Rhinebeck's Historic Architecture
Nestled on the banks of the Hudson River, Rhinebeck, New York, is a shining example of American architectural history. Lifelong resident and Town Historian Nancy Kelly scrutinizes Rhinebeck's eclectic structures, from modest cabins to Victorian estates, framed colonial homes to elaborate Beaux Arts mansions. Kelly chronicles what life was like for the Rhinebeck citizens residing in these dwellings. Read Rhinebeck's Historic Architecture to discover the vibrant heritage of this colonial village.
- Arcadia Publishing Inc., March 2009
The History Press
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