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    • Rev. James Starr Clark

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Photographed here as a distinguished older man, James Starr Clark was a pivotal figure in the 19th century history of Tivoli. Arriving at Annandale in the early 1850's as a tutor to the Bard children, he lived with the family for two years, during...
    • William Bard, son of John Bard

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Willie Bard stands for a formal portrait. The only son of Margaret Johnston Bard and John Bard, his death in 1868 plunged the family into such grief that removal from Annandale to Europe seemed the only course. A small white stone was installed...
    • Trinity School and grounds

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • This view of the grounds of Trinity School shows the extent of the operation. At its height, the facility included a gymnasium, barn, steam laundry, orchard, garden and vineyard on its ten acre site. James Starr Clark saw to it that the...
    • Watts De Peyster Industrial Home and School

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • Despite the title of the postcard, this building was never home to John Watts De Peyster, who lived at Rose Hill in Tivoli. Originally built under the direction of James Starr Clark with funds provided by John and Margaret Bard, this school had...
    • Watts de Peyster Industrial Home for Girls

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • A group of resident girls can be seen standing in front of the De Peyster Industrial School and Home on a foggy day. No photographs remain from the days of its existence as the Trinity School and Home for boys under the direction of James Starr...
    • De Peyster Home monument

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • This marble monument, which still stands on North Road in Tivoli, is the only remnant of the school built by John and Margaret Bard and James Starr Clark, later purchased and renamed by John Watts de Peyster. This gentleman was well known for,...
    • John Bard

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Posing here as a young man, John Bard was born in 1819 to a distinguished family of doctors and educators. His grandfather and great-grandfather, Drs. Samuel and John Bard respectively, were preeminent physicians who practiced both in New York...
    • James Starr Clark

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Pictured here as a young man, James Starr Clark came to Annandale in the 1850's as a tutor to the Bard children. He lived with the family for two years, during which time he developed a close, trusting relationship with the family. Hard working...
    • Tivoli Postal Workers

    • Postal service--Employees
    • Back of photograph identifies Postmaster Mildred Demboski, clerk Isabelle Gruntler, and carrier Harold Decker. Taken in front of the Tivoli Post Office on Friendship St.
    • Eleanor Roosevelt with Others

    • First ladies (United States)
    • Eleanor Roosevelt stands with Tivoli residents on the occasion of her Memorial Day speech at the Red Church. The woman on her right is Alice Bard, and the gentlemen on her left are veterans "Billy" Brown and George Woolsey, respectively.
    • Samuel Bard to Dr. John Bard, November 28, 1761

    • Manuscripts; United States--History--French and Indian War, 1755-1763
    • This letter was written by nineteen year old Samuel to his father Dr. John Bard. Samuel's ship was captured by the French as he sailed to England to pursue his medical education. Kept as a prisoner of war in the south of France, Samuel later...
    • Students read onstage with band in background

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • "A weekly variety show of WXBC broadcast from the stage of the college." (from verso of similar photograph) Students are identified as Flicker, Joel H. Fields '53, Peter Hess Stone '51, Jordan King, Andrew Pierson Strong, Jr., '51, Whitney F....
    • Student reading in sound booth

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • A student reads a "Western Union Press Message" in the sound booth. Nightly news was wired from the New York Times starting in 1950.
    • Students performing on stage

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • Verso explains: "The weekly variety show of WXBC broadcast from the stage of the college theatre. Spring 1950." This school year marked the start of drama and variety shows being broadcast to the Poughkeepsie area with the assistance of WKIP.

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