A collection of Hudson River & New England Brick with a brief history of the yards and towns where they were made. A for his exhaustive work on "Brick Brands of the United States." Other sources consulted are noted in various section of the web site. In 1910, Berlin had about 11 brickyards, and yearly produced about 102,500,000 bricks.WEBMASTER NOTE: This is in no way meant to be an authoritative resource for the identity of brick brands. Another resource for identifying Hudson River bricks is a listing prepared by collector Andy Van Der Poel. Aldridge, a brick manufacturer located in Dutchess Junction. The Great Depression ended the building construction.Rather, these are our "best guesses" from perusing city directories, conducting comparative analysis, going on field trips with brick "gurus" Fred Rieck and Andy Van Der Poel and researching material in publications and on the Internet. Andy has a much larger Hudson River collection than I and has wonderfully researched and documented each brick. The last brickyard to close was a flower pot company which didn't last too long.SEE SOME OF ANDY'S COLLECTION & DOWNLOAD HIS COMPLETE LIST HERE. The electric shovel arm is still visible in an old clay pit on Route 72.Located in Suffolk County about 40 miles from Manhattan, Huntington, NY provides plenty of recreation for residents and visitors with its harbors, beaches and museums.Over the past few years, Huntington has grown into a booming business area with a large number of manufacturing facilities.A small bobcat was spotted between the Adams house and the church on Friday, August 12th.It looks like a young bobcat that has been "pushed out" of the nest.
The town is home to Mercer Museum, Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, Fonthill Castle, and many other cultural attractions.
Contributed by Virginia Lawrence August 3, 2016 On Tuesday, August 2, 2016 a State Trooper drove up to our house to report a break-in at the Ranger's Cabin next to the covered bridge sometime during the weekend of July 30-31.
He wanted to know if we had seen or heard anything unusual.
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