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    • Trinity School and grounds

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • This view of the grounds of Trinity School shows the extent of the operation. At its height, the facility included a gymnasium, barn, steam laundry, orchard, garden and vineyard on its ten acre site. James Starr Clark saw to it that the...
    • Tivoli Men

    • Portraits, group
    • Ten men posing together on bridge over sign saying "Return to Sup'r. of Bridges and Buildings." Smiling man second from right on the top row is identified as "Happy" McAuliffe.
    • Young girl campers

    • Photographs
    • William Matthews' describes this photograph in his scrapbook: "Here are 109 of the 1036 individuals who were welcomed at summer camps and Bungalow Hill over a three month period. Ten minutes before this picture was taken, these girls were romping...
    • "The House on the Rock"

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    • The structure in the foreground, sometimes referred to as the 'Stone Jug,' was the first dormitory on campus. An article in a February 1897 issue of the St. Stephen's Messenger notes the following: "In this house lived the few students, who at...
    • Whaleback

    • Photographs; Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.); Automobiles;
    • This building known as the Whaleback has been owned twice by Bard. Early in the 20th century, it was a student dormitory, (see: http://www.hrvh.org/u?/bard,212). In 1965 Bard purchased it for use as faculty apartment housing. Originally, this...
    • Rev. Robert B. Fairbairn

    • College presidents; Photography; Priests--United States
    • Rev. Robert B. Fairbairn was the third president of the college. During this time the title warden was used and he is often referred to as "The Great Warden," having served as warden from 1863 to 1898, making him the longest serving head of the...
    • A Slaver Captured

    • Clippings; Sailing ships; Slave quarters; Slave ships; Slave trade; Slavery; Vessels; Warships
    • A newspaper article reporting a slave ship captured along the coast of Cuba in 1857. The captives, aged from ten to eighteen years, described as unfortunate creatures, taken from a place called Kabinda, on the coast of Africa. Of the 500 taken,...
    • Chester photo folio

    • Photographs; Viewbooks; Villages; Buildings; Schools;
    • Album/folio of ten photos of Chester scenes. Chester High School on Oakland Avenue, called University Heights. Lower left corner marked: "3rd Grade" Bottom: "Chester Academy" "A bit of High St., Chester, N.Y." Right house: "Thompson's" "Along...
    • 09_11_p15

    • People; Posing; Cabins
    • Two photographs showing a group of ten people posing infront of the kitchen/control room at Yama Farms captioned: "All of the crew." Third photograph showing a large group of people sitting on chairs outside in the lawns captioned: "The Presidents."
    • (WVRR) Dirk DeWitt on board

    • Railroad locomotives; Railroads; Railroad employees; Boys; Children;
    • Little Dirk R. DeWitt joins "Casey" in the cab of the massive engine on the Wallkill Valley Railroad, New Paltz-Gardiner section. This steam locomotive was an engine in the Ten Wheeler class (4-6-0s). It was originally one of twenty made in...
    • Williams Lake Polar Bears

    • Winter sports; Snow; Lakes & ponds; Swimmers; Swimming; Swimming pools; Bathing suits; Clubs; Cabins;
    • Caption of back reads: "Williams Lake Polar Bears, January 27, 1935. Binnewater, Ulster County, New York." Ten men in bathing suits strike a formal pose for the camera on a snow- covered frozen Williams Lake beside a small rectangular section...
    • 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...
    • Court of sessions, September 3, 1707

    • Slavery--Law and legislation;
    • Isaac Hasbrouck of New Paltz was accused of assaulting Hugo Freer. He beat, wounded, and bruised Hugo Freer so that his ear bled. Hasbrouck pleaded guilty and threw himself upon the Court. He was ordered to pay 20 shillings. During the same session...

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