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    • Potts Hotel

    • Hotels
    • Caption on the back of the photo reads "First built in 1846 as a store at the corner of Montgomery St. and Broadway, this building was later changed to the Potts Hotel, owned by P.H. Morey. It then became the Elting's Store, and later an apartment...
    • Hartzell Album, Page 5

    • Photograph albums; Greek letter societies; St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • This page includes several 1914 photographs of the Whaleback Apartment Building, owned by St. Stephen's College at that time, and used as a dormitory.
    • "Zabriskie's Waterfalls"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • In this image taken in the summer of 1945, the Zabriskie family still owned Blithewood and much of the land adjoining Bard College. As evidenced by this image labelled 'Zabrisky's (sic) Falls', a good deal of student trespassing transpired before...
    • 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...
    • "The Scarlet Harriers"

    • St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); College students--New York (State); College students--New York (State);
    • In this picture, the St. Stephen's cross country team, named "The Scarlet Harriers," poses on the steps of the Memorial Gymnasium. One race that became popular in the 1920s was the 'Whaleback Run,' a three mile cross country race through the...
    • 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...
    • Chester Mfg Co. staff

    • Group portraits; Employees;Photographs
    • Inside of the Coat Factory in the old Produce Bldg. Operated by the Chester Manufacuring Company, which was owned by Ed Hockberg and Freda Cavallaro. Photograph of staff. Left side: Ida Bahagalo; Ida Fichia; Joan Greco; Mary Fruestaci. Right...
    • Hambletonian Monument

    • Photographs; Monuments; Horse racing;
    • Photograph of the Hambletonian Monument located on Hambletonian Ave., at intersection with Oakland Avenue. “Hambletonian, "The Father of Harness Racers" owned by entrepreneur Wm Rysdyck. Rysdyck's horses "Long Island Black Hawk" and "New York...
    • Brook Farm Stables, Chester, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Stables; Agricultural facilities;
    • World famous Brook Farm was owned by Richard Delafield in the early twentieth century. This was home to Mr. Delafield's trotters, and a track where he hosted trotting races. Next to the former William Rysdyk farm where Hambletonian, progenitor of...
    • Chester High School

    • Postcards; Schools;
    • Chester High School postcard. The school was located on Oakland Ave., built in 1906 after the fire that consumed the 1842 Chester Academy. This building was later destroyed by fire in 1948, when owned Chester Cable Corp.
    • Shawbay, 2:07 1/4

    • Horse farms; Horse racing; Horses; Race horses; Sport clothes; Sports;
    • Photo postcard of Trotter, Shawbay, with driver in racing colors proclaiming run of 2:07 1/4! A year later Shawbay would improve that time by two seconds! Shawbay was got by Silent Brook, 2 :16 1/2; Dam Mary Mapes (dam of five, including May...
    • River Lighthouse, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Blind persons;
    • The large two-story house was originally part of the land owned by the Sands family. The estate was called "Evergreen" and owned by Clementine Talmadge, a daughter of Catherine Sands Ring. In 1911 the house was owned by Mrs. Emma Hardy who...
    • 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.

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