Cooperstown Otsego County Bank Art Print

Brandywine General Store


A premium quality art print showing a night scene of the original bank building of the Cooperstown Otsego County Bank in the Greek Revival Style which was built in the year 1831. This bank merged with the National Bank in 1866, then this building in Cooperstown NY was sold to the Clark family in 1897. The Clark Family made their fortune from the Singer Sewing Machines, they have contributed greatly to the town of Cooperstown and the baseball hall of fame, and they still own around 10,000 acres around the lake and town today. The sign on the front of this classic building says Estates of Edward Clark and Alfred Corning Clark. This is a beautiful night scene which shows the street lamp burning brightly. This historic building along with the many other 19th century style architectural buildings add greatly to the charm and beauty of the village of Cooperstown. Picture #142 an original, archival, photographic print

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