DescriptionThis is a portion of one of three main buildings in Hoornbeek Store Complex, erected over a 30-year period.This was an entrance way in the last main structure, the Napanoch Female Seminary. It was built in 1841 by Gabriel Ludlum, who had leased the store from Doll. It is a simple two-story clapboard frame house, with unusual window locations due to its original use as a girls' school, with the schoolmaster's quarters on the ground floor and students housed upstairs. At one point it, too, was connected to the store; probably in 1856 when Ludlum bought out Doll and became the sole owner of the complex. That connection was demolished in the 20th century.Photographed in Napanoch, New York, USA. Composed in Photoshop with layers, adjustments, shadows, highlights added in bicycle, an original textures. Bicycle courtesy of Bluesse of Deviant Art.
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