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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  
210 38  1910  Topog for Tracy Dows  RHS.09.06.2007.049.jpg topo survey  1"=200'  heavy paper  pencil  poor--faded, pinholes, very hard paper  Town of Rhinebeck  bushes wild, small scattering cedar, pasture land, bars, well    Frank L Teal  10 ft contours  15  23.75  vertical
208 38  08/06/1909  Tracy Dows Entrance  RHS.09.06.2007.048.jpg topo survey  1"=20'  medium paper  pencil, red ink  darkened along south and east sides  Town of Rhinebeck  Landsman's Kill, Stone Arch Bridge, Driveway to Residence, spillway of dam, falls, River Road, to Rhinecliff, spillway,    unidentified  suspected to be by FLT, 1 ft contours marked in red  14.5  21.25  vertical
207   1908  Tracy Dows  RHS.09.06.2007.047.jpg topo survey  1"=600'  heavy paper  pencil, red ink, green ink, black ink  poor--ripped almost entirely across center  Town of Rhinebeck  Mrs. S H Olin 1905, Wm Kelly, Alfred Wild, Jobson, Lee Van Vredenburgh, F Schryver, J C B Brown, Morgan Lewis to John Brown 1815, Fraleigh Farm  Olin, Kelly, Wild, Jobson, Van Vredenburgh, Schryver, Brown, Lewis, Brown, Fraleigh  Frank L Teal  20 ft contours, 89A, 10.1A  14.5  vertical
206 50  19-01-1909  Suckley-Dows Line along Kill-1908  RHS.09.06.2007.046.jpg survey  1"=50'  heavy paper  pencil  poor--3 long tears 11, 20, 22 in  Town of Rhinebeck  Suckley, Dows, locust posts, calculations for amount of stone, sand, cement needed (187 bags cement)    unsigned  suspected to be by FLT, see also Scan ID#RHS.12.02.2006.011, MapID#512  21.5  39  vertical
203 50  1912  Morton Estate and Rhinecliff Area  RHS.09.06.2007.045.jpg survey  1"=200'  heavy paper  pencil  17 in tear along center crease--map almost in 2 pieces  Town of Rhinebeck  Hon. L P Morton Estate, Geo Barringer, Curtis Fox to William Schell 1844, Russell Estate, L P Morton, Woodland, Kelly St, Pine Street not opened, Andrew J Heermance to Charles H Russell, Whitson, Andrew J Heermance to Henry Shop 1859, John R Hughes to Christian Schell, John W Shop to Levi P Morton, Elisha R Potter to Jacob Schultz, Van Steenburgh, Dr I Kip Lot, Jacob Schatzell, Andrew & James Kip, Winslow, Geo. Briggs, Shop lot, Elm V. House, Morton, Nic. Hoffman to George Van Steenburgh, Nicholas Hoffman to Tyler, swampland, tree line, Pine Street, stone wall, woodlot, NYCRR,    unidentified  suspected to be by FLT, 13.73A, 5.17A, 2.24A, 4A, 3A,  18  36.75  vertical
200 47  1922  Macawley Lot, West Chestnut St  RHS.09.06.2007.044.jpg survey  1"=30'  medium paper  pencil  poor--2 in tears along outer edge, tape marks  Village of Rhinebeck  Prospect St, John Milroy, J W Schwartz, Mrs O'Hara, to Oak St, West Chestnut St, on back: Field Notes Box C (Bookcase) Platt Est  Milroy, Schwartz, O'Hara, Platt  unidentified  suspected to be by FLT; 5 sheets found inside this map and MapID#198--refer to MF's pencilled notes pages 1C and 1D for bundle 47  18.75  30.5  vertical
198 47  1904  William B Platt Estate being Lot No 4  RHS.09.06.2007.043.jpg survey  1"=100'  heavy paper  pencil, red ink, black ink  poor-extensive water damage  Village of Rhinebeck  Platt Ave, Montgomery St, Cookingham Land, M V B Schryver, Reed Estate, Bishop, Robert Coon, Von der Linden, Turner, Van Wagenen, Mulberry St, Platt Estate, William B. Platt Estate, Elmer Coon, Brower, RR line, Bishop, Old St. Lin's, Pottenburg Lot  Cookingham, Schryver, Reed, Bishop, Coon, Von der Linden, Turner, Van Wagenen  Frank L Teal  later notes on map from 1905, 1906, 1910, 1915, 1941; 5 sheets found inside this map and MapID#200--refer to MF's pencilled notes pages 1C and 1D for bundle 47  15.25  27.25  vertical
196 47  28-11-1916  Rhinebeck Hotel 1916 Beekman Arms  RHS.09.06.2007.042.jpg survey  1"=20'  heavy paper  pencil  poor--1 in rips outer edge, tape marks, soiled along one end  Village of Rhinebeck  Luff Saloon, Robert Thompson Stove and Tinshop, Ice House, Shed, Poultry Ho, Barn and Stable, Philip Gross to Valentine Euler, Martin L Marquardt lot, Lewis Maarquardt Turner Lot, Sally Heermance to Wm Schell, spike in post and fence, barn, iron fence, spike set in sill, garage, bank frontage, Fin T. Hall,  Luff, Thompson, Gross, Euler, Marquardt, Maarquardt, Turner, Heermance, Schell  Frank L Teal  Notation on map indicates a possible error as regards the beginning of Mill Street.  17.75  26.5  vertical
195 7.B  26-08-1914  Jane G Cooke & Parsonage Lots  RHS.09.06.2007.041.jpg survey  1"=30'  transparent paper  pencil  2 in rip, 1 edge ragged  Village of Rhinebeck  Jane G Cooke, Episcopal Parsonage Lot, House, Piazza, W.B. Montg St, Hamlin, Main Street, Catskill, New York  Cooke  unsigned  1.04A, 1.83A (two documents related to ID#195 are stored in Drawer 17)  25  25.25  vertical
21 20  pre 1939  US Post Office  RHS.08.16.2007.040.jpg survey  not identified  heavy paper  pencil  pin holes, tape marks  Village of Rhinebeck  Town Hall, Engine House, Brick Terrace, Mill Street, West Market St, East Market St, Test Pit No 2    unsigned  pre-dates 1939 Post Office  18.5  39.25  vertical
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