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    • Blithewood Swimming Pool

    • Swimming pools--New York (State)
    • In the spring 2005 issue of About Town magazine, Dorothy Crane writes about the 'pool by the falls': "The pool was an integral part of summer life at Bard for 20 years after the college acquired it. A green canopy of overhanging trees shaded the...
    • Bard Pool

    • Swimming pools--New York (State)
    • This postcard depicts another angle of the Blithewood pool. Acquired by Bard with the Blithewood estate in 1951, the college maintained the pool until the early 1970s. In the spring 2005 issue of About Town magazine, Dorothy Crane writes about the...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural: Rhinebeck ca. 1940

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Village communities; Radio;
    • Panel 12 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" Contemporary Rhinebeck, deserted orchard on the left--Productive one on the right--The State Road, a milk truck-- violet houses, Park Plaza, the latest real estate...
    • Harold Mestre

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Harold Mestre, who served as the 9th president of the college, was a distinguished biophysicist appointed to the position in January of 1938. He only served for one year, dying suddenly on the second day of the fall semester of 1939. The College...
    • Reamer Kline

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Reamer Kline was president of Bard College from 1960 until 1974. An Episcopal priest, his presidency was marked by civility, even during the most turbulent time in America's social history. In 1963 the college purchased the Ward Manor property,...
    • Ice skaters at Hasbrouck Park

    • Photographs; Catholic churches; Dogs; Mountains; Parks; Skaters; Sleds & sleighs; Villages; Winter sports
    • In this photograph, ice skaters appear as silhouette-like images on a frozen flooded section of Hasbrouck Park. A dog, a horse and sleigh with passengers, and even bicycles are in the foreground. St. Joseph's Catholic Church is visible, as well as...
    • American Aniline Factory Explosion

    • Factories; Disasters; Fires; Fire fighters; Explosions;
    • The American Aniline Products Corperation 's Nyack plant that sat at the corner of Cedar Hill Ave and Railroad Avenue exploded around 9:30 A.M on Friday January 31, 1919.
      This explosion was covered by the Nyack Evening Journal, and the...
    • American Aniline Factory Explosion

    • Factories; Disasters; Fires; Fire fighters; Explosions;
    • The American Aniline Products Corperation 's Nyack plant that sat at the corner of Cedar Hill Ave and Railroad Avenue exploded around 9:30 A.M on Friday January 31, 1919.
      This explosion was covered by the Nyack Evening Journal, and the...
    • African American woman

    • Clothing & dress; Women; Skirts; Blouses; Glass negatives; Portraits
    • An African American woman wears a white blouse, probably linen, with machine lace inserts, “pouter pigeon” style in that it hangs forward, above a heavier weight skirt with patch pockets. Even though the skirt seems to be “work dress” the blouse...
    • Young woman with fur muff and collar

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Boots; Belts (Clothing); Skirts; Fur garments; Hats;
    • A young woman, young enough to be wearing a shortened skirt even though she has many womanly accouterments, poses for a studio portrait. Her narrow, 6 gore, A line skirt has deep reverse box pleats for ease of walking and she wears tall, probably...
    • Outdoor portrait of Mrs. Fowler

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Lace; Ribbons; Older people;
    • A woman sits outdoors on a wicker chair. This elderly lady may well have been photographed circa 1900 as her image was among the others here. Otherwise, it would be very difficult to say anything beyond late nineteenth century. She continues to...
    • The Sibyl, Vol 1 No. 17, 1857-03-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 1 No. 5, 1856-09-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 1 No. 15, 1857-02-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 3 No. 4, 1858-09-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 2 No. 17, 1858-03-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl, Vol. 1 No. 5, 1856-11-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...
    • The Sibyl,  Vol. 4 No. 19, 1860-04-01

    • Suffrage; Dress reform; Women's rights; Civil rights
    • The Sibyl was a newspaper edited by Lydia Sayer Hasbrouck, published between 1856 and 1864. The main focus of the paper was the new reform dress, also called "the bloomer", which usually consisted of a knee-length dress and a pair of trousers. An...

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