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    • Stone Row Dormitories, 1885-1891

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • A view of Stone Row (Potter and McVickar Halls) from the west, before the construction of North and South Hoffman Halls. Seven students in cap and gown stand in the doorway and in front of the building. Aspinwall is visible to the right.
    • Alumni Houses, 1989

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • The four original Alumni Houses (from the left: Rueger, Steinway, Rovere, and Schafer) from the south, two years after construction in 1987.
    • Aspinwall (Occident) Hall, 1862?-1884?

    • College buildings--New York (State); Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • Aspinwall Dormitory, the oldest building on main campus, from the northwest. The photograph appears to have been taken some time after the construction of the hall, but before Stone Row was built in 1884.
    • Rev. James Starr Clark

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Photographed here as a distinguished older man, James Starr Clark was a pivotal figure in the 19th century history of Tivoli. Arriving at Annandale in the early 1850's as a tutor to the Bard children, he lived with the family for two years, during...
    • Trinity Church, Tivoli. Chapel and schoolrooms

    • Church buildings; School buildings
    • Trinity Church and School was built with money provided by John and Margaret Bard under the direction and guidance of James Starr Clark. School rooms were located on the ground floor with the church above. In this early, undated photo, the size...
    • James Starr Clark

    • Portrait photography--United States
    • Pictured here as a young man, James Starr Clark came to Annandale in the 1850's as a tutor to the Bard children. He lived with the family for two years, during which time he developed a close, trusting relationship with the family. Hard working...
    • Rev. William Cunningham Rodgers

    • College presidents; Photography; Priests--United States;
    • Rev. William Cunningham Rodgers was the sixth president of the college, serving from 1909 to 1919. In 1910 Rev. Rodgers changed the title of warden to president. Under Rodgers the campus was modernized; electricity, a sewage system and central...
    • Rev. Robert B. Fairbairn

    • College presidents; Photography; Priests--United States
    • Rev. Robert B. Fairbairn was the third president of the college. During this time the title warden was used and he is often referred to as "The Great Warden," having served as warden from 1863 to 1898, making him the longest serving head of the...
    • E. D. Green House

    • Dwellings;photographs
    • Photograph of the E. D. Green House, built 1860 by James Hudson Board. He was descended from Cornelius and James Board, who settled in Chester before the Revolution, and from the Cornelius Board who was one of the early owners of the Durland Store...
    • J.B. Tuthill Building plans & specifications

    • Engineering drawings; Specifications; Buildings;FIRE
    • These plans & specifications call for the J.B. Tuthill Building to be constructed of fire resistant brick construction. Following the fire of July, 1876 that destroyed most of downtown Chester, many of the buildings were built using brick...
    • Dutchess Light, Heat, & Power Company Album, page 10

    • Accidents; Automobiles; Barns; water; Private utility companies; Power industry; Chimneys; Photograph albums;
    • 6 photographs-far left 3 photographs are different angles of a coal storage barn, which appears to have vehicle driven into it and destruction. The right three photographs are more images of the construction of the water softner.
    • Matthiessen Hall, Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York

    • Architecture; Buildings; Concert halls; Libraries (Rooms);
    • This three story building was erected in 1870 by the Cornwall Library Building Company at a cost of $28,000 for land and construction. The first floor contained a bank, drug store, and post office; on the second floor were offices, a billiard room...

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