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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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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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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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The original Clinton & Clear Everett Houses, located on Main Street.

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58 Market Street. Built c. 1800 by Abraham Hoffman, it later became the home of James Hooker.

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Residence of John P. Adriance, Esq.

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The Glebe Houes on Main Street, in winter.

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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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View of the Livingston Wood, on the Livingston property.

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The Van Kleeck House, erected 1702.

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Built By Baltus Van Kleeck in 1702, Demolished 1835.

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Residence of Martha Elting.

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Residence of Dr. Alfred Hasbrouck.

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Residence of James L. & Mary B. Corcoran (1957-1993), Built 1872.

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Residence of L. B. Sackett, Esq. Image of the front facade, & the view of the Hudson from the back piazza.

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Image of the house at 260 Church Street.

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Livingston House, looking east.

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The Paul MacCormac Estate, now the location St. Francis Hospital.

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"Room - Johnston Bldg - 33 Main Front. T.H. Ransom(?) - W.C. Sterling."

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Residence of R. Wilkinson, unidentified shoveler pictured in foreground..

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Mrs. Miller Gate House. Designed by Andrew Jackson Downing. Route 9/Albany Post Road.

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