On the fifth day of Saranac Lake-mas, your museum gave to you... golden (ok--silver) medals! In the 1932 Olympics, the Red Devils, a bobsled team from Saranac Lake took home the silver medal in the four-man bobsled! The team consisted of Henry Homburger, Percy Bryant, Francis Stevens, and Edmund Horton.
Pictured are The Saranac Lake Red Devils, Ed Horton (right), and the Stevens brothers. The other two Stevens brothers, Curtis and Hubert won gold for two-man bob.
To learn more about Saranac Lake in the Olympics visit our wiki: https://localwiki.org/hsl/Olympic_Winter_Games
[Photograph courtesy of Natalie Leduc.]
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