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    • Hoffman Memorial Library, ca. 1930

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • Five men in academic gowns sit on lawn benches by the Hoffman Memorial Library. Two books are piled on each bench arm in the foreground; one of the men holds a paper or pamphlet. They appear to be in the midst of an informal class or seminar.
    • Albee : excavation, 1924

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • The excavation of the future site of Albee. A horse-drawn cart stands in the foreground, surrounded by men digging and surveying the site.
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    • A pamphlet detailing the grounds of the Ward Manor property and the mission of the founders of its elderly community and childrens' summer camps.
    • Ward Manor : William H. Matthews, ca. 1940

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    • William H. Matthews, Chairman of the Ward Manor Committee and Director of the Fresh Air Camps, sits among the trees and brush. Mr. Matthews was the founder of Ward Manor as a haven for elderly people and city children, with the financial backing of...
    • John Bard, 1893

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    • Shown here at age 74, John Bard was a member of 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 City and from...
    • 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...
    • Tivoli Men

    • Portraits, group
    • Ten men posing together on bridge over sign saying "Return to Sup'r. of Bridges and Buildings." Smiling man second from right on the top row is identified as "Happy" McAuliffe.
    • J.L. DePeyster Hose Co. No. 1

    • Portraits, group; Fire stations
    • Hose Co. #1, Tivoli's Volunteer Firemen in full dress. They are standing in front of the De Peyster fire station which formerly stood across from St. Sylvia's Church on Broadway.
    • Tivoli Men Posing for Photo

    • Portraits, group
    • Nine men posing for a photograph identified as follows: Top Row: James Outwater, Palmetier, Emory Cole, Andrew Rockefeller. Bottom Row: George Minkler, George Cole, Wallace Moore, Henry Miller, Montgomery Marshall.
    • Railroad Workers

    • Railroad construction workers
    • Twelve railroad workers pose in front of New York Central Lines railroad steam shovel.
    • Horse-drawn Buggy

    • Horse-drawn vehicles; Hotels
    • Two men sitting in horse-drawn buggy, in front of the Madalin Hotel. An article in the Poughkeepsie Sunday New Yorker, dated Sunday, June 18th, 1950, uses this image and identifies the driver as Patrick H. Morey, the passenger as John Carpenter,...
    • Potts Hotel

    • Hotels
    • Caption on the back of the photo reads "First built in 1846 as a store at the corner of Montgomery St. and Broadway, this building was later changed to the Potts Hotel, owned by P.H. Morey. It then became the Elting's Store, and later an apartment...
    • Children on horse

    • Photographs
    • William Matthews' scrapbook caption reads: "Dick the horse always said o.k. when White House campers asked for a ride to the barn."
    • Mr. Matthews on trumpet with "Bronco" Charlie Miller

    • Photographs
    • William Henry Matthews plays the trumpet, center, while "Bronco" Charlie Miller listens, at left. Bungalow Hill. William Matthews' scrapbook notes: "Bronco Charley Miller's "saga of the saddle" began in the 1860s when he began riding the Pony...
    • Mr. Matthews and Bruce Matthews

    • Fathers and sons
    • Director William Henry Matthews, left, with son Bruce Matthews. An Episcopal priest by training, William Matthews instead served people through social work and political advocacy. He was friends with William Ward of Ward Baking Company and in...
    • Tennis in front of the Greybarns

    • Photographs
    • Tennis courts with barn in the distance. The barn still exists and is the only remaining structure on the Tivoli Bays property. It was on these courts that Bruce Matthews, son of the Director William Matthews, met a young counselor named Ellinor...

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