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Stone Houses of Jefferson County

Edited by Maureen Hubbard Barros, Brian W. Gorman, and Robert A. Uhlig

Photographs by Richard Margolis

Cloth $49.95    |    978-0-8156-1048-9    |    2015

ebook 978-0-8156-5322-6


"This is a work of great local and antiquarian interest. It is very gratifying to discover in its pages a region with such a fine building heritage."—Susan Henderson, author of Building Culture: Ernst May and the New Frankfurt, 1926–1931

  Stone Houses of Jefferson County

Hungerford Mansion   Maureen Hubbard Barros is the author of numerous articles and the book Ornament and Object: Canadian Jewellery and Metal Art 1946–1996. Brian W. Gorman has worked as a commercial banker, finance manager, and general manager of the dairy cooperative and cheese store. He has been involved in research and the renovation or restoration of three historic houses: a circa 1865 balloon-framed dockworker’s house in Burlington, VT, an 1853 Greek Revival one-and-a-half story connected farmhouse in Northfield, VT, and a combined frame (1810) and stone (1831) farmhouse in Watertown, NY. Robert A. Uhlig was in the field of education for thirty-four years before retiring in 1992. He is president of the Stone Building Society of Northern New York. Richard Margolis has taught in the art departments of Nazareth College and SUNY Brockport and now photographs mostly his own projects, involving trees, bridges, public art, and landmarks.

We gratefully acknowledge the generous contribution received from George Hamilton, Vienna, Austria, to support publication of Stone Houses of Jefferson County.

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8 1/2 x 11, 328 pages, 265 color illustrations, 1 map, glossary, bibliography, index

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