Historic Bridges of the Hudson Valley Celebrates the 90th Anniversary of the Mid-Hudson Bridge opened August 25, 1930
Rip Van Winkle Bridge celebrates the 90th Anniversary of their sister bridge.
Artist: Jack Kelly, Rip Van Winkle Bridge . . . — — Map (db m158804) HM
This building honors the loyalty and dedication of Edward J. Burns and Aloysius H. Curran.
As newly hired toll collectors they were on duty at this bridge when it opened on July 2, 1935.
In 43 subsequent years of service, "Mr. Burns" . . . — — Map (db m116800) HM
James Powers (1782-1868) was a life-long resident of the Village of Catskill, where he lived as a prosperous lawyer, land developer, and gentleman farmer. He served as eighth president of the village and as state senator (1836-39). His . . . — — Map (db m130578) HM
Before the construction of highway bridges across the Hudson River, more than 100 ferries provided crucial economic and social links to communities on opposite sides of the river. Ferry service, however, was unpredictable. It was relatively slow . . . — — Map (db m158664) HM
Dedicated to the men who served in the Tenth New York Infantry
July 15, 1917-July 8, 1919
Lieut. Col. Albert Saulpaugh
Captain Percy W. Decker Adj.
Sergt. Major Wm. Hock
Captain Daniel J. Cassidy . . . — — Map (db m129546) WM