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    • Building-structure inventory form:"Stokes House"

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    • Inventory form for building located on Continental Rd at Wee Wah Rd. recording the following information: Morton C. McGraime (owner at time of inventory). A three story half-timbered on a stone foundation. Three gables, each growing progressively...
    • Building-structure inventory form: Hedera

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    • Inventory form for building located on Turtle Point Rd; northwestern end of Tuxedo Lake recording the following information: Dr. Ercole Fiore (owner at time of inventory). A two and one-half story solidly constructed stone skeleton of arches and...
    • Armenonville Farm, Orangeburg, NY

    • Architecture; Buildings; Houses; Farmhouses; Domestic life; Dormers; Awnings; Driveways; Porches;
    • Postcard showing Armenonville Farm located in Orangeburg, NY. The building is a large structure with a porch and gables. There are many windows and awnings covering each window. The roof is red and the siding is white. There is a circular driveway...
    • Victorian barn, Nyack, NY

    • Barns
    • A gravel drive leads to the double doorway of this ornate Victorian barn. The upper story has gables, a balcony, and a cupola. The upper stories were possibly used as apartments. The location of this building is unknown.
    • Barn at 47 Washington Avenue, South Nyack, NY

    • Barns;
    • The barn at 47 Washington Avenue in South Nyack is as ornate as many houses. In "A Stroll Through South Nyack," the walker is advised; "Don't miss the abundant Gothic detail on the barn - a quatrefoil window, hooded windows, slate roof with...
    • Miss Kean's House at Grand View, NY

    • Chapels; Stone buildings; Women;
    • Miss Kean's house in Grand View is the Wayside Chapel, which was built ca. 1880. The sandstone building has stepped gables and a patterned slate roof. The entryway has a double door and above it, a bell tower that is slightly higher than the...
    • The Wayside Chapel, Grand View, NY

    • Churches; Postcards; Bell towers;
    • This lightly tinted image focuses on the quiet beauty of this small chapel on the shores of the Hudson River. Tendrils of ivy creep across the slate tiles of the roof. The bell tower, although small, equals the doorway in height, and the stepped...
    • Waywayanda Lodge now and then

    • Gables; Masonic buildings; Porches; Chimneys; Fences;
    • This image is composed of two images. The top image is of a three story clapboard building. There are two chimneys extending off of the side-gabled roof. There are two sets of wooden entry doors on the bottom level on opposite ends of the house. A...
    • 98 Depot Place, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This L-shaped house has a remnant of the Greek revival style in the notched eaves of the gables. This house and 118 Depot Place were twins but are no longer identical.
    • 5 Salisbury Place, Nyack, NY

    • Houses
    • The Frost House was built in 1927, designed by Henry Emery. In the style of an English Country house, it has large roof planes and an asymmetrical arrangement of gables. The house is of fireproof construction with steel beams, concrete slabs and...

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