Harry Hull was a surveyor and civil engineer who came to the Adirondack Cottage Sanitarium (later Trudeau Sanatorium) with tuberculosis at age 19. Hull returned home to Syracuse and got married, but after a relapse, he returned to Saranac Lake with his family and never left. Among his many other accomplishments, Hull served as the Village Engineer, and under his guidance the streets were paved with the yellow brick that sometimes peeks out under potholes today.
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[Historic Saranac Lake Collection, TCR 385. Courtesy of Kathleen Hull.]