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    • Jesse Woodhull Salary list

    • Wages;
    • Jesse Woodhull paid the people on this hand written list which includse many prominent land owner's, leading us to suspect that this is related to some official project. Jesse Woodhull was involved in overseeing the roadways, school district...
    • Andrew James Maroney Oral History Interview [Audio]

    • Railroads; Steamboats; Children; Fishermen; Swimming; Libraries
    • Andrew Maroney (born May 15, 1921) was a long-time resident who was very interested in the history of Cornwall-on_Hudson, New York. He was involved in village activites and liked to tell stories of the history of the village.
    • Gertrude Pope Oral History Interview [Audio]

    • Political activity; Librarians; People; Schools; Social life; Theaters;
    • Mrs. Pope's family was very involved in local politics and in local organizations. She had a lot of information about the genealogy of her family. She remembered all the names of her teachers in the school on Idlewild Avenue and could also name...
    • sports_sched1

    • Postcards; Documents; College administrators; Teachers;
    • State University of New York seal with motto "Let each become all he is capable of being" appears on the right side of the postcard, along with a list of faculty involved with the sports program.
    • Demolition of the little Red Schoolhouse 1960

    • Photographs; Buildings; Passageways; Debris; Chimneys; People; Men; Automobiles;
    • Three men involved in the demolition of the Red Schoolhouse. Preparation for the destruction is being made. The corridor and building are visible in the photo with a pile of debris in front of the corridor.
    • Dorris Dabney oral history interview

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    • Retired IBMer. Manager. Dorey was hired as a secretary by IBM in 1956. He was in management for sixteen years, retiring in 1987. Dorey was involved in many organizations i.e., Chamber of commerce, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Big Brothers/Sisters,...
    • Kingston's part in the World War 1918

    • War; Memorabilia;
    • This booklet, issued by the New York American newspaper, describes the contributions of Kingston, NY to the World War I effort. It includes photos and information on Kingston citizens involved in the war, both as soldiers and volunteers.
    • Woman wearing open work fabric

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Collars; Dresses;
    • This woman wears fabric of what may be a silk/wool combination. However, there are two fabrics involved the “V” shaped insert in the front of her bodice. Here, a machine made open work fabric is layered over a lighter color. You can see this in...
    • 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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