Historic Hudson is a not-for-profit corporation founded in 1996 to promote the preservation of the unique architectural heritage of the City of Hudson, New York. Comprising a remarkable collection of largely intact 18th-, 19th-, and early 20th-century buildings, Hudson is considered by many to be a veritable dictionary of American architectural style. It is the mission of Historic Hudson to preserve that heritage, which it achieves through advocacy and public events and programs that disseminate information about the city’s history and foster appreciation for its historic architecture. Among its programs are the annual Preservation Awards, lectures and exhibits on various aspects of Hudson’s architecture and history, the creation of walking tour guides of the city, and the maintenance of the Historic Hudson/Rowles Studio Collection of photographs.
|BOARD OF DIRECTORS
J. Winthrop Aldrich