In this 1916 photo provided by the Littleton Area Historical Society, Edward Geddes works on anchoring turnbuckles on the Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia, N.H. Geddes, a stone quarry superintendent from Quincy, Mass., was the first man to do repair work on New Hampshire's iconic figure, which fell nearly ten years ago. (AP Photo/Littleton Area Historical Society, Rev. Guy Roberts)

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In this 1916 photo provided by the Littleton Area Historical Society, Edward Geddes works on anchoring turnbuckles on the Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia, N.H. Geddes, a stone quarry superintendent from Quincy, Mass., was the first man to do repair work on New Hampshire's iconic figure, which fell nearly ten years ago. (AP Photo/Littleton Area Historical Society, Rev. Guy Roberts)
In this 1916 photo provided by the Littleton Area Historical Society, Edward Geddes works on anchoring turnbuckles on the Old Man of the Mountain in Franconia, N.H. Geddes, a stone quarry superintendent from Quincy, Mass., was the first man to do repair work on New Hampshire's iconic figure, which fell nearly ten years ago. (AP Photo/Littleton Area Historical Society, Rev. Guy Roberts)
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