The Old Man of the Mountain, also known as the Great Stone Face or the Profile, was a series . 1945 — The Old Man is made the New Hampshire State Emblem . 1955 — President Dwight D. Eisenhower visits the profile as part of the Old.
His father’s ashes were buried in the Old Man’s left eye. That should tell you a lot about David Nielsen of Belmont, who placed them there himself, a year before the Granite State lost a mighty profile on Cannon Mountain in Franconia. “Losing the Old Man was as much of a loss as.
Caretaker to the Old Man of the Mountain | Yankee Classic. Before New Hampshire's symbol fell on May 3, 2003, Niels Nielsen acted as caretaker for the Old Man of the Mountain for decades. Excerpt from “The Old Man Comes Down from the Mountain,” Yankee Magazine, July 1991.
On May 3, 2003, the craggy rock face known as New Hampshire's Old Man of the Mountain tumbled to the ground in spectacular fashion. For a landmark that.
FRANCONIA, N.H. — There is no replacing the Old Man of the Mountain, the beloved natural landmark that tumbled from its craggy perch at.