Gallery view

1985

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Nan Boas and Mildred Starin

Marlboro (N.Y.) - Nan Boas at left and Mildred Starin at right visit the slave quarters at the Gomez House.

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1984

Henry, Diana Mara

Dard Hunter at the Gomez House

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.

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1986 Sept.

Henry, Diana Mara

Diana Mara Henry with Nan Boas

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

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1984

Henry, Diana Mara

Dard Hunter at the Gomez House

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.

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1985

Henry, Diana Mara

Front gate leading to the Gomez House

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

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1985

Henry, Diana Mara

Nan Boas at the Gomez House

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

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1985

Henry, Diana Mara

The Gomez House

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

1984

Henry, Diana Mara

The Gomez House

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.

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