Greetings from the Berkshire Hills
Title:
Greetings from the Berkshire Hills
Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1944 Sep-6


Summit House
Title:
Summit House
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
Top of Jacobs Ladder, elevation 2300 feet. Curteich-Chicago



The Summit, Jacob's Ladder Trail
Title:
The Summit, Jacob's Ladder Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
2,000 feet above sea level.


Along the Berkshire Street R.R.
Title:
Along the Berkshire Street R.R.
Berkshire Hill Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1908 Mar-25



State Line Tunnel
Title:
State Line Tunnel
Berkshire Hills Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Between Chester and Huntington in the Berkshires, Mass.
Title:
Between Chester and Huntington in the Berkshires, Mass.
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused



A Roadway in Autumn, Berkshire Hills, Mass
Title:
A Roadway in Autumn, Berkshire Hills, Mass
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused


Jug End in the Berkshires
Title:
Jug End in the Berkshires
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome PM Sep-12

Description:
The beautiful large pool at Jug End is heated from April - November for all who enjoy a splash in sparkling clear mountain water amidst beautiful surroundings



Road to Pittsfield, Mass. in the Berkshires
Title:
Road to Pittsfield, Mass. in the Berkshires
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jan-25


Mohawk Bridge, The Mohawk Trail Through the Berkshire Hills
Title:
Mohawk Bridge, The Mohawk Trail Through the Berkshire Hills
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border

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 inaccessible on account of the heavy grades



Lunch Time Along the Mohawk Trail
Title:
Lunch Time Along the Mohawk Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM Sep-26


Greylock Memorial Monument
Title:
Greylock Memorial Monument
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Ralph H. Ford



Watering Place Along The Mohawk Trail
Title:
Watering Place Along The Mohawk Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Linen PM 1917 Jun-11


Glimpse Of Laurel Lake
Title:
Glimpse Of Laurel Lake
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1923 Jul-14

Description:
Glimpse of Laurel Lake Between Lee and Lenox



View of Summit at the Jocobs Ledder in the Bershires
Title:
View of Summit at the Jocobs Ledder in the Bershires
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused


Church On The Hill Lenox
Title:
Church On The Hill Lenox
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome PM 1959



Berkshire Festival At Tanglewood
Title:
Berkshire Festival At Tanglewood
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome PM 1951


Summit House
Title:
Summit House
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1929

Description:
Top of Jacob's Ladder in the Berkshires



Summit House Jacob's Ladder
Title:
Summit House Jacob's Ladder
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1930

Description:
Top of Jacob's Ladder Mass. In the Berkshires Elevation 2300 feet


Whitcomb Hill Mohawk Trail
Title:
Whitcomb Hill Mohawk Trail
Berkshires 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.



Air View Of Whitcomb Summit
Title:
Air View Of Whitcomb Summit
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Air view of Whitcomb Summit at the top of Mohawk Trail in Berkshires, Mass.


Shadowbrook
Title:
Shadowbrook
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Shadowbrook, Jesuit Novitiate for New England, overlooking Stockbridge Bowl in the beautiful Berkshires. This building was occupied in 1958, replacing a former great Lenox mansion that served as a novitiate for more than thirty years until it was destroyed by fire in 1956.



The Rock Pile
Title:
The Rock Pile
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Linen unused

Description:
The Summit of Jacobs Ladder in the Berkshires. Elevation 2,300 feet.


The Heart Of The Berkshire Hills
Title:
The Heart Of The Berkshire Hills
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906



Between Chester And Huntington In The Berkshires
Title:
Between Chester And Huntington In The Berkshires
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Loking Down Eastern Approach, Mohawk Trail
Title:
Loking Down Eastern Approach, Mohawk Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



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


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



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


View Fron Whitcomb's Summit, Mohawk Trail
Title:
View Fron Whitcomb's Summit, Mohawk Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Eastern Approach To Whitcomb's Summit, Mohawk Trail
Title:
Eastern Approach To Whitcomb's Summit, Mohawk Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused


Deerfield Valley From Mohawk Tail
Title:
Deerfield Valley From Mohawk Tail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



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


The Rock Pile, Jacobs Ladder Trail
Title:
The Rock Pile, Jacobs Ladder Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1929



Jacob's Ladder Trail
Title:
Jacob's Ladder Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused

Description:
The Summit - 2,000 Feet above sea level.


Cold River Bridge, The Mohawk Trail, Through the Berkshire Hills
Title:
Cold River Bridge, The Mohawk Trail, Through the Berkshire Hills
Berkshires 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, inaccessible on account of the heavy grades



A Big Turn of the Mohawk Trail Through the Berkshires
Title:
A Big Turn of the Mohawk Trail Through the Berkshires
Berkshires 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 Charlemont Mass and opens to travel a virgin country of rare beauty. Hundreds of thousands of motorists cross the trail annually


Nearing the end of the Mohawk Trail through the Berkshire Hills
Title:
Nearing the end of the Mohawk Trail through the Berkshire Hills
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border unused



Tyringham Art Galleries Art School
Title:
Tyringham Art Galleries Art School
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Chrome unused

Description:
Series BE-120 Main exhibit hall of the Tyringham Art Galleries, Art School and Workshop in the famous Gingerbread House at Tyringham in the Beautiful Berkshires, Mass.


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



Eastern Approach To Whitcomb's Summit, Mohawk Trail
Title:
Eastern Approach To Whitcomb's Summit, Mohawk Trail
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), White Border PM 1918


An Old Bridge on Hoosac Mountain
Title:
An Old Bridge on Hoosac Mountain
Berkshires Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back unused





Total: 42 Items