Wade, William, John Disturnell, and William Croome. Wade & Croome’s Panorama of the Hudson River from New York to Waterford. New York: J. Disturnell, 1847. https://archive.org/details/ldpd_11290386_000

Detail of Lansingburgh cropped from
Wade, William, John Disturnell, and William Croome. Wade & Croome’s Panorama of the Hudson River from New York to Waterford. New York: J. Disturnell, 1847. https://archive.org/details/ldpd_11290386_000

• Named Estates

Lansing Mansion, 405 Second Avenue (gone)

The Abbey, Second Avenue (gone)

The Boradaile, Cemetery Road (gone)

Elm Place, 601 Fourth Avenue

Elmhurst, 20 Gurley Avenue

Glenwood, 1 Eddy’s Lane

Nestledown, Haughney Road (gone)

Oaklands, 188 Seventh Avenue

Riverview, Haughney Road (gone)

Sunnyside (just outside Batestown in Middleburgh)

Villa Terrace, 116th Street between Seventh and Eighth Avenues (gone)

Troy Times’ Modern Homes of Greater Troy Series (early 20th Century)

190 Second Avenue

200 Second Avenue

585 Third Avenue

629 Third Avenue

124 Fifth Avenue

19 Gurley Avenue

669-671 Second Avenue

Architecture of Lansingburgh book

419 Second Avenue

669-671 Second Avenue

• Real estate advertisements

17 Second Avenue

442 Second Avenue

823 Fourth Avenue

941 Third Avenue

8 Gurley Avenue

Architecture Worth Saving Rensselaer County, N. Y. book (1965)

662 Second Avenue (pp. 36-37)
638 Third Avenue (pp. 44-45)
118th Street at First Avenue (pp. 48-49)
Lion Shirt Building (p. 65)
Boradaile (p. 196)

Historic Resources of the Hudson book (1969)

28. Judson Mansion, 2-story brick Victorian, with brackets and tower, c. 1865. [1 118th Street]
29. No. 638 Third Avenue, 2-story brick, Greek Revival elements, 1846. [possibly this was meant to be 538 Third Avenue]
30. Pair of Houses, 2-story board-and-batten, gingerbread carpentry, mid-19th Century. [14 and 16 114th Street]
31. House, 1-story brick, Victorian with mansard roof, c. 1880. [possibly 286 Third Avenue? (the book has large dots on a small map, making identification difficult)]
32. Building, 2-story clapboard, bracketed, c. 1850. (Rensselaer County Junior Museum)* [102 Second Avenue north of 102nd Street]

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