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    • DePeyster Baseball Team

    • Portraits, group; Baseball; Village communities; Photographs;
    • Caption reads:" DePeyster baseball team which won the Hudson Valley League and Dutchess County championships in 1932. John T. Hoffman was the owner and Oakley Cunningham was the manager."
    • Map of the Town of Red Hook, 1815

    • Red Hook (N.Y. : Town)--Maps
    • Reproduction of a map originally dated December 8, 1815 of the town of Red Hook, including what is now Tivoli and Annandale. The map's creator, John Cox Junior was Rhinebeck's town supervisor from 1808-1818. The map's inscription indicates that...
    • Hyde Park Post Office Mural: The Union Corners Race Track, 1850

    • Hyde Park (Dutchess County, N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Racetracks (Horse racing)--New York (State)--History
    • Panel 17 of the Hyde Park Post Office Mural. From "Murals in the Hyde Park, New York Post Office": The Union Corners Race Track-- James Roosevelt in his breaking cart talks to a friend-- Daniel Wigg in blue coat trots by watched from the other side...
    • Jesse Woodhull Salary list

    • Wages;
    • Jesse Woodhull paid the people on this hand written list which includse many prominent land owner's, leading us to suspect that this is related to some official project. Jesse Woodhull was involved in overseeing the roadways, school district...
    • Tea House in Dutch Garden, New City, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Tearooms; Correspondence; Gardens; Brickwork; Garden walls; Garden structures
    • Photo post card of Tea House in Dutch Garden, New City, N. Y. Mary Mowbray-Clark, owner of the Sunwise Turn Bookshop & art gallery missed appointment with local girl, Miss Gaunt
    • Babcock Fire Extinguisher Ad

    • Advertisements; Fire engines & equipment; Fire extinguishers;
    • The disastrous fire of 1876 destroyed downtown Chester. To protect the village from future fires, the citizens of Chester under took to build both a water system and a fire company. This illustrated advertisement was sent to store owner Joseph...
    • Frank Seaman at the Gate to "The Hut" at Yama Farms

    • Photographs; Stone walls; Stonework; Gates; Architectural decorations & ornaments; Ironwork;
    • Black and white photograph of Mr. Seaman, owner of Yama Farms, standing, in the gateway to his residence at Yama, "The Hut." The gate is constructed of a wood grid with ironwork panels and Asian motifs. The gate is set in a field stone pier; on...
    • Varley House. Hyde Park, N.Y.

    • Dwellings; Presidential elections; Decorations;
    • The owner, John Varley, was the son of Dr. Varley of New York City. View from the north. The home sits on the south side of Harvey Street, next to the Catholic Rectory. Note the Presidential campaign materials for Grover Cleveland's second term...
    • Bill Davenport oral history interview

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    • Bill is part owner of the HeritagEnergy Oil Company. In the early 50s, his parents told him not to plan to go into the family oil business as there was not enough business to support two families. He instead decided to become a history teacher upon...
    • Bob Gaus oral history interview

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    • Bob is the former owner of Simpson-Gaus Funeral Home. He and his parents came from Long Island in 1982 and purchased the Frank Simpson Funeral Home, at first having no idea where Kingston or the Hudson River was. Bob interacted throughout with...
    • John Shults oral history interview

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    • Former owner of Shults Paint Company, Canfield Supply Company and others. John said he was instrumental in helping to bring IBM to Kingston. While John was skiing with friends from Kingston, Tom Watson and his wife came into the ski facility. John...
    • Win Morrison oral history interview

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    • Programmer and current owner of Win Morrison Real Estate. Win interviewed with IBM in 1956 when they visited his high school. His class consisted of 41 students and he was the only one they hired. He started out in the Typewriter Division at age 18...
    • Walter Maxwell oral history interview

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    • Former owner of WGHQ radio station. Walter left IBM in 1974 after working there five years to join his father-in-law’s radio station. He enjoyed his time with IBM and felt it was the best thing that happened to the area. He also thought many people...
    • Frank Grimaldi oral history interview

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    • Former owner of Century Buick. Frank graduated with a high school diploma to become owner of an automobile company. He said IBM probably made his business as he was always around IBMers and they were a big part of his business. As a result, when...

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