The Jean (Jacob) Hasbrouck House was built by Jacob Hasbrouck in 1722. This house is an example of 17th c. Dutch-American town house with one-and-one half stories tall. Alfred Hasbrouck, the drawing's artist, was the second great-grandson of Jacob Hasbrouck and the grandson to Colonel Josiah Hasbrouck, the builder of Locust Lawn.
This late 19th century sketch was found in a pocket-sized, leather-bound sketchbook which contains ink drawings of local historic sites and stereotypical cartoon images drawn by Dr. Alfred Hasbrouck, amateur artist and physician of Poughkeepsie, Dutchess County, NY.
Surname spellings and their variants: Hasbrouck, Hasboruck
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