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Black & white drawing of the Van Kleeck House in Poughkeepsie, built in 1702.

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Black & white photograph of the John Thompson House. From the reverse (handwritten): "John Thompson House. S.E. corner of Market & Church Sts. This site is now (1920) occupied by Amrita Club."

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Color photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie. From the reverse: "This old stone dwelling at 549 Main Street, Poughkeepsie, is called the 'Clinton House' in memory of the State's first Governor. Built about 1765, it is associated…

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Color-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie. Handwriting at bottom reads: "I wish we could get some of this snow in our back yard to roll in. It is awful hot. Pop."

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Color-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie, typed text at bottom reads: "Home of the Mahwenawasigh Chapter, D.A.R. & museum of Revolutionary relics."

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Black & white photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie

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Green-tinted photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie.

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Color illustration, text reads: "After the retreat of the Vaughan down the river, Poughkeepsie became the center from which the new defences were planned along the Hudson, & after the burning of Kingston, was the most available place for the State…

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Black & white photograph of the Governor Clinton House in Poughkeepsie, headquarters for the Mahwenawasigh Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.

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Black & white photograph of the Glebe House. Text on top reads, "Oldest House in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 136 years old." From the reverse: "The Glebe House was built in 1767. A complete record of its occupants and owners has been retained. Its first…

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Color-tinted photograph of the President's residence on the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie.

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Black & white photograph, "Bronck House at Coxsackie, N.Y. Oldest House used as such in Greene County, N.Y. Built by Peter Bronck 1663."

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Black & white photograph of homes on King Street in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of the Black home on the corner of Broad & Bridge Streets in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of homes on King Street in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of the Fiero home in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of the Wilcoxson home on William Street in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of an unidentified home on Upper Spring Street in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of the Philip home on Spring Street in Catskill.

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Black & white photograph of the Johnson home on William Street in Catskill.

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Color-tinted photograph of Col. J.J. Astor's 'Tennis House' in Rhinebeck.

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Black & white photograph of the Morton Mansion. Handwriting on bottom reads: "I am at Rhinebeck spending my vacation. -Helen"

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Black & white photograph: From the reverse: "House occupied by General Richard Montgomery when he took command of the Northern Forces 1775."

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Color-tinted photograph of Jacob Ruppert's home in Rhinebeck.

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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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Black & white illustration. From the reverse: "Blithewood gatehouse, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson. As sketched by A.J. Davis, noted Victorian architect in the 1840's. It now houses Bard memorabilia, the University Without Walls, & the Muriel…

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Hand-colored photograph of the Martin Homestead, cornerstone laid July 4th, 1776 in Red Hook.

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Black & white photograph of the home & shop of J.V. Kelley in Moore's Mills. Handwriting on the bottom reads, "But has anybody here seen Kelley!"

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Sepia-toned photograph of the Edgewood estate in Millbrook. Handwriting on bottom reads: "This is what it looks like in February."

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