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Friends of Cedarmere

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The folder contains 99 artifacts. Images range from portraits to group photographs to landscapes. The photographs are dated from 1911-1921.

4/5/20, 6:36 PM

The folder contains 157 artifacts. Images range from portraits to group photographs to landscapes. The photographs are dated from 1903-1910.

4/5/20, 5:27 PM

This folder contains a single artifact, the interior of an album cover that contains three photographs. The album is a gift from Frances "Tiny" Bryant Godwin to her older sister, Elizabeth Love Godwin.

4/5/20, 3:14 PM

This folder contains two artifacts, the front and back images of a Christmas card depicting a snow-covered "Cedarmere," the country home of William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878).

4/5/20, 3:35 PM

This folder contains 65 artifacts of various furniture in "Ceder Mere", the country home of William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), a 19th century poet, newspaper editor, and civic leader.

4/5/20, 3:27 PM

This folder contains 11 artifacts ranging from photographs of scenery, people, and pets.  

4/5/20, 3:35 PM

The folder contains 11 artifacts containing the front and back of postcards depicting Cedarmere, the country home of William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878). The artwork on the postcards was created by Harry Cohen.

4/5/20, 6:57 PM

This folder contains three photographs of bride Nathalie de Castro with party on her wedding day to Rutherford Stuyvesant Pierrepont, December 5, 1911.

4/5/20, 3:35 PM

This folder contains a single photograph of Harold Godwin and Elizabeth Love Marquand on their wedding day, May 31, 1884.

4/5/20, 6:57 PM

This folder contains 138 artifacts that primarily consist of sketch and photographic portraits of various members of the Godwin family.

4/5/20, 4:08 PM

The folder contains 182 artifacts. Images consist of Cedarmere, the country home of William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878) and the grounds of his estate. Photographs contains images of Cedarmere before the November 1902 fire that destroyed the kitchen wind and everything above the first floor of the main house, as well as images from the subsequent reconstruction.

4/5/20, 6:57 PM

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