Letter 651

[1.] Oenoke Avenue. New Canaan, Conn.;
[2.] St. Mark’s Episcopal Church New Canaan, Conn.;
[3.] Congregational Church and Green. New Canaan, Conn.;
[4.] Approaching Horseshoe Curve, Rip Van winkle Trail, Catskill Mountains, N.Y.;
[5.] Down the slope on Rip Van Winkle Trail, Catskill Mts., N.Y.;
[6.] Stony Clove Notch Near Tannersville, N.Y., Catskill Mts.;
[7.] Up the Mohican trail, Catskill Mountains, N.Y.;
[8.] Artistic curves on the Mohican Trail, Catskill Mountains, N.Y.
None of these cards show the height of the mountains. But the quiet curves wooded to the top are characteristic.
Rip Van Winkle Trail from Santa Cruz Park. Haines Fall in the Catskill Mts., N.Y.
One view I see from the piazza where I write.
Plaaterskill Clove, from outlook point, Catskill Mts., N.Y.;
Katterskill Clove
Another view from my writing place. the far horizon shows the Berkshire hills in Massachusetts. The Hudson river is shown crossing the scene[.]

  1. In an envelope postmarked Haines Falls, N.Y. 3 (or perhaps 8) July 1928, Carman sent Lawrence ten postcards of various scenes in New Canaan and the Catskill Mountains. The titles and inscriptions on the postcards are given above. [back]