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Adirondack Mountains Lake Placid

Adirondack Mountains Lake Placid
1959.130.93

One of several original oil paintings by Schnectady artist Walter L. Greene commissioned by the New York Central Railroad to be reproduced as a travel poster advertising passenger service to the Adirondacks and Lake Placid, New York.   

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Albany Brewing Company

Albany Brewing Company
1954.52.12

The original work of this print was an advertisement created by Thomas Bonar, a lithographer in New York. 

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Beverwyck Brewing Company Serving Tray

Beverwyck Brewing Company Serving Tray
200518.6

Beverwyck Brewing Company Serving Tray is a fine art print reproduction of the original serving tray produced by H.D. Beach company in Ohio.

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Castleton Cut-off

Castleton Cut-off
1959.130.179

The original work for this print was an advertisement by the New York Central Railroad from 1925. It was gifted to the Institute by the New York Central Railroad. 

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Central Terminal, Buffalo, New York

Central Terminal, Buffalo, New York
1959.130.164

The original painting for this print was painted by J. Floyed Yewell in the 1920s. it was gifted to the Institute by the New York Central Railroad. 

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Entrance to the Highlands on the Hudson

Entrance to the Highlands on the Hudson
2006.49.6

Entrance to the Highlands on the Hudson was painted in France, c.1845, by French salon artist Hippolyte-Louis Garnier and is based on a nineteeth-century Hudson River view by Jacques-Gerard Milbert in his publication Itineraire Pittoresque du Fleuve Hudson.

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Half Moon Architectural Model

Half Moon Architectural Model
1994.18

The art deco model of Henry Hudson's ship Half Moon was originally installed above the doorway of the Home Savings Bank in 1927. Later, the model was moved indoors and hung over the bank's vault. It later graced the lobby of 110 State Street. For Albany's tricentennial in 1886, the ship was restored and eventually donated to the Albany Institute of History and Art. 

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Johnson Hall (Sir William Johnson Presenting Medals to the Indian Chiefs of the Six Nations at Johnstown, NY, 1772)

Johnson Hall (Sir William Johnson Presenting Medals to the Indian Chiefs of the Six Nations at Johnstown, NY, 1772)
1993.44

Painted by Edward Lamson Henry, the painting for this print is from 1903. It shows the close alliance that Sir William Johnson had with the Native Americans. Built in 1763, Johnson Hall was later confiscated and sold by New York State when the Johnsons fled to Canada as Loyalists. Today, it is owned and operated by New York State as a historic site. 

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Keeler's, State Street, Albany

Keeler's, State Street, Albany
1969.48.128

The original work for this print was painted by the artst W. Hunter van Guysling. It was from the 1900s and was gifted by Gaynor Keeler, in memory of his father, William H. Keeler. 

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