Fragments of an Earlier World


Obverse:

The Profile, Franconia Notch, White Mts., N.H.

Publisher:

unknown

MNM#01-01006

The most famous of all rock faces, which sadly collapsed on May 3, 2005.

Popularized by Nathaniel Hawthorne in his short story "The Great Stone Face." It is New Hampshire's state symbol, reproduced on quarters, licensce plates, stamps, decorative china, and hundreds of postcards. Trail directions at www.gorp.com.

GPS N 44° 09.632, W 71° 41.001

Other views of this formation:

The Profile The Profile
The Profile
Fragments of an Earlier World Stone Faces Gazetteer Stone Faces Map


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