Marsh, Billings, Rockefeller in Woodstock
By Glenn Suokko
With an essay by Ryan Polk, curator at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park in Woodstock, Vermont
Marsh, Billings, Rockefeller in Woodstock tells the story of three families and the impact they had on forging a greater environmental consciousness, as well as the role they played in shaping our current framework for preserving and cherishing natural beauty. The book focuses on their common residence, forest, and farm in Woodstock, Vermont. A key part of their shared story is their lasting impact on the rural, cultural heritage of Vermont.
Through original photography, historic images, and artwork, this new book provides a visual tour of the historic Mansion, art collection, formal flower gardens, and forest at Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and the working dairy farm and agricultural history museum at Billings Farm & Museum.
For readers, Marsh, Billings, Rockefeller in Woodstock will be of special interest to house and garden enthusiasts, art lovers, land conservationists, preservationists, historians, and visitors to this compelling place in Vermont.
Over 140 color photographs, including many historic photographs from the Billings Family Archives, 8½ x 10 inches, 128 pages, hardcover