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    • Rhinebeck Post Office: Incidents Connected with "Ferncliff"

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Village communities; Mary Powell (Ship)
    • "Incidents connected with "Ferncliff." It was bought by William Astor in 1858, the present house being built in 1860 from plans by Griffith Thomas. The grounds were laid out by Charles Augustus Ehlers and his son Louis, who is seen above the bridge...
    • 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...
    • Sketches for Panels 9 and 10,  Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Mary Powell (Ship); Hudson River Day Line
    • Preliminary artist's sketch for Panels 9 and 10 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. Panel 9: "1865. A local family in Winter's Express is moving out West. In the foreground cutter sits Mr. DeLamater just made the first President of the First National...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural: Sunday Morning Before Church Service, 1790

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
    • Panel 7 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office." "Sunday morning before Dutch Reformed Church service. This building is drawn from the still standing clapboard Durch Reformed Church at Tivoli. Two walls of the...
    • Sketch for Panel 7, 1790, Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Livingston family; Local history--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Rhinebeck (N.Y.), Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.;
    • "Sunday morning before Dutch Reformed Church service. This building is drawn from the still standing clapboard Durch Reformed Church at Tivoli. Two walls of the present structure (built by John Coddington in 1809) are made of contributed stone, tow...
    • Mattheissen Square, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Housing developments; Streets; Landscapes (Representations);
    • Evard Matthieson built the first housing development in Cornwall-on-Hudson. All the houses were two-story victorian style houses. The houses were for sale beginning October 1913. Prices ranged from $1650 to $2600. The architect was Adam B. Jaeger;...
    • Emma Hardy Memorial Home

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    • A Victorian style house originally owned by Mrs. Clementine Talmadge, a daughter of Catherine Sands Ring. The Sands-Ring family was among the earliest settlers in Cornwall.
    • North Broadway, Red Hook, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Houses;
    • Looking north on North Broadway in Red Hook, N.Y. Victorian houses are on the left, beginning with the Hoffman House, and trees line the right side of the road.
    • Soap bubbles

    • Dry plate negatives; Children; Bubbles
    • Three children are blowing soap bubbles in a Victorian parlor. They are using pipes to make the bubbles. On a table covered with newspapers is a cake of homemade soap and a dish of water.
    • Nena Teator with long hair

    • Women; Hairstyles; Posing; Dry plate negatives
    • Nevada Teator is sitting in a Victorian style chair. She is holding a book in her lap. Her hair is very long and almost touches the floor.
    • George Clum and family

    • Dry plate negatives; Families; Clothing & dress; Farmhouses;
    • A man, George Clum, is sitting with his wife, child and dog in front of a large Victorian house. He is wearing a hat, vest, coat, and trousers, The child is sitting in a youth chair and wearing a bonnet, a long dress and a sweater. His wife is...
    • Sittenham Green Children

    • Dry plate negatives; Children; Houses; Families
    • Seven children are standing on the lawn in front of a large Victorian house. The two boys are wearing knickers, knee socks and bow ties. The girls are wearing knee length dresses and bows in their hair.
    • Residence of William Orton, (Irvington, N.Y.)

    • Houses; Porches; Plants
    • The residence of William Orton in Irvington, New York. The location was possibly near Main Street and Broadway (Route 9). The two-story clapboard Victorian style home has a covered porch on one side of the house. Mature plantings are next to the...
    • Ding Dong house

    • Photographs; Houses
    • A Scenic Hudson photo of the Ding Dong house. The north section was built in 1860s, the middle wing was added in the 1890s, and the Victorian wing was added circa 1860s.
    • Victorian mansion

    • Photographs; Dwellings;
    • Two photographs of the Victorian mansion. There is a sign advertising guest rooms by the fence in the top photograph. The second photograph is of the house and the yard.
    • The West house

    • Dwellings; Houses; Photographs; Porches; Gables
    • Photograph is of a two-story Victorian architecture home. There are three steps up onto a bracketed porch. The home has one gabled window and two rounded two-story sections that jut out. One dormer window and a chimney extend from the roof. The...
    • Man posed with painting

    • Paintings; Artists; Portraits; Mustaches;
    • A man with thinning white hair and a mustache stands posed with one hand on his hip next to a framed painting. The man is wearing a buttoned suit jacket and tie. The man's gaze looks off into the distance on the left. The painting is of a...

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