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1995-001.03 Robert Asher Photo Collection: Glass Negatives  late 19th/ early 20th cent.  Photo collection, judging from clothing and vehicles, was taken in the 1890s to 1920s, includes village street scenes, some commercial establishments,many residences and people posing, some antique cars and horse-drawn vehicles, some rural scenes. There are 86 glass negatives-a list describing each is with the negatives.    Rhinebeck Clinton Milan  Photograph Negative Glass Plate Negative  Education Commerce Agriculture Transportation Fashions Genealogy    vertical
1995-002 Anna Milroy Lown Ancestors  1662-1990  Newspaper article photocopies about ancestors whose history is described back to 1662. Items include notices about births, marriages, deaths, military service, and occupations of Milroy and Staley and related families.  Milroy Lown Staley Knickerbocker Herrick Lafayette Still Thorne Williamson Doyle Burroughs  Rhinebeck  Newspaper  Genealogy  WILLIAMSON, Elma Staley  vertical
1995-003 Friends of France (Field Service of American Ambulance), Henry Suckley and Rodman Montgomery.  1915-1916  Book based on letters of American drivers of Field Service ambulances during World War I; Rhinebeck residents Henry Suckley & Rodney Montgomery (p342) included. Donated by Bill Nichols from FDR library (1993). Letter and picture of Henry Suckley.  Suckley Montgomery Nichols  France  Book  World War I-Correspondence  American Ambulance Field Service  vertical
1995-004.01 Rhinebeck Village District National Register of Historic Places--Village District Inventory  1773-1980  Correspondence between Larry Gobrecht, National Register and Survey Coordinator and Marilyn Hatch of the Rhinebeck Historical Society.  Gobrecht Hatch  Rhinebeck village  Letter Correspondence  Architecture Genealogy Businesses  NY State Parks and Recreation  vertical
1995-004.02 Rhinebeck Village District National Register of Historic Places--Individual Building Descriptions  1773-1980  These are the Building-Structure Inventory Forms, one for each building. Forms include building name, street location, owner in 1978, original and present use, building materials, structural systems, condition, integrity, related, outbuildings, surroundings of buildings, notable features, historical/architectural importance/significance, and a photo. Note that all of these documents and photos are photocopies, not originals.    Rhinebeck village  Photocopy  Architecture Genealogy Businesses  Rhinebeck Historical Society  vertical
1995-004.03 Rhinebeck Village District National Register of Historic Places--Major Bibliographical References and summary listing of structures  Apr-79  Sources used to determine Historical Background of Buildings. This series also includes a listing (which runs 36 pages) of all the structures included in the nomination of the Village of Rhinebeck for listing on the National Register of Historic Places.    Rhinebeck Village  Textual Records  Architecture Genealogy Business  Rhinebeck Historical Society  vertical
1995-005.01 Sterling Collection: Proposed Book About Rhinebeck's Historic Churches  1700-1820,  A developing picture of the history of the Lutheran and Reformed churches in the Rhinebeck community; as well as Methodist, Baptist, and other Protestant denominations. The proposed book's narrative stops at 1820, but it appears that additional pages intended to continue the narrative may be missing. Includes German immigration, lands given to churches, Old Stone Church, Wurtemburg Lutheran Church, lists of pastors.  Armstrong Beam Bonesteel Cook Elseffer Hartwig Kierstad Kip Kuypers Livingston Mancius Pawling Pultz Rubel Sipperly Siperly Spaller Tatar Tillotson Van Hovenburgh Van Voorhees Vas Wager Weiss Wells Scott Hager Osterhout Sipperley Van Etten Traphagen Lewis Garretson Quitman Beekman Burr Gurnell  Rhinebeck  Document, Booklet  Churches Religion    vertical
1995-005.02 Sterling Collection: Rhinebeck Historical Society Program from 1983  1983  Cover is reproduction of print showing Gatehouse of Astor Estate. Contains list of proposed programs, officers, trustees and committees.  Astor  Rhinebeck  Program  Architecture  Rhinebeck Historical Society  vertical
1995-005.03 Sterling Collection: Baker Drugstore Advertisement  Unknown  Advertisement (apparently copied from newspaper) listing items for sale at former drugstore located on East Market Street in Rhinebeck.    Rhinebeck  Newspaper article  Advertising    vertical
1995-006 Rhinebeck Village Walking Tours  1980  Program for tour of Rhinebeck Village Historic District. Tours originally prepared for RHS by Marilyn Hatch. Covered commercial, government, and residential buildings in Village center. Reprinted from Summer, a supplement to The Gazette Advertiser and other Taconic Newspapers.  Schuyler Sands Kip Heermance Livingston Hatch Marquat McCarty O'Brien Scott Miller Quitman Pultz Delamater Esselstyn Beekman Morton Garretson Wager  Town and Village of Rhinebeck    Commerce Government Genealogy  Hatch, Marilyn; Taconic Newspapers  vertical
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