About the Summer 2002 Issue
Note from the Editors
Beth Flory contributes an article about the Whipporwill Club and her grandfather Park J. Stoddard. Her article "The Naples Clubs" appeared in issue #105, and her Coye Point, in #114. She lives with her husband Sheldon in the Canandaigua Lake cottage of her grandfather.
Thomas Cornell contributes an article about The Call of Stories. Many of Tom's essays have been published in the CLR. Retracing the Route of the Sullivan Expedition in Pennsylvania was in issues #112 - #117 and his "Grandma's Model-T Stories" in #107.
Part II of Richard Palmer's article Remembering the New York Central is in this issue. Dick wrote of and the era of the drover in CLR #120 and old-time general stores in #121. Dick has written many accounts of railroad, turnpike, canal, and lake travel.
The word scene of two boys exploring the glen at Hammondsport from Samuel Hammond's book, Wild Northern Ramblings was sent by Paul Woods of Pleasant Valley.
David Minor's "Eagles Byte Timeline of New York State and New York City" continues with the year 1819. The timeline began with the years 1784, 1785 and 1786 in issue #106. David can be heard on WXXI (91.5) Saturdays at 11 a.m.
Donovan Shilling contributes two articles to this issue. The first article is about the visit of the New Society of the Genesee to the Livingston County Historical Society. The second article is about the Society's visit to the Roycroft Museum founded by Elbert Hubbard. Don is chronicler for the New Society of the Genesee. He has written three books in the "Images of America" series: Rochester's Lakeside Resorts and Amusement Parks, Rochester's Downtown, and now Rochester: Labor and Leisure.