Support Red Hook history by purchasing the following items, available upon request via e-mail or in person on Tuesdays at the Elmendorph Inn.

"Out to Milan" by Barbara Thompson

Recently republished! A lovingly illustrated book describing the history of some of Milan's oldest houses. 


Water Bottle

Carry this with you wherever you go - quench your thirst and promote history at the same time!


Elmendorph Inn Mug

Large 13 oz. ceramic mug - great for a large cup of coffee or soup!

$7.00 or four for $25

Baby 'onesie'

Even babies can tout their affiliation with Red Hook! Available in 6 and 12 month sizes.


Tote bag

Use this heavy cotton tote with zipper top to carry all your stuff and promote Historic Red Hook too!


Chocolate T-shirt

Advertise Red Hook's history with W.H. Baker's label, used in the early 1900's to promote Red Hook's chocolate factory. History is indeed sweet!


White T-shirt with logo

Wear your loyalty to Historic Red Hook!


Embroidered cap

This twill cap with embroidered logo is a must!


"A Brief History of Red Hook" by Clare O'Neill Carr

$8.00. Published in 2001 with the generous support of the Wise Family Trust, this definitive guide captures the development of Red Hook through vintage documents, photographs and personal reminiscences.

"Upper Red Hook: An American Crossroad" by Roger Leonard

$25.00. A fascinating genealogy of a hamlet, filled with anecdotes about the people who planted deep roots in this tight-knit community.

"The Red Church" by Roger Leonard

$8.00. Tivoli’s famed “Red Church” has borne witness to much of Red Hook’s 200+ years of history.

"Tivoli: The Making of a Community" by Bernard Tieger

$15.00. From swains to swells, roustabouts to river folk, this social history of Red Hook’s most colorful community is a must.

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