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Dutch houses in the Hudson Valley before 1776
Helen Wilkinson Reynolds
|Statement||by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds; with an introduction by Franklin D. Roosevelt, photography by Margaret De M. Brown; prepared under the auspices of the Holland Society of New York.|
|Contributions||Holland Society of New York.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||467|
Reviving Dutch colonial architecture in the Hudson Valley became a very important project for FDR and in the introduction to Helen Wilkinson Reynold's book Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before , he expressed his desire to preserve the past: "The genesis of my interest in Dutch Houses of the Hudson Valley Before lies in the destruction of a delighteful old house in Dutchess. The farmhouse, of which a photograph exists, was probably built in the s. This date is based on a map of the s, which showed only one house in the area. (For photo, see Reynolds, Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley before () pages , photo ).
DeWitt in the Hudson River Valley, NY, By Mona Knight Novem at I am not a DeWitt researcher, but for those who are, you may want to consult the book published in named Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before , by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds.I have a Dover Books copy published some time after , with illustrations, and . But I chose to focus on the Hudson Valley, the spine of the Dutch colony. So after a quick walking tour of what had been New Amsterdam, from Author: Russell Shorto.
7 For two earlier Van Rensselaer houses in the New York Dutch style, Watervliet and Crailo, see Helen Wilkinson Reynolds, Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley before (Payson and Clarke and Holland Soceity of New York, New York, ). Additional information on the original patroon’s house at Beverwyck can be found in Janny Venema. Helen Reynolds, Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before (New York, ). Charles E. Shedd, "Dutch Reformed (Sleepy Hollow) Church," National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings form , Septem
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Published by Payson and Clarke, Ltd. in New York. Written in EnglishPages: Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before (), by her friend Helen Wilkinson Reynolds; and Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York () by Rosalie Fellows Bailey.
Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before Helen Wilkinson Reynolds, Holland Society of New York Snippet view - The Hall Christy House was built by Peter John Hall, an early Hudson Valley settler and a Quaker.
Originally it was a single-room home built in the Dutch H-bent tradition, but in Hall put on. Dutch houses in the Hudson Valley before New York, Dover Publications  (OCoLC) Named Person: Vallée de l' Néerlandais--Hudson: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Helen Wilkinson Reynolds; Holland Society of New York.
Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before Categories: Architecture, Colonial, Historic houses, etc New York (State), Hudson Valley Hudson River Valley (N.Y. and N.J.), Social Life and customs. Get this from a library. Dutch houses in the Hudson Valley before.
[Helen Wilkinson Reynolds; Holland Society of New York.]. "For Three Generations our understanding of Dutch houses has been through two pioneering books: Helen Reynolds' Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley before (), and Rosalie Fellows Bailey's Pre-Revolutionary Dutch Houses and Families in.
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Book focuses on Historic Houses built before by the First Dutch / Huguenot / Walloon settlers in the Hudson Valley in New York State in the counties of Albany, Columbia, Greene, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Ulster, and Westchester.
Not just a Book on Old Houses but loaded with much Genealogical information. This was and is a classic work. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Dutch houses in the Hudson Valley before at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
Series I: Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before Scope and Contents note Series I consists of original film and glass negatives and copy photographs of Dutch houses taken during the s to serve as illustrations for Helen Wilkinson Reynolds' landmark book Dutch Houses in.
A photo of this barn is in the book by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds, Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Beforepage As Fitchen mentions, the unique feature of this barn is the overhanging gable in lieu of a pent roof.
In the Hudson Valley, for example, the use of brick, or brick and stone is perhaps more characteristic of Dutch Colonial houses than is their use of a gambrel roof. In Albany and Ulster Counties, frame houses were almost unknown beforewhile in Dutchess and Westchester Counties, the presence of a greater proportion of settlers with.
The house of Cornelius C. Mulder appears in a book titled "EARLY DUTCH HOUSES IN THE HUDSON VALLEY BEFORE ", by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds. The house was built in based on a date inscribed.Buy Dutch Houses in the Hudson Valley Before by Helen W Reynolds online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now.