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Historic New York : architectural journeys in the Empire State

Author: Andy Olenick; Richard O Reisem; Landmark Society of Western New York.; Preservation League of New York State.; New York State Council on the Arts.
Publisher: Rochester, N.Y. : Landmark Society of Western New York, Inc. in conjunction with Preservation League of New York State and New York State Council on the Arts, ©2006.
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"This book begins in Long Island, home to some of the nation's finest estates, and meanders westward, ending in the Niagara Frontier with its famous fort and falls. In between, the photographic tour de force visits every region of the state, documenting in more than 300 full-color photographs each area's distinctive structures. Most sites receive generous multipage spreads." "Historic New York covers more than four  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Pictorial works
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Olenick, Andy.
Historic New York.
Rochester, N.Y. : Landmark Society of Western New York, Inc. in conjunction with Preservation League of New York State and New York State Council on the Arts, ©2006
(OCoLC)629891049
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Andy Olenick; Richard O Reisem; Landmark Society of Western New York.; Preservation League of New York State.; New York State Council on the Arts.
ISBN: 0976391023 9780976391029
OCLC Number: 76837613
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 224 pages : color illustrations ; 31 cm
Contents: Long Island --
New York City --
Hudson River Valley --
Capital District --
Adirondacks --
Mohawk River Valley --
Thousand Islands --
Finger Lakes --
Western Erie Canal --
Southern Tier --
Niagara Frontier.
Responsibility: photography, Andy Olenick ; text, Richard O. Reisem.

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"This book begins in Long Island, home to some of the nation's finest estates, and meanders westward, ending in the Niagara Frontier with its famous fort and falls. In between, the photographic tour de force visits every region of the state, documenting in more than 300 full-color photographs each area's distinctive structures. Most sites receive generous multipage spreads." "Historic New York covers more than four centuries, from structures reflecting the state's early history as a Dutch colony to avant-garde post-Modern designs. The oldest site featured is the Kingston Senate House, constructed as a private home in 1676 and briefly the meeting place of the State Senate during the Revolutionary War. The newest site is Bard College Performing Arts Center, designed by Frank Gehry and completed in 2003. The 224-page hardcover book features more than 100 locations, most photographed on several occasions to capture the precise lighting and season to showcase the structure. An organizing principle of the book was to include architecture that is open to the public."--Jacket.

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Long Island -- New York City -- Hudson River valley -- Capital district -- Adirondacks -- Mohawk River valley -- Thousand Islands -- Finger Lakes -- Western Erie Canal -- Southern Tier -- Niagara Frontier.

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