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Marlboro (N.Y.) - Dard Hunter, father and son, descendants of Arts and Crafts artisan and paper historian Dard Hunter who owned the house and used the mill for his paper-making, 1912-1918, returned there in July.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1984
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - The younger Dard Hunter in July 1984 explores the mill that his ancestor Arts and Crafts artisan and paper historian Dard Hunter used for his paper-making, 1912-1918.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1984
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - The front gate to The Gomez House, the oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1985
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - Diana Mara Henry with Nan Boas, descendant of the Gomez family, in front of the Gomez House.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1986 Sept.
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - The Gomez House, the oldest standing Jewish dwelling in North America and home to patriots, artisans, and social activists.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1985
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - Nan Boas, a descendant of Louis Moses Gomez, stands in front of the house built in 1714 by her ancestor.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1985
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - The Gomez House photographed the year the Gomez Foundation for Mill House purchase it and established it as a public museum chartered in the State of New York.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1984
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Marlboro (N.Y.) - Nan Boas at left and Mildred Starin at right visit the slave quarters at the Gomez House.
(Diana Mara Henry Papers)

Henry, Diana Mara
1985