Catalog Record: Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Pre-revolutionary Dutch houses and families in Northern New Jersey and Southern New York, by Rosalie Fellows Bailey, A. B.; with an introd. by Franklin D. Roosevelt; photography by Margaret De M. Brown; prepared under the auspices of the Holland Society of New York.

Main Author: Bailey, Rosalie Fellows, 1908-
Language(s): English
Published: New York, W. Morrow & Company, 1936.
Subjects: Historic buildings > New York (State).
Historic buildings > New Jersey.
Dutch > New York (State)
Dutch > New Jersey
Architecture > New York (State)
Architecture > New Jersey.
Architecture, Colonial > Middle Atlantic States.
New York (State) > Genealogy.
New Jersey > Genealogy.
Note: "Genealogical index": p. [385]-612.
"A companion volume to 'Dutch Houses in the Hudson valley before 1776' ... prepared under the auspices of this committee by Helen Wilkinson Reynolds ... and published in 1929."--A word from the book committee.
"A limited edition of six hundred sixty-six copies has been printed."
Physical Description: 10 p. L., 11-612 p., 1 L. incl. front., illus., plan. 29 cm.
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