Hyde Hall

267 GlimmerglassState Park Road
Cooperstown, New York 13326
Phone: 607-547-5098
Fax: 607-547-8462

Hyde Hall


Hyde Hall represents an extraordinary vision of the 19th-century Anglo-American culture and the establishment of vast agricultural estates in the early years of the American republic. Built by George Clarke (1768-1835), the house is considered one of the finest examples of the neoclassical country house in the United States.

Hyde Hall is a member of the South Central Regional Library Council.


Clarke Family Business Papers

A collection of business, land and family papers of eight generations of the George Hyde Clarke family.

Clarke Family Correspondence

A collection of family correspondence between 1850 and 1920. Mary Gale Clarke labeled and categorized much of family correspondence but the author's name and date.