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1995-024.01 Elma Staley Williamson Collection: Ferncliff Forest  1697-1980  Contains 1) 1975 map of 192- acre Ferncliff Forest 2) Description of Ferncliff Forest Game Refuge and Forest Preserve 3) Letter dated July 1985 from Homer K. Staley to Ferncliff Forest members describing improvements such as Mt. Rutsen Pond stocked with fish, plans to repair the observation tower and add trails.  Staley  Rhinebeck  Document Letter Map  Land Preservation    vertical
1995-024.02 Elma Staley Williamson Collection: Astor Home for Children  1697-1880  History of Astor Home site starting with Judge Henry Beekman's patent of 1697. Robert and Alice Huntington built Bois Dore house on site circa 1875. In 1914 the Astors built and endowed a home for convalescent children called Holiday Farm. A 1914 annual report is included.  Beekman Astor Huntington  Rhinebeck  Correspondence Textual Records  Charity    vertical
1995-024.03 Elma Staley Williamson Collection: Ethel Traver  1894-1903  Teaching certificates and academic certificates awarded to Ethel Traver.  Traver  Rhinebeck  Certificates  Education Teachers    vertical
1995-024.04 Elma Staley Williamson Collection: Elma Williamson clippings, photos, postcard  1900-1990s  1) Reformed Dutch Church bicentennial celebration program 2) Dutchess County 150th Regiment memorial 3) Miller's School photo 1931 advertisement dated 1991 for sale of the former Delano estate for $12.5 million; 4) Saturday Evening Post magazine cover 1953 showing Rhinebeck Dutch Reformed Church 5) Thomas Wolfe Society proceedings and membership list 1991 6)Receipts 7) Clippings, photos, materials collected by Elma Williamson.  Dows Delano Astor  Rhinebeck  Program Receipt Postcard Photograph Newspaper article  Schools-Rhinebeck Churches    vertical
1995-025.01 Peter Fraleigh Family Collection: Bible  1742-1901  Published in Nurnberg, Germany, 1755, this German Bible with numerous woodcut prints, also records Fraleigh Family births and deaths starting in 1720. Variations of the surname are Fralisk, Freligh, Fraligh, Fralick. First names are also listed. Bible measures 15.75" high x 11" wide x 4.5" in depth. See also 1997-035.  Fraleigh Fralisk Freligh Fraligh Fralick  Rhinebeck Red Hook  Bible Book Textual Records  Genealogy Religion    vertical
1995-025.02 Peter Fraleigh Family Collection: Donation Letter and Genealogical Information  1720-1992  This series contains five documents: 1. original letter from John B. Fraleigh to Rhinebeck Historical Society on donation of 1755 Bible. Letter includes genealogical information on Fraleigh family. 2. ?appraisal of donated items? by Mary Joe Munroe. This is an appraisal of the donated 1755 German Bible. It Includes four listings of spelling variations of the surname: Fraleigh, Fralick, Fralisk, Freligh, Fraligh 3. statement of account regarding appraisal. 4, 5. Two copies of variations of handwritten genealogy of Fraleigh family spanning 1720-1992. See also 1997-035.  Fraleigh Fralick Fralisk Freligh Fraligh Munroe  Rhinebeck Red Hook  Correspondence Letter      vertical
1995-026.00 18th & 19th Century deeds (indentures) maps, militia related documents,pamphlets and miscellaneous materials  1758-1954  Records and events from 1758 to 1954, including deeds for Rhinebeck and nearby properties, maps, militia lists. Also pamphlets and miscellaneous documents covering people, building and places in Rhinebeck and nearby communities. (Note: Collection is under review.)  Traver Johnston Beekman Hamilton Vanderburgh Van Etten Livingston Schultz Garretson Wakeman Fraleigh Van Otten Streit Radcliff Hammick Morton Smith Hummell Dyar Davis Schermerhorn DePeyster  Dutchess County Columbia County Ulster County        vertical
1995-026.01 Callahan Collection: Indentures, Deeds, Wills  1758-1861  Collection contains eighteen deeds/indentures and two wills dated from 1758 to 1861. Thirty one scans have been made of some of these documents. Each scan is identified by media link number; numbers range from RHS.1995-026.01.5370 - RHS.1995-026.01.5488.  Traver Trever Trevor Johnson Wakeman Tillotson Vanderbergh Livingston Garretson Hamilton Freligh Van Etten Streit Radcliff Schultz Beekman Alsop Lewis  Dutchess County Columbia County Ulster County  Deed Indenture Will  Wills Deeds Indentures    vertical
1995-026.02 Callahan Collection: Maps  1791-1954  Series contains six maps: 1) Dutchess County Highway Department map is undated but "Eastern State Parkway" (Taconic) is shown to Columbia County line which indicates that map is post-World War II. Charles H. O'Brien is named as Superintendent. 2) Delaware and Hudson Canal Map, 3rd Edition, is dated 1954. 3) Ulster County map is drawn by Edwin H. Hummell and shows Indian sites. It is undated but includes Ashokan Reservoir which was built in the first decades of the twentieth century. 4) Undated map, probably mid-nineteenth century, approximately 18"x 24" in size shows two parcels of land totaling approximately 178 acres (one parcel owned by John C. Tillotson, one parcel owned by Peter Brown) transferred by Executor Federal Vanderbergh to H.G. Dyar. Also shown is location of premises reserved by John B. James in deed to Vanderbergh. Hudson River, Landsman's Creek, a bridge over Landsman's Creek, and Second Creek are also noted on the map. (This map has been scanned; see Media Link RHS.1995-026.02.5468.) 5) Survey map dated 1791, by Jacob Smith, shows land owned by Abraham Trevor and David Trevor, totaling over 260 acres in Town of Clinton, "in a patent distinguished by the great and lower Nine Partners." 6) Survey map of Benjamin Van Steenburg shows three lots, two lots belonging to Andrew Traver and one lot belonging to Benjamin Traver, located on the road leading to Schultz's Store (possibly in Town of Clinton). See also RHS.1995-026.01.9008 for the related survey.  Tillotson James Vanderburgh Dyar Trevor Hommell Brown  Columbia County Dutchess County Ulster County Hudson River Valley Clinton  Maps  Maps Canals Hudson River Valley Surveys    vertical
1995-026.03 Callahan Collection: Pamphlets  1700-1954  1) Pamphlet, 26 pages, "History of Kipsbergen Its History, Location and Boundaries, Its founders and their families through many generations by E. M. Smith, printed by the Rhinebeck Gazette 1894. 2) Pamphlet "Rhinebeck the Beautiful," third edition, a poem by J.T. Hammick printed by the Rhinebeck Gazette,1899. 3) "First National Bank of Rhinebeck 1865-1915" a fiftieth anniversary pamphlet. 4) "Beekman Arms Rhinebeck New York 1700-1917" a pamphlet of reminiscences of the oldest hotel in America reprinted from a pamphlet issued by Halleck Welles, owner, in 1907. 5) "The Rhinebeck Gazette An Eighty Year Old Newspaper 1846-1926; " a 1927 pamphlet commemorates its eightieth anniversary. 6) "The Rhinebeck Gazette 1846-1946 A Century Old Newspaper;" pamphlet commemorates its one hundredth anniversary. 7) Salmagundi A Journal of the Hudson River, the Historic Counties on its Banks, and Old New York, June-September 1927: Old Rhinebeck Number. 8) Salmagundi A Journal of Old New York and the Hudson River October-December 1927. 9) Fragment of a publication of New York State Education Dept. dated 12/01/1932 "The 150th Anniversary of the Birth of Martin Van Buren." 10) Flyer and Program for Levi Parsons Morton Week in Rhinecliff NY 1834-1954.  Morton Van Buren Kip Strong Smith Hammick Welles  Columbia County Dutchess County Rhinebeck  Program Pamphlets Flyer  Celebrations Presidents Vice Presidents Inns Businesses Banks    vertical
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