Views of Dutchess County

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Historical photos of the greater Dutchess County towns & surrounding countryside.

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Views of Dutchess County

Items in the Views of Dutchess County Collection

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company in Rhinebeck, with employees lined up by the railroad tracks.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company in Rhinebeck, with employees lined up by the railroad tracks.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Photograph of an unidentified man working in a lab at the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company in Rhinebeck, with employees lined up by the railroad tracks.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Interior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, drying racks.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Interior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, drying racks. Aust. Mann and Riley Merrit can be seen through the dry racks

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Interior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company factory.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Interior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company factory.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, from the road.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, from the railroad tracks.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, with boxcars being loaded.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, from the railroad tracks.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Exterior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company, behind the factory.

Rhinebeck Shellac Factory
Interior shot of the Rogers-Pyatt Shellac Company factory.

The Brick Meeting House [Nine Partner's Meeting House]
From the reverse: "One of the first substantial buildings in the Town of Washington was the Brick Meeting House, built in 1780 by the Society of Friends. The bricks used in its construction were manufactured in the immediate vicinity; the mortar in…

Potts' Hotel
"Potts' Hotel in Tivoli, P.H. Potts, Proprietor. A Thorough New Hotel, Latest Improvements. Heated throughout by Hot Water. First Class Accommodations for Commercial Men, Stage connects with all trains. Livery Attached."

Hudson River Playground--Norrie State Park
Photograph of two individuals on the edge of the Hudson River at Norrie State Park, in Staatsburgh. Provided by Fitchett Bros. Dairy.

Red Hook, N.Y.
An aerial view of Red Hook.

Rhinebeck , N.Y.
An aerial view of Rhinebeck.

Hyde Park, N.Y.
An aerial view of the northern section of Hyde Park.

Hyde Park, N.Y.
An aerial view of the southern section of Hyde Park.

Hyde Park, N.Y.
Street Scene in Hyde Park.

Rhinebeck, N.Y.
A "Bird's Eye" view of Rhinebeck, with important businesses & institutions numbered and labeled.

View of Hudson River from Walter Langdon's Place in 1855.
An illustration of the Hudson River and grounds of the Langdon property, present location of the Vanderbilt Estate.

Blithewood
Illustration of Blithewood Manor; built c. 1900 by Captain Andrew C. Zabriskie & gifted to Bard College by Christian A. Zabriskie in 1951.

Ellerslie Manor
Ellerslie Manor in Rhinecliff, home of Levi P. Morton, Governor of New York and Vice President under Benjamin Harrison.

Ferncliff
Ferncliff--the Astor estate built by William Backhouse Astor, Jr. Photograph of the estate's stone barn, two women approaching on the right hand side.

Ferncliff
Ferncliff--the Astor estate built by William Backhouse Astor, Jr. Photograph of the house, as seen from the bottom of the drive.

The Old Graham House
View of the Graham house near Pine Plains.

Martin House
The home of Elijah Martin, born 1787, died 1852. The house was built in 1846, located 2 miles north of Hyde Park on the east side of Route 9 (Albany Post Road).