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Cover Treasure: The Life and Art of Margaret Armstrong

Cover Treasure: The Life and Art of Margaret Armstrong

COVER TREASURE The Life and Art of Margaret Armstrong by Lowell Thing 456 full-color pages 8 ½ x 11, printed casebound ISBN: 978-1-883789-99-2, Price: $75.00 A VISUAL FEAST • Over 700 color images • Includes every known cover design • The ultimate Margaret Armstrong reference “The book is stunning.” Holly Phillips, Collections Manager, Acquisitions, Thomas J. Watson Library, The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Cover Treasure provides a thorough overview of Armstrong and her milieu, richly illustrated by excellent images of Armstrong's book covers and numerous historic photographs.”...
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Mohonk and the Smileys

Mohonk and the Smileys

MOHONK AND THE SMILEYS A National Historic Landmark and the Family That Created It By Larry E. Burgess, Foreword by Bert Smiley 8 ¼″ x 9 3/8″, 240 full-color pages, over 200 illustrations Cloth, ISBN 9781883789923, $45.00 Mohonk and the Smileys: A National Historic Landmark and the Family That Created It chronicles the history and enduring legacy of a unique resort whose aim has always been to create and sustain a peaceful, contemplative environment for the betterment of human relations and for improved relations between people and the world around them. It is a story that includes the...
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Charles S. Keefe, Cloth edition

Charles S. Keefe, Cloth edition

  Charles S. Keefe (1876–1946   Colonial Revival Architect in Kingston and New York   by William Bertolet Rhoads   foreword by Richard Guy Wilson   8ʹ x 10ʹ, 266 pages, 133 illustrations (color and B&W)   Cloth: isbn 9781883789909, $39.95       “The Colonial Revival is at the heart of American architecture.” —— Richard Guy Wilson (Commonwealth Professor at the University of Virginia and author of The American Renaissance , The Machine Age in America , Thomas Jefferson’s Academical Village , Edith...
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To Distress the French and Their Allies: Rogers' Rangers

To Distress the French and Their Allies: Rogers' Rangers

Rogers’ Rangers, 1755–1763 “To Distress the French and Their Allies” Volume I in a new series on “The Rangers of the French and Indian, Cherokee, and Pontiac’s Wars” BY TIM J. TODISH ILLUSTRATIONS BY GARY S. ZABOLY TRADE PAPER, 8 ½″ X 11″, 312 PAGES 140 MAPS, DRAWINGS, PAINTINGS AND PHOTOGRAPHS, INCLUDING 60 PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS BY GARY S. ZABOLY ISBN 9798985692136 $39.95 “Destined to become a classic.” In the early days of the French and Indian War, the English Army suffered a series of devastating defeats, mostly at the hands of Canadian partisans and French-allied...
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Elverhoj: The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson

Elverhoj: The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson

Elverhoj The Arts and Crafts Colony at Milton-on-Hudson by William B. Rhoads and Leslie Melvin 232 full-color pages, 8″ x 10″ trade paperback 168 illustrations: 86 B&W, 82 color ISBN: 9798985692105, Price: $35.00 Elverhoj (Danish for “hill of the fairies,” pronounced “El-ver-hoy”) was an Arts and Crafts colony established on the picturesque west shore of the Hudson River in 1912 by Danish American artists and craftsmen led by Anders Anderson. Little known today, the colony achieved a national reputation before World War I and earned a gold medal at the 1915 Panama-Pacific...
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In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery SECOND EDITION

In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery SECOND EDITION

In Defiance: Runaways from Slavery in New York’s Hudson River Valley 1735–1831 Second Edition, with more than 250 newly discovered runaway notices by Susan Stessin-Cohn and Ashley Hurlburt-Biagini, foreword by A.J. Williams-Myers Trade paperback, 8″ x 10″, 480 pages, 830 transcriptions of archival newspaper notices, 602 with accompanying reproduction of the original notice, plus 9 tables analyzing the data, glossary, indexes of names, locations, and subjects, illustrations and maps. ISBN: 9798985692150, $35.00. NEW EDITION OF A LANDMARK BOOK ON SLAVERY IN NEW YORK In recent years,...
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Ledge Lake Leaf Labyrinth: an uncommon portrait of Shawangunks

Ledge Lake Leaf Labyrinth: an uncommon portrait of Shawangunks

Ledge Lake Leaf Labyrinth an uncommon portrait of the Shawangunk Mountains Photographs by Nora Scarlett Foreword by Robert K. Anderberg, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Open Space Institute Hardcover, 9″ x 9″, 168 pages, 188 full-color photographs ISBN 9781883789954, $35.00 Photographer Nora Scarlett hiked, climbed, scrambled and bushwhacked throughout the Shawangunk Mountains for over ten years to create this visual story of a region she so loves—her own big backyard—a diverse area of glaciated slabs dotted with gnarled pitch pines, dark hemlock groves, striking cliff...
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The Street That Built a City

The Street That Built a City

The Street That Built a City McEntee’s Chestnut Street, Kingston, and the Rise of New York by Lowell Thing trade paperback, 8.5″ x 11″ 342 full-color pages, over 200 illustrations including 28 Hudson River School paintings isbn 9781883789800, retail $35.00 The Hudson River’s Towing King • A Canal Engineer • Seven Brickyard Owners • a Tannery Owner • Three Steamboat Captains • a Famous Landscape Painter • the Architect who co-designed NY’s Central Park• An Assassin’s Brother • a 13-year-old Civil War veteran • a...
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Trunks of the Gunks

Trunks of the Gunks

TRUNKS OF THE GUNKS A Visual Odyssey through the Shawangunk Mountains in Search of the Unexpected Photographs by Nora Scarlett Foreword by Paul Huth, Daniel Smiley Research Center, Mohonk Preserve Hardcover (casebound), 9″ x 9″, 144 pages 149 full-color photographs ISBN 9781883789862, $35.00 NEWLY EXPANDED -- 49 MORE PHOTOGRAPHS! Studio photographer Nora Scarlett hiked for over ten years throughout the “Gunks”—the Shawangunk Mountains of New York State. “I looked for wacky formations, humorous characteristics, improbable locations, surprising shapes, and...
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AMERICAN WILDERNESS

AMERICAN WILDERNESS

AMERICAN WILDERNESS: The Story of the Hudson River School of Painting by Barbara Babcock Millhouse foreword by Kevin Avery, Associate Curator, Dept. of American Paintings & Sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art The story of the 19th-century American artists who took the raw material of America’s scenic wilderness and transformed it into a new style of landscape painting. Should be read by anyone interested in its subject. Kevin J. Avery, The Metropolitan Museum of Art More than 40 full-color reproductions of some of their greatest paintings illustrate this historical overview...
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