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  • Digital Collection: Yama Farms Collection
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    • Yama Farms Inn Main Entrance

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Stone walls; Stonework; Ironwork;
    • Black and white photograph of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building with gable roofs, horizontal siding and multiple windows. The shingle roofs include eyebrow windows. There are two fieldstone chimneys and a stone wall along the...
    • Yama Farms Inn Lodge at Upper Gate

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Stone walls; Stonework; Wooden buildings; Windows;
    • Black and white photograph of the "Gate House" lodge, a large wood frame building with wood shingle siding and gable roof, two brick chimneys and multiple double-hung windows. Known as the gate house, a field stone wall runs along the building at...
    • Yama Farms Upper Entrance

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Stone walls; Stonework; Dirt roads;
    • Black and white photograph of the entrance to Yama Farms from Route 55, Napanoch, a dirt road entering the woods, flanked by tall field stone piers. On top of the pier on the right is a sign which reads "Yama Farms Inn."
    • Yama Farms Inn Guest Entrance

    • Photographs; Porticoes (Porches); Stone walls; Stonework; Doors & doorways; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the driveway and entrance to the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building. The shingle roofs include eyebrow windows. There is a fieldstone chimney, stone wall and stone piers supporting a wood portico over...
    • Lower Drive to Yama Farms Inn

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Stone walls; Stonework; Dirt roads;
    • Black and white photograph of a dirt road between field stone walls. to the left is a large white wood frame building with multiple windows, porches, balconies, chimneys and gable roofs.
    • Yama Farms Inn Exterior of Dining Room

    • Photographs; Porches; Awnings; Balconies; Balustrades; Doors & doorways; Windows; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the back of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building with horizontal siding and multiple doors and windows. The second and third stories include projecting balconies with balustrades and fabric...
    • Yama Farms Inn from Golf Course

    • Photographs; Golf; Athletic fields; Hotels; Resorts; Views;
    • Black and white photograph of a field, behind which is the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building obscured by trees. There is a bridge with stone walls along both sides, and several wooden arm chairs behind the field.
    • Yama Farms Inn Rear of Main House

    • Photographs; Porches; Hotels; Resorts; Stonework; Chimneys;
    • Black and white photograph of the back of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building with gable roofs, horizontal siding, multiple windows and enclosed porches. There is a large fieldstone chimney and a driveway approaching the...
    • Yama Farms Inn Exterior of Dining Room

    • Photographs; Stonework; Doors & doorways; Windows; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the back the main inn at Yama Farms a wood-frame building, with multiple doors and windows. Two doors open onto stone patios, and portions of some walls are constructed of field stone.
    • Gateway to Yama Farms Inn with Playhouse

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Stone walls; Stonework; Wooden buildings;
    • Black and white photograph of the "Playhouse," a building with wood shingle siding and roof with eyebrow windows, obscured by stone walls and shrubs. an opening in the stone walls is flanked by field stone piers, each topped with a lantern.
    • The Nut House at Yama Farms Inn

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Log buildings;
    • Black and white photograph of a desirable guest house at Yama Farms, known as "The Nut House," possibly because it was surrounded by nut trees. The building sits in a clearing; the Shawangunk Mountains are to the right.
    • Yama Farms Inn Porch off Main Living Room

    • Photographs; Porches; Awnings; Balconies; Balustrades; Columns; Windows; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building with horizontal siding and multiple doors and windows. The ground and second stories include projecting balconies, partially enclosed with Ionic columns,...
    • Yama Farms Dairy Barn

    • Photographs; Barns; Dairy farming; Dairying; Silos;
    • Black and white photograph of a long barn with two silos in an open field on US Rt. 209 with mountains in the background. A smaller building on the right includes the words "Dairy Yama Farms" on the portico. The dairy was a successful enterprise...
    • Frank Seaman at the Gate to "The Hut" at Yama Farms

    • Photographs; Stone walls; Stonework; Gates; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Ironwork;
    • Black and white photograph of Mr. Seaman, owner of Yama Farms, standing, in the gateway to his residence at Yama, "The Hut." The gate is constructed of a wood grid with ironwork panels and Asian motifs. The gate is set in a field stone pier; on...
    • Yama Farms Inn

    • Photographs; Views; Hotels; Resorts; Porches; Windows;
    • Black and white photograph of a distant view of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large, three-story wood-frame building with gable roofs, horizontal siding and multiple windows. The shingle roofs include eyebrow windows. There are many porches, both...
    • Japanese Gate to the Playhouse at Yama Farms

    • Photographs; Hotels; Resorts; Porticoes (Porches); Stonework; Roofs;
    • Black and white photograph of the gateway to the "Playhouse,"a large wood frame building with wood shingle siding, gable roof and field stone chimney. A field stone wall runs along the dirt road approach, and a stepped roof crossing the road is...
    • The Stable at Yama Farms

    • Photographs; Stone buildings; Stonework; Roofs;
    • Black and white photograph of the stable in winter. The lower walls are built of field stone; the upper walls and roof are constructed in a Japanese style. There is a pond in the foreground and mountains in the rear.

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