On this page, you will find current-day articles relating to the Adirondack Activism history project and Lake George as it is today. Use the search box below to browse through the articles included in the Current Events category, or scroll down the page to see the most recent additions to Current Events.
October 1954 (?) – W. T. Sheals (GE Legal Counsel) to JSA Statutes of Real Estate of the Nature Conservancy under the Exemptions Provisions of the New York Statute… Organization and Purposes of the Nature Conservancy – The Nature Conservancy was organized in 1951 under the provisions of Title 29, Chapter 6 of the District… Read more »Read More
March 11, 1929 – JSA to Alexander MacDonald (Commissioner) Dear Commissioner: I am informed that several teams and a gang of men have been at work removing the dead and down timber and brush from the islands at Lake George, and that most of this material is being burned. Ordinarily I check such reports before… Read more »Read More
May 18, 1928 – New York Herald Tribune – article written by JSA – “Shelter on Mount Marcy” Having climbed Mount Marcy several times on skis and at other times of the year on foot, under varying conditions, I am urged to express an opinion on the proposed concrete house as a life saving institution… Read more »Read More
July 18, 1928 – JSA to E. M. White & Co. (Old Town, Maine) Dear Sir: Your July 16th letter addressed to Mr. L. D. Jones has been referred to me during his absence from the city, and I wish to advise that the boat should be shipped direct to Mr. William Hill, Bolton… Read more »Read More
September 30, 1921 – JSA to Hilda Loines (Quarter Deck) – Dear Miss Loines: I will endeavor to reach the “Quarter Deck” for mid-day dinner Sunday and thank you for the invitation. I will be glad to meet Miss Conger and will try to remember the paddles. I hope you have very definite plans… Read more »Read More
June 24, 1925 – Jim Cawley (The Industrial Group) to Gov. Al Smith Dear Sir: Allow me to congratulate you on the splendid speech you made Monday night in support of the real conservation problem of the State of New York. Because of the fact that I have been favored with the good friendship… Read more »Read More