About this Issue
Note from the Editors
This issue begins with Shirley McNulty's memories of Christmas in the Pepper family on the bluff of Keuka Lake in the 1900s. Also an account of the way Christmas was celebrated by the Keeling family at Cherry Valley, New York, in the 1830s. In both recollections there are common English traditions brought to this country by immigrants.
another installment of Fran Dumas' series about the mills along the Outlet.
Christmas postcards from the extensive collection of Thomas Dimitroff. He is honorary curator of Carder Glass at The Rockwell Museum and co-author with Lois Janes of Two hundred Years in Painted Post Country.
More from Edwin Harris and more from Caroline Kirkland.