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John Haskell House, Windsor Highway (Route 32), New Windsor, Orange County, NY



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B&W Photos

HB885118
Perpsective View Of Main Elevation

HB885119
Main Elevation

HB885120
Side Elevation

HB885121
Rear Elevation

HB885122
Kitchen Wing, Main Elevation, Detail Of Doorway

HB885123
Rear Elevation, Detail Of Doorway On Left

HB885124
Rear Elevation, Detail Of Log Construction

HB885125
First Floor, Main Staircase

HB885126
First Floor, Parlor On Right

HB885127
First Floor, Parlor On Left

HB885128
First Floor, Connecting Door Between Main House And Kitchen Wing

HB885129
Second Floor, Bedroom On Right, View Of Fireplace And Paneling

HB885130
Second Floor, Bedroom On Right, View Of Paneling, Window And Doorway

HB885131
Second Floor, Bedroom On Left

HB885132
Second Floor Landing, Staircase To Attic

HB885133
Attic, View Looking Towards The Right Side Of The House


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Item Title


Location
Windsor Highway (Route 32), New Windsor, NY

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NY-5664
Unprocessed field note material exists for this structure (FN-354).
Significance: The Haskell House is an unusual, perhaps unique, early 18th century structure. Probably built in 1720s, the house is architecturally significant for both its early date and the techniques employed in its construction. The original section of the house is built of square-cut logs laid horizontally to the second floor plate. Above this level, it has a heavy timber frame infilled with clay plaster on handsplit lath. This combination of construction techniques was unusual in the Colonies and probably unprecedented in this area of the Hudson River Valley. The adaptation of log construction to so large and formal a house is also extraordinary. Despite additions, alterations, and a long period of neglect, the house remains with much original fabric intact.

Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. PERPSECTIVE VIEW OF MAIN ELEVATION
2. MAIN ELEVATION
3. SIDE ELEVATION
4. REAR ELEVATION
5. KITCHEN WING, MAIN ELEVATION, DETAIL OF DOORWAY
6. REAR ELEVATION, DETAIL OF DOORWAY ON LEFT
7. REAR ELEVATION, DETAIL OF LOG CONSTRUCTION
8. FIRST FLOOR, MAIN STAIRCASE
9. FIRST FLOOR, PARLOR ON RIGHT
10. FIRST FLOOR, PARLOR ON LEFT
11. FIRST FLOOR, CONNECTING DOOR BETWEEN MAIN HOUSE AND KITCHEN WING
12. SECOND FLOOR, BEDROOM ON RIGHT, VIEW OF FIREPLACE AND PANELING
13. SECOND FLOOR, BEDROOM ON RIGHT, VIEW OF PANELING, WINDOW AND DOORWAY
14. SECOND FLOOR, BEDROOM ON LEFT
15. SECOND FLOOR LANDING, STAIRCASE TO ATTIC
16. ATTIC, VIEW LOOKING TOWARDS THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE HOUSE


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