This is the second volume in a series on the grand hotels and camps of the Rangeley Region and tells the story of the Rangeley Lake House. This hotel was the largest one in the region and could... More > accommodate over 300 guests at its peak.
The primary source of information in this book was found in newspaper articles, specifically those written by Cornelia “Flyrod” Crosby, who regularly visited camps and hotels in Rangeley for many years. Her articles were chronicled in the Phillips Phonograph, later to be known as the Maine Woods, and in the (Farmington) Journal-Chronicle.< Less
This is the first volume in a series of studies on the Hotels and camps of the Rangeley Region. An interest in the big hotels that once dotted our area, but are now long gone, sparked this project. ... More > In many ways, “Fly Rod” Crosby has kept it going.< Less