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ID Bundle No Date Title of Map Media Link Map Type Scale Material Medium Condition Location Identifiers Surnames Signer Notes Width Length  
1055 xx    Dutchess County Rural Delivery Post Office Dept  RHS.09.09.2010.218.jpg route map  1"=1 mile  paper  blue print  fair--11 inch rip NW corner, other long rips, corners missing  Dutchess County          36  52  vertical
332 xx-xx-1928  Red Hook/Rhinebeck State Highway #5092  RHS.10.05.2007.062.jpg survey  varies  blueprints  white print  good  Town & Village of Rhinebeck  East Market St, Upper Montgomery St, Red Hook/Rhinebeck town line,Hudson River, Clifton Point, Red Hook, Heath, Mt. Rutsen, Central and Hudson RR, Philadelphia, Reading, New England RR., Silvernale, Rhinebeck, Cement concrete pavement item 51, metal reinforcment for concrete pavement, line beyon which no rock shall project,Foundation course. R.O.B.(run of bank) gravel, L.M. 39 A to be placed where directed by engineer depth as ordered, width as ordered, maximum pavement line for unclassified excavation, item 4 (in rock) , foundation, elevation of thoretcal grade, Town of Red Hook, Viillage of Rhinebeck, Town of Rhinebeck, David Noonan, Maintenance Deputy, Section 125 of the Highway Law,and recommended by J.S. Ruby, Engineer, 126 Highway Law, County Superintendent, State Bureau of Highways, Section 170 of HIgway Law, Oscar Brandt, Commisioner, Village Clerk, benchmarks, three inch maple, 2" locust, ash, wild cherry, hickory, corporation monuments. Poplar, maple front nut, elm,      18 sheets, chalked corrections would have added a rotary at junction of Route 9 and Springbrook Rd--see Map ID#502  22.25  36.5  vertical
1059 11  undated  Rhinebeck Realty & Development Co (inside map)  survey  1"=50', 40', 30'  medium paper  pencil  good--long end ragged  Village of Rhinebeck  Wynkoop Rd, Welch, Woodland, locust tree, on track near E. rail, wall  Welch    map on both sides--see Map ID#1058--these are multiple maps  36  70.5  vertical
1058 11  undated  Rhinebeck Realty & Development Co (outside map)  survey  1"=50'  medium paper  pencil  good--long end ragged    Mulberry St, Springbrook Ave, Post Road, Park Ave, Locust tree, wall, Wey House, blind spot      map on both sides--see Map ID#1059--appears to be southwest corner of current Fairgrounds  36  70.5  vertical
502 xx-xx-1928  Red Hook/Rhinebeck State Highway #5092, showing tools  RHS.10.05.2007.063.jpg survey  varies  blueprint  white print  good  Town & Village of Rhinebeck        18 sheets, chalked corrections would have added a rotary at junction of Route 9 and Springbrook Rd on Sheet 13 of this map; see also Map ID#332  22.25  36.5  vertical
845 60  08-02--1917  Sheet No. 5 Rhinebeck Rhinecliff County Highway Pet.3143 dutchess Co.  profile & plan  unidentified  medium paper  blue print  fair-- discoloration, water damage  Town of Rhinebeck  Frank Kearn, Vincent Astor, Robert Suckley, Quackenbush, Crawford, Stahl, Stabl, route 308, Received Dec 18, 1964, J. Kenneth Fraser & Assoc. consulting Engineers  Kearn, Astor, Suckley, Quackenbush, Stahl, Stabl    Plan and Profile Highway Map  23.75  36.25  vertical
840 60  1959 North  Spiroff to Countryman on Montgomery St    1"=30'  transparent paper  pencil  good-- spotting  Village of Rhinebeck  Montgomery St  Spiroff, Countryman    0.316A  18  36.25  vertical
903 60  undated  Elevation Grid  elevation  unidentified  linen  pencil  poor--stains  unknown  none      This elevation grid was found in proximity to Map ID 901 and may relate to it.  vertical
930 59  undated  Knollwood & Rhinebeck Central School Site  survery  1"=100'  transparent paper  pencil  fair-- some tape marks, discoloration  Village and Town of Rhinebeck  Trinity Place, Kurtz, Rhinebeck Central School, Mar. Mon., iron rod set in wall cor., Village Corp. Line,      Eight maps rolled together, Map ID Nos. 924-931  42  34.25  vertical
1047 59    Everett. West Stets  survey  1"=100'  transparent paper  pencil  good--tape  Town of Rhinebeck  White Schoolhouse Road, Charles J. Honan, et al, point supposed to be in East Road, FLT must have made error in this course, probably should be here, plotted per FLT notes ng,supposes to follow wall since called for in deed, FLT says this distance shorter because z moved e. on line, FLT stake and stones, FLT says wood lot 501 ft.+/-, FLt plotting puts ine here, Jack Everett, Stephen A. Rikert, wall south side of gateway, VanWagener, FLT says 1936 south 15 degrees 40 ft west 982 ft from Van Wagner, 7/4/36 worked for J. E. Ludwig, Paul Kahkonen, owner, stone not found or used by Zokow but found by FLT, Ludwig survey 1936, Smith Farm now Lobotsky, Raymond West to Noble C. Bratton Jr. et al, 6.22 A. =/- Zakow survery 1959, Parcel 1 Zachow survey error of closure, Parcel 3 Everett, 3.37 Acres Everett to Stets, December 3, 1956, plotted form Zachow survey descrip. Parcel 2, West to Stets, revised to 0.637 A. , 23.05 A.  Van Wagner, Ludwig, Kahkonen, Zokow, FLT, Smith, Lobotsky, West, Bratton Everett, Stets, Zachow, West, Stets,    23.05 A., .837 A. Dec. 1965, 12.5 A. =/- Apr. 1959, 3.375 A. Dec. 1956, 9.95 A. July 1960, (Two papers taped together to form one map. 38 inche by 36 inches with another piece which extends the width by 35.5 inches and is 24 inches in height. and 35.5.) Map ID Nos. 1046 amd 1047 were rolled together  73.5  36  vertical
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