Historic Map - Rhinebeck, NY - 1890

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Rhinebeck, N.Y. Drawn & published by L. R. Burleigh.

This reproduction bird's-eye view map of Rhinebeck, New York was drawn and published by L. R. Burleigh in 1890. Rhinebeck flourished during the Gay Nineties, as flower-giving gained in popularity. The town maintained several "violet houses" during this era and became well known for them. Violets were the current craze in New York, which brought commerce to Rhinebeck. Its location in Dutchess County along the Hudson River about 100 miles from New York City made it an ideal get-a-way destination for the city's affluent.

The map from 1890 shows buildings and clearly labeled streets.

Features numbered references to the following locations:

  1. Reformed Church
  2. Baptist Church
  3. Lutheran Church
  4. Methodist Episcopal Church
  5. Episcopal Church
  6. Public School
  7. First National Bank
  8. Town Hall and Post Office
  9. Starr Institute
10. DeGarmo's Institute, James M. DeGarmo, Proprietor
11. Office & Residence of Frank Latson, Dentist
12. Rhinebeck Hotel, L. Decker, Proprietor
13. Milroy Bros., General Blacksmithing
15. Andrew Grube, Furniture and Undertaking
16. Rhinebeck Savings Bank
17. Esselstyn & McCarty, Attorneys & Counselors at Law
18. Rhinebeck Gazette, T. S. Earl, Proprietor
19. Williams & Traver, General Groceries
20. B. N. Baker, Drugs and Stationery
21. Wm. Carroll & Son, Furniture and Undertaking
22. Rhinebeck News, Wm. N. Tyler, Proprietor
23. C. S. VanEtten, Physician and Surgeon
24. Ackert & Brown, Contractors and Builders
25. Milroy, Bachman, Marquardt, Machine Shop
26. R. Alex. Decker, Architect and Builder


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