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Color-tinted photograph of the boat landing at Kingston Point, with travelers exiting the boat onto shore.

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Color-tinted photograph of Dunderberg Mountain, along the Hudson River in Rockland County.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Palisades, as viewed from the eastern shore of the Hudson River. A dayliner passes in the Hudson, going north.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Main Street dock in Poughkeepsie, with the Hendrick Hudson Day Boat docked for loading/unloading.

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "Tours of the Historic Hudson River--Enjoy the Majestic Hudson River about our sternwheeler, RIVER QUEEN. Private parties, open cruises, fund raisers, weddings, receptions & much more. Tours running out of…

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Color-tinted photograph of the Hudson River Day liner pier & launch at the bottom of Main Street in Poughkeepsie. The Poughkeepsie RR Bridge is visible in the background. Part of an accordion fold souvenir set, with 838a-n.

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Black & white illustration of the ship building yard along the Hudson River, owned by Geo. T. Polk.

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Color illustration of the Mid-Hudson Bridge with a riverboat passing underneath, at night.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Hudson River Day Line leaving the Poughkeepsie dock, with the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge visible in the background.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge, from upriver, with two riverboats passing underneath.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge with a train passing on the bridge and two steamboats passing underneath.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Steamer New York passing under the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge with Hudson River Dayliner approaching the dock in the foreground.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge with a riverboat passing underneath. From the reverse (typed text): "Cornerstone laid Dec. 17, 1873 but the bridge was not completed until Dec. 29, 1888, when the first train passed over…

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie railroad bridge with a riverboat passing underneath.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge & Dayliner. Text at bottom reads: "Being built at a cost of $5,000,000, Corner Stone Laid Oct. 11th, 1925."

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie railroad bridge with a riverboat passing underneath.

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Color-tinted illustration of the Poughkeepsie railroad bridge & the Hudson River Dayliner, Poughkeepsie streets in the foreground.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge & Dayliner. From the reverse: "Dimensions of New Bridge--Corner Stone laid by Governor Alfred E. Smith, October 11th, 1925. Length, 3,000 feet--Main span, 1,500 feet--Shore span, each, 750…

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Color photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, taken from the western shore.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge & the riverboat Robert Fulton passing underneath. From the reverse: "Poughkeepsie, situated half-way between New York & Albany, is the county seat of Dutchess County with a population of…

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge & the eastern shore, with one of the Hudson River Day Boats passing underneath.

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Color-tinted photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge & the eastern shore, with one of the Hudson River Day Boats passing underneath.

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Black & white "Souvenir of Hudson River," contains pull-out of 12 more Hudson River scenes.

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Color-tinted photograph of a steamboat travelling on the Hudson River

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Black & white photograph of the steamboat "Hendrick Hudson." Handwriting at the bottom reads: "Dear cousin, I will send you a postal card, been over to Grandma's today. Come and see me [indecipherable] come up before long. From Ella D."

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Color illustration of the steamboat "C.W. Morse" travelling up the Hudson by night.

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Color-tinted photograph of the steamboat "New York" passing underneath the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge.

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Color illustration with inset portrait of Robert Fulton. Text reads: "On August 17, 1808, the first steamboat, Rob't Fulton's "Clermont" started its famous trip up the Hudson River, & on Aug. 19th, arrived at Albany."

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Sepia-toned photograph of the Hudson River Day Line steam boat "Hendrick Hudson." Handwriting on the bottom reads: "Hello you little disappointed! Wish you were here with us. When it's melting! Address me Swaren, N.J. -G.V. Rush"
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