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The Old Man of the Mountain Legacy Fund With the collapse of the Old Man of the Mountain on May 3, 2003, New Hampshire lost a beloved icon. Since that day, friends of the Old Man from throughout the Granite State and beyond have continued to celebrate the strength and spirit of the Profile. The Old Man of the Mountain Legacy Fund, with the support of hundreds of people, has created the Profiler Plaza in Franconia Notch as a lasting monument to honor the Old Man. The Plaza will eventually be turned over to the New Hampshire Division of Parks.
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Donate to the Old Man Memorial/Profiler Plaza.  The Old Man of the Mountain Profiler Plaza is along the shore of Profile Lake in Franconia Notch State Park. The Plaza was dedicated in 2011 thanks to the generous support of friends of the Old Man from throughout the Granite State and far beyond. The Plaza includes seven profilers, which recreate the Old Man's visage looking over Franconia Notch, as well as 1,000 granite paver stones. The Plaza's creation and upkeep has been entirely supported by private donations. Make your donation or buy a paver and help preserve the legacy of the Old Man of the Mountain for future generations.

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