A photograph found at Moss Ledge, possibly of Isabel Ballantine, dated between 1898 and 1911
Courtesy of the Adirondack Experience
Isabel A. Ballantine passport application, 1921Born: January 23, 1864

Died: June 21, 1946

Isabel Abbert Ballantine owned Moss Ledge Camp on Upper Saranac Lake.  She was a daughter of Peter Hood Ballantine and Isabella Ballantine, and a grand-daughter of Ballantine Beer founder Peter Ballantine.

Brooklyn Daily Eagle, July 8, 1900

…Miss I. A. Ballantine of Newark is to take possession of Moss Ledge Camp...

New York Globe and Commercial Advertiser, June 24, 1904

Miss Isabel A. Ballantine of Morris Plains, who has a camp on the Upper Saranac Lake, called Moss Ledge Camp, has been directing extensive improvements there, and she has made it one of the prettiest in the woods.

New York Times, June 23, 1946


Miss Isabel A. Ballantine, a daughter of the late Peter H. and Isabel Linen Ballantine, died Friday at her residence, 620 Park Avenue, at the age of 82. She was a member of the Colony Club of this city and the Morris County, N. J., Golf Club. Among: her nephews and nieces are Peter H. B. Frelinghuysen, Matilda Frelinghuysen, Robert and Isabel Cumming.

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