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    • Margaret Clark Sumner Manuscript

    • Biography
    • Unpublished typewritten manuscript written by the daughter of James Starr Clark. The document details his life and work in Annandale and Tivoli (then known alternately as Myersville or Madalin) from the mid to late nineteenth century.
    • Lawn at Annandale, Thanksgiving 1888

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • This photograph of the lawn at Annandale is dated Thanksgiving, November 29, 1888. Margaret Bard had been dead many years, and John Bard was remarried to Annie Belcher with whom he had a daughter, Marjorie. Annandale was a financial burden, and...
    • "Bard's Folly"

    • Theater--New York (State)
    • Photograph identified as follows: "Bard's Folly." Written and produced by Harvey Fite in Orient Theater (1935), this is a skit about John Bard reluctantly giving his consent to having a college and enrolling the first student. Cast (from left to...
    • Marjorie Bard

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    • In this photograph, Marjorie Bard is four years old. She is John Bard's fourth daughter and the only child of his marriage to Annie Belcher in 1876.
    • Diary of Arthur Sandys

    • Autobiography; Family histories; Sands Family; Slavery
    • The family memoirs of the Sands (Sandys) family, written by Arthur Sands, grandson of William Bard, and nephew of St. Stephen's founder John Bard. Arthur's father was Ferdinand Sands, who married William Bard's daughter Susan. Ferdinand and Susan...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural, Scenes from "Wildercliff"

    • Methodist Church--New York (State)
    • "Wildercliff" was built in 1799 by the Methodist Circuit rider Freeborn Garretson, seen here walking with his wife Catherine, another Livingston daughter, and their little girl Mary. She is playing in the Methodist Grove, where large outdoor...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. Scenes from 1716 and 1728

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Palatines--New York (State)
    • Panel 2: 1716. From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" "Sunday before the new First Church, union of Calvinists and Lutherans, at Wey's Crossing, center of the Palatine colony. In 1729 the Lutherans moved to the site of the present Stone...
    • Sketch for Panel 3, Rhinebeck Post Office

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Local history--New York (State)
    • From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office": Panel 3: "1728. Henry Beekman, 2nd, now forty and a Colonel, receives the midsummer's quit rent on his lawn, while four-year old daughter Margaret looks on. The new Rhinebeck Post Office is copied from...
    • Kronk ladies

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Three generations of Kronk ladies sit for group photograph. (l-r) Mrs. Ida Kronk, Mrs. Ida Kronk Littell (Mrs. Kronk ‘s daughter), unidentified child, and Lizzie Runion (Mrs. Kronk ‘s daughter)
    • Marjorie L. Littell

    • Photographs; portraits;
    • Photograph of Marjorie L. Littell. She was born August 20, 1898 in New Rochelle, NY, the daughter of the late . She married Harry M. Littell and they resided in Chester.
    • Chester Academy obseverse

    • Photographs; schools; Postcards
    • Photo post card of the 1846 Chester Academy was located at the western end of Academy Avenue, where the CVS Drug is currently (2006) located. The land for the Chester Academy given by Charles Durland, ancestor of Maude Durland whose daughter was...
    • Chester Academy

    • Photographs; schools
    • Land for the Chester Academy given by Charles Durland, ancestor of Maude Durland whose daughter was Althea Maude Mapes (Gaunt). Photo given to J.D. Mapes by D.Y. Durland May 4, 1924.
    • Helen Laroe Turfler

    • Photographs; Portrait photographs; Women;
    • Photograph of Helen Laroe Turfler, whose daughter, Helen Predmore, was renowned twentieth century Orange County historian and author.
    • October Letter to Belle

    • Churches; Correspondence; Families; Fathers & children; Servants; Students
    • A letter from Robert Houston McCready, Presbyterian Church Pastor 1894-1908 to his wife, Isabelle, concerning domestic help, and their children. Includes two of their daughter Isabelle’s school exercises.
    • River Lighthouse, Cornwall-on-Hudson, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Blind persons;
    • The large two-story house was originally part of the land owned by the Sands family. The estate was called "Evergreen" and owned by Clementine Talmadge, a daughter of Catherine Sands Ring. In 1911 the house was owned by Mrs. Emma Hardy who...
    • Emma Hardy Memorial Home

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    • A Victorian style house originally owned by Mrs. Clementine Talmadge, a daughter of Catherine Sands Ring. The Sands-Ring family was among the earliest settlers in Cornwall.

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