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Color-tinted photograph of the Wayside Inn in Ellenville.

Local resident Al Palmatier recalls the various businesses and markets he that frequented and worked for during his youth in Poughkeepsie.

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Color illustration. Text at bottom reads: "Oldest Hotel in America. 1700-1918. W.W. Foster, Proprietor."

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Color photograph, promotional card showing the Dutchess Manor dining room. From the reverse: "Dutchess Manor, Box 62 Beacon, N.Y. Overlooking the majestic Hudson River, 13 miles north of Bear Mt. Bridge on Route 9D. Accommodations, Two Scenic…

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Color photograph, images of the interior & exterior of the Cottonwood Inn & Motel in Millbrook.

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Color photograph of the exterior of the Cottonwood Inn & Motel in Millbrook.

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The original Nelson House, located at 24-36 Market Street.

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Color photograph of The Windmill exterior. From the reverse: "View of Annex No. 1--The Windmill--3 miles South of Poughkeepsie on Route U.S. 9. 471-81 South Road. Large Rooms & Bath--Spacious Grounds--All Modern Conveniences--Home Cooked Meals.…

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"Potts' Hotel in Tivoli, P.H. Potts, Proprietor. A Thorough New Hotel, Latest Improvements. Heated throughout by Hot Water. First Class Accommodations for Commercial Men, Stage connects with all trains. Livery Attached."

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "The Delamater House was designed by Alexander Jackson Davis in 1844. The house remains one of the few early examples of American Gothic residences still in existence. Davis designed many State Capitol buildings as…

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Color photographs of the interior & exterior. From the reverse: "Circa 1700. 'Oldest Hotel in America.' Advancing years add lustre to this early stage-coach stop. This famous Inn has catered to the traveling public since 1700 & has entertained…

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "Beekman Arms Hotel (Bogardus Tavern--1775). Local Bicentennial Headquarters. During Revolutionary War training grounds for soldiers under command of Col. Henry Beekman Livingston. Shown: Minutemen of '76 of Dutch…

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "The old pine tap room, one of the most attractive in the Hudson Valley. Three of the original beams, as well as the original fireplace, are still to be found in this charming cocktail & dining room."

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Color photograph of the interior. From the reverse: "The original huge fireplace lends to the atmosphere of an early American tavern scene, truly a rendezvous of friends."

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Color photograph of the exterior. From the reverse: "This famous old inn has catered to the traveling public continuously since 1700. An early stagecoach stop on the post road it has entertained such notable people as Washington & F.D. Roosevelt."

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Color photograph of the exterior. From the reverse: "Advancing years add lustre to this early stagecoach stop. This famous Inn has catered to the traveling public since 1700 & has entertained General Washington, Lafayette, & many presidents…

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Color photograph, extended format. From the reverse: "Circa 1766--'Oldest Hotel in America'--Advancing years add lustre to this early stagecoach stop. This famous Inn has catered to the travelling public since 1766 & has entertained General…

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Color illustration (from an oil painting). From the reverse: "Red building in center was a general store & served as post office. The house between the covered bridge & post office was a harness maker's shop. The old St. John Hotel is partly shown on…

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The Northern Hotel, located at Mill Street & Washington Street.

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The Exchange Hotel, located on the waterfront near the Main Street dock.

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245 Main Street; View of the rear of the Pomfret House. The back of the hotel faced north.

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The Poughkeepsie Hotel, with guests on the porch and carriages waiting on the street, located at 243-245 Main Street.

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The Windsor Hotel, after the 1943 fire. Located at 343 Main & 2 Catherine Streets.

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Windsor Hotel, after the fire. View from Catherine Street.

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Windsor Hotel, after the fire. 343 Main & 2 Catherine Streets.

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Windsor Hotel, after the fire. 343 Main & 2 Catherine Streets.

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Windsor Hotel, after the fire.

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Fire engines still in place after the Windsor Hotel fire.

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Windsor Hotel, after the fire.

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Windsor Hotel, after the fire.

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