National Geographic : 1937 Jul
00 Photograph byWalter K. Merryman LIKE A GIANT BUNKER IN THE DISTANCE LOOMS THE PRESIDENTIAL RANGE Golf flourishes on the verdant mountain-framed plain at the north end of scenic Crawford Notch (oppositepage). The region isdotted with huge frame hotels, here called "houses," and offers views that would compensate even a duffer for his score. The first high peak from left toright isMount Washington; then follow Mount Monroe, Mount Franklin, and Mount Pleasant. The cog railway climbs this side of Mount Washington; aside road from the main Crawford Notch highway leads to the Base Station (page 74).