updated: March 31, 2010