If you love Newburgh architecture, you probably have come across Hudson Valley Ruins. Authors, Thomas E. Rinaldi and
Robert J. Yasinsac have chronicled forgotten treasures such as the Dutch Reformed Church, the City Club, the West Shore Railroad Station, and other buildings in the East End Historic District. Each author has their own webpage for Newburgh, and other towns in the Hudson Valley.
This Thursday, September 23 at 7:30 p.m. you have the opportunity to attend a free lecture at the Newburgh Free Library where the Dutch Reformed Church will be examined. Their book profiles sites meaningful to everyday life in the Hudson Valley including churches and hotels, commercial and civic buildings, mills and train stations. Included are works by some of the most important names in American architectural history, such as Alexander Jackson Davis and Calvert Vaux.