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    • Rhinebeck Post Office: The Steamboat "Clermont," 1807

    • Steamboat lines--Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.)--History; Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.)--History
    • Panel 8 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. The steamboat "Clermont" sails by Slate Dock on its August 17th, 1807 maiden voyage. The "Clermont" was designed by Robert Fulton, built in partnership with Robert Livingston, and named after Livingston's...
    • Sketch for Panel 8 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Steamboat lines--Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.)--History; Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.)--History
    • The "Clermont" sails by Slate Dock on its August 17th, 1807 maiden voyage. The "Clermont" was designed by Robert Fulton, built in partnership with Robert Livingston, and named after Livingston's Hudson Valley estate. Though Fulton's project was...
    • The Clermont, 295 Wall Street, Kingston, New York

    • Commercial facilities; Brickwork; Celebrations; Flags; Utility poles;
    • The Clermont Building located at 295 Wall Street, Kingston N.Y., decorated with flags and bunting for an unknown occasion. Abel A. Crosby was a local merchant with extensive real estate holdings when he built the Clermont around 1880. The top floor...
    • Replica of the Clermont

    • Steamboats; Side wheelers; Centennial celebrations;
    • A black and white photograph of the reproduction of the Clermont. Note with photograph said "Replica of "Clermont" Robert Fulton's Steamboat, in Lagoon at Kingston Point, N.Y."
    • The First Trip of the "Clermont"

    • Postcards; Ships; Boats; Channels;
    • The first trip of the "Clermont." The initial trip of the first steamboat, the "Clermont," invented by Robert Fulton, was made on Aug. 11th, 1807. Its destination was Albany, a distance of 150 miles from New York City, and the speed averaged five...
    • Robert Fulton's Steamboat "Clermont"

    • Postcards; Steamboats; Flags;
    • The Clermont - The Clermont was the primitive steamboat in which Robert Fulton made his pioneer voyage on the Hudson River from New York to Albany and Return, starting on Monday, August 17, 1807, and reaching New York again on Friday, August 21....
    • Robert Fulton

    • Postcards; Flags; Ships; People; Cityscapes;
    • Robert Fulton, the pioneer of steam navigation, was born in Fulton, Lancaster Co., Pa., Nov. 14th 1765. The "Clermont" , designed by him, was the first steamboat to make a successful trip. She was 133 feet long, 18 feet wide, 9 feet deep and 160...
    • 1609 Hudson - Fulton Celebration - 1909

    • Postcards; Celebrations; Ships; Rivers; Calendars;
    • Distant view of the Hudson River with the Half Moon and the Clermont ships, inset images of Henry Hudson on the upper left and Robert Fulton on the lower right. The bottom of the image contains a list of dates and description of activities for the...
    • Dock landing of the "Clermont"

    • Postcards; Loading docks; Ships; People; Luggage; Travel;
    • Dock landing of the "Clermont." The "Clermont," the first boat propelled by steam, required 32 hours to go to Albany from New York City-about 150 miles. The fare was $7., and freight was carried at the rate of three cents a pound. Plying the same...
    • North to the Hook 2000

    • Views; Housing developments;
    • From the public dock at Clermont Condos in Nyack, one sees abandoned pilings, the dock of Nyack Boat Club, the apartments at 101 Gedney Street and the Rivercrest Condominiums. In the distance is Hook Mountain.
    • Nyack: Main Street from Clermont

    • Streets; Business districts;
    • Looking uphill from the Clermont condos, The Southern Comfort restaurant is on the left and uphill a bit is the old vanilla factory, a gray brick building. The Presidential Life Building is at the top of the hill on the right.
    • Nyack Waterfront at the Foot of Burd Street

    • Waterfronts;
    • From above the Hudson River, the waterfront of Nyack is laid out for the viewer. The old ferry terminal is to the right, the faux lighthouse and marina are on the left. Burd Street heads uphill in the center. All of the waterfront portion has been...

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