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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
1995-026.02 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. t 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. 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.  1995-026.02.5468.jpg 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
1996-028.05 Dutchess County, Columbia County Local History: Ancram Restoration  1973  Newspaper article "Ancram...Pride in Restoration," The Dutchess Freeman, February 19, 1973 includes photographs of the Ancram General Store and Opera House.  Kelly  Dutchess County  Newspaper article  Architecture Landmarks    vertical
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