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    • Will of Garret Freer

    • Slaveholders
    • Will of Garret Freer. He left his wife, Mary, some minimal furniture, including a bed. The rest of his personal belongings, including his slaves, were auctioned in his vendue and the money used to pay his debts. He also indicated how much money...
    • View from Waywayanda

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    • View of the estate from the northeast taken from the hill near Waywayanda Avenue. Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family...
    • Aerial view of estate

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    • View from the estate taken from the north/northeast. Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of 1901. ...
    • View north from Morrison Hall

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    • On back of photo: Looking North from OCCC Campus Spring 1954 Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of...
    • View west from Morrison Hall

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    • On back of photo: Looking West from OCCC Campus Spring 1954 Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of...
    • View east from Morrison Hall

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    • On back of photo: Looking East from OCCC Campus Spring 1954 Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of...
    • View south from Morrison Hall

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    • On back of photo: Looking South from OCCC Campus Spring 1954 Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of...
    • Morrison Hall

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    • On back of photo: Morrison Hall 28 Feb 56 Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of 1901. The...
    • OCCC main entrance

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    • On back of photo: OCCC Main Entrance 28 Feb 56 Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of 1901. The...
    • Mansion construction

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    • Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of 1901. The cornerstone, dated 1902, was laid January 12, 1903...
    • Mansion cornerstone placement

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    • Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of 1901. The cornerstone, dated 1902, was laid January 12, 1903...
    • Mansion cornerstone placement

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    • Located in southwestern Middletown, New York, the 40-room mansion was designed by Franklin (Frank) J. Linsey and built as a residence for Webb Horton and family beginning in the Fall of 1901. The cornerstone, dated 1902, was laid January 12, 1903...

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