Use this guided audio walking tour to rediscover the public realm of Rochester. Photojournalist Albert Stone, who worked for the Rochester newspapers from 1903 to 1934, artfully captured a time when we lived and worked closer to one another in a robust, bustling, energetic, and sustainable city.
The Community Design Center created this tour, narrated by Howard Decker, to explore the public life of Rochester a century ago, and inspire you to see that the best life for our city is a shared life, a common life, lived together in the public realm.
To learn about the Community Design Center of Rochester, tap: https://www.cdcrochester.org/
All historic photos are the property of the Albert R. Stone Negative Collection, Rochester Museum & Science Center, Rochester, N.Y.
To learn about the museum, tap: https://rmsc.org/
Enjoy your tour!