9 photos (clockwise from top left):DLH&P Managers office, Rhinebeck Gazette building on south side of East Market Street, manager's office (possibly the 2nd floor of Gazette building) Central Hudson Gas & Electric Corporation building, same, house...
6 photographes (clockwise from top left): utility truck on side of road with man operating rock driller, photo of a house which was replaced by the future Central Hudson building does not originally belong to the page. It shows the north side of...
4 photographs. Appear to be the ""original unit"" from several angles, plus a shot of the ""switch board"" Bottom right photo show the machine plus a roll-top desk, tools on the wall, a chair, and oil cans next to the desk.
Electrical apparatus; Private utility companies; People
4 photographs (clockwise from top left): two men infront of high voltage shed with R. Raymond Rikert on left, R. Raymond Rikert in front of brick building, D.L.H. & P. Co. High Voltage shed, interior of shed.
5 photographs-far left three are of a building before and after renovations. The right two are of electical structure. The bottom middle photograph is of a man painting the smoke stack that is photographed many times before in the album.
Water; Private utility companies; Power industry; Pulleys;
Five photographs. The photos are an out-of-order sequence of the installation of the water softner. A large multi-metal sheet tube, being placed with pulleys, planks, and ladders. On the bottom of the top right photo someone has written "July...
Power plants; Buildings; Private utility companies; Photograph albums;
Two photographed images of the same brick building. Each photo is from a different angle. There is a tall circular smole stack on the building. In the second photo there are two men. The photos were taken in the winter.
6 photographs-far left 3 photographs are different angles of a coal storage barn, which appears to have vehicle driven into it and destruction. The right three photographs are more images of the construction of the water softner.