L. Caroline Underwood Museum, 107 Chapel Street, Penn Yan
the most important types of architecture in New York State, at least to us in
the Finger Lakes is cobblestone masonry.
Within a circle of about 75 miles, with the center at Rochester, is
where the art of cobblestone construction in N.Y.S. was begun. It is where 80 percent of all existing
cobblestones structures are located.
houses in Yates County were built in this style. Learn more about these beautiful homes on
Saturday, August 5 at 1 p.m. during a lecture by Richard Palmer of
Syracuse. $5.00 for Yates County History
Center members; $10 for non-members. The
talk will take place at the L. Caroline Underwood Museum, 107 Chapel Street,
Penn Yan. For more information contact
the YCHC at (315)536-7318.