News and Commentary about the City of Hudson, New York
Monday, December 10, 2012
A Glimpse Inside
On several occasions, Gossips has talked about Hudson's Warren and Wetmore bank building at 560 Warren Street, designed and constructed for the Hudson City Savings Institution. This morning, Paul Barrett shared these photographs of the building--exterior and interior--which appeared in the May 4, 1910, issue of The American Architect.
This blog takes its name from the 1850 novel by Hudson author Alice B. Neal. The original Gossips of Rivertown cast a gimlet eye on Hudson society in the mid-19th century. More than a century and a half later, the new Gossips carries on the spirit of the original, but in a different genre and with a different focus.