Historic Hudson: An Architectural Portrait
Written by Byrne Fone
An architectural portrait of the city of Hudson, NY (est. 1783), featuring more than 200 antique and modern photographs and antique maps, with many of the photographs dating from 1850-1930. The city of Hudson, founded in 1783 by Quaker merchants and whalers from New England, has been called "a dictionary of American Architecture" because of its many 18th and 19th century buildings that have survived to the present day. With a foreword by poet John Ashbery, and an introduction by novelist/screenwriter Rudy Wurlitzer and photographer Lynn Davis.
Black Dome Press
Softcover, 205 pages