Cold River Glen - Mohawk Trail
Title:
Cold River Glen - Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused


The Wigwam and Western Summit
Title:
The Wigwam and Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Moores Summit, Highest Point on the Mohawk Trail
Title:
Moores Summit, Highest Point on the Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


The Indian and the Trail and Wishing Well
Title:
The Indian and the Trail and Wishing Well
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.



Deerfield River Bridge
Title:
Deerfield River Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Stamford Valley and Green Mountains from Half Way Turn
Title:
Stamford Valley and Green Mountains from Half Way Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1920



Totem Trading Post and Tea Room
Title:
Totem Trading Post and Tea Room
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1925 Jul-17


Totem Trading Post, Gas Pumps
Title:
Totem Trading Post, Gas Pumps
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused



The Trail and Cold River, Mohawk Trail
Title:
The Trail and Cold River, Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


The Hairpin Turn on Western Slope
Title:
The Hairpin Turn on Western Slope
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused



Curve Near Cold Water Bridge, Mohawk Trail
Title:
Curve Near Cold Water Bridge, Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo unused


Hairpin Curve and Stamford Valley
Title:
Hairpin Curve and Stamford Valley
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1930 Jul-29

Description:
C.T. American Art Colored



Along the Deerfield River - Mohawk Trail
Title:
Along the Deerfield River - Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Whitcomb Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Hairpin Curve and Stamford Valley
Title:
Hairpin Curve and Stamford Valley
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Hair Pin Turn
Title:
Hair Pin Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Hairpin Turn Store
Title:
Hairpin Turn Store
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


The Wigwam and Western Summit
Title:
The Wigwam and Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Through the Tall Trees
Title:
Through the Tall Trees
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1915 Oct-18


Hairpin Turn and Observatio nTOwer, Overlooking Stamford Valley
Title:
Hairpin Turn and Observatio nTOwer, Overlooking Stamford Valley
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co



The Wigwam and Western Summit
Title:
The Wigwam and Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1938 Aug-10

Description:
C.T. Art-Colortone


Covered Bridge
Title:
Covered Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mohawk Trail Rt 2 between North Adams, and Greenfield, Mass., has an unusual variety of interests including this excellent example of a covered bridge just north of Charlemont Center on Rt 8A. This picturesque setting secured by walking down through the woods from the north end of bridge.



Covered Bridge
Title:
Covered Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Mohawk Trail Rt 2 between North Adams, and Greenfield, Mass., has an unusual variety of interests including this excellent example of a covered bridge just north of Charlemont Center on Rt 8A.


The Arthur A Smith Bridge
Title:
The Arthur A Smith Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
The Arthur A Smith bridge near Colrain about 6 miles off The Mohawk Trail north of shelburne Falls, Mass.



Bridge Of Flowers At Shelburne Falls
Title:
Bridge Of Flowers At Shelburne Falls
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Cold River Bridge
Title:
Cold River Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Deerfield Valley
Title:
Deerfield Valley
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Taconic Trail Tourist Shop, Top of Taconic Trail
Title:
Taconic Trail Tourist Shop, Top of Taconic Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



The Mohawk Trail And Old Tunnel Road
Title:
The Mohawk Trail And Old Tunnel Road
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1923


Mohawk Trail
Title:
Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1917

Description:
Through the Berkshire Hills. Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct. 27, 1914. The road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston to New York and the West and opens to automobilists section of he beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, inaccessible on account of the heavy grades.



The Mohawk Trail
Title:
The Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000.Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of the trail.


West Side Mohawk Trail
Title:
West Side Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1924

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and char Lemont, Mass. And opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty, Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.



Mohawk Trail
Title:
Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Through the Berkshire Hills. Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct. 27, 1914. The road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston to New York and the West and opens to automobilists section of he beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, inacessible on account of the heavy grades.


Cold River Bridge
Title:
Cold River Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000.Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of he trail.



Curve Through The Rocks
Title:
Curve Through The Rocks
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Nearing Cold River
Title:
Nearing Cold River
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1921



Easterly View From Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Easterly View From Whitcomb Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1920


Curve Of Beauty
Title:
Curve Of Beauty
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Mohawk Trail, through the Berkshire Hills. Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct. 27, 1914. The road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston to New York and the West and opens to automobiles a section of the beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, inaccessible on account of the heavy grades.



Bridge Over Deerfield River, Charlemont
Title:
Bridge Over Deerfield River, Charlemont
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Mohawk Trail


Western Entrance To Hoosac Tunnel
Title:
Western Entrance To Hoosac Tunnel
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Work was begun on the trail in September, 1912 and was finished in November, 1914, taking over two years before the trail was opened to the public. Whitcomb Summit, which is the highest point on the trail. Is 2172 feet above sea-level, The Western Summit is 2009 feet above sea - level, and the distance between the two summits is two miles.



Cold River Bridge
Title:
Cold River Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Mohawk Trail
Title:
Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct. 27, 1914. The road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston to New York and the West and opens to automobilists a section of the beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, inacessible on account of the Heavy grades.



Entrance Showing The Beautiful Berkshire Hills
Title:
Entrance Showing The Beautiful Berkshire Hills
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and char Lemont, Mass. And opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty, Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.


Cold River On The Mohawk Trail
Title:
Cold River On The Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and char Lemont, Mass. And opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty, Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.



Cold River Bridge
Title:
Cold River Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1923

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and char Lemont, Mass. And opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty, Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.


Mohawk Trail Through The Berkshire Hills
Title:
Mohawk Trail Through The Berkshire Hills
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct. 27, 1914. The road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston to New York and the West and opens to automobilists a section of the beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, inacessible on account of the Heavy grades.



Approaching Hair Pin Turn
Title:
Approaching Hair Pin Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1936

Description:
No section of the country is so noted in historic interest, which makes it interesting for sight-seers, and these were the fondue up to and much loved hunting grounds of the famous Mohawk Indians. Geographically, the greater part of the trail was a put of New York State, while politically it was a part of Massachusetts. Long before the coming of the white man to America, how many years nobody knows, it was a this barrier that separated two powerful divisions of the Indians inhabiting the country.


Mohawk Trail
Title:
Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and char Lemont, Mass. And opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty, Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.



Picturesque View Cold River And Mohawk Trail
Title:
Picturesque View Cold River And Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and char Lemont, Mass. And opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty, Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.


Gold River
Title:
Gold River
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Curve Of Beauty
Title:
Curve Of Beauty
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1931

Description:
Work was begun on the trail in September, 1912 and was finished in November, 1914, taking over two years before the trail was opened to the public. Whitcomb Summits, which is the highest point on the trail. Is 2172 feet above sea-level, The Western Summit is 2009 feet above sea - level, and the distance between the two summits is two miles.


Highway Of History Mohawk Trail
Title:
Highway Of History Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Famous Mohawk Trail invites you to enjoy the scenic splendor, historical And cultural attractions and year round recreational facilities of the Highway of history.



A Big Turn Of The Mohawk Trail Through The Berkshire Hills
Title:
A Big Turn Of The Mohawk Trail Through The Berkshire Hills
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1917


Mohawk Trail, Deerfield Valley from Whitcomb Summit after a Storm
Title:
Mohawk Trail, Deerfield Valley from Whitcomb Summit after a Storm
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border



Mt. Greylock As Seen From The Mohawk Trail
Title:
Mt. Greylock As Seen From The Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1936


Western Entrance To Mohawk Trail
Title:
Western Entrance To Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Hair Pin Turn
Title:
Hair Pin Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


On The Mohawk Trail
Title:
On The Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back



The Mohawk Trail On Florida Mountain
Title:
The Mohawk Trail On Florida Mountain
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1915


Greetings From The Mohawk Trail
Title:
Greetings From The Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Top View: The Indian on the Mohawk Trail. Bottom View: World famous Hairpin Turn



Greetings From Mohawk Trail
Title:
Greetings From Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Whitcomb Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Where Deerfield And Cold Rivers Meet
Title:
Where Deerfield And Cold Rivers Meet
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000. Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of the trail.


Whitcomb Summit Hotel
Title:
Whitcomb Summit Hotel
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1926



Mohawk Trail
Title:
Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1925

Description:
Approach To The Summit At Shelburne Falls. The BershireHills are seen at their best from this most wondewrful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of mountains between North Adams and Charlemont, Mass. and opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty. Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually.


North Adams From Mohawk Trail
Title:
North Adams From Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



The Babbling Brook Along The Trail
Title:
The Babbling Brook Along The Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1921


Elks Memorial On Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Elks Memorial On Whitcomb Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000. Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of the trail.



The Mohwak Trail
Title:
The Mohwak Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1924

Description:
No section of the country is so noted in historic interest, which makes it interesting for sight-seers, and these were the frequent and much loved hunting grounds of the famouns Mohawk Indians. Geographically, the greater part of the trail was a part of New York State, while politically it was a part of Massachusetts. Long before the coming of the white man to America, how many years nobody knows, it was this barrier that separated two powerful divisions of the Indians inhabiting the country.


Looking Down The Western Slope
Title:
Looking Down The Western Slope
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Looking Down The East Side Of Mohawk Trail
Title:
Looking Down The East Side Of Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Hairpin Turn
Title:
Hairpin Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Deerfield River Bridge
Title:
Deerfield River Bridge
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Hair Pin Turn
Title:
Hair Pin Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000. Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of the trail



Through the Woods Approaching Drury
Title:
Through the Woods Approaching Drury
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Mohawk Trail, Through The Berkshire Hills
Title:
Mohawk Trail, Through The Berkshire Hills
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct. 27, 1914. The road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston of New York and the West and opens to automobilists a section of the beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, inaccessible on account of the heavy grades



Mohawk Trail, Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Mohawk Trail, Whitcomb Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Tourists' Mecca. The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and Charlemont, Mass. and opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty. Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually


Mohawk Trail. The famous hair pin turn
Title:
Mohawk Trail. The famous hair pin turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000. Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of the trail



Cold River Canyon on the Mohawk Trail
Title:
Cold River Canyon on the Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Mohawk Trail Rich in historic incident, with a picturesque roadway extending over fifteen miles, the Mohawk Trail was built by the state at an approximate cost of $345,000. Probably no automobile road in this country excells in natural scenery which abounds on all sides for the full length of the trail


A Long Steep Grade on the West Side, First Curve, Mohawk Trail
Title:
A Long Steep Grade on the West Side, First Curve, Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Mohawk Trail. The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and Charlemont, Mass. and opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty. Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually



View of Greenfield, Eastern end of Mohawk Trail
Title:
View of Greenfield, Eastern end of Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


View of Greenfield from Eastern end of Mohawk Trail
Title:
View of Greenfield from Eastern end of Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Approaching Hair Pin Turn
Title:
Approaching Hair Pin Turn
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
No section of the country is so noted in historic interest, which makes it interesting for sight-seers, and these were the frequent and much loved hunting grounds of the famous Mohawk Indians. Geographically, the greater part of the trail was a part of New York State, while politically it was a part of Mass- achusetts. Long before the coming of the white man to America, how many years nobody knows, it was this barrier that separated two powerful divisions of the Indians inhabiting the country


Long View, Greenfield Valley
Title:
Long View, Greenfield Valley
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



The Elk, Overlooking Deerfield River Valley
Title:
The Elk, Overlooking Deerfield River Valley
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA) PM 1936


Along the side of the Mountain
Title:
Along the side of the Mountain
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1927



Beautiful Deerfield Valley, and Distant Mountains
Title:
Beautiful Deerfield Valley, and Distant Mountains
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


The Mountain Rose Inn Western Summit
Title:
The Mountain Rose Inn Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1937 Sep-7



The Wigwam and Western Summit Cabins
Title:
The Wigwam and Western Summit Cabins
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


The Wigwam and Western Summit Cabins and Gift Shop
Title:
The Wigwam and Western Summit Cabins and Gift Shop
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Aerial View Of The Wigwam And Western Summit
Title:
Aerial View Of The Wigwam And Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series K-1969


Shelburne Mountain
Title:
Shelburne Mountain
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1930



The Wigwam And Western Summit
Title:
The Wigwam And Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Greetings From Mohawk Trail
Title:
Greetings From Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



The Wigwam And Overnight Cabins, Western Summit
Title:
The Wigwam And Overnight Cabins, Western Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Entrance To Mohawk Trail
Title:
Entrance To Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1915

Description:
Through The Berkshire Hills.Built at a cost of $368,000 and was formally opened Oct, 27, 1914. the road forms the connecting link of the State highway from Boston to New York and the West and kopens to automobilists a section of the beautiful parts of Berkshire Hills, which were up to this time, incressible on account of the heavy grades.



The First Rise on Western Slope The Mohawk Trail
Title:
The First Rise on Western Slope The Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1929


Deerfield Valley from Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Deerfield Valley from Whitcomb Summit
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



West Side, Mohawk Trail
Title:
West Side, Mohawk Trail
Mohawk Trail Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Berkshire Hills are seen at their best from this most wonderful scenic highway. It traverses the Hoosac range of Mountains between North Adams and Charlemont, Mass.and opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty. Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually




Total: 99 Items