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    • 1862-12-14 letter from Jacob DuBois HasBrouck to Rowena HasBrouck

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865;
    • Jacob writes to Rowena about being stationed in Key West, Florida. He describes a 200 pound Snapping Turtle Steak that he ate. He urged her to write more. Jacob also mentions Charles Ackert and William Mackey, both soldiers in his regiment. The...
    • Unit 02-Family Living and Ideals

    • Immigrants; Language; English language; Emigration & immigration; Cultural relations; Families; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic groups;
    • Families were very close knit in the New Rochelle Communities. Many had a language barrier to English and children had to interpret for their parents. Some examples of food that her family ate were: macaroni, vrice beans, lentils, vegetables...
    • St. George Hotel, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels; Postcards;
    • The St. George Hotel (or Hotel St. George) on Burd Street was a stagecoach stop. Nyackers ate at its restaurant and held large social events in its bar and ballroom.
    • Football game, Cluett Hall, calendar entry, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1920

    • Buildings; People; Business people; Architects; Schools; Boarding schools; Education; Architectural elements; Architecture; Dormitories; Students; Private schools; Sports; Philanthropists; Football; Actors
    • This is a photograph of a football game in progress on the grounds of Pawling School in the fall of 1920. Cluett Hall, the main school building, looms in the background. The text under the photograph is an excerpt from the school calendar and...
    • Cluett Hall, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1927-1928

    • Buildings; People; Business people; Architects; Sundials; Schools; Boarding schools; Education; Architectural elements; Architecture; Dormitories; Students; Private schools; Schools; Philanthropists;
    • This is a photograph of the Alfonzo Rockwell Cluett Foundation, commonly known as Cluett Hall, flagship building of the Pawling School with the Simpson Sundial in the foreground. Construction of Cluett Hall began in 1909 and finished in time for...

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