The Hoyt House Known as The Point, Staatsburg, NY, USA

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Joshua J. Mark
by Unknown
published on 03 June 2021
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The Point, home of Lydig Munson Hoyt (l. 1821-1868), designed by the architect Calvert Vaux (l. 1824-1895) and built between 1855-1857, taken from the Hoyt family under eminent domain in 1963.

Image taken from a 19th-century postcard.

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