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Historic New York: Architectural Journeys in the Empire State

by Andy Olenick

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Fantastic book on architectural styles of New York state. Primarily a pictorial work with short summaries on the style of the building/home. ( )
  phoenixcomet | Jan 22, 2008 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0976391023, Hardcover)

More than five years in the making, this photographic tour de force covers four centuries of landmark architecture in the Empire State. From Hudson Valley mansions and New York skyscrapers to Adirondack Great Camps and Erie Canal cobblestone structures, this handsome volume explores the state s distinctive and diverse buildings and landscapes. The 224-page coffee-table book was photographed by Andy Olenick and written by Richard O. Reisem.

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