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    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural: 1780's Cornshucking Bee

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Village communities
    • ". . . The boy who has found a red ear kisses the girl who brings the cider." ("Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office") Notice Dows's inclusion of a black slave laborer in lower right corner. Slavery officially persisted in New York State until 1799....
    • Sketch for Rhinebeck Post Office Mural : Cornshucking Bee

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Local history--New York (State); Village communities;
    • ". . . The boy who has found a red ear kisses the girl who brings the cider." ("Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office") Notice Dows's inclusion of a black slave laborer in lower right corner. Slavery officially persisted in New York State until 1799....
    • Ida Roosa and Mary Cully

    • African American teenagers;
    • Photograph of Ida Roosa and Mary Cully taken in Kent, Delaware. Ida Roosa, born in 1873, was the daughter of John Roosa and Sarah Elting. The young African American woman holding the dog is most probably Mary Cully. Mary, the only servant to the...
    • Sukie's house

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    • Photograph of the house where Sukie lived. Sukie was most probably a servant or former slave to Lambert Jenkins on Jenkinstown Road in Gardiner, N.Y.
    • Sukie's house

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    • Photograph of the house where Sukie lived. Sukie was most probably a servant or former slave to Lambert Jenkins on Jenkinstown Road in Gardiner, N.Y.
    • Sukie

    • African American women;
    • Sukie was most probably a servant or former slave to Lambert Jenkins on Jenkinstown Road in Gardiner, N.Y.
    • Addressed to Garret Servant, Upper Nyack, NY

    • Stationery;
    • This bright yellow envelope is addressed to Garret Servant, President of the Village of Upper Nyack, Nyack, NY. It is in Winston Perry's collection of Upper Nyack historical items. In the 1890 Nyack Directory, Garrett G. Sarvant is listed as the...

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