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Pieter Estersohn is a leading photographer of architecture and interiors. His work regularly appears in major shelter magazines, including Architectural Digest, and he has contributed to many interior design and lifestyle books, among them Charlotte Moss's Rizzoli publications. He is the author of Kentucky: Historic Houses and Horse Farms of Bluegrass Country (Monticelli Press, 2014). He is also on the boards of the Historic Red Hook Advisory Council and Cleremont Historic site, and belongs to the Edgewood Club in Tivoli, New York, founded in the 1880s by the original owners of many of the homes in Country Life Along the Hudson.

John Winthrop "Wint" Aldrich, a Livingston descendant, resides in Rokeby, a 200-year-old stucco mansion in the Hudson River landscape district. He was the former New York State Deputy Commissioner for Historic Preservation.


"You might think that a book dedicated to the houses of one New York family would be rather slim, but when dealing with the vast genealogy of the Livingstons it means a 336-page deep dive into more than thirty-five estates. Estersohn, an architecture and interiors photographer, not only shot the character-rich spaces but poured through archival materials to compile histories for each of the properties." --Brownstoner

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