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    • 'Missionary of Annandale' letter

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    • A letter to James Starr Clark informing him that he had been elected to the position of Missionary of Annandale in 1854. This provided an official title and stipend to Clark for the work that he had already undertaken with the financial support of...
    • Pressure Operated Lard Lamp

    • Lighting;
    • This patented lard lamp has a separate fuel reservoir centered on a circular base with the font rising from the bottom of the reservoir. Unique to this lamp is the screw operated piston that forces the unheated lard downward and up into the font
    • Topographic Map - Hampton

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    • This map depicts the west shore of the Hudson River northwest of New Hamburg. It shows a workshop building, a wharf and a second building and the ruins of another wharf.
    • Topographic Map - Hedge's Station

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    • A notation on this map states "..In a lot belonging to Miss Mary Hedges, in Cornwall, about 2 miles from Cornwall Village." A road runs parallel to the property. A house located next to the road is labeled "Peter Fisher's House."
    • Receipt For Release of Lands - Sarah Jane Dodge

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;
    • Receipt stating "Received from Sarah Jane Dodge, Newburgh, N.Y., Sept. 22, 1865, thirty three 34/100 Dollars for the release of certain lands from Glebe, under an Act of the Lesiglature of the State of New York, passed April 19, 1855."
    • Clemence Mapes Indenture

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    • This is an Indenture between Edward Mapes and his wife Deborah Ann Mapes, of Cornwall, N.Y. in Orange County and John Clemence for the sale of two parcels of land in the Town of Cornwall. The indenture is signed by W. L.J. Hutton, Justice of the...
    • Storms Brothers Factory, Nyack

    • Business & finance; Factories; Pails;
    • This drawing of the Storms Cedar Pail Factory is on an 1854 map of Nyack. The buildings were located on the site of Memorial Park. Workmen, tools, and pails are pictured in the center of the image. Photo made from a John Scott slide.
    • The Storms Steam Tub and Pail Factory, Nyack, NY

    • Factories; Pails;
    • The Storms Steam Tub and Pail Factory was on the waterfront, just north of the present day Memorial Park. This was a small workshop; in 1850, it employed seven men. Abraham and Henry Storms began the business in 1840. The cedar came from North...
    • Putnam County, NY map from 1854

    • Barns; Streams; Churches; Mining; Brick industry; Schools; Stables; Outbuildings; Forge shops; Mills; Farmhouses; Farms; Croplands; Rivers; Lakes & ponds; Hills; Mountains; Streets; Maps
    • The title of the original reads: ""Map of Putnam County New-York. Surveyed and Published by R. F. O'Connor. 398 Eighth Avenue, New York. 1854."" It was advertised in the Putnam County Courier at the time as: ""A NEW MAP OF PUTNAM COUNTY,...
    • Putnam County, NY map from 1854

    • Barns; Streams; Churches; Mining; Brick industry; Schools; Stables; Outbuildings; Forge shops; Mills; Farmhouses; Farms; Croplands; Rivers; Lakes & ponds; Hills; Mountains; Streets; Maps
    • The title of the original reads: "Map of Putnam County New-York. Surveyed and Published by R. F. O'Connor. 398 Eighth Avenue, New York. 1854." It was advertised in the Putnam County Courier at the time as: "A NEW MAP OF PUTNAM COUNTY, plotted from...

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