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    • Aspinwall Dormitory, ca. 1920

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • A view of Aspinwall from the west, including path. Vines are beginning to form on the building's side.
    • Warden's Hall Dormitory, ca. 1920

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • A view of Warden's Hall (Hopson, Fairbairn, and Seymour) from the west. The grounds appear to be newly landscaped, and the path newly lain.
    • Acorn Store

    • Automobiles; Village communities
    • This photograph depicts the Moore building as the home of 'Choinsky's 'Acorn Store.' The square tower visible in the earlier postcard is gone, and there appears to be a traffic light attached to the exterior of the building. Open awnings lend a...
    • Gerry House

    • Photographs; College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College;
    • The President's House was built in 1913 with money from Robert L. Gerry and his family. Major additions to the two ends of the house were added in 1966.
    • "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...
    • St. Stephen's Ceremonial Graduation Walk from the Early 20th Centry

    • St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); College graduates; College students--New York (State); Bard College--History;
    • A St. Stephen's Graduating class of the early 20th century marches up "The Elm Walk," strung with hanging American flags. They wear caps and gowns in the academic procession, part of the traditional commencement ceremony.
    • Rhinebeck Post Office: Incidents Connected with "Ferncliff"

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Village communities; Mary Powell (Ship)
    • "Incidents connected with "Ferncliff." It was bought by William Astor in 1858, the present house being built in 1860 from plans by Griffith Thomas. The grounds were laid out by Charles Augustus Ehlers and his son Louis, who is seen above the bridge...
    • Sketches for Panels 9 and 10,  Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Mary Powell (Ship); Hudson River Day Line
    • Preliminary artist's sketch for Panels 9 and 10 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. Panel 9: "1865. A local family in Winter's Express is moving out West. In the foreground cutter sits Mr. DeLamater just made the first President of the First National...
    • Chatham Class

    • School children; Teachers; Educational facilities; Group portraits
    • Twenty-seven students pose outside Grammar School with a male teacher.
    • Chester Mills

    • Mills;Photographs
    • Photograph of Chester Mills, operated by F.B. Seely, Wholesale & Retail Dealer in Grain, Flour, Feed &c. It was demolished by W.A. Lawrence about 1920. The location is now, 7/30/2002, side parking lot at 117-119 Brookside Ave. Some stone work for...
    • Main Street, between Elm and Maple

    • Dwellings;photographs
    • Main Street photograph: Left to right: early 1900's Dr. Davis (2002, 103 Main Street); mid-1900's George Hawkins (2002, 105 Main Street); mid-1900's Albert & Lil Davis (2002, 107 Main Street). These dwellings were built in the 1880-1910 period.
    • Marjorie L. Littell

    • Photographs; portraits;
    • Photograph of Marjorie L. Littell. She was born August 20, 1898 in New Rochelle, NY, the daughter of the late . She married Harry M. Littell and they resided in Chester.
    • Florence Tuthill

    • Photographs; portraits;
    • Photograph of Florence Tuthill. Ida Littell married Harry Tuthill and had four children: Edith, Marie, Florence & Hope Fay, who died.

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