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1873-01-08 Reuben Pultz sold farm to Henry Cookingham  Reuben Pultz farm, eastern part of Rhinebeck, sold to Henry Cookingham, 118 A. for $9,000 transcript of article"  Pultz, Cookingham    Newspaper  Real Estate  vertical
1873-01-30 John Wood farm sold to Griffin Hoffman  John Wood farm, upper Montgomery Street, sold to Griffin Hoffman for $20,000"  Wood, Hoffman    Newspaper  Real Estate  vertical
1873-02-02 Town Hall nearing completion, Post office to move in  Post Office to move into new town hall when completed. Lock Boxes requested transcript of article"    Village  Newspaper  Building, Town Hall  vertical
1873-02-02 Town Hall nearing completion, Post office to move in  Post Office to move into new town hall when completed. Lock Boxes requested transcript of article"    Village  Newspaper  Building, Town Hall  vertical
1873-02-20 Contract for Town Hall given to Henryy Latson  Henry Latson awarded Contract for Town Hall, Augustus Van Keuren, painting & RJ.L. Marshall, painting transcript of article"      Newspaper  Building, Town Hall  vertical
1873-02-20 The Railroad (Rhinebeck and Connecticut)  60,000 ties have been drawn across the river for the Rhinebeck and Connecticut Railroad, brought over on the ice"      Newspaper  Transportation, Railroad  vertical
1873-02-27 Fights Between Hackmen  Rival Sleigh between Rhinebeck and Rondout are becoming violent transcript of article"      Newspaper  Transportation, Sleigh-taxi  vertical
1873-03-06 Art Reception at DeGarmo Institute  Art of students at DeGarmo Institute displayed at Reception"      Newspaper  Schools, Degarmo I.  vertical
1873-03-13 Peter Bookstaver to build at South and Parsonage Street  Peter Bookstaver will erect cottage similar to Mr. Wild's on corner of South and Parsonage St."    Village  Newspaper  Buildings  vertical
1873-03-20 Corner on Kerosene  Price war brought price of kerosene to 20 cents a gallon"      Newspaper  Businesss  vertical
DATES TITLE DESCRIPTION SURNAMES GEOGRAPHY TYPE TOPIC  
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