Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Cottage and Museum
Robert Louis Stevenson Memorial Cottage and Museum Review
In 1887 the author of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde and Treasure Island spent a year in Saranac Lake being treated for tuberculosis. Today the quaint farmhouse where he lived contains his original furniture as well as a collection of Stevenson memorabilia, including early photographs, personal letters, and his velvet smoking jacket.
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