Rochester Then & Now–Two exhibits on display

Stop in to see two exhibits currently on display (through September 10th, 2010):

Clifford Ulp: A Century on Parade

See the newly restored original painting used for the official Rochester Centennial booklet in 1934.  The painting, by a noted Rochester illustrator, is a rare surviving example of commercial illustration.

Ira Srole: Rochester Revisited

This exhibit, based on City Photographer Ira Srole’s popular Eastman House show, features a selection of images showing how several well-known local settings have evolved over time.

A limited number of posters signed by Ira Srole are available for purchase for $10 in the Local History Division.

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