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Unknown Museums of Upstate New York
A Guide to 50 Treasures

Chuck D’Imperio

Paper $27.95    |    978-0-8156-1028-1    |    2013

ebook 978-0-8156-5248-9

"Chuck D’Imperio has traveled the rural byways of the upstate region and explored many of its museums to find the best and most interesting collections for travelers and history enthusiasts."—Garet D. Livermore, Vice President for Education, New York State Historical Association and The Farmers’ Museum

"Chuck D’Imperio knows where in upstate New York to look for the most interesting stuff. Without a doubt, his enthusiasm will spark many a road trip to these lesser-known places."—Janet Mendelsohn, author of Maine’s Museums: Art, Oddities and Artifacts

"Whether well-known or unfamiliar, every museum in the state tells us something about who we are and what we’re about as New Yorkers. I love this book because it informs us in a very personal way of the importance of all museums."—Senator Betty Little, Chair of Senate Cultural Affairs, Tourism, Parks and Recreation Committee

  Unknown Museums of Upstate New York

Chuck D’Imperio, Oneota, NY
"The Road Less Traveled is the Road Best Traveled!"
Author, Broadcaster, Public Speaker

  Chuck D’Imperio is a well-known radio personality from Upstate New York and the author of several books that explore the hidden facets of his home region, including the recent Monumental New York! A Guide to 30 Iconic Memorials in Upstate New York.

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6 x 9, 320 pages, 51 black-and-white illustrations, 1 map, index

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