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Cudmore keeps people, places from past alive in new book

Bob Cudmore signs his new book “Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley” and talks to Amsterdam resident Dorothy Domkowski at the South 30 Diner in Amsterdam recently.
Bob Cudmore signs his new book “Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley” and talks to Amsterdam resident Dorothy Domkowski at the South 30 Diner in Amsterdam recently.
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When people stop talking about old stories, the old stories fade away. Bob Cudmore has ensured that folks will remember O’Shaughnessy’s tavern, McClumpha’s grocery and the Strand theater — once important Amsterdam landmarks that vanished long ago. Cudmore, longtime Capital Region radio broadcaster and writer, has put together a collection of short pieces about one of his favorite places. His third book, “Hidden History of the Mohawk Valley” is now on store book-shelves. Cudmore, 67, ...


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