Avenue. New Canaan, Conn.;
St. Mark’s Episcopal Church New Canaan, Conn.;
[3.] Congregational Church and Green. New Canaan,
[4.] Approaching Horseshoe Curve, Rip Van winkle
Trail, Catskill Mountains, N.Y.;
[5.] Down the slope on Rip Van Winkle Trail, Catskill
[6.] Stony Clove Notch Near Tannersville, N.Y.,
[7.] Up the Mohican trail, Catskill Mountains,
[8.] Artistic curves on the Mohican Trail, Catskill
None of these cards show the height of the mountains.
But the quiet curves wooded to the top are characteristic.
[9.] 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.
[10.] Plaaterskill Clove, from outlook point, Catskill
Another view from my writing place. the far horizon
shows the Berkshire hills in Massachusetts. The Hudson
river is shown crossing the scene[.]
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]