Hope Farm Press February ’11 NY Books Newsletter

Hope Farm Press February ’11 NY Books Newsletter

2011 February Vol XIII Issue II

New York State Books Newsletter

from Richard Frisbie of Hope Farm Press

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FROM THE EDITOR

There is nothing new to report. January, the snowiest on record, caused Hope Farm Bookshop to be closed at least one day each week. My new schedule at the bakery is all day Sunday and Monday – two more days closed each week. Weather permitting; the shop is open Tues through Sat afternoons 12-5 until Spring, with my apologies for the inconvenience.

ONLINE 24/7 http://www.hopefarmbooks.com

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BOOK NEWS & GOSSIP

#Images of America Series – soon to be released or just released – are listed below. All in the $21.99 range. I’m putting together an order for the ones I don’t have, so let me know what you want and I’ll be sure they are on order for you. (if they are not already in stock)

# My secure shopping cart runs well, but may not be as intuitive as folks would like. Many people click on the Pay By Check option because they don’t see the Pay By Credit Card link right below it. To have your order processed immediately, let my online credit card service provider – PayPal – handle the secure payment at checkout. You don’t need a PayPal account to use it.

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Price Increase

A HISTORY OF NEGRO SLAVERY IN NEW YORK now $19.95

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OUT-OF-PRINT or Out-of-Stock indefinitely

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NEW Image of America in Print or soon to be printed:

Rhinebeck

Around Westhampton

Fort Greene

Pioneros II: Puerto Ricans in New York City, 1948-1998 (Bilingual Edition)

Royalton, Middleport, and Hartland

Saugerties

Verona

Webster

Along Chautauqua Lake

Around Perry

Auburn Correctional Facility

Buffalo, NY: Cool Stuff Every Kid Should Know

Floral Park, Nassau County

Freedomland

German Flatts

Glen Cove Revisited

Greater Baldwinsville

Harriman State Park

Lake Pleasant and Speculator in the Adirondacks

LeRoy

Lewiston

Miller Place

New York City Skyscrapers

Oakdale

Rochester’s Downtown Architecture: 1950-1975

Sidney

Singer Castle Revisited

Village of Montgomery

The Bronx

Cortland

The Five Towns

Flushing

Hamburg Revisited

Long Beach

Long Island Aircraft Manufacturers

Middletown and Unionville Railroad

New York City Gangland

Stapleton

Clinton County

Copiague

Cypress Hills Cemetery

Monticello

Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum

New Paltz Revisited

Shandaken

Around Cambridge, White Creek, and Jackson

Long Island City

Saratoga

Delaware and Hudson Railway

East Harlem Revisited

Little Falls

Mount Manresa

Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow in the 20th Century

Batavia Revisited

Farmington

The New York State Capitol and the Great Fire of 1911

West Brighton

Buffalo Railroads

The New York City Triangle Factory Fire

Suffern

Tonawanda and North Tonawanda

Brooklyn Dodgers in Cuba

Tottenville

Along New York’s Route 20

Beekman

Jamaica

Laurelton

Northwest Bronx

Old Forge and the Fulton Chain of Lakes

Eden

Steamboats on the Hudson River

West Seneca

Western New York Amusement Parks

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Well, that’s all for now. Thank you again for your indulgence and attention. To unsubscribe simply send me an e-mail from the address you are subscribed under with Unsubscribe in the Subject line.

Richard

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Richard Frisbie

dba Hope Farm Press & Bookshop

15 Jane Street Saugerties NY 12477

http://www.hopefarm.com    hopefarm@hopefarm.com

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About richardfrisbie

I'm a professional baker, reader, bookseller, publisher, columnist, photographer, cook, hiker, kayaker, freelance writer, and workaholic who likes to garden
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