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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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Color illustration. From the reverse: "The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt was designated as a National Historic Site on January 15, 1944. One year after the death of President Roosevelt, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, on April 12, 1946, gave the Home, the…

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Color illustration. From the reverse: "The Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt was designated as a National Historic Site on January 15, 1944. One year after the death of President Roosevelt, Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, on April 12, 1946, gave the Home, the…

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

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Southwick Garden, at the foot of Pine Street.

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Southwick Garden, located at the foot of Pine Street.

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Black & white photograph of the Johnson home on William 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 an unidentified home on Upper Spring Street 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 the Fiero home 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 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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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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Illustration of Blithewood Manor; built c. 1900 by Captain Andrew C. Zabriskie & gifted to Bard College by Christian A. Zabriskie in 1951.

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An illustration of the Hudson River and grounds of the Langdon property, present location of the Vanderbilt Estate.

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The pld house on the site of the present Congregational Manse.

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Old house on the site of the present Congregational Manse, 269 Mill Street.

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Black & white illustration. From the reverse: "From a wash drawing by Olin Dows. The house was built in 1826, added to in 1845 & 1867, & was remodeled in 1915 by the architect Francis L.V. Hoppin. It was formally dedicated on April 12, 1946."

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "The drawing room of Vanderbilt Mansion was the center of the formal social life of the family. The Steinway piano was decorated in Paris."

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The Old Reynolds Home, at Upper Landing. The Fallkill Store is visible on the left.

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Residence of William T. Reynolds & family; after remodeling/rebuilding in 1881.

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Residence of Philip Hamilton (son of Alexander Hamilton).

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The view of the rear garden on the property located on the northwest corner of Market Street & Church Street.

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View of the Livingston House with railroad tracks in the foreground, looking northwest.

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Front of house, where the cannon shot passed.

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Residence of Wm. T. & Louisa Smith Reynolds, & residence of son Harris Smith Reynolds - Clarence J. Reynolds (probably his children on lawn).

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Residence purchased by Governor George Clinton, 1799. Later owned by Rev. & Mrs. A.P. Geison.

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