New Hampshire, Baseball at Mount Pleasant House, c1895

Once a plainly adorned, three-story hotel serving the logging communities of Bretton Woods, the Mount Pleasant House was enlarged and ornamented across the 1890s by Joseph Stickney. Stickney not only greatly expanded the hotel�s capacity, he also focused on providing sufficient accommodations to please the nation�s wealthiest visitors. He developed trails, dammed the Ammonoosuc River to make a scenic lake, and laid out sports fields on his property�s extensive lawns.

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New Hampshire, Baseball at Mount Pleasant House, c1895

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