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    • Watts De Peyster Industrial Home and School

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • Despite the title of the postcard, this building was never home to John Watts De Peyster, who lived at Rose Hill in Tivoli. Originally built under the direction of James Starr Clark with funds provided by John and Margaret Bard, this school had...
    • Hoffman Store Public Sale Notice

    • General stores
    • This newspaper advertisement signalled the end of an era as Hoffman's Store, located at the base of Broadway, sold off its stock at auction. In his book 'Tivoli, a Social History,' Richard Wiles states that this event was an indication that Tivoli...
    • Player Piano Shop

    • Musical instruments
    • The back of this photograph identifies this as : "Inside of Larry's Piano Shop". The image looks considerably older than it is : in the 1970s, Larry Broadmoore repaired and sold player pianos in a small building on Broadway, historically a...
    • Blithewood North Lawn

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College;
    • This photograph of the north lawn of Blithewood was probably taken soon after Bard College acquired the estate in November of 1951. At that time, and on the death of his mother, Christian Zabriskie donated (in exchange for $1) the property to...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. Some Rhinebeck Buildings

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Local history--New York (State)
    • Sixth Panel over Window in Rhinebeck Post Office. From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" "Some outstanding Rhinebeck buildings--Foreground from left to right:--The School, designed and built in 1869 by Peter M. Fulton, burned in 1939; The...
    • Conklin & Roe To J. Durland & Son

    • Documents; General stores;
    • J. Durland & Son statement for supplies sold to Conklin & Roe Lumber Yard, which was located downtown across from the Erie Depot. The Durland Store was located in Uptown Chester at the corner of Main Street & Academy Avenue, then called Durland's...
    • Dr. C. P. Smith, Sr. residence

    • Photographs; Dwellings;
    • Photograph of dwelling located on the corner of High Street & Hambletonian Avenue, Chester, NY. William Rysdyk, of Hambletonian fame, sold the residence to Dr. C. P. Smith, Sr., who later sold it to Geo. M. Roe, great uncle of Arno Beiling who...
    • Pullmanette post card advertisement

    • Postcards; Advertisements; Advertising cards; Furniture; Furniture stores;
    • Post card advertising the Pullmanette Davenport sold by Chas. J. Stones Furniture Co. of Newburgh, New York. Sent to Mrs. Geo. H. Mapes of Chester, N. Y.
    • High Street, Chester, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Dwellings; Correspondence;
    • Post card: High Street, Chester, N. Y. on the corner of High Street & Hambletonian Avenue looking north. House pictured after Geo. Roe bought it. William Rysdyk sold it to Dr. C. P. Smith, Sr., who later sold it to Geo. M. Roe, great uncle of...
    • One Share of Chester Library

    • Libraries; Documents;
    • The library was incorporated with seven trustees on Nov. 17, 1797. This organization was verified before Judge Wickham in Goshen and recorded that same year. Abijali Yelverton, innkeeper, was appointed the first librarian.

      Shares in the...
    • Greycourt Overlook Company Prospectus

    • Advertisements; Letterheads; Real estate development;
    • This prospectus promotes the development of the hill to the south of Greycourt. Several lots were sold, but it did not attract the "grand camping houses" that the promoters wished for.
    • Firth Mill, Firthcliffe, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Mills; Buildings; Industry; Factories
    • Firth Carpet Mill was founded by Thomas F. Firth who came to Cornwall from Scotland. The mill employed 500 people at one time. Firth carpets were sold all over the world. It was in operation from 1886 to 1962.
    • Eureka Hotel

    • Architecture; Houses; Hotels;
    • This elaborate house was owned by Josiah G. Clark who sold it to Mr. Barnet L. Solomon in 1869. It was located at Land's End which is the point of Storm King Mountain on the east where it meets the Hudson River.

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