In the Adirondack Library
Adirondack Photographers, 1850-1950 by Sally Svenson
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Offers a comprehensive look at the first one hundred years of photography through the lives of those who captured this unique rural region of New York State. Svenson’s fascinating biographical dictionary is enriched with over seventy illustrations. .
About The Speaker:
Sally Svenson is a New York-based writer whose articles about nineteenth century American figures from wilderness missionaries to Civil War veterans have appeared in various journals. She is the author of Adirondack Churches: A History of Design and Building and Blacks in the Adirondacks which received the Adirondack Literary Award for Best Book of Nonfiction.