The Clinton County Historical Association presents John McKenna’s Plattsburgh, April 25, 5 pm, at the Museum at 98 Ohio Avenue.
In 1975 architect John McKenna took a series of photographs and slides of various commercial enterprises throughout streets in the City of Plattsburgh. His efforts provide an opportunity for us to revisit a period of time in the City’s history that many will remember with a unique tour using many pictures of long-gone storefronts, including some bonus pictures from the CCHA collection.
Bill Laundry is a member of the Clinton County Historical Association Board of Directors and currently serves as its Treasurer. He is a native of Black Brook and a lifelong student of history.
This program is free and open to the public.