Edward Hopper, one of the most well-known 20th-Century artists, played a key role in bridging the gap between traditionalists and modernists.
Cooperstown, The Book
“The village of Cooperstown is unique for a number of reasons-its art, its music and theatre, its architecture, its medical resources, its preservation of history and its natural beauty. All of this is a culmination of more than 100 years of enormous efforts by many, many people who have deeply loved Cooperstown, Otsego Lake and its surrounding countryside.
James Fenimore Cooper's spirited romance has been praised for its authenticity as a portrait of life during America's western movement.
A richly illustrated volume celebrating Jewish carving traditions from the Old World to the New.
Otsego Lake Past and Present
Otsego Lake is one of the most celebrated bodies of water in America immortalized in the novels of James Fenimore Cooper, praised by artists and writers, and loved by generations of visitors to the region. It has been clled ""the cradle of American literature"" and even "the Walden Pond of New York State."
Otsego County, a one thousand square mile area in central New York populated by some 60,000 people still retains much of what James Fenimore Cooper called in 1823, the “romantic and picturesque character which it so eminently possesses.”
The Ladies of Hyde Hall
The Ladies of Hyde Hall History, Hospitality, Letters, and Recipes 1819-1963 Hyde Hall, a National Historic Landmark, stands as a unique social document and as a monument to the Clarke family who built and lived in it for over 130 years.
Kanatsiohareke: Traditional Mohawk Indians Return to Their Ancestral Homeland
The true account of how a small group of traditional Kanienkehaka (Mohawks) set out to fulfill a prophesy of hope and determination.
The Empire State: A History of New York
Edited by Milton M. Klein. A richly illustrated volume, The Empire State begins in the early seventeenth century (when the region was still populated mostly by Native Americans) and concludes in the mid-1990s, by which time people from all over the world had made the state their home.
The Empire State Carousel Book
"The Empire State Carousel" by Gerry Holzman tells the compelling story of a twenty-five year labor of love by nearly one thousand gifted artisans from all across New York State.