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NEWCOMB | The Adirondack Great Camp Santanoni has had three long-term owners: The Robert C. Pruyn family that built it at the turn of the 20th century, the Crandall and Myron Melvin families who bought it in 1953 and, today, the state of New York. Read more

The Sun

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NEWCOMB | Adventurers who have an interest in both history and the outdoors will have two more weekends this winter to get a special look at the Camp Santanoni Historic Area, an architectural masterpiece nestled deep in the woods of Newcomb. Read more

The Sun

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NEWCOMB | Once on the brink of being allowed to decay back into the forest, the Santanoni great camp has received a $370,000 from the National Park Service that will significantly stabilize the 125-year-old retreat for years to come. Read more

The Sun

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NEWCOMB | Over 20 years, the once-doomed great camp has been restored Read more

The Sun

More than 45 years ago, on July 10, 1971, 8-year-old Douglas Legg disappeared from one of the grandest of the Adirondack’s Great Camps. What happened to the little boy on that fateful day remains a mystery. Read more

NCL Magazine