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  • Publisher: Anthony
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    • 'Neath The StormKing

    • Stereographs; Land; Mountains; Piers & wharves
    • This is a view of the settlement called "The Landing" at the foot of Storm King Mountain, in the village of Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.
    • Idlewild, the residence of N.P. Willis

    • Stereographs; Architecture; Mansions;
    • Idlewild was built by N. P. Willis in 1852. The style is Gothic "built of brick and covered with a lime wash". It was designed by Calvert Vaux with a central hall from which opened a parlor, dining room, library, bedroom and staircase hall. ...
    • Cascade in the Ravine, near Idlewilde

    • Stereographs; Streams; Rapids;
    • A picure of the brook that runs in The Glen, beside Idlewilde, the home of Nathaniel Parker Willis, a well-known 19th century author. The Glen is the gorge between Idlewilde and the parade ground at New York Military Academy, Cornwall-on-Hudson,...
    • Idlewild, the Residence of N.P. Willis

    • Stereographs; Architecture; Houses; Trees; Nature;
    • Idlewild, was built in 1852 by Nathaniell Parker Willis, a well-known 19th century author. It was built in the Gothic style "of brick and covered with a lime wash". It was designed by Calvert Vaux with a central hall from which opened a parlor,...
    • The Bridge over the Moodna

    • Stereographs; People; Rowboats; Rivers
    • A view of the Moodna Creek just before it joins the Hudson River, near Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York. There are four men and a rowboat on the south side of the creek. The water is calm, so there is no wind, so the men may be going fishing or just...
    • Beauties of the Hudson, No. 369

    • Stereographs; Rivers; Settlements;
    • A settlement in New Windsor, New York, looking south to Cornwall, New York. This is a view of the Hudson River at Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, looking south with Storm King Mountain on the right and Breakneck Mountain on the left.
    • Idlewilde, Front view

    • Stereographs; Architecture; Shrubs; Trees;
    • This is a front view of Idlewilde from across what appears to be a field of corn. Idlewilde was built in 1852 by Nathaniel Parker Willis, a well-known 19th century author.
    • Beauties of the Hudson River.  No. 4120

    • Stereographs; Rivers; People; Leisure; Land;
    • The photographer called this scene "Along Shore View." It appears to be along the Hudson River near Plum Point and where the Moodna Creek flows into the Hudson River. There are at least 6 people watching something in the river.

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