Rhinebeck Town Multiple Resource Area
                     Listed on the National Register of Historic Places

          ARCHIVES OF THE RHINEBECK TOWN MULTIPLE RESOURCE AREA

                MAP OF THE RHINEBECK TOWN MULTIPLE RESOURCE AREA
                    

The Town of Rhinebeck Multiple Resource Area was surveyed and listed on the National Register
of Historic Places in 1987. The survey included both the Town & Village of Rhinebeck and the
hamlet of Rhinecliff. Thirty-seven properties are included in the district.

Krista Miller, MA SUNY Albany, provided the 2014 update for the Consortium of Rhinebeck History.

The Town Multiple Resource Area includes the following properties:

 1 - Benner House 11 - Slate Quarry Road Barn 21 - J.W. Moore House 31 - Glenburn
 2 - Fredenburg House 12 - Cox Farmhouse 22 - Riverside Methodist Church 32 - Mansakenning
 3 - Traver House 13 - Van Vredenburg Farm 23 - Rhinecliff Hotel 33 - Evergreen Lands
 4 - Steenberg Tavern 14 - Williams Farm 24 - O'Brien General Store/P.O. 34 - Stonecrest
 5 - Strawberry Hill 15 - Sipperly-Lown Farm 25 - Morton Memorial Library 35 - Astor Home for Children
 6 - Progue House 16 - J.E. Traver Farm 26 - Free Church Parsonage 36 - Salisbury Turnpike Bridge
 7 - Jan Pier House 17 - John H. Traver Farm 27 - Heermance House 37 - Pilgrims Progress Road Bridge
 8 - Pultz Farm 18 - St. Paulís Lutheran Church 28 - The Maples  
 9 - Marquardt Farm 19 - Hillside Methodist Church 29 - Grasmere  
10 - Barringer Farm 20 - Kip-Beekman-Heermance
       Archeological Site
30 - The Grove

When you enter the archives data for this site, you will be presented with the following data fields
for researching each property street address:
        Current Address
        Date
        Building Name
        Unique Site Number
        Original Property Information ------ Links to images of Original 'Blue Format' Information Forms
        Updated Property Information ----- Links to images of 'New Format' Information Forms

If you don't see the property for which you are searching, click on the 'Search' Data View Option,
enter the property street address in the 'Current Address' field and click 'Submit'.

For each property street address, the 'Links' give you an opportunity to research the
"Original Property Information" and the "Updated Property Information" which contain
detail such as approximate date of construction, building materials, related out buildings,
historical and architectural importance, and the 1986 and 2014 photos of the buildings.