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2018-001   1930-2000  The collection consists of family photographs, records of Jack's work as lineman and later as salesman for RCA Whirlpool, postcards and brochures from family vacations.   Harrison Knapp  Rhinebeck  Photograph    HARRISON, John HARRSON, Barbara  vertical
DCA.1   c 1905  Handwritten label on back: "Springbrook--Built by Abram VanKeuren, Jr., about 1795. Home in early 1900. This picture, taken of Mrs,. Theo deLaporte, great grand daughter of Abram VanKeuren, Jr. Owned by family until sold to Rhinebeck Realty Co." There is also a label from the framer, "Edward L. Baker, Art Expert, Artristic Framing in Gold and Hardwood, 329 Main St, upstairs, Poughkeepsie, NY." The photo has been colorized. It was found by the Dutchess County Agricultural Society in a trailer used for storage, recently damaged when a nearby tree fell on and damaged the trailer, requiring that it be emptied of its contents. DCAS has not record of how the photograph came to be in the storage trailer. Springbrook Farm is now the site of the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Built by Abram VanKeuren in 1800, the farm house was enlarged several times by his daughter Julia and her husband, Thomas Reed. Their descendant, Helen Reed deLaporte, sold the property to the Rhinebeck Realty & Development Co, which later sold to the Dutchess County Agricultural Society. The house was torn down in the 1950s.   VanKeuren DeLaporte  Rhinebeck  Photograph   Agriculture,  possibly Theo DeLaporte  vertical
DCA.2   c 1905  Handwritten label on back: "Springbrook--Built by Abram VanKeuren, Jr., about 1795. Home in early 1900. This picture, taken of Mrs,. Theo deLaporte, great grand daughter of Abram VanKeuren, Jr. Owned by family until sold to Rhinebeck Realty Co." There is also a label from the framer, "Edward L. Baker, Art Expert, Artristic Framing in Gold and Hardwood, 329 Main St, upstairs, Poughkeepsie, NY." The photo has been colorized. It was found by the Dutchess County Agricultural Society in a trailer used for storage, recently damaged when a nearby tree fell on and damaged the trailer, requiring that it be emptied of its contents. DCAS has not record of how the photograph came to be in the storage trailer. Springbrook Farm is now the site of the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. Built by Abram VanKeuren in 1800, the farm house was enlarged several times by his daughter Julia and her husband, Thomas Reed. Their descendant, Helen Reed deLaporte, sold the property to the Rhinebeck Realty & Development Co, which later sold to the Dutchess County Agricultural Society. The house was torn down in the 1950s.   VanKeuren DeLaporte  Rhinebeck  Photograph  Agriculture,  possibly Theo DeLaporte  vertical
1998-047.05 Kip-Beekman-Heermance House and Rhinebeck Post Office: Deed and Documents Transferring KBH House to Rhinebeck Historical Society  1980  Contains correspondence, hand drawn property survey sketch, and Deed in which members of the Suckley family transfer title of the Kip-Beekman-Heermance property to the Rhinebeck Historical Society.  Suckley Tietjen Hambley Hendrick  Rhinebeck Rhinecliff  Deed Correspondence   Deeds Real Estate Kip-Beekman-Heermance House   SUCKLEY, Margaret   vertical
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