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Landscape; verso: Campsite, Crane Mountain, New York

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The drawing on the verso is vertically oriented to the page. Crane Mountain is in the southeastern Adirondacks, in New York State.
Department of Drawings By descent through artist's family 1880; Alice Carter Gifford Cambridge MA; bequeathed to her son Sanford Gifford Cambridge MA; his gift to the Harvard University Art Museums 2001. Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum Gift of Sanford Gifford
Title: Landscape; verso: Campsite, Crane Mountain, New York
Description:
The drawing on the verso is vertically oriented to the page.
Crane Mountain is in the southeastern Adirondacks, in New York State.

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