A Tribute To A Millerton Photographer

Books: ‘Chester Eisenhuth, Photographer’
The cover photo of “Chester Eisenhuth, Photographer” captures a classic Millerton scene. The book features Eisenhuth’s photos from the 1930s to 1950s. photo by Chester Eisenhuth

This book has been a labor of love for Mark Goodman. A love of photography. A love of Millerton. And a love of the works of Chester Eisenhuth.

Goodman began his extensive photography career in 1970, when he studied the medium with Minor White at The Hotchkiss School in Lakeville. A year later, he arrived in Millerton to continue honing his craft at Apeiron’s inaugural photography workshop. His assignment: Walk around Millerton to see what he could see. He spent his time photographing people and ultimately met Eisenhuth, who was the town and village historian. 

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