This Adirondack Almanac article ranks ten of the most influential people in the history of the Adirondacks, and guess who makes the list? Stoddard makes his mark on the list as the person who has made the most "impact on the region’s modern tourist economy."


The New York State Museum virtual exhibit "Seneca Ray Stoddard: Capturing the Adirondacks" walks you through the 2012 exhibition of Stoddard's Adirondack photographs in the New York State Museum.


North Country Public Radio provides a slideshow from Mark Bowie's exhibit entitled "In Stoddard's Footsteps," including modern-day photographs emulating Stoddard's style and in many of the same locations that Stoddard visited and caputured over 100 years ago.


Stoddard even makes an appearance on this Lake George Guide for tourists eager to start their vacations from afar by reading a short biography of the artist. They even provide information on where you might be able to purchase your own Stoddard original!