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Course owners can’t vote for their properties, and architects can't vote for their original designs. Muirfield Gullane, Scotland Old Tom Morris, 1891/H.

Birkdale boasts towering sandhills and no blind shots, as most of the holes roll through valleys.

Developed between 18, the area's location near the commercial center of Yonkers contributed to its growth as a residential enclave for prosperous middle-class citizens.

Architecturally the district contains middle-class residences in a variety of picturesque styles including Italianate, French Second Empire, High Victorian Gothic, and Queen Anne.

Y." showing its exterior, sepia-tone real photo postcard with very late usage at Cold Water, slight oxidation, back paper browned lightly & evenly with age, a couple small surface cracks from the bottom front border. The bracketed part of the caption is a hand-written replacement of a short word--Old? More completely, this view is Heart Island in New York waters. Hauck, 2 internal crease, small corner crease, light toning on back, scribbling on back.

.50 n(h)n(t)g BOLDT ESTATE, THOUSAND ISLANDS, ST LAWRENCE RIVER." with no period after the ST, unused postcard printed in Great Britain, for publisher Valentine-Black Company Limited, fairly fresh with good edges. / Rogers, Florist / HEMSTEAD..." on government postal card mailed 1949, corner crease, cancel ink on front, extraneous writing on back, staple holes as is common with these. Three sepia-tone real photo postcards showing the historic landing of the R-34 carrying the first East-West trans-Atlantic mail. Y." unused black & white Rotograph postcard with undivided back, small corner with scrape (neither near the image), back paper lightly & evenly yellowing with age.

Royal Melbourne (West) Melbourne, Australia Alister Mac Kenzie, 1926 13.

Royal Dornoch (Championship) Dornoch, Scotland Old Tom Morris, 1886 15.

We see this postcard offered at fanciful prices at the auction websites, but few bother to point out that the caption is in error: Halls should read Falls.

Birkdale boasts towering sandhills and no blind shots, as most of the holes roll through valleys.

Developed between 18, the area's location near the commercial center of Yonkers contributed to its growth as a residential enclave for prosperous middle-class citizens.

Architecturally the district contains middle-class residences in a variety of picturesque styles including Italianate, French Second Empire, High Victorian Gothic, and Queen Anne.

Y." showing its exterior, sepia-tone real photo postcard with very late usage at Cold Water, slight oxidation, back paper browned lightly & evenly with age, a couple small surface cracks from the bottom front border. The bracketed part of the caption is a hand-written replacement of a short word--Old? More completely, this view is Heart Island in New York waters. Hauck, 2 internal crease, small corner crease, light toning on back, scribbling on back.

$3.50 n(h)n(t)g BOLDT ESTATE, THOUSAND ISLANDS, ST LAWRENCE RIVER." with no period after the ST, unused postcard printed in Great Britain, for publisher Valentine-Black Company Limited, fairly fresh with good edges. / Rogers, Florist / HEMSTEAD..." on government postal card mailed 1949, corner crease, cancel ink on front, extraneous writing on back, staple holes as is common with these. Three sepia-tone real photo postcards showing the historic landing of the R-34 carrying the first East-West trans-Atlantic mail. Y." unused black & white Rotograph postcard with undivided back, small corner with scrape (neither near the image), back paper lightly & evenly yellowing with age.

Royal Melbourne (West) Melbourne, Australia Alister Mac Kenzie, 1926 13.

Royal Dornoch (Championship) Dornoch, Scotland Old Tom Morris, 1886 15.

We see this postcard offered at fanciful prices at the auction websites, but few bother to point out that the caption is in error: Halls should read Falls. $1.00 n(h)c(s) HAINES FALLS (CATSKILLS, GREENE COUNTY). Y." showing its exterior, postcard with red caption in sky, made in Germany circa 1912, tiny chip out of bottom corner, another corner creased twice (one tiny), a bit of cancel ink on front. printed in Germany, faint album impressions at the corners, minor corner & edge wear. Egger (postmaster at Larchmont), brownish paper, hinge remnant on back, tiny pinhole, small HARRIS HILL (ERIE COUNTY). Y." unused chrome postcard, light toning on back, unusual subject matter. Smith was a layman who supplied the Old Fort Herkimer Church from 1896 to 1899. "A Valentine / sent from / Hoosick Falls" color post card with a floral design having much glitter added, mailed there 1907, large scraped area on front almost blends in with design, light toning on back, as is.

Y." linen postcard mailed at Tannersville 1947, toned back, a little extraneous writing on back, two long internal creases intersect in the trees of the front, another internal crease in the grass. Y." color postcard with embossed floral design & purple glitter added (some letters worn). "Our Big Catalogue / of 1216 Guaranteed / Articles will save / you $ $ $ $ $ / Motorcycle Equipment Co. Y" mailed there 1938, a little extraneous writing on back, trivial corner & edge wear, trace of cancel ink on front. On the west edge of Harlem River, from 155th Street to 208th Street. "NEW YORK CENTRAL 2761 / Build by the American Locomotive Co... / December 1949." chrome from a photo by William W. autographed by the postmaster & mailed there to Frank L. Y." approximate 7"x5" sepia-tone photograph within an intricately embossed frame, sturdy backing, rounded corners by design, Smith's writing by his own hand, Devendorf''s handstamp neatly in violet.

Although no longer occupied by the Smith Company, the cohesiveness of the stylistically varied complex, with its numerous outstanding vistas, remains largely intact and the traditional relationship between housing and factory, as exemplified by the row houses that climb the hill west of the factory, is still evident.

The Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Mills in Yonkers is a thirty-eight acre factory complex significant in the industrial development of the city of Yonkers and the county of Westchester, and in the history of carpet manufacturing.

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Birkdale boasts towering sandhills and no blind shots, as most of the holes roll through valleys.Developed between 18, the area's location near the commercial center of Yonkers contributed to its growth as a residential enclave for prosperous middle-class citizens.Architecturally the district contains middle-class residences in a variety of picturesque styles including Italianate, French Second Empire, High Victorian Gothic, and Queen Anne.Y." showing its exterior, sepia-tone real photo postcard with very late usage at Cold Water, slight oxidation, back paper browned lightly & evenly with age, a couple small surface cracks from the bottom front border. The bracketed part of the caption is a hand-written replacement of a short word--Old? More completely, this view is Heart Island in New York waters. Hauck, 2 internal crease, small corner crease, light toning on back, scribbling on back. $3.50 n(h)n(t)g BOLDT ESTATE, THOUSAND ISLANDS, ST LAWRENCE RIVER." with no period after the ST, unused postcard printed in Great Britain, for publisher Valentine-Black Company Limited, fairly fresh with good edges. / Rogers, Florist / HEMSTEAD..." on government postal card mailed 1949, corner crease, cancel ink on front, extraneous writing on back, staple holes as is common with these. Three sepia-tone real photo postcards showing the historic landing of the R-34 carrying the first East-West trans-Atlantic mail. Y." unused black & white Rotograph postcard with undivided back, small corner with scrape (neither near the image), back paper lightly & evenly yellowing with age. Royal Melbourne (West) Melbourne, Australia Alister Mac Kenzie, 1926 13. Royal Dornoch (Championship) Dornoch, Scotland Old Tom Morris, 1886 15. We see this postcard offered at fanciful prices at the auction websites, but few bother to point out that the caption is in error: Halls should read Falls. $1.00 n(h)c(s) HAINES FALLS (CATSKILLS, GREENE COUNTY). Y." showing its exterior, postcard with red caption in sky, made in Germany circa 1912, tiny chip out of bottom corner, another corner creased twice (one tiny), a bit of cancel ink on front. printed in Germany, faint album impressions at the corners, minor corner & edge wear. Egger (postmaster at Larchmont), brownish paper, hinge remnant on back, tiny pinhole, small HARRIS HILL (ERIE COUNTY). Y." unused chrome postcard, light toning on back, unusual subject matter. Smith was a layman who supplied the Old Fort Herkimer Church from 1896 to 1899. "A Valentine / sent from / Hoosick Falls" color post card with a floral design having much glitter added, mailed there 1907, large scraped area on front almost blends in with design, light toning on back, as is. Y." linen postcard mailed at Tannersville 1947, toned back, a little extraneous writing on back, two long internal creases intersect in the trees of the front, another internal crease in the grass. Y." color postcard with embossed floral design & purple glitter added (some letters worn). "Our Big Catalogue / of 1216 Guaranteed / Articles will save / you $ $ $ $ $ / Motorcycle Equipment Co. Y" mailed there 1938, a little extraneous writing on back, trivial corner & edge wear, trace of cancel ink on front. On the west edge of Harlem River, from 155th Street to 208th Street. "NEW YORK CENTRAL 2761 / Build by the American Locomotive Co... / December 1949." chrome from a photo by William W. autographed by the postmaster & mailed there to Frank L. Y." approximate 7"x5" sepia-tone photograph within an intricately embossed frame, sturdy backing, rounded corners by design, Smith's writing by his own hand, Devendorf''s handstamp neatly in violet. Although no longer occupied by the Smith Company, the cohesiveness of the stylistically varied complex, with its numerous outstanding vistas, remains largely intact and the traditional relationship between housing and factory, as exemplified by the row houses that climb the hill west of the factory, is still evident.The Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Mills in Yonkers is a thirty-eight acre factory complex significant in the industrial development of the city of Yonkers and the county of Westchester, and in the history of carpet manufacturing.

.00 n(h)c(s) HAINES FALLS (CATSKILLS, GREENE COUNTY). Y." showing its exterior, postcard with red caption in sky, made in Germany circa 1912, tiny chip out of bottom corner, another corner creased twice (one tiny), a bit of cancel ink on front. printed in Germany, faint album impressions at the corners, minor corner & edge wear. Egger (postmaster at Larchmont), brownish paper, hinge remnant on back, tiny pinhole, small HARRIS HILL (ERIE COUNTY). Y." unused chrome postcard, light toning on back, unusual subject matter. Smith was a layman who supplied the Old Fort Herkimer Church from 1896 to 1899. "A Valentine / sent from / Hoosick Falls" color post card with a floral design having much glitter added, mailed there 1907, large scraped area on front almost blends in with design, light toning on back, as is.

Y." linen postcard mailed at Tannersville 1947, toned back, a little extraneous writing on back, two long internal creases intersect in the trees of the front, another internal crease in the grass. Y." color postcard with embossed floral design & purple glitter added (some letters worn). "Our Big Catalogue / of 1216 Guaranteed / Articles will save / you $ $ $ $ $ / Motorcycle Equipment Co. Y" mailed there 1938, a little extraneous writing on back, trivial corner & edge wear, trace of cancel ink on front. On the west edge of Harlem River, from 155th Street to 208th Street. "NEW YORK CENTRAL 2761 / Build by the American Locomotive Co... / December 1949." chrome from a photo by William W. autographed by the postmaster & mailed there to Frank L. Y." approximate 7"x5" sepia-tone photograph within an intricately embossed frame, sturdy backing, rounded corners by design, Smith's writing by his own hand, Devendorf''s handstamp neatly in violet.

Although no longer occupied by the Smith Company, the cohesiveness of the stylistically varied complex, with its numerous outstanding vistas, remains largely intact and the traditional relationship between housing and factory, as exemplified by the row houses that climb the hill west of the factory, is still evident.

The Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Mills in Yonkers is a thirty-eight acre factory complex significant in the industrial development of the city of Yonkers and the county of Westchester, and in the history of carpet manufacturing.