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George Clarke (1768-1835) purchased two mantels made of gray Bennington marble from Abraham Labagh of New York City in October 1819. Once was placed in the chapel and the other is located in George Clarke’s office. #HydeHall #HistoricNY #MarbleWorks
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One of the new items in our Gift Shop this year is "Samuel F. B. Morse's Gallery of the Louvre - A Guide to the Painting", published as a companion piece to The Gallery of the Louvre and the Art of Invention by the Terra Foundation prior to the traveling exhibition of the painting internationally from 2015 through 2017.
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Make your event a landmark in your own history! Consider Hyde Hall for Weddings, Special Event Celebrations, Community Event Hosting, Day Meetings and more. We have a limited schedule for private events each year. Please contact us at (607)547-5098 for information about availability. #HydeHall #EventsatHydeHall #WeddingsinCooperstown
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George Clarke family papers, #2800 from the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections at Cornell University Library by Barry L. Wold, July 1977.
Paper Treasures - Hyde Hall - Cooperstown, NY
#WeAreCooperstown #NYHeritageDigitalCollections #DigitalArchives #HydeHall #ClarkeFamily

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Other Historic Places: The Gerrit Smith Estate is a National Historic Landmark located in Peterboro, NY and was home to one of the most powerful abolitionists in the United States. It is a National Park Service Network to Freedom Underground Railroad site, a Heritage NY Underground Railroad site, and also a Madison County NY Freedom Trail site. #OtherHistoricSites #HistoricNY #GerritSmithEstate

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We are fortunate to have such skilled craftspeople to help us in our restoration work that do things like this! #HydeHall #HistoricNY #RestorationWork
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Another favorite from the Hyde Hall Gift Shop: Here, from James Tobin, winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award in biography, is the story of the greatest comeback in American political history, a saga long buried in half-truth, distortion, and myth—Franklin Roosevelt’s ten-year climb from paralysis to the White House. #HydeHall #GiftShop #Presidents
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Artwork at Hyde Hall - Portrait of Vittorio Amedeo III of Savoy. Sometimes the mysteries are solved! #HydeHall #CollectionItems #Art


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The Annual Easter Egg Hunt will be our first event of the Spring. Sponsored by the Leatherstocking Regional Federal Credit Union, the event will include prizes, raffles and a visit from the Easter Bunny! Mark your calendars now for Saturday, April 15th at Hyde Hall! There is always a huge crowd, so arrive early - the Easter Egg Hunt begins promptly at 10am! This program is free and open to the public.

#HydeHall #LRFCU #EasterEggHunt #EventsatHydeHall #WeAreCooperstown
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One of our favorite books about Cooperstown's early history - An innovative work of biography, social history, and literary analysis, this Pulitzer Prize-winning book presents the story of two men, William Cooper and his son, the novelist James Fenimore Cooper, who embodied the contradictions that divided America in the early years of the Republic. Taylor shows how Americans resolved their revolution through the creation of new social forms and new stories that evolved with the expansion of our frontier. Available in our gift shop and online at our website! #CooperstownNY #HistoricNY #HydeHall
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