Dream Away Lodge
Title:
Dream Away Lodge
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen


Dream Away Lodge - Lady with Guitar
Title:
Dream Away Lodge - Lady with Guitar
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
The Nicest Place to be Found in the Heart of the Berkshires - Treat yourself to authentic Italian Cuisine--casual cocktails, or drinks of your own choice and individual taste. All this accompanied by costumed serenaders, who will keep you returning again and again.



Bird's Eye View, Camp Becket
Title:
Bird's Eye View, Camp Becket
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1920 Aug-17


Lookout on Crest, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Title:
Lookout on Crest, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Over the Backbone of the Hoosac River A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway East and West across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient of six percent, by graceful curves, to summit 2300 ft. above the water. First of great state road mountain cross-overs. Opened Sept. 10, 1910 with a picnic on the skyline. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America.



Tower on the Summit of Jacob's Ladder
Title:
Tower on the Summit of Jacob's Ladder
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Real Photo PM 1916 Jun-27


Yokum Lodge
Title:
Yokum Lodge
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Chrome PM 1955 Aug-24



Morey Hill Cut Off, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Title:
Morey Hill Cut Off, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Over the backbone of the Hoosac Range. A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway east and west across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient of six percent, by graceful curves, to summit 2300 ft. above tidewater. First of great state road mountain cross-overs. Opened Sept. 10, 1910 with a picnic on the skyline. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America.


Street View of Congregational Church
Title:
Street View of Congregational Church
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Becket Towards Washington
Title:
Becket Towards Washington
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM Aug-1


Claflin Hotel
Title:
Claflin Hotel
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1912 Aug-6



Sailing on Lake Rudd - Camp Becket-in-the-Berkshires
Title:
Sailing on Lake Rudd - Camp Becket-in-the-Berkshires
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Morey Hill Cut-Off, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Title:
Morey Hill Cut-Off, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1918 Aug-27

Description:
Over the backbone of the Hoosac Range. A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway east an west across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient of six percent, by graceful curves, to summit summit 2300 ft. above tiewater. First of great state road mountain cross-overs. Opened Sept. 10, 1910 with a picnic on the sky-line. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America



Scenery from the Railroad
Title:
Scenery from the Railroad
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back

Description:
1453 Feet Above the Sea-Level; The Highest Elevation on the Line of the Road


Bishop's Bend
Title:
Bishop's Bend
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1916

Description:
Jacob's Ladder Roadway. Over the Backbone of the Hoosac Range. A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway East and West across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient of six percent, by graceful curves, to summit 2300 ft. above tiewater. First of great state road mountain cross-overs. Opened Sept. 10, 1910 with a picnic on the sky-line. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America.



Morey Hill Cut - Off Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Title:
Morey Hill Cut - Off Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Jacob's Ladder Roadway. Over the Backbone of the Hoosac Range. A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway East and West across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient of six percent, by graceful curves, to summit 2300 ft. above tiewater. First of great state road mountain cross-overs. Opened Sept. 10, 1910 with a picnic on the sky-line. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America.


Lover's Lane
Title:
Lover's Lane
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused

Description:
Photochrome



Bonnyrigg Four Corners, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Title:
Bonnyrigg Four Corners, Jacob's Ladder Roadway
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1918 Aug-21

Description:
Over the backbone of the Hoosac Range A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway East and West across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient by six percent, on graceful curves, to summit 2300 feet above the water. First of great state road mountain cross-overs. Opened September 10, 1919 with a picnic on the sky-line. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America.


Becket Gorge
Title:
Becket Gorge
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Main St
Title:
Main St
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back


Entrance Gateway - Camp Becket-in-the-Berkshires
Title:
Entrance Gateway - Camp Becket-in-the-Berkshires
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused



Jack O'Lantern Cabins
Title:
Jack O'Lantern Cabins
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen

Description:
Elevation 1400 feet. Route 20, 3 miles west of Chester. 11 units; running water; inside showers & toilets; cooking facilities; trailers; cafe 1/4 mile; trout fishing; deer hunting; season April - Dec. 10. Rates $1 up; Mrs. Lucier, Mgr


Jack O'Lantern Cabins
Title:
Jack O'Lantern Cabins
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
Elevation 1400 Feet. Route 20, 3 miles west of Chester, 11 units; running water; inside showers & toilets; cooking facilities; trailers; cafe 1/4 mile; trout fishing; deer hunting; season April-Dec. 10; Rates $1 up; Mrs. Lucier, Mgr



Jacob's Ladder Summit House & Deer Monument
Title:
Jacob's Ladder Summit House & Deer Monument
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Jacob's Ladder Summit - Elevation 2300 ft. - 25,000 Gifts & Souvenirs - Deer Farm with fun for the whole family - Observation tower 4 state view Plastichrome


St. Metthews Catholic Chapel
Title:
St. Metthews Catholic Chapel
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1913



Greetings From Becket
Title:
Greetings From Becket
Becket Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1941

Description:
Lovers Retreat


Cairn on Pinnacle, Jacobs Ladder Roadway
Title:
Cairn on Pinnacle, Jacobs Ladder Roadway
Becket Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
Over the Backbone of the Hoosac Range. A superb motorway of scenic splendor, connecting Housatonic River and Westfield River Valleys. On direct highway East and West across Massachusetts. It rises at gradient of six percent, by graceful curves, to summit 2300 ft above tiewater. First of great state road mountain cross overs. Opened Sept. 10, 1910 with a picnic on the sky-line. Here Mrs. George Westinghouse raised the American flag. The Ladder cost $240,000 and is the most traveled mountain road in America





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