Seneca Ray Stoddard is famous for his 19th C. photographs of the Adirondacks, taken over a span of twenty-five years. Among the thousands of images are many that he took of the Hudson River near its source in the High Peaks, as well as photos of the falls where the river exited the mountains. Stoddard also photographed the river’s interesting sites as he traveled between Glens Falls and New York City by train and steamboat, including the Hudson Highlands and the Palisades. The talk will feature images selected from the museum’s collection of more than 3000 Stoddard photos.
The program will take place at the museum, and is free and open to the public. Seating is limited.
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The book, In Water & Light, S.R. Stoddard’s Lake George, will be available for purchase at a 30% discount. Author Joe Cutshall-King will be on hand to sign copies, as well as his newly published book, Over My Shoulder 2.