Aspinwall Dormitory, the oldest building on main campus, from the northwest. The photograph appears to have been taken some time after the construction of the hall, but before Stone Row was built in 1884.
Bard Hall from the east. A car is parked in front of the building; St. Margaret's Well stands in the field to the left. Built in 1852 by John and Margaret Bard, this building functioned as the original chapel, and was immediately established as a...
Bard Hall, the College's oldest building (built in 1852), from the south. John and Margaret Bard built this as the original chapel, and a parish school was immediately established for neighborhood children.
A bus holding some of the elderly residents of Ward Manor sits in front of the entrance to Manor House, one of the two large buildings in which members lived, now a dormitory for Bard College students.
Page four of a newspaper published by the Community Service Society (formerly the Association for Improving the Condition of the Poor) about radio personality Wythe Williams' visit to Ward Manor in 1941.