Economically, we cannot afford to mail the newsletter as a full-color publication, so the physical version is simply black and white.
Not so the electronic version — you can see the more modern photographs in glorious color (see especially the two articles on kayaking (and fishing) in the Schoharie Reservoir). Rose Miller Mace has two articles on how her father bought the farm, and his detailed instruction on how to build a large, post and beam barn. We have a really special tribute to the victims of Hurricane Irene; LaVerne Hubbard’s tribute to the Stryker Road Learning Center (a.k.a. the Gilboa Museum); Susan Ciacci’s tribute to the importance of music in her life; and Gershom Stevens’ efforts in the Revolution constructing the chain across the Hudson at West Point and his service at Valley Forge. Socrates Hubbard gives us his first-hand impression of a Horning; Karen Cuccinello relates the resurgence of the Historical Room at the Stamford Village Library, and information on the construction of the berm at the Gilboa Dam.Download Quarterly in PDF format