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Portrait of Charles Chatteron.

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Portrait of John V.W. Doty.

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Portrait of Marion F. Dutcher.

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Portrait of the Elting Family. Standing, l to r: Martha Elting, Martha Elting, Charles Elting, Hezekiah Elting, Evarene Elting & Selena Elting. Seated, l to r: Tobias Elting, Silas Elting, Sarah Elting & Rebecca Elting.

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Portrait of Professor Charles Grube.

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Portrait of J.H. Marshall, of Marshall & Sterling.

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Portrait of Charles H. Madison.

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Portrait of Chester A. Robinson, age 7 months.

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Portrait of James Harvey Seaman, early alderman of Poughkeepsie after its incorporation in 1854. Mayoral candidate in 1864, but was defeated.

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Two crews racing, eights. Mid-Hudson Bridge & western shore in background.

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Portrait of Joseph B. Bisbee, from Riverview Military Academy.

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Cut silhouette of Matthew Vassar - founder of Vassar College. Full body silhouette, cut in Saratoga, N.Y..

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "The Franklin D. Roosevelt library contains materials relating to his private life, his family background & materials he collected as President of the United States. President Roosevelt personally laid the…

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Color photograph, the Edwin A. Ulrich museum, "Wave Crest" on Route 9. From the reverse: "Built in 1955, on a beautiful setting over-looking the majestic Hudson River. A collection of 350 works of art, by Frederick J. Waugh, internationally known as…

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Color photograph of Wappingers Falls. From the reverse: "The Village of Wappingers Falls was named for the Wappinger Indians. The stone bridge on Main Street was built in 1852. Wappingers Creek is a picturesque stream that travels through Wappingers…

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Color photograph, aerial view of Wappingers Falls.

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Color photograph of the Mid-Hudson Bridge, taken from the western shore. From the reverse: "Opened Aug 25, 1930. Located Mid-Way between New York City & Albany, N.Y. Connects Highland with Poughkeepsie, N.Y. & all points east."

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Color photograph of the Poughkeepsie Railroad Bridge. From the reverse: "The Poughkeepsie Bridge--Highland, N.Y.--Poughkeepsie, N.Y.--A scenic view of the majestic Hudson River from the west bank, overlooking the city in the background."

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Color photograph of the Newburgh Beacon Bridge, looking west from above.

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Color photograph, aerial view of IBM. From the reverse: "IBM: International Business Machine Corp. Main Plant & Subsidiary Buildings. South Road, Poughkeepsie, NY."

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Color photograph of Vassar Temple, located at 140 Hooker Avenue.

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Color photograph, aerial view of the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie. From the reverse: "One of the oldest liberal arts colleges for women, Vassar welcomed its first students in 1865. Today it has a student body of about 1470 young men & women,…

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Color photograph of the Thompson Memorial Library on the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie. From the reverse: "Named in honor of Fredrick Ferris Thompson in `905. Thompson Memorial Library contains on open shelves, over 300,00 volumes & provides…

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Color photograph of Taylor Hall & the main entrance of the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie. From the reverse: "One of the oldest liberal arts colleges for women, Vassar College has a student body of about 1470 young women, from all parts of the…

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Color photograph, aerial view of the Vassar College campus in Poughkeepsie. From the reverse: "One of the oldest liberal arts colleges for women, Vassar welcomed its first students in 1865. Today it has a student body of about 1470 young men & women,…

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Color photograph of the Soldiers' Fountain, at night. From the reverse: "Dedicated July 4, 1870, in memory of the Dutchess County Soldiers, who died during the Civil War, April 12, 1891. The design of the fountain was of French origin--a modified…

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Color photograph. From the reverse: "Dudley Shelter: College Hill. Poughkeepsie, is a name to remember for on July 26, 1778 the constitution of the United States was ratified here. In 1935 Guilford Dudley presented the shelter as a gift to the city."

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Color photograph of the vista from College Hill Park in Poughkeepsie, the Mid-Hudson Bridge is visible in the background. From the reverse: "One of Poughkeepsie's finest public parks. Located I the northeast corner of Poughkeepsie's highest point…

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Color photograph of the Dutchess County government office building on Market Street in Poughkeepsie.

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Color photograph of the new Municipal Building on Market Street, built in the mid-1970's.
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