Film negative showing Esther White and Elizabeth Jones in a canoe on the lake at Pocono Lake. Two narrow sticks serve as masts and a makeshift sail unfurls near the center of the canoe. One of the women wears a sailor suit and steers the canoe. The Pocono Lake Preserve was pioneered by a group of Quakers, including Isaac Sharpless, who camped in the area in 1904. In 1908, this group bought the property from the Pocono Mountain Ice Company and designed it as a basic, rustic campground.; Forms part of Marriott C. Morris Collection.