Photo Gallery


Photo Gallery

Hollybush and the 1967 Summit history through imagery:

Portraits of Bathsheba, Ebenezer, Thomas and Samuel Whitney hang in the west parlor.

The glass industry begun in 1775 by the Stangers didn’t thrive financially until the Whitney family took over in 1835. The 12-acre complex occupied the center of the borough, bordered by Main, Academy and High streets.

Hollybush circa 1850.

Billboards greet President Johnson and Premier Kosygin.

Spectators await the arrival of President Johnson and Kosygin. Balloons and US flags are for sale while one couple holds a sign, "United for Peace."

More crowds and welcoming signs.

Johnson and Kosygin step out to wave to the crowd.

Published in the 1970 Oak yearbook, this image shows the world leaders and their families at Hollybush.

Press gather amid the trees around Hollybush. A young Dan Rather, lower left, reported from the scene.​

From the White House lectern, the leaders addressed the crowds and cameras.