Thanks for helping me locate the Bentley prints.
I've ordered several from the site you referred me to(Vermont
Snowflakes). Best wishes,
14 Sep 2000,Alicia Volk
I noticed Dorothy Wallace-Senft's comments on
this page. I've been trying to find her whereabouts for sometime. Dorothy
-- if you read this, please send me a message!
Hello, I am a geomorphlogist. I work on avalanche
in General Directorate of Disaster Affairs in Turkey to mitigate avalanche
effects with famous snow and avalanche research institutes (Cemagref and
Sfisar). So, Me and our avalanche team interest all structures in the World
about ski resorts, avalanche potentials and types. We collect the books,
maps, brochures, articles etc. about natural beauties, historical goods,
etc. also about ski resorts in your beutiful country in both in french and
english (because of we study in both languages) So, We wonder also, all
those things about USA. We may come to there. Who knows? Can you find something
? Could you sent? Thank you for your interest. Warm regards,
8 Aug 2000, Avalanche Team,General Directorate
Dear Friends: I was the principal at Jericho High
School in Jericho Center from l958 to 1961. I was a most wonderful experience
for me and my family. I would enjoy hearing from the graduates of that era.
P.S. We lived in a house next door to Snowflake Bentley
August 7, 2000, Donald B. Conrad email
I want to thanks you for your web page about snow
flakes. Being a teacher (A course called Mathematical Art with Computers)
I find the pictures useful and inspirational. Thanks again, --
5 Jul 2000, Dani Novak, Ithaca College
This is a great site! I'm a teacher and just read a book to
my class today about Wilson Bentley. It was very interesting to the children!
If you have any other free information on this man, could you send it to
14 Oct 1999, Georgia Paris
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I am a software engineer working in InVision visualization
lab at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. We are undertaking production of
a short educational video under the direction of Dr. Dorothy Hall, a snow
researcher from the Hydrological Sciences Branch. The purpose of the video
is to show why scientists study snow and ice and how their studies benefit
society as a whole.
One case study on the video will discuss snow crystals and
the early work done by Wilson Bentley. Could we obtain any of images of
Wilson Bentley and his snow crystals for inclusion in our production? What
cost will be associated with obtaining your images for use in this non-profit,
educational video production? I'd appreciate any information you could provide
for me in this regard.
13 Oct 1999, Cindy Starr
What a beautiful website. The snowflake photographs are exquisite.
It shows how each tiny particle of life is lovely and magical.
13 Oct 1999, Jennifer Q. Olszewski
Your site is absolutely amazing and the pictures of the snowflake
were fabulous. I was looking for reference pictures all night for a class
project that I'm working on. Thank you very much for putting time into this
28 Sep 1999, Barry Mlodossich
Beautiful images. I'm taking a photomicrography class and would
love to learn how he made those photographs!
18 Sep 1999, Daniella Scalice
I like your website that you made for kids like me. I have
a brother. My mom and dad are nice.
14 Sept 1999, Aundrea Chaplin
I enjoyed your display very much. I can remember when I was
in college a math professor saying the snowflake was the most difficult
subject to model mathematically. I was just wondering - has anyone in your
organization ever seen or heard of a program which generates snowflakes?
I hope you can think of any rumors or leads on this most fascinating
8 Sept 1999, John Grafrath
I have enjoyed looking at these delightful snowflakes for some
time. These pictures are more important to me now that we have moved to
a non-snow climate. It just occurred to me that Bentley might be surprised
to find out his popularity now that we can "see" his work on line.
It's priceless. Thank you for your efforts. And yes, I would
love to read "Snow Crystals."
28 Aug 1999, Susan Scott
I enjoyed very much viewing the Bentley snowflake photographs.
Growing up in northern Alberta, Canada, snowflakes were very much a part
of our lives. This was especially so in the Christmas season as you will
see if you visit my website called "Dave's
21 Aug 1999, Dave Stredulinsky
Hello my name is Brian Richard Bentley. I am related to Snowflake
Wilson Bentley thru my fathers side of the family. Please send me any info
on Snow Flake Wilson Bentley.
21 Aug 1999, Brian Richard Bentley
I'm so glad to see this site on the web. I just recently came
into knowledge of our family tree and found out Wilson Bentley is my great
uncle. My grandfather was Archel Bentley. It is interesting to see others
related to Bentley have found this web site also. I will definitely be making
a trip to Jericho to see the museum and I would also love to receive the
newsletter. Thanks! Meriden, CT
21 Aug 1999, Brenda Skonieczny
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I am a teacher's aid in an elementary school in Indiana. The
class is made up of children with emotional handicaps. We try to find special
days to share with them. One of the days we are planning is "Snow Day."
Is it possible for you to send us some information on Snowflake Bentley?
Maybe some of your brochures or other information?
I recently purchased a children's book titled "Snowflake Bentley"
written by Jacqueline Briggs Martin. What a fabulous book with adorable
pictures!! Just thought maybe you could sell it at the Old Mill as a way
to raise funds. It sure is a nice book... I used to live on Foothills Drive
off of Raceway in Underhill and that book sure brought back memories....
15 Aug 1999, Patti Whisman
My students and I enjoyed your website so much last winter
after reading the new Caldecott winner Snowflake Bentley. Your web site
We live in an area of the country that does not receive very
much snowfall. When the weatherman predicts snow here, everyone gets very
excited. The students were amazed when we used a tape measure to measure
125" on a wall in the media center - the average amount of snowfall in your
town. P.W. Moore Elementary, Elizabeth City, NC.
14 Aug 1999, Kathryn Blades
I am looking forward to using Snowflake Bentley with students
at my school this winter. We are located in Santa Monica, California and
do not have the experience of snow. Thank you for making the snowflakes
available for printing.
5 Aug 1999, Linda Friedman
Hi, am so glad to subscribe!!
I Love snowflakes, though I am not outdoorsy, a gentle snowstorm
with large flakes can send me outside with a piece of dark velvet and magnifying
glass. It is great to think that Snowflake Bently lived not far from here.
I think that the photos are just timeless as well as beautiful. Jericho,
It makes me in awe of what God forms.
4 Aug 1999, Grace Brunelle
I am a granddaughter of Agnes (Bentley) Whittemore. My father
(Kenneth) was interested in photography and reproduced many of the snowflake
pictures from the original plates, which I believe were later donated to
the museum by my Uncle Ralph Whittemore. I have several of the photographs
my father made. As a matter of fact for Christmas this last year I had some
of them copies and matted to give to my sister and my daughter. My daughter
visited the museum last summer and I hope to visit some time this year.
I would very much like to receive the Bentley newsletter "Snow Crystals."
My sister (Diane Williams in Justin, Texas) sent me a copy of the most recent
newsletter...I didn't even know it existed!
15 Jul 1999, Claudia Milette
I am writing an article that focuses upon the technique that
Mr. Bentley developed and used to measure raindrops. While the history is
interesting and important, the focus is upon using the approach to measure
the size of drops as part of school science curricula. We will gladly share
a copy of the article with your organization when it is published.
15 Jul 1999, Thomas E. McDuffie, EdD
Very beautiful, well presented. We need more web sites like
this. LCB Australia.
9 Jul 1999, Len Borrow
I just ordered and received "Snow Crystals" Mr. Bentley's book.
I am an avid fan of the writings of Edwin Way Teale, the naturalist, and
in his book "Wandering Thur Winter" one of four in the American Seasons
Series Mr. Teale told the story of Mr. Bentley and his work. As Mr. Teale
left the farm where Mr. Bentley did his work Mr. Teale commented that the
state of Vermont should recognize his work with snow crystals. I am glad
to learn this has been done.
This is a very enjoyable site that I highly recommend, and
enjoyed very much. I would like to see the exhibit sometime.
4 Jul 1999, Dick Ratliff
Please send me information when the CD is available! BEAUTIFUL
photos! The Lord sure is creative!
3 Jul 1999, Jeremy Hanson
We are educators for the DeKalb School District at Lincoln
Elementary School in DeKalb, Illinois. We are taking a class this summer
on producing internet based projects for children, grades K-4. We have chosen
the 1999 Caldecott Winning book "Snowflake Bentley." as our topic. We discovered
your wonderful site while searching the net for info. We are planning to
set up a link to your page for the children to read.
30 Jun 1999, Debbie Prellwitz
We have a small collection of lantern slides we believe to
be copies of the Bentley snowflake lantern slides. What we would like to
inquire is are you aware and can you advise any publication of listings
of original and copy lantern slides so we can determine which we have?
15 Jun 1999, Tina V. Furtado, archivist
I love this site!! I have one of Duncan Blanchard's books.
I am his great great niece. Agnes Bentley Whittemore was my grandmother.
My sister sent me the book this last Christmas along with some of his photographs
mounted in a frame.
Please let me know when you update this site. Thank You.
9 Jun 1999, Diane Whittemore Williams
If Wilson A. Bentley were alive today, I would marry him. :)
Thank you for making this site so beautiful and wonderful. I visit regularly.
9 Jun 1999, Nikki
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You are doing a fine job in preserving Snowflake's work. Hopefully
your site will open the eyes of another generation to the wonders that Snowflake
wanted to share with us. I know it has mine.
It is only a pity I live in New Zealand, half a world away
from your museum.
2 Jun 1999, Mike Crump
I am a snow flake fanatic and am currently taking a photography
class. I am ecstatic to find a photographer specializing in the intricate
beauty of snowflakes.
1 Jun 1999, Karin Stapleton
We have a small collection of snowflake lantern slides that
I believe are Bentley's work. Could you please send us some information
on this artist. Your website is quite informative. Also, how many other
repositories have collections of his work that you are aware of. I wish
I was closer so I could come and view your exhibit. Actually our library
has had these for quite some time. The recent publication of the children's
book Snowflake Bentley is what alerted us to the photographer. I may have
to order a copy for the Archives. Are there any other sources published
that you can advise? Any help is most appreciated.
25 May 1999, Tina V. Furtado
Having recently acquired access to the Internet, I was thrilled
to be able to locate information on Bentley's photography. I first read
about his work from the original 1930's book of photographs - a copy of
which was owned by my landlord when I attended graduate school in New York
state. When is a CD collection (mentioned on your website) going to be available?
24 May 1999, James Schaeffer
Please add me to your newsletter. I've been studying how snow
crystals form, and I have a snow crystal web site at http://www.cco.caltech.edu/
22 May 1999, Ken Libbrecht
Mr. Bentley's story is wonderful and bittersweet. I found this
Website after reading "Snowflake Bentley" with my children. The images are
beautiful and inspiring, and I will be very interested in the CD-ROM. Please
send me the newsletter. Thanks.
18 May 1999, Matt Mazza and Family
Hello, would you please be so kind as to send me, via email
the Bentley newsletter "Snow Crystals" and also let me know when there are
changes to this website.
I am a teacher-librarian in Vancouver B.C. and I've just finished
reading "Snowflake Bentley" the 1998 Caldecott winner. During the summer
I hope to work on a "Snow" theme unit for my school and this website will
be one of the stations which will be used.
16 May 1999, Rob McGuinness
Please add me to the list for the Bentley newsletter. Your
website is a great tribute to the beauty of snowflakes and a great man.
I work in the Snow Survey program of the USDA Natural Resources
Conservation Service, who measure snow in the Western US ( and are slowly
spreading to the East). Our agency has been around since the 1930's measuring
snow, so it is great to know there is historical snow organizations that
keep people informed about the snow information, people and the way they
looked at snow in the past. If you would like anything from me from the
current "snow" science world, just email me! On a personal note, I came
across a children's book about Snowflake Bentley for my family, and so was
happy to see your web page!
10 May 1999, Jolyne Lea
Wonderful site. I would like to be added to your email newsletter
list. A friend forwarded one to me and I enjoyed it very much.
10 May 1999, T. Woodbury
Thank you for the nice update. I particularly enjoyed hearing
about the montage and, of course, Dunc's (Duncan Blanchard's) musings. I
try to have Monday lunch with him and several others of the original Atmospheric
Sciences Research Center "Lunch Bunch" (AKA The Curmudgeons), in Albany,
NY. He muses there too. Great fun and intellectually stimulating.
I hope that in the CD and related works that will come from
your efforts you somehow instill the adventure and hard work involved in
doing science/art the Bentley way.
Come to think of it--perhaps a "Bentley Snowflake Field School"
should be instituted wherein kids especially, but anyone willing to pay
a modest fee could go to Jericho in January and photograph snowflakes in
the time honored Bentley technique. Only cold fingers and snow down your
back can bring out the true sense of what he accomplished. If you want to
"cheat" a little, try capturing some snow crystals on a velvet plate and
touch them with some of my late father's (Vincent J. Schaefer) plastic solution
(Formvar) and take them inside for photomicrographic treatment. Either way
it will impress upon the participant, in a unique way, the thrill and sweat
of Bentley's accomplishments long ago. Cheers.
10 May 1999, Jim Schaefer
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I wanted to learn more about Mr. Bentley and found the information
on your website. I really like the photographs of the beautiful snow crystals,
25 Apr 1999, Connor Brew
I own a timeshare at the Trapp Lodge in Stowe Vermont. I also
teach Children's Literature at Canisius College in Buffalo, N.Y. I will
be going to Stowe on August 21, 1999. I can't wait to visit your museum.
21 Apr 1999, Julia C. Weidemann
I first read about Mr. Bentley and his snowflake pictures in
Edwin Way Teale's book, Wandering Through Winter. And so I was glad to find
your web site and its tribute to Mr. Bentley. I am writing and illustrating
a nature book and would like to do three scratch board illustrations of
Snow Crystals #01, 02 and 08. Would this be possible?
17 Apr 1999, Tom Todd
I am a born again Christian. I thank Mr. Bentley for helping
people to see another one of god's wonderful creations. Mr. Bentley was
a Master at his work. When I first saw his snowflakes in the book "Snowflake
Bentley" by Jacqueline Martin, I was in awe. His work, I believe, is a visual
testimony to god's existence. After all, it doesn't make sense that this,
true snowflake beauty, could have accidentally and randomly occurred. Thanks
again Mr. Bentley.
16 Apr 1999, David Buckner
I found your website when I was searching for snowflakes, and
I was struck with the beauty of the images. I am currently working on my
own personal website (not a commercial website in any way, shape or form)
and I wanted to ask if I could use one or two of the pictures you have on
my site, with credit to Mr. Bentley and your site, including a link to your
My site is going to be designed around what gives the spirit
happiness, and the images I saw were inspirational. I would like to share
this with my friends and family. But I wanted to ask permission first. I
don't want to make anyone mad. Thank you very much for your time.
12 Apr 1999, Katrinna Lynna Pint
Thank you for providing this website. I am an elementary school
librarian in Huntsville, Alabama. We read "Snowflake Bentley" today in the
library for the first time. Since it won the Caldecott Medal this year,
it will be a staple in my curriculum. Thanks again!
7 Apr 1999, Liz Burns Glenn
I would like to be notified in the future of any additional
samples or the availability of the snowflake compact disk.
6 Apr 1999, Emil Zyskowski
It's the first time I see such an interesting work.
2 Apr 1999, Maziere
Your beautiful web site saved the day: my daughter's Junior
Girl Scout troop inadvertently neglected a snowflake-studying activity needed
to earn their Frosty Fun badge until now, when even the remnants of the
incredible 43-inch snowfall here in Rochester, NY have melted away. Thank
you so very much for sharing Mr. Bentley's images with the world--they are
30 Mar 1999, Diane Hillman
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I would like to receive the SNOW CRYSTALS newsletter. Thank
30 Mar 1999, Jeremy Rendina
I'm an elementary school teacher who was introduced to Wilson
Bentley by a colleague. I am absolutely fascinated with his work! The children
at our school have been studying weather and have also become big fans of
Snowflake Bentley. The slide show is a big hit in our school!
28 Mar 1999, Anne Sheehy
I am very interested in purchasing the CD of over 100 snowflake
images ASAP in order to design my winter wedding invitations. Please contact
when this becomes available, I hope by the summer. Thank You!!
23 Mar 1999, Laurel Ash
When my son was born last year, I wanted to start a nice collection
of something for him. I decided that sterling and pewter snowflake ornaments
would be really nice - they would not take much storage space, could be
really "classy," each would be unique, and they would make a wonderful Christmas
tree by themselves. I was delighted to type in "snowflakes" on my websearch
and discover Snowflake Bentley. However, in the last month, you've redesigned
your website and now I can't get to the page of information on how to order
the snowflakes (and T-shirts). Can you help?
22 Mar 1999, Sally Nixon
Nature is surely beautiful no matter what view you take of
it! This is a breathtaking website. Congratulations!
17 Mar 1999, Rene Savady
My name is Ivana Grubisic and I am a student of Anthropology
at the University of Belgrade. Your site about snow crystals is really beautiful
and I ask you to send me some more pictures of snow crystals, because I
need them for seminary paper. In my country Yugoslavia I cannot found in
any library book with pictures of snow flakes, so please help me you are
my last chance. Please don't send me pictures of crystals from your site!
Thank you very much, best regards Ivana Grubisic!
16 Mar 1999, Ivana Grubisic
What a wonderful place!
15 Mar 1999, Scott Scheidt
I have three original snowflake photos taken by Wilson Bentley
and purchased by me at Camp Abnaki when I was a lad. They are approximately
2x2 and signed by Bentley on the back of the photo. Please advise where
I can obtain appraisal and/or value of these photos. Thank You
13 Mar 1999, Walter Bell
E-mail any newsletters you can! I homeschool and you site has
been very helpful!
12 Mar 1999, Linda Trudell
I am doing a science project on raindrop size using Mr. Bentley's
method. Any information that could be sent either e-mail or postal mail
would be of help. Thank you.
7 Mar 1999, Anne Price
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I was outside looking at snowflakes under the microscope with
my daughter today. We decided to look on the Internet for more examples.
Thanks for a very well presented site. I especially like the way that you
have presented the twelve images. Coming from a usability specialist, I
don't think you could have done a better job.
6 Mar 1999, Richard Porter
Great update of the site! I stumbled upon your site after "Snowflake
Bentley" won the Caldecott Medal; I am a library media specialist from Connecticut
and will be using some info from your site as part of my Caldecott medal
unit with first graders. I've enjoyed the site very much and like the new
info and improvements. I'm especially interested in any photos of W. A.
B. you could add to the site.
3 Mar 1999, K. Nowak
Thanks for providing access to these beautiful photos. I like
your site and the illustrations by Ms. Chaikin are very nice and add a nice
handmade quality to the site.
3 Mar 1999, David Lustgarten
I am particularly interested in your website. Uncle Willie
was my great uncle. My summers were spent in Vermont (I'm from Pittsburgh,
PA) throughout my childhood. My grandmother Hunt (Amy Bentley Hunt) entertained
me with stories constantly of Uncle Willie and his repeated frustrating
attempts at trying to capture snowflakes. She was the niece that helped
Uncle Willie with his work. I've decided in the past couple years that I
need to do something in honor of my uncle. I realize that a recent children's
book has been written. I called the author to compliment her on her work.
I also see that Mr. Blanchard has just published a biography. I'm anxious
to order a copy and read it.
25 Feb 1999, Elizabeth Palmer Fazzini
Its hard to believe something so small could be so intricate
and beautiful! I hope you find some more! thank you.
25 Feb 1999, Frederick Rawlings
I am a Vermont native (Fairfax) and have been interested in
Bentley's work since childhood.
21 Feb 1999, James M. Soule
Hi! I am very excited to see this web site! I have been a
Snowflake Bentley fan for 3 years ever since I found "Snow Crystals" in
the Hood River, Oregon Public Library. I was creating a winter ecology ski
tour at the time and came up with the idea of making a "snowflake thermometer"
as a fun way for people to see the different snowflake shapes that form
at different temperatures. I cut out hundreds of the snowflakes and pasted
them on to a rectangular strip of poster board along with a drawing of a
thermometer. It certainly was stunning. I have subsequently made three others,
just finishing my 4th yesterday where it is hanging in the Beaver Creek,
Colorado Nordic Center. This time I pasted the flakes on a black background
and it came out much better - quite elegant. I think Snowflake Bentley would
be proud. I am proud to say that I am pretty much a native Vermonter myself.
20 Feb 1999, Dorothy A. Wallace-Senft
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Several years ago I purchased a book on Snowflake Bentley
at the bookshop in Manchester. I really enjoyed reading it. Since than I
had heard or read that someone found two alike snowflakes. do you have any
information on this? Also, the Caldecott Award for children just awarded
the book Snowflake Bentley as the best illustrated book for children in
20 Feb 1999, Edward Burnheter
What a gift to humanity! Snowflakes are marvelous. Thanks
for all you do in keeping this story alive.
19 Feb 1999, Lorna Stoltzfus
I am reading,"The Snowflake Man" and love it. I became aware
of the Bentley through a children's book called, 'Snowflake Bentley' published
last year. It recently won an award for it's illustrations and that when
I read about it. I grew up in Northern NY (St.Lawrence Co.)and now live
in North Carolina, we miss the snow!
Anyway, I think Wilson Bentley was a fascinating man and I
think your efforts to keep his work and memory alive are wonderful.
17 Feb 1999, Martha Vining
I didn't see the following title offered on your book list
and wondered if you are aware of it's existence--"Snowflake Bentley" by
Jacqueline Briggs Martin, Illustrated by Mary Azarian. I ordered it for
my children this winter and it is what prompted us to search for your web
site. Thank you for sharing the marvelous photographs of the snowflakes.
16 Feb 1999, Susan Thompson
Thank you so much. I was looking for photos of snowflakes and
came upon your fabulous site! I would be very interested in learning more
14 Feb 1999, Jacquelyn London
What fun to reacquaint myself with Snowflake Bentley!
14 Feb 1999, Mary Kay Letsinger
LOVE your webpage. One of our teachers does this with her
third grades. I can't wait to show the students.
14 Feb 1999, Bonnie Davis
Your sight is wonderful. Thank you for sharing the snowflake
photos with our children at Hinkletown Mennonite School. We are reading
the new Caldecott winner "Snowflake Bentley" and having the pictures to
look at is perfect. Please let us know when you update the sight. Jan Landes,
library media specialist Hinkletown Mennonite School, Ephrata.
14 Feb 1999, Jan Landes
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What BEAUTIFUL photographs! What a patient man! Another who
was interested in snowflakes before his early death in the early 1890s was
Gustaf Nordenskiöld of Stockholm, Sweden. Please notify me when you have
updates! Thank you again for reminding me how creative Mother Nature is!
14 Feb 1999, Kathy Carlson
I find this site to be amazing. I've been planning to get a
tattoo of a snowflake or two, and this site has given me some great ideas.
I also enjoyed learning a bit about the man and his method behind these
10 Feb 1999, Steve Burr
The snowflake displays are FABULOUS!!! Thanks for doing this!!!
9 Feb 1999, Sandie Page
Thank you for your hard work. I haven't explored the site
yet, but am looking forward to it.
7 Feb 1999, Donna Faith K-Brooks
This type of informative, educational and interesting site
is exactly what the www needs more of. Keep up the exceptional effort.
7 Feb 1999, D.A.KROUT
In the 1950's, my father helped my sister do a science fair
project on snowflakes, or crystals as we came to know them. It's a great
family story. As a children's librarian, I came across the Snowflake Bentley
book and ordered it for the children. What a great story and a great book.
The photos on your web page are beautiful.
28 Jan 1999, Judy Veris-Decker
Many of our students are studying Snowflake Bentley. What
a neat site!
27 Jan 1999, Joan Havey
Thanks for the great site on Bentley and snowflakes. As you
add images to the snow crystal display, could you add some of the other
shapes such as needles, columns, dendrites, columns capped with plates?
My daughter wanted to download images of the different shapes and has been
unable to find any.
23 Jan 1999, Nancy McGhee
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As I look out my window there is lots of snow here in Minnesota.
I have just been introduced to Mr. Bentley through the new children's book
I'm seen in The Red Balloon Bookstore in St. Paul, Mn and I'm enchanted.
What a wonderful life's work he left behind and what beauty. I commend you
for your website and I look forward to finding the books you suggest and
learning more about Mr. Bentley and his work. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
22 Jan 1999, Barbara Edstrom
Your web site was fun. I am a six year old girl.
21 Jan 1999, alyssa
We love your site, and refer our users to it regularly.
20 Jan 1999, Diana Starr
I just received the snowflake prints in the mail today. Thank
you! They are just beautiful. I plan to have them framed and put in my classroom.
My students were so excited. Can the book, Snow Crystals be purchased in
bookstores? Again, thank you for the prints.
19 Jan 1999, Maggie McInnis
I teach second grade in Delaware.. any links or lessons that
would enhance a unit on snow ...? This is a great site!
18 Jan 1999, karen hammer
I truly enjoyed looking through Wilson Bentley's collection
of snowflakes. Thank you for taking the time and trouble to place such a
beautify collection where I could enjoy it.
18 Jan 1999, Bill Maurer