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    • Sketch for Panels 1a-c, Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Half Moon (Ship); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Palatines--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town), Local history--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History;
    • From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" Panel 1(a): Some time between September 12 and 20 Henry Hudson's "Half Moon" may have anchored near Rhinecliff. A sailor chopping a tree is watched by Indians" who have burned a tree around its base....
    • Sketch for Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Village communities; Local history--New York (State)
    • Scene from history of Rhinebeck ca. 1774. "General Richard Montgomery and his wife, Janet Livingston, plant locust seedlings on what will become the lawn of "Grasmere." The bricks were baked in a home-made kiln. An ox tramples clay near an...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural:  Sketch for Panel 6a, 1774

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town), Local history--New York (State); Village communities;
    • Sketch for panels depicting General Richard Montgomery and Janet Livingston planting locust seedlings, as well as for image of cornshucking bee, c.a. 1780. Sketches for the Rhinebeck post office murals were first executed by Dowsand trasferred to...
    • Sketch for Panel 6c, 1780, Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Village communities;
    • Sketch for Rhinebeck Post Office mural panel depicting a 1780's "cornshucking bee." Mural commissioned for Rhinebeck, NY post office by WPA Section of Fine Arts Art in Public Buildings Program, photographed by C.B. Ross and Edward Campeau. Sketches...
    • 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...
    • 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....
    • Cadet drill at the Normal School

    • African American men;
    • Twelve cadets are standing in rows in front of the New Paltz Normal School. Each cadet is holding a rifle in their left arm in an upright position. Behind the cadets there are thin bales of wrapped hay, possibly used for bayoneting practice. There...
    • Mary's Nine Patch Quilt

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    • Hand sewn cotton quilt consisting of alternating nine-patch blocks and patterned fabric blocks. The entire piece is quilted with exceptionally fine stitches. The backing is off white with a floral design. The quilt is bound with thin red fabric....
    • Madison projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (more isosceles in shape than the Levanna point it replaces) with a straight to slightly concave base. Averages about 1" in length.
    • Meadowood Blade

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin, flat blades commonly made from Onondaga Chert. Very similar to Meadowood Points in morphology, only lacking side notches. They are often found in caches or burials sites (several burial site blades are colored with red ocher). The purpose of...
    • Vosburg projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Broad thin trianguloid points with small corner notches and a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. Serrated edges are not uncommon. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Madison projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (more isosceles in shape than the Levanna point it replaces) with a straight to slightly concave base. Averages about 1" in length.
    • Meadowood projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Very thin trianguloid points with narrow well developed side notches with a flat cross section with occasional serrated edges .Ranging from 1" to 3" in length. These points are very thin and skillfully made. Most are made from Onondaga Chert.
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".
    • Madison projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (more isosceles in shape than the Levanna point it replaces) with a straight to slightly concave base. Averages about 1" in length.
    • Levanna projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • Thin triangular points (mainly equilateral in shape) with concave bases. Average length ranges from 1" to 3".

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