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Cobblestone landmarks of New York State

by Olaf William Shelgren

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  • 15 Currently reading

Published by Syracuse University Press in Syracuse .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New York (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Cobblestone buildings -- New York (State),
    • Vernacular architecture -- New York (State)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementOlaf William Shelgren, Jr., Cary Lattin, Robert W. Frasch ; photos. by Gerda Peterich.
      SeriesA York State Book
      ContributionsLattin, Cary, joint author., Frasch, Robert W., joint author., Peterich, Gerda.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsNA730.N4 S53
      The Physical Object
      Paginationx, 163 p. :
      Number of Pages163
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4726241M
      ISBN 100815622015, 0815601492
      LC Control Number78013994

        Cobblestone Landmarks of New York State by Olaf William Shelgren, Herrick cobblestone house, piece of Rockford history, for sale by Chris Green, Rockford Register Star, Aug. 17, The Great Canal That Made New York the Empire State. Erin Anheier, Cobblestone Museum representative, approached me in the Spring of with a proposal to digitally duplicate the "Robert Roudabush Survey of Cobblestone Buildings in New York State" archived at the Landmark Society of Western New York. There was no hesitation on my part to accept the challenge.

      About Gerda Peterich: Gerda was born in Europe, the daughter of Professor Paul Peterich, a sculptor, and Elsbeth Peterich, a pianist. Brought up in an ar 3/5(1).   The best reference sources include Cobblestone Quest: Road Tours of New York's Historic Buildings by Rich Freeman; and Cobblestone Landmarks of New York State by Gerda Peterich. Unfortunately these are out of print but are available through some rare book dealers as .

        The information for comes from the record books of Miss Gertrude Edgarton. In that book was recorded the sale of 30 barrels of whiskey to be sent on the boat “Utica,” to New York City, by way of the Chenango and Erie Canals.) – John Woodhull — Distillery — Whiskey (John Woodhull installed a rectifier. The Cobblestone Historic District is located along state highway NY in Childs, New York, United comprises three buildings that exemplify the cobblestone architecture developed to a high degree in the regions of upstate New York near Lake Ontario and exported to other areas with settlers.. The buildings are in the Federal and Greek Revival styles typical of their ectural style: Cobblestone Federal style .


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The first owner, James E. Coolidge (who introduced hop growing in New York State) chose his site carefully for a commercial building. Basically a large pebble, a cobblestone is one that has naturally been formed by years and years of being tumbled over and over by water until the edges are rounded and smooth.

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Frasch, is unable to trace an inventor of the authors assume that most masons did only three or four cobblestone houses and that "they learned the cobblestone technique from each other or by examining finished.

Cary Lattin, retired Orleans County (NY) Historian, is a founder of the Cobblestone Society, an outstanding local historian, a superb raconteur, and live 3/5(1).

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Unfortunately these are out of print but are available through. Furtker Information about cobblestone architecture is available at most public libraries in tliese books: Cobblestone Landmarks of New York State. Skelgren, Lattin and Frasck, Cobblestone Masonm. Sckmidt, Carl Muck of tke information in tkis cobblestone guide and map kas been taken from a Hoffman Sckolarskip Essay written in btj.Cobblestone Landmarks of New York State By Shelgren, Lattin, Frasch; published in both hard and soft cover, pages.

A guide to cobblestone structures in upstate NY including many fine photos, maps, and descriptions of buildings.

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