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    • Samuel Bard to Dr. John Bard, November 28, 1761

    • Manuscripts; United States--History--French and Indian War, 1755-1763
    • This letter was written by nineteen year old Samuel to his father Dr. John Bard. Samuel's ship was captured by the French as he sailed to England to pursue his medical education. Kept as a prisoner of war in the south of France, Samuel later...
    • Erie RR Station Agent's Office

    • Group portraits;photographs;Railroad stations
    • This is the only known photograph of the 1915 Chester Erie Station agent’s office taken while the station was in operation. It was taken in October, 1922 for use in the Erie Magazine. L-r: Robert Marvin, Station Master & John I. Edwards. Items...
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Father & Mother Littell sit for photograph. Edward & Ida Kronk Littell, resided on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt. Edward was Greycourt Postmaster and kept a general store on “The Lane.” Note: In 2006: Walnut Avenue is now called Lehigh Avenue, and...
    • The writing desk in Slabsides

    • Authors; Cabins;
    • "The writing desk in SLABSIDES, near West Park, N.Y., where John Burroughs wrote some of his famous nature books. The cabin is kept as a memorial to him." - letterpress caption from verso of postcard.
    • Irving D. Sutton Meat Market

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    • A photogragh, an advertisement and a newspaper clipping pertaining to Irving Sutton's Market at 54/56 Main St., in New Paltz, NY.

      Irving Sutton, born in 1869, was the son of Thomas Sutton and Gertrude Freer Sutton, and a lifelong resident...
    • New Paltz Register of Slaves (1799-1825)

    • Slaveholders; Slave records; Huguenots
    • The Register of Slaves (1799-1825) was kept by the Town Clerk of New Paltz as a requirement of the New York State Manumission Act of 1799. In keeping the slave register, the town clerk recorded the births of children born to slaves owned by the...
    • Nathaniel Booth's journal

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    • Excerpt from the journal kept by Nathaniel Booth during his trip to the South in the 1870s. This excerpt highlights his visit to the Crane's Lyceum Music Hall to hear "Slave Songs of the South by the Hampton Colored Students" on March 19, 1875.
    • 1864-10-29 Letter from Johannes Lefevre to his mother, Elizabeth Lefevre

    • Huguenots; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Battlefields; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; United...
    • Johannes writes to his mother describing his wounds and how he is feeling currently. He knows how anxious she has been about his condition and laments that she has "been suffering more in mind for the last week than I have been suffering in body". ...
    • Tappan Landing

    • Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails;
    • The eastern termination of the N.Y. & Erie Railroad. In the early days this village was known as Tappan Site or Tappan Landing and sometimes Bogartown, it is now called Piermont. Prior to the Revolution a grist mill was built here, and a store was...
    • Tappan Landing

    • Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails
    • The eastern termination of the N.Y. & Erie Railroad. In the early days this village was known as Tappan Site or Tappan Landing and sometimes Bogartown, it is now called Piermont. Prior to the Revolution a grist mill was built here, and a store was...
    • Tappan Landing

    • Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails
    • The eastern termination of the N.Y. & Erie Railroad. In the early days this village was known as Tappan Site or Tappan Landing and sometimes Bogartown, it is now called Piermont. Prior to the Revolution a grist mill was built here, and a store was...
    • Unit 07--Business District on Main Street, New Rochelle in 1950

    • Military cookery; Military organizations; Military personnel; Business districts; Business enterprises; Educational facilities; Education; Teachers; Social aspects; Soldiers;
    • He references the Principal Willis Thompson, and working on the school paper, titled 'The Castle Currier.' He references the names of teachers: Ruth Stewart (Math), Anna Koff (English), Sam Schmuckler (History). He recalls sending war articles...

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