Women have rarely been written into the literary and social histories of woods life. This uneasy silence begins to speak through the carefully created camp designed in the 1920s by Adelaide Breckenridge and Katharine Whited. Their Adirondack home, with its book collection, annotated topographical maps, and quotation book, opens the door into a vibrant women's community, while shedding light on the literary traditions that created and documented it.
Biography – University of Hawai'I Press
Published: Jan 1, 2002