"The Old Man of The Mountain" Comes Home to Governor John Lynch
Concord, New Hampshire -- On June 21, 2007 at the New Hampshire State House a framed
photograph of New Hampshire's 'Old Man of the Mountain' was presented to the Honorable
Governor John H. Lynch.
The 'Old Man of the Mountain' became the official emblem of New Hampshire in 1945. The
site Has Been a Landmark for over 100 years. This national treasure was lost for all time when most of the face fell off the Mountain on May 3, 2003.
The Photograph of 'The Old Man of the Mountain' was taken by Elizabeth Ford in the Fall
Elizabeth was born and raised in Mississippi. Living and traveling in the south with family and friends she gained a deep appreciation of nature and people of all ages. This appreciation of Nature (at it's Best) and Individuals that gave us Lasting Memories, has continued to expand with her collection of photographs of New Hampshire and other neighboring states. Today she lives in New Hampshire with her husband, three daughters and eleven grandchildren.
More of her work can be seen at
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