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The Clarke family originally owned 4,892 acres of land in the colonies, granted by Queen Anne before the revolution! The downloadable paper stub from 1894 at the link gives details on how it changed hands over the years, and names Hyde Hall at the end. #ClarkeFamily #HistoricNY #HistoricPreservation  https://link.cnymm.com/2ymqhSe

My mom and grandmother in Tarrytown.
#family #tarrytown #westchestercounty #historicny #nofilter

Historic venue - Essex House. Thank you to Tina, Sara and Achilles for hosting our walk through. Such a pleasure to meet you and experience your beautiful property. #eventvenue #nyc #historicny #eventmanagement #eventplanning @marriotthotels @essexhousenyc

Dutch Barn circa late 1700s outside #rhinebeck Spent yesterday touring historic farms as part of efforts by the @winnakeelandtrust to preserve Dutchess County. #upstateny #hudsonvalley #dutchbarn #historicNY

map etched on the windows of this subway stop 🗺🗺🗺 #cartography #maps #historicny #newyork #instagramnyc

These two beauty's holding strong 🤞🏼for over a hundred plus years. They sure don't make things like they used to. 👌🏻 #enjoytroy #troyny #riverst #historicny

#hudson #paradehill a view of the Hudson lighthouse in the distance #nys #ny #historicny

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Do you remember from our post a few days ago that the Clarkes were having a difficult time holding on to their assets in the 1880s? Here's some more evidence: Hyde Hall held an auction during that time, documented by the NYS Historical Association's purchase record of a U-shaped goblet that features a hunting scene entitled "Deer and Dog," a pattern propogated by Gillinder & Sons from Philidelphia at that time. #HistoricNY #HistoricPreservation #HydeHall (*Image does not depict the original item.)

Other Historic Homes: Manitoga, Garrison, NY. Now you see me, now you don't! This hidden home belonged to former designer and nature lover Russel Wright, whose intent was to integrate the fixtures of the modern and natural worlds. He and his wife named the area Manitoga, "Place of Great Spirit," in acknowledgement of the Wappinger people who lived there before the quarry was built and abandoned. Flip through some photos, read quotes at the link, and be enthralled by Manitoga's inherent beauty and Wright's vision. Now, you can visit the site for tours, hikes, and art programs. The touring season ends November 13th, though, so act fast! #OtherHistoricHomes #HistoricNY @VisitManitoga
https://link.cnymm.com/2zpSDJ4

Love this stunner from @architecture_1000_islands #preservationtravels ・・・
The first in a series of photos I took yesterday at Thousand Island Park, NY. If you live in the area but haven't been, it's worth the visit! #1000islands #ny #tipark #gingerbreadtrim #architecture #architecturelovers #architecturephotography #goldenhour #shadows #nystateofmind #thousandislandpark #wellesleyisland #historicnewyork #historicny

The Clarke family originally owned 4,892 acres of land in the colonies, granted by Queen Anne before the revolution! The downloadable paper stub from 1894 at the link gives details on how it changed hands over the years, and names Hyde Hall at the end. #ClarkeFamily #HistoricNY #HistoricPreservation  https://link.cnymm.com/2ymqhSe

Looking southwest through the trees at London Terrace. Built by developer Henry Mandel to be what was then the largest apartment building in the world. Completed in 1930, the building at the time cost more than 25M to build. Descendants of Clement Clarke Moore, who owned a large inherited estate that encompassed much of what is now Chelsea, leased the land to Henry Mandel where London Terrace now stands. #londonterrace #chelsea #clementclarkemoore #largestapartmentcomplexes #chelsea #nyc #historicny #fallday #24thstreet #9thand10th

This weekend, some of the most historic buildings in New York City will be unlocked for Open House New York! 🔑 Here's what you need to know [link in bio]
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📷: Mikiko Kikuyama
🎨: Juan Hinojosa
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#OHNY #OpenHouseNY #NYC #HistoricNY #OpenHouse #ExploreNYC #NewYorkCity #HistoricNYC #Architecture #History #Art #YOTEL #YOTELNYC #YOTELNewYork

Hyde and Shriek at Hyde Hall tomorrow and Saturday evenings, starting at 6 - staff will reveal tales of hauntings at various sites in the former dwelling, all under the guidance of candlelight. Hyde Hall in darkness and snuggled up with the ghosts of past residents is an experience you won't want to miss! $20 per person, PRE-REGISTRATION AT 607-547-5098 #EventsatHydeHall #ClarkeFamily #HistoricNY https://link.cnymm.com/2h6OS37

Hudson Valley Views!
via @celebrating_tuesday

Lele wants... Nerdy moments at Green-Wood Cemetery: finding Samuel Morse's grave, which has also a little telegraph.
#greenwoodcemetery #cemetery #october #samuelmorse #graveyardgirl #grave #morsecode #science #inventions #historicny #history #historynerd #nerdygirl #nerd #telegraph #findagrave

Other Historic Places: John Burroughs Memorial and home, Woodchuck Lodge. Hop on over to Roxbury in Delaware County, and you'll find the home and burial site of naturalist and writer, John Burroughs. With a home cloaked in the Catskills, it's no wonder this man's work inspired writers and environmentalists forcenturies to come! Read more about Burroughs, the site, and what you can do there at the link! #HistoricNY #OtherHistoricPlaces #HistoricPreservation https://link.cnymm.com/2y0K4Xk

Does the threadbare connection between the Clarkes and Coopers guide your curiosity to rest on the lives the Coopers may have led? Read William Cooper's Town, a Pulitzer Prize-Winning biography and analysis of William Cooper and James Fenimore Cooper, founder and son. Author Alan Taylor sheds light on the generation gap that characterized the nation in the wake of the revolution, as well as how they navigated through it. #GiftsatHydeHall #CooperstownNY #HistoricNY https://link.cnymm.com/2hgq0Jw

Contemporary guests of Hyde Hall were treated well in reception by their host. Receipts show that the first George Clarke of Hyde Hall paid a fine penny for Lynch's Sauternes, Oeil de Perdrix Sillery (a kind of rosé wine), sparkling Champagne, Holland gin, German stout, Old Pale Sherry, Barsac wine, claret, Madeira, Sicillian wine, Muscat de Frontignan, and Applejack. A fitting array for an Oktoberfest! #ClarkeFamily #HistoricNY #HydeHall

Clarke Family Insight: Emily Borie Ryerson married George Hyde Clarke, Jr. (b 1889), the 4th owner of the homestead, in 1915, 3 years after she and most of her immediate family survived the sinking of the Titanic. You can preview the original wedding announcement stub at the link! #ClarkeFamily #HistoricNY #HydeHall https://link.cnymm.com/2yYrLjm

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