This wonderfully clear William Henry Jackson photograph of Saranac Lake in about 1902 appears to have been taken from Mount Pisgah looking south toward Lake Flower. Compare it to the very similar view of Saranac Lake Village, c. 1895.

Saranac Lake, c. 1902 from Mt. Pisgah. 1-Harrietstown Town Hall, 2-Riverside Inn, 3-Spaulding Block, 4-Linwood Cottage, 6-Berkeley House , 7-Saranac Lake High School, 8-The original First United Methodist Church , 9-The original St. Bernard's Church , 12-St. Luke's Church, 13-Ensine Miller's Sunnyside, 14-Grand Union Hotel , 15-Charles M. Lea House, 16-A. Fortune & Company , 17-Villa Dorsey (far right, to the right of the footbridge), 18-Branch and Callanan, 19-Stark's Hardware, 20-Saranac Lake Baptist Church, 21-4 Bloomingdale Avenue (No. 1 Chinese), 22-Arlington Hotel, 23-Hotel St. Regis, 24-Leis Block, 25-Coulter Block. (Library of Congress - Click to enlarge)

1 Harrietstown Town Hall 15 Charles M. Lea House
2 Riverside Inn 16 A. Fortune & Company
3 Spaulding Block 17 Villa Dorsey (far right, to the right of the footbridge)
4 Linwood Cottage 18 Branch and Callanan
6 Berkeley House 19 Starks Hardware
7 Saranac Lake High School 20 Saranac Lake Baptist Church
8 The original First United Methodist Church 21 4 Bloomingdale Avenue (No. 1 Chinese)
9 The original St. Bernard's Church 22 Arlington Hotel
12 St. Luke's Church 23 Hotel St. Regis
13 Ensine Miller's Sunnyside 24 Leis Block
14 Grand Union Hotel 25 Coulter Block