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The following are very rough drafts for articles on NRHP places in this county, made available for editors to use in starting articles or in refining existing articles. To use, please cut-and-paste text from here to the article. (These are actually 2nd round drafts, informed by /draftnames.)

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Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House
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  | location= NY 6/202, [[Stony Point, New York]]
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  | built =   1923 and   1924
  | architect = Baird,Howard C.; Terr & Tench Construction Co.
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = November 23, 1982
  | area = {{convert|7.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Hudson Highlands MRA ]
  | refnum = 82001266 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House is a property in [[Stony Point, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in   1923 and   1924.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Baird,Howard C.  and Terr & Tench Construction Co..<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|7.7|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Hudson Highlands MRA
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Hudson Highlands MRA
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0087  (code) Rockland (county name).

==References==
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{{National Register of Historic Places in New York}}

[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in New York]]
[[Category:Rockland County, New York]]
[[Category:1923 architecture]]


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African Cemetery[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = African Cemetery
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  | caption = 
  | location= North St., [[Rye, New York]]
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  | built = 1860
  | architect =  
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = October 3, 2003
  | area = {{convert|1.4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 03000999 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
African Cemetery is a property in [[Rye, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2003 .

It was built or has other significance in 1860.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.4|acre}} with just one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: African Cemetery
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in New York]]
[[Category:Westchester County, New York]]
[[Category:1860 architecture]]


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All Saints Episcopal Church (Briarcliff Manor, New York)[edit]

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What links to All Saints Episcopal Church (Briarcliff Manor, New York) What links to All Saints Episcopal Church

{{Infobox nrhp | name = All Saints Episcopal Church
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  | location= 96 and 201 Scarborough Td., [[Braircliff Manor, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1848,   1911 and   1950
  | architect = Upjohn, Richard; Deacy, William Henry
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]]
  | added = May 2, 2002
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 02000449 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
All Saints Episcopal Church is a property in [[Braircliff Manor, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2002 .

It was built or has other significance in   1848,   1911, and   1950.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Upjohn, Richard  and Deacy, William Henry.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: All Saints Episcopal Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Amawalk Friends Meeting House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Amawalk Friends Meeting House
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  | location= Quaker Church Rd., [[Amawalk, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1831
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = November 16, 1989
  | area = {{convert|2.9|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 89002004 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Amawalk Friends Meeting House is a property in [[Amawalk, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1989 .

It was built or has other significance in 1831.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2.9|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Amawalk Friends Meeting House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in New York]]
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[[Category:1831 architecture]]


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Armour-Stiner House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Armour-Stiner House
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  | location= 45 W. Clinton Ave., [[Irvington, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1860,   1872 and   1873
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Octagon Mode architecture|Octagon Mode]]
  | added = December 18, 1975
  | area = {{convert|3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 75001238 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Armour-Stiner House is a property in [[Irvington, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1975 .

The property is or was also known as Carmer Octagon House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1860,   1872, and   1873.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Octagon Mode architecture|Octagon Mode]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Armour-Stiner House / Carmer Octagon House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in New York]]
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Edwin H. Armstrong House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Armstrong, Edwin H., House
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  | location= 1032 Warburton Ave., [[Yonkers, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1902 and   1923
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]]
  | delisted = March 5, 1986
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 76001296 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Armstrong, Edwin H., House is or was a property in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was REMOVED from the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in   1902 and   1923.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Armstrong, Edwin H., House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is RN, which means REMOVED from National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Asbury United Methodist Church and Bethel Chapel and Cemetery[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Asbury United Methodist Church and Bethel Chapel and Cemetery
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  | location= 19 Old Post Rd. and Old Post Rd. S, [[Croton-on-Hudson, New York]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = X 1790 and   1883
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = March 31, 2000
  | area = {{convert|6.8|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 00000310 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Asbury United Methodist Church and Bethel Chapel and Cemetery is a {{convert|6.8|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Croton-on-Hudson, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 
2000 .

It was built or has other significance in X 1790 and   1883.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and [[Federal architecture|Federal]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included two [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are three non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Asbury United Methodist Church and Bethel Chapel and Cemetery
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Westchester County, New York]]
[[Category:Late Victorian architecture in New York]]
[[Category:Federal architecture in New York]]
[[Category:Historic districts in New York]]
[[Category:1790 architecture]]


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Richard Austin House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Austin, Richard, House
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  | location= 196 Croton Ave., [[Ossining, New York]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1878 and   1879
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]]
  | added = September 20, 1988
  | area = {{convert|0.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 88001527 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Austin, Richard, House is a property in [[Ossining, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1988 .

The property is or was also known as Ossining Historical Society Museum.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1878 and   1879.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing structure,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|0.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Austin, Richard, House / Ossining Historical Society Museum
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bar Building[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bar Building
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 199 Main St., [[White Plains, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1926
  | architect = Levitan, Benjamin I.
  | architecture = [[Early Commercial architecture|Early Commercial]]
  | added = May 17, 2007
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 07000331 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bar Building is a property in [[White Plains, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2007 .

It was built or has other significance in 1926.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Levitan, Benjamin I..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Early Commercial architecture|Early Commercial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bar Building
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bear Mountain Bridge Rd.[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bear Mountain Bridge Rd.
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= NY 6/202, between Bear Mt. Bridge, [[Cortlandt, New York]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = C 1923 and C 1924
  | architect = Terry & Tench Construction Co.; Carey Construction Co.
  | architecture = [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]]
  | added = November 23, 1982
  | area = {{convert|18.2|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Hudson Highlands MRA ]
  | refnum = 82001274 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bear Mountain Bridge Rd. is a property in [[Cortlandt, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1923 and C 1924.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Terry & Tench Construction Co.  and Carey Construction Co..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and two [[contributing structures]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|18.2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bear Mountain Bridge Rd.
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Hudson Highlands MRA
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Hudson Highlands MRA
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= NY 6/202, [[Peekskill, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1923 and   1924
  | architect = Baird,Howard C.; Terr & Tench Construction Co.
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = November 23, 1982
  | area = {{convert|7.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Hudson Highlands MRA ]
  | refnum = 82001266 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House is a property in [[Peekskill, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in   1923 and   1924.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Baird,Howard C.  and Terr & Tench Construction Co..<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|7.7|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bear Mountain Bridge and Toll House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


TEMPORARY NOTE: get complete url at [[wp:MPS]] for reference following and for infobox above.

The property was covered in a study of Hudson Highlands MRA
<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Hudson Highlands MRA
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bedford Road Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bedford Road Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Bedford Rd., [[Armonk, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] 
  | added = November 21, 1985
  | area = {{convert|4.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85002903 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bedford Road Historic District is a {{convert|4.5|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Armonk, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], and [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included eight [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are three non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bedford Road Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bedford Village Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bedford Village Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Court, Seminary, Poundridge and Greenwich Rds., [[Bedford, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1787 and   1872
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] 
  | added = October 2, 1973
  | area = {{convert|89|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private; Local
  | refnum = 73001285 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bedford Village Historic District is a {{convert|89|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Bedford, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1973 .

It was built or has other significance in   1787 and   1872.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000080 [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bedford Village Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Beecher-McFadden Estate[edit]

NRIS name is actually: Beecher--McFadden Estate

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Beecher-McFadden Estate
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= E. Main St., [[Peekskill, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1875 and C 1925
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]], [[Jacobethan Revival architecture|Jacobethan Revival]]   | added = November 2, 1987
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 87001894 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Beecher-McFadden Estate is a property in [[Peekskill, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

It was built or has other significance in   1875 and C 1925.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Jacobethan Revival architecture|Jacobethan Revival]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Beecher-McFadden Estate
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bell Place-Locust Avenue Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bell Place-Locust Avenue Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Cromwell Pl., Locust Hill Ave., Baldwin Pl. & N. Broadway, [[Yonkers, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], [[Italian Villa architecture|Italian Villa]], [[High Victorian Gothic architecture|High Victorian Gothic]], and Other
  | added = August 29, 1985
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001936 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bell Place-Locust Avenue Historic District is a {{convert|2|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It includes [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], [[Italian Villa architecture|Italian Villa]], [[High Victorian Gothic architecture|High Victorian Gothic]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000011 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are three non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bell Place-Locust Avenue Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bolton Priory (Pelham Manor, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bolton Priory
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= 7 Priory Lane, [[Pelham Manor, New York]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1838
  | architect = Irving,Washington
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = June 28, 1974
  | area = {{convert|3.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 74001320 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bolton Priory is a property in [[Pelham Manor, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1974 .

It was built or has other significance in 1838.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Irving,Washington.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|3.7|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bolton Priory
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Boston Post Road Historic District (Rye, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Boston Post Road Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
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  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Boston Post Rd. and Milton Harbor, [[Rye, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1838 and   1854
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]], and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] 
  | added = October 29, 1982
  | area = {{convert|300|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private; Local
  | refnum = 82001275 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Boston Post Road Historic District is a {{convert|300|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Rye, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in   1838 and   1854.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]], and [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000021 [[contributing buildings]], one [[contributing structure]],  and000016  [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are two non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Boston Post Road Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Brandreth Pill Factory[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Brandreth Pill Factory
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Water St., [[Ossining, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1836 and   1907
  | architect = Pollard,Calvin
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Second Empire architecture|Second Empire]], and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] 
  | added = January 10, 1980
  | area = {{convert|5.6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 80002792 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Brandreth Pill Factory is a property in [[Ossining, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1980 .

It was built or has other significance in   1836 and   1907.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Pollard,Calvin.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Second Empire architecture|Second Empire]], and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included nine [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|5.6|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Brandreth Pill Factory
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bridge L-158[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bridge L-158
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= W of Goldens Bridge at Croton River, [[Goldens Bridge, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1883 and   1904
  | architect = Clark,Reeves & Co.; North River Construction Co.
  | architecture = [[Whipple through truss architecture|Whipple through truss]] and Other 
  | added = November 29, 1978
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 78001923 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bridge L-158 is a property in [[Goldens Bridge, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1978 .

The property is or was also known as Bridge L-158,New York and Mahopac Railroad.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1883 and   1904.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Clark,Reeves & Co.  and North River Construction Co..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Whipple through truss architecture|Whipple through truss]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bridge L-158 / Bridge L-158,New York and Mahopac Railroad
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bronx River Parkway Reservation[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bronx River Parkway Reservation
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Bronx River Pkwy. from jct. with Sprain Brook Rd. to and including Kensico Dam Plaza, [[Valhalla, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = January 11, 1991
  | area = {{convert|799|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 90002143 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bronx River Parkway Reservation is a {{convert|799|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Valhalla, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1991 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included four [[contributing buildings]], 000032 [[contributing structures]],  and two [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are three non-contributing buildings, seven non-contributing structures,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bronx River Parkway Reservation
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bronx River Parkway Reservation[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bronx River Parkway Reservation
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Bronx River Pkwy. from jct. with Sprain Brook Rd. to and including Kensico Dam Plaza, [[Bronxville, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = January 11, 1991
  | area = {{convert|799|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 90002143 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bronx River Parkway Reservation is a {{convert|799|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Bronxville, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1991 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included four [[contributing buildings]], 000032 [[contributing structures]],  and two [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are three non-contributing buildings, seven non-contributing structures,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bronx River Parkway Reservation
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bronxville Womens' Club[edit]

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What links to Bronxville Womens' Club

{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bronxville Womens' Club
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 135 Midland Ave., [[Bronxville, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1927 and   1928
  | architect = Stout, Penrose V.
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = October 3, 2007
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 07001041 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bronxville Womens' Club is a property in [[Bronxville, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2007 .

It was built or has other significance in   1927 and   1928.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Stout, Penrose V..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bronxville Womens' Club
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Bush-Lyon Homestead[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Bush-Lyon Homestead
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= John Lyon Park, King St., [[Port Chester, New York]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1720
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = April 22, 1982
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 82003412 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Bush-Lyon Homestead is a property in [[Port Chester, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in 1720.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included four [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Bush-Lyon Homestead
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Capitol Theater (Port Chester, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Capitol Theater
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  | location= 147-151 Westchester Ave., [[Port Chester, New York]]
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  | architect = Lamb,Thomas W.
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  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 84003426 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Capitol Theater is a property in [[Port Chester, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

It was built or has other significance in 1926.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Lamb,Thomas W..<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Capitol Theater
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Caramoor
  | nrhp_type = hd
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  | location= 149-181 Girdle Ridge Rd., [[Bedford, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1929 and   1939
  | architect = Rosborg, Christian F.
  | architecture = [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]], and [[Mediterranean Revival architecture|Mediterranean Revival]]   | added = May 25, 2001
  | area = {{convert|80.9|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 01000548 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Caramoor is a {{convert|80.9|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Bedford, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2001 .

The property is or was also known as Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1929 and   1939.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Rosborg, Christian F..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] and [[Mediterranean Revival architecture|Mediterranean Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included seven [[contributing buildings]], four [[contributing structures]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Caramoor / Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Carrie Chapman Catt House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Catt, Carrie Chapman, House
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  | location= 20 Ryder Rd., [[Briarcliff Manor, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | built = X 1910,   1919 and   1920
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|Bungalow/Craftsman]]
  | added = May 4, 2006
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 06000336 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Catt, Carrie Chapman, House is a property in [[Briarcliff Manor, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2006 .

The property is or was also known as Juniper Ledge.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in X 1910,   1919, and   1920.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Bungalow/Craftsman architecture|Bungalow/Craftsman]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building, one non-contributing structure,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Catt, Carrie Chapman, House / Juniper Ledge
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Chappaqua Railroad Depot and Depot Plaza[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Chappaqua Railroad Depot and Depot Plaza
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
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  | location= 200 South Greeley Ave, [[Chappaqua, New York]]
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  | built =   1901 and   1902
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = April 19, 1979
  | area = {{convert|2.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Greeley, Horace TR ]
  | refnum = 79003210 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Chappaqua Railroad Depot and Depot Plaza is a property in [[Chappaqua, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

It was built or has other significance in   1901 and   1902.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2.7|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Chappaqua Railroad Depot and Depot Plaza
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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<ref name=mps>{{cite web|url=http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf
|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Greeley, Horace TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Christ Episcopal Church (Tarrytown, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Christ Episcopal Church
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Broadway and Elizabeth Sts., [[Tarrytown, New York]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1836,   1875 and   1898
  | architect = Bird,James; Bird,Seth
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[English Gothic;Tudor architecture|English Gothic;Tudor]]   | added = April 23, 1987
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 87000658 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Christ Episcopal Church is a property in [[Tarrytown, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

It was built or has other significance in   1836,   1875, and   1898.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Bird,James  and Bird,Seth.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[English Gothic;Tudor architecture|English Gothic;Tudor]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]],  and one [[contributing object]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Christ Episcopal Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Church of Saint Mary the Virgin and Greeley Grove[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Church of Saint Mary the Virgin and Greeley Grove
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
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  | location= 191 South Greeley Ave., [[Chappaqua, New York]]
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  | built =   1904 and   1905
  | architect = O'Brien,Morgan M.
  | architecture = [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]]
  | added = April 19, 1979
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Greeley, Horace TR ]
  | refnum = 79003213 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Church of Saint Mary the Virgin and Greeley Grove is a property in [[Chappaqua, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

It was built or has other significance in   1904 and   1905.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by O'Brien,Morgan M..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Church of Saint Mary the Virgin and Greeley Grove
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Greeley, Horace TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Church of St. Barnabas[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Church of St. Barnabas
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  | location= 15 N Broadway, [[Irvington, New York]]
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1852,   1863 and   1899
  | architect = Renwick & Sands
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] and [[Late Gothic Revival architecture|Late Gothic Revival]] 
  | added = March 24, 2000
  | area = {{convert|2.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 00000241 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Church of St. Barnabas is a property in [[Irvington, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2000 .

It was built or has other significance in   1852,   1863, and   1899.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Renwick & Sands.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] and [[Late Gothic Revival architecture|Late Gothic Revival]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2.7|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Church of St. Barnabas
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea
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  | location= 2172 Saw Mill River Rd., [[Greenburgh, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1883 and   1901
  | architect = Upjohn, Richard Michell; Upjohn, Hobart
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]]
  | added = January 11, 2002
  | area = {{convert|3.6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 01001439 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea is a property in [[Greenburgh, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2002 .

The property is or was also known as Worthington Memorial Chapel.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1883 and   1901.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Upjohn, Richard Michell  and Upjohn, Hobart.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|3.6|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Church of St. Joseph of Arimathea / Worthington Memorial Chapel
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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John Copcutt Mansion[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Copcutt,John,Mansion
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 239 Nepperhan Ave., [[Yonkers, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1854
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Italian Villa architecture|Italian Villa]]
  | added = September 12, 1985
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85002283 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Copcutt,John,Mansion is a property in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

The property is or was also known as Saint Casimir's Rectory.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1854.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Italian Villa architecture|Italian Villa]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are three non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Copcutt,John,Mansion / Saint Casimir's Rectory
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Aaron Copland House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Copland, Aaron, House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 1538 Washington St., [[Cortlandt Manor, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1960
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Modern Movement architecture|Modern Movement]]
  | added = September 19, 2003
  | area = {{convert|2.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 03000245 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Copland, Aaron, House is a property in [[Cortlandt Manor, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2003 .

The property is or was also known as Rock Hill  or as Copeland House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1960.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Modern Movement architecture|Modern Movement]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Copland, Aaron, House / Rock Hill; Copeland House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Gerard Crane House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Crane, Gerard, House
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Old Croton Falls Rd., [[Somers, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1849
  | architect = Dickenson,J.W.; Waters,W.R.
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = September 5, 1985
  | area = {{convert|30|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001954 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Crane, Gerard, House is a {{convert|30|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Somers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It was built or has other significance in 1849.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Dickenson,J.W.  and Waters,W.R..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed, the district included five [[contributing buildings]], four [[contributing structures]],  and one [[contributing object]].<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Crane, Gerard, House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Jasper F. Cropsey House and Studio[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Cropsey, Jasper F., House and Studio
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 49 Washington Ave., [[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
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  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = C 1832 and C 1885
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [["Pointed style" architecture|"Pointed style"]] and Other 
  | added = May 17, 1973
  | area = {{convert|4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 73001287 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Cropsey, Jasper F., House and Studio is a property in [[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1973 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1832 and C 1885.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [["Pointed style" architecture|"Pointed style"]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Cropsey, Jasper F., House and Studio
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Old Croton Aqueduct[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Croton Aqueduct, Old
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= Runs N from Yonkers to New Croton Dam, [[Yonkers and, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1837 and   1842
  | architect = Jervis,John B.; Douglass,David
  | architecture = [[Enclosed aqueduct architecture|Enclosed aqueduct]] and Other 
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}}
Croton Aqueduct, Old is a property in [[Yonkers and, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1974 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Old Croton Dam, Site of;High Bridges Aqueduct;Water.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1837 and   1842.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Jervis,John B.  and Douglass,David.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Enclosed aqueduct architecture|Enclosed aqueduct]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|168|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Croton Aqueduct, Old / See Also:Old Croton Dam, Site of;High Bridges Aqueduct;Water
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Croton North Railroad Station[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Croton North Railroad Station
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Senasqua Rd., [[Croton-on-Hudson, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
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  | built = C 1890 and   1930
  | architect = New York Central Railroad
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = August 27, 1987
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 87001458 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Croton North Railroad Station is a property in [[Croton-on-Hudson, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1987 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1890 and   1930.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by New York Central Railroad.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and two [[contributing structures]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Croton North Railroad Station
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Davenport House (New Rochelle, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Davenport House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= 157 Davenport Rd., [[New Rochelle, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1859,   1871 and   1875
  | architect = Davis,A.J.; Multiple
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]]
  | added = April 30, 1980
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 80002791 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Davenport House is a property in [[New Rochelle, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1980 .

It was built or has other significance in   1859,   1871, and   1875.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Davis,A.J.  and Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Davenport House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Delavan Terrace Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Delavan Terrace Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Delavan Terr. and Palisade and Park Aves., [[Yonkers, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1854 and   1926
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] and [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] 
  | added = September 15, 1983
  | area = {{convert|4.2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 83001827 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Delavan Terrace Historic District is a {{convert|4.2|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was built or has other significance in   1854 and   1926.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals architecture|Late 19th and 20th Century Revivals]] and [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000012 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Delavan Terrace Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Downtown Ossining Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Downtown Ossining Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly along US 9, Main St., and Croton Ave., [[Ossining, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Renaissance architecture|Renaissance]], [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] 
  | added = August 9, 1989
  | area = {{convert|29|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private; Local;  
  | refnum = 88001827 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Downtown Ossining Historic District is a {{convert|29|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Ossining, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1989 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:First Baptist Church of Ossining;Old Croton Dam, Si.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Renaissance architecture|Renaissance]], [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000034 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 000014 non-contributing buildings, four non-contributing structures,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Downtown Ossining Historic District / See Also:First Baptist Church of Ossining;Old Croton Dam, Si
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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John W. Draper House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Draper, John W., House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 407 Broadway, [[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1840 and   1882
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = May 15, 1975
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 75001237 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Draper, John W., House is a property in [[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1975 .

The property is or was also known as Draper Park.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1840 and   1882.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Draper, John W., House / Draper Park
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Drum Hill High School[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Drum Hill High School
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Ringgold St., [[Peekskill, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1909 and   1911
  | architect = Joralemon,Edward E.
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]]
  | added = December 31, 1979
  | area = {{convert|4.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 79003797 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Drum Hill High School is a property in [[Peekskill, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

The property is or was also known as Drum Hill Senior Living Community.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1909 and   1911.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Joralemon,Edward E..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|4.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Drum Hill High School / Drum Hill Senior Living Community
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Dutch Reformed Church[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Dutch Reformed Church
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= N edge of Tarrytown on U.S. 9, [[Sleepy Hollow, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1697
  | architect = Philipse,Frederick
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]], [[Dutch Colonial architecture|Dutch Colonial]]   | added = October 15, 1966
  | area = {{convert|5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 66000581 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Dutch Reformed Church is a property in [[Sleepy Hollow, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1966 .

The property is or was also known as Sleepy Hollow Church.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1697.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Philipse,Frederick.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Dutch Colonial architecture|Dutch Colonial]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|5|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Dutch Reformed Church / Sleepy Hollow Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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East Irvington School[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = East Irvington School
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Taxter Rd., [[East Irvington, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1891 and   1925
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = October 6, 1983
  | area = {{convert|1.7|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 83004216 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
East Irvington School is a property in [[East Irvington, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was built or has other significance in   1891 and   1925.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.7|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: East Irvington School
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Edgewood House (Pelham Manor, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Edgewood House
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  | location= 908 Edgewood Ave., [[Pelham Manor, New York]]
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  | added = June 26, 1986
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 86001388 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Edgewood House is a property in [[Pelham Manor, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

The property is or was also known as Mrs. Hazen's School;Pelham Hall.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1893 and   1915.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Edgewood House / Mrs. Hazen's School;Pelham Hall
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Elephant Hotel[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Elephant Hotel
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  | location= 335 Route 202, [[Somers, New York]]
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  | added = April 5, 2005
  | area =
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 05000462 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Elephant Hotel is a property in [[Somers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2005 .

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing object]].<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Elephant Hotel
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 30 S. Central Ave., [[Elmsford, New York]]
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  | architect =  
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  | added = September 15, 1983
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 83001828 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery is a property in [[Elmsford, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was built or has other significance in 1793.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Elmsford Reformed Church and Cemetery
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Estherwood and Carriage House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Estherwood and Carriage House
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  | location= Clinton Ave., [[Dobbs Ferry, New York]]
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  | architect = Buchman & Deisler
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  | added = November 20, 1979
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  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 79001646 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Estherwood and Carriage House is a property in [[Dobbs Ferry, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

It was built or has other significance in   1894 and   1895.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Buchman & Deisler.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Renaissance architecture|Renaissance]], [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]], [[French Chateauesque architecture|French Chateauesque]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|10|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Estherwood and Carriage House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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First Baptist Church and Rectory[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = First Baptist Church and Rectory
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  | location= 56 S. Broadway, [[Tarrytown, New York]]
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  | architect = Sturgis,Russell; O'Connor,P. & Fowler,E.V.
  | architecture = [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]]
  | added = July 21, 1983
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 83001829 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
First Baptist Church and Rectory is a property in [[Tarrytown, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was built or has other significance in   1875,   1876, and   1896.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Sturgis,Russell  and O'Connor,P. & Fowler,E.V..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: First Baptist Church and Rectory
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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First Baptist Church of Ossining[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = First Baptist Church of Ossining
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  | location= S. Highland Ave. and Main St., [[Ossining, New York]]
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  | governing_body = Private
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}}
First Baptist Church of Ossining is a property in [[Ossining, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1973 .

The property is or was also known as See Also:Downtown Ossining Historic District.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in 1874.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic architecture|Gothic]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: First Baptist Church of Ossining / See Also:Downtown Ossining Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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First Presbyterian Church and Lewis Pintard House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = First Presbyterian Church and Pintard, Lewis, House
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  | location= Pintard Ave., [[New Rochelle, New York]]
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  | built = C 1710 and   1928
  | architect = Pope,John Russell
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = September 7, 1979
  | area = {{convert|3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 79001648 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
First Presbyterian Church and Pintard, Lewis, House is a property in [[New Rochelle, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1710 and   1928.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Pope,John Russell.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|3|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: First Presbyterian Church and Pintard, Lewis, House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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First United Methodist Church (Mount Vernon, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = First United Methodist Church
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  | location= 226 E. Lincoln Ave., [[Mount Vernon, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1900 and   1901
  | architect = Kramer, George W.
  | architecture = [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]]
  | added = January 7, 2000
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 99001656 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
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First United Methodist Church is a property in [[Mount Vernon, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2000 .

The property is or was also known as Chester Hill Methodist Episcopal Church.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1900 and   1901.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Kramer, George W..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: First United Methodist Church / Chester Hill Methodist Episcopal Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Ethan Flagg House-Blessed Sacrament Monastery[edit]

NRIS name is actually: Flagg, Ethan, House--Blessed Sacrament Monastery

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Flagg, Ethan, House-Blessed Sacrament Monastery
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  | location= 23 Park Ave., [[Yonkers, New York]]
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  | architect = Stewart, J and G; Clermont, John B.
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Flagg, Ethan, House-Blessed Sacrament Monastery is a property in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1998 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1855 and   1922.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Stewart, J and G  and Clermont, John B..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Neo-Romanesque architecture|Neo-Romanesque]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.6|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Flagg, Ethan, House-Blessed Sacrament Monastery
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Ford Administration Building[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Ford Administration Building
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  | location= 1031 Elm St., [[Peekskill, New York]]
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  | architect = Moore, Frank A.
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]]
  | added = April 12, 2006
  | area = {{convert|2.2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 06000258 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Ford Administration Building is a property in [[Peekskill, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2006 .

It was built or has other significance in 1925.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Moore, Frank A..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|2.2|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Ford Administration Building
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Foster Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Foster Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church
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  | location= 90 Wildey St., [[Tarrytown, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1865
  | architect = Bird,James
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = June 3, 1982
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003414 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Foster Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church is a property in [[Tarrytown, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in 1865.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Bird,James.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Foster Memorial A.M.E. Zion Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Leo Friedlander Studio[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Friedlander, Leo, Studio
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 825 W. Hartsdale Rd., [[White Plains, New York]]
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  | built = 1908
  | architect = Bertelli,Roman Bronze Company
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]]
  | added = July 29, 1982
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003416 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Friedlander, Leo, Studio is a property in [[White Plains, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in 1908.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Bertelli,Roman Bronze Company.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Friedlander, Leo, Studio
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Good Counsel Complex[edit]

Try also Convent of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion;See Also:Map (oth1 alternative name)

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Good Counsel Complex
  | nrhp_type = hd
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  | caption = 
  | location= 52 N. Broadway, [[White Plains, New York]]
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1856,   1867 and   1891
  | architect = O'Conner, Lawrence
  | architecture = [[Mission/Spanish Revival architecture|Mission/Spanish Revival]] and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] 
  | added = April 25, 1997
  | area = {{convert|13|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 97000358 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Good Counsel Complex is a {{convert|13|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[White Plains, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1997 .

The property is or was also known as Convent of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion;See Also:Map.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1856,   1867, and   1891.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by O'Conner, Lawrence.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Mission/Spanish Revival architecture|Mission/Spanish Revival]] and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000010 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are two non-contributing buildings, one non-contributing structure,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Good Counsel Complex / Convent of the Sisters of the Divine Compassion;See Also:Map
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Percy Grainger Home and Studio[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Grainger, Percy, Home and Studio
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  | location= 7 Cromwell Pl., [[White Plains, New York]]
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  | built = 1893
  | architect = Cromwell,David
  | architecture = [[Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements architecture|Late 19th and Early 20th Century American Movements]], [[American Foursquare architecture|American Foursquare]]   | added = April 8, 1993
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 93000234 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Grainger, Percy, Home and Studio is a property in [[White Plains, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1993 .

It was built or has other significance in 1893.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Cromwell,David.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[American Foursquare architecture|American Foursquare]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Grainger, Percy, Home and Studio
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Greeley House (Chappaqua, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Greeley House
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  | location= 100 King St., [[Chappaqua, New York]]
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  | built =   1864 and   1872
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = April 19, 1979
  | area = {{convert|0.3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | mpsub = [http://pdfhost.focus.nps.gov/docs/NRHP/Text/___.pdf Greeley, Horace TR ]
  | refnum = 79003212 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
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Greeley House is a property in [[Chappaqua, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1979 .

It was built or has other significance in   1864 and   1872.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Greeley House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>


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The property was covered in a study of Greeley, Horace TR
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|title=National Register of Historic Places Multiple Property Submission: Greeley, Horace TR
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[National Park Service]]}}</ref>


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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Hadden-Margolis House[edit]

NRIS name is actually: Hadden--Margolis House

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hadden-Margolis House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 61 Winfield Ln., [[Harrison, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = C 1750, C 1850 and C 1925
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] 
  | added = March 7, 2008
  | area = {{convert|1.2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 08000146 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
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Hadden-Margolis House is a property in [[Harrison, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2008 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1750, C 1850, and C 1925.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] and [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building, one non-contributing structure,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1.2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hadden-Margolis House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Halcyon Place Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Halcyon Place Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
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  | caption = 
  | location= Halcyon Pl., [[Yonkers, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Multiple
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and [[Mission/Spanish Revival architecture|Mission/Spanish Revival]] 
  | added = January 11, 1991
  | area = {{convert|1.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 90002145 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Halcyon Place Historic District is a {{convert|1.5|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1991 .

It was designed and/or built by Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], and [[Mission/Spanish Revival architecture|Mission/Spanish Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000012 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are four non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Halcyon Place Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Hammond House (Hawthorne, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hammond House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= S of Hawthorne on Grasslands Rd., [[Hawthorne, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = c.1720
  | architect = Hammond,William
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = May 6, 1980
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 80002790 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hammond House is a property in [[Hawthorne, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1980 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1720.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Hammond,William.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hammond House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Edward Harden Mansion[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Harden, Edward, Mansion
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 200 North Broadway, [[Sleepy Hollow, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =  
  | architect = Hunt & Hunt
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]]
  | added = January 16, 2004
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 03001401 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Harden, Edward, Mansion is a property in [[Sleepy Hollow, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2004 .

The property is or was also known as Broad Oaks.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Hunt & Hunt.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Harden, Edward, Mansion / Broad Oaks
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Eleazer Hart House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hart, Eleazer, House
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= 243 Bronxville Rd., [[Yonkers, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1783 and   1788
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = July 29, 1982
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 82003417 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hart, Eleazer, House is a property in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in   1783 and   1788.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hart, Eleazer, House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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John A. Hartford House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hartford, John A., House
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  | location= SW of Valhalla on NY 100, [[Valhalla, New York]]
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  | lat_minutes = 
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1930 and   1951
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]]
  | added = December 22, 1977
  | area = {{convert|10|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 77000987 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hartford, John A., House is a property in [[Valhalla, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1977 .

The property is or was also known as Hartford Hall.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1930 and   1951.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|10|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hartford, John A., House / Hartford Hall
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Hastings Prototype House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hastings Prototype House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 546 Farragut Pkwy., [[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1936
  | architect = Horn,Charles; Gelbman,Louis
  | architecture = [[Moderne architecture|Moderne]]
  | added = December 19, 1991
  | area = {{convert|0.4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 91001873 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hastings Prototype House is a property in [[Hastings-on-Hudson, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1991 .

It was built or has other significance in 1936.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Horn,Charles  and Gelbman,Louis.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Moderne architecture|Moderne]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|0.4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hastings Prototype House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Widow Haviland's Tavern[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Haviland's, Widow, Tavern
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  | governing_body = Local
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Haviland's, Widow, Tavern is a property in [[Rye, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1974 .

The property is or was also known as Square House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance as of c.1760.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Haviland's, Widow, Tavern / Square House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Highland Cottage[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Highland Cottage
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  | location= 36 S. Highland Ave., [[Ossining, New York]]
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}}
Highland Cottage is a property in [[Ossining, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

When listed the property included.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Highland Cottage
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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The Homestead (Waccabuc, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Homestead, The
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  | location= 36 Mead St., [[Waccabuc, New York]]
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  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Federal architecture|Federal]]
  | added = March 29, 2001
  | area = {{convert|6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 01000294 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Homestead, The is a property in [[Waccabuc, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2001 .

It was built or has other significance as of x.1820.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Federal architecture|Federal]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included five [[contributing buildings]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|6|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Homestead, The
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Caleb Hyatt House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hyatt, Caleb, House
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  | location= 937 White Plains Post Rd., [[Scarsdale, New York]]
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  | built = C 1734, C 1754 and C 1836
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = January 22, 1973
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 73001291 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hyatt, Caleb, House is a property in [[Scarsdale, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1973 .

The property is or was also known as Cudner-Hyatt House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1734, C 1754, and C 1836.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included three [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of less than {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hyatt, Caleb, House / Cudner-Hyatt House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Hyatt-Livingston House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Hyatt-Livingston House
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  | location= 152 Broadway, [[Dobbs Ferry, New York]]
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  | area = {{convert|3|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 72000917 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Hyatt-Livingston House is a property in [[Dobbs Ferry, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1698,   1781, and   1810.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|3|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Hyatt-Livingston House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Washington Irving High School (Tarrytown, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Irving, Washington, High School
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  | location= 18 N. Broadway, [[Tarrytown, New York]]
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  | built = 1898
  | architect = Manning,A. J.
  | architecture = [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]], [[Elizabethan Revival architecture|Elizabethan Revival]]   | added = April 26, 1984
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 84003437 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Irving, Washington, High School is a property in [[Tarrytown, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

It was built or has other significance in 1898.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Manning,A. J..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Elizabethan Revival architecture|Elizabethan Revival]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  one [[contributing site]], and one [[contributing object]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Irving, Washington, High School
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Irvington Town Hall[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Irvington Town Hall
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 85 Main St., [[Irvington, New York]]
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  | architect = Manning,A. J.
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = November 1, 1984
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 84000205 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Irvington Town Hall is a property in [[Irvington, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

It was built or has other significance in   1901 and   1902.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Manning,A. J..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Irvington Town Hall
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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John Jay Homestead[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Jay, John, Homestead
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  | location= Jay St., [[Katonah, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1801 and   1829
  | architect = Cooley,John; Winian,Moses
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = July 24, 1972
  | area = {{convert|58.9|acre}}
  | governing_body = State
  | refnum = 72000918 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Jay, John, Homestead is a property in [[Katonah, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1972 .

The property is or was also known as Bedford House.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1801 and   1829.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Cooley,John  and Winian,Moses.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included five [[contributing buildings]],  and two [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 000017 non-contributing buildings, six non-contributing sites,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|58.9|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Jay, John, Homestead / Bedford House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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John Jones Homestead[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Jones, John, Homestead
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= Oregon Rd. and Durrin Ave., [[Van Cortlandtville, New York]]
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  | built =  
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]]
  | added = May 25, 1989
  | area = {{convert|2.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 89000462 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Jones, John, Homestead is a property in [[Van Cortlandtville, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1989 .

It includes [[Colonial architecture|Colonial]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|2.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Jones, John, Homestead
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Jug Tavern[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Jug Tavern
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Revolutionary Rd. and Rockledge Ave., [[Ossining, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | long_seconds = 
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = c.1780
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = June 7, 1976
  | area = {{convert|0.4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 76001293 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Jug Tavern is a property in [[Ossining, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1780.<ref name=nris/>

The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.4|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Jug Tavern
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Katonah Village Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Katonah Village Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Parkway, Valleyedge, Edgemont and Bedford Rds., [[Katonah, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1895 and   1928
  | architect = Olmsted,B.S.; Olmsted,G.S.
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]] 
  | added = September 15, 1983
  | area = {{convert|18|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local; Private
  | refnum = 83001830 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Katonah Village Historic District is a {{convert|18|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Katonah, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1983 .

It was built or has other significance in   1895 and   1928.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Olmsted,B.S.  and Olmsted,G.S..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]] and [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000038 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Katonah Village Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Timothy Knapp House and Milton Cemetery[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Knapp, Timothy, House and Milton Cemetery
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 265 Rye Beach Ave. and Milton Rd., [[Rye, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1670 and   1750
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = June 14, 1982
  | area = {{convert|1.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private; Local
  | refnum = 82003413 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Knapp, Timothy, House and Milton Cemetery is a {{convert|1.5|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Rye, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1982 .

It was built or has other significance in   1670 and   1750.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Knapp, Timothy, House and Milton Cemetery
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Knickerbocker Press Building[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Knickerbocker Press Building
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 50-52 Webster Ave., [[New Rochelle, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = C 1891, C 1892 and   1914
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = May 11, 2000
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 00000487 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Knickerbocker Press Building is a property in [[New Rochelle, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2000 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1891, C 1892, and   1914.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Knickerbocker Press Building
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Lawrence Park Historic District[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lawrence Park Historic District
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Roughly bounded by Side Hill, Prescott, Kensington, Garden and Chestnut Ave.,Maidens Ln, Valley and Pondfield Rds., [[Bronxville, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1891 and C 1950
  | architect = Bates,William A.; Multiple
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]], [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], and [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]] 
  | added = January 23, 1980
  | area = {{convert|20|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 80002788 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lawrence Park Historic District is a {{convert|20|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Bronxville, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1980 .

It was built or has other significance in   1891 and C 1950.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Bates,William A.  and Multiple.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]], [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]], and [[Tudor Revival architecture|Tudor Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included 000094 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are four non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lawrence Park Historic District
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Leland Castle[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Leland Castle
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 29 Castle Pl., [[New Rochelle, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1855,   1859 and   1899
  | architect = Beers,William Thomas
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]]
  | added = August 27, 1976
  | area = {{convert|2.6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 76001291 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Leland Castle is a property in [[New Rochelle, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

The property is or was also known as Castleview.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1855,   1859, and   1899.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Beers,William Thomas.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|2.6|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Leland Castle / Castleview
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Life Savers Building[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Life Savers Building
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | location= N. Main St., [[Port Chester, New York]]
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  | built = 1920
  | architect = Lockwood,Greene & Co.
  | architecture = [[Chicago architecture|Chicago]]
  | added = July 11, 1985
  | area = {{convert|2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 85001496 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Life Savers Building is a property in [[Port Chester, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1985 .

It was built or has other significance in 1920.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Lockwood,Greene & Co..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Chicago architecture|Chicago]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|2|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Life Savers Building
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Lispenard-Rodman-Davenport House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lispenard-Rodman-Davenport House
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  | location= 180 Davenport Ave., [[New Rochelle, New York]]
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = C 1700 and C 1865
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Late Victorian architecture|Late Victorian]], [[Picturesque architecture|Picturesque]]   | added = September 22, 1986
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 86002637 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lispenard-Rodman-Davenport House is a property in [[New Rochelle, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1986 .

It was built or has other significance in C 1700 and C 1865.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Picturesque architecture|Picturesque]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are two non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lispenard-Rodman-Davenport House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Lord and Burnham Building[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lord and Burnham Building
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 2 Main St., [[Irvington, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = x.1881
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]]
  | added = February 12, 1999
  | area = {{convert|0.8|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 99000193 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lord and Burnham Building is a property in [[Irvington, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1999 .

It was built or has other significance as of x.1881.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Queen Anne architecture|Queen Anne]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|0.8|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lord and Burnham Building
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Lyndhurst (Jay Gould Estate)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Lyndhurst
  | nrhp_type = 
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  | caption = 
  | location= 635 S. Broadway, [[Tarrytown, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1838,   1864 and   1892
  | architect = Davis,Alexander Jackson
  | architecture = [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]]
  | added = November 13, 1966
  | area = {{convert|70|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 66000582 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Lyndhurst is a property in [[Tarrytown, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1966 .

The property is or was also known as Jay Gould Estate.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1838,   1864, and   1892.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Davis,Alexander Jackson.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included 000011 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|70|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Lyndhurst / Jay Gould Estate
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Mamaroneck Methodist Church[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mamaroneck Methodist Church
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 514 Boston Post Rd., [[Mamaroneck, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1859,   1869 and   1898
  | architect = Carreja,Mr.; Gedney,Solomon
  | architecture = [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]] 
  | added = October 2, 1992
  | area = {{convert|1.6|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 92001304 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mamaroneck Methodist Church is a {{convert|1.6|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Mamaroneck, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1992 .

It was built or has other significance in   1859,   1869, and   1898.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Carreja,Mr.  and Gedney,Solomon.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Classical Revival architecture|Classical Revival]] and [[Gothic Revival architecture|Gothic Revival]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed, the district included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mamaroneck Methodist Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Richard H. Mandel House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mandel, Richard H., House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 323 Haines Rd., [[Bedford Hills, New York]]
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  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1935
  | architect = Stone, Edward Durell; Deskey, Donald
  | architecture = [[International Style architecture|International Style]]
  | added = March 1, 1996
  | area = {{convert|16.9|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 96000176 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mandel, Richard H., House is a property in [[Bedford Hills, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1996 .

It was built or has other significance in 1935.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Stone, Edward Durell  and Deskey, Donald.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[International Style architecture|International Style]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|16.9|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mandel, Richard H., House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Mapleton (White Plains, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mapleton
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 52 N. Broadway, [[White Plains, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = c.1867
  | architect = Unknown
  | architecture = [[Second Empire architecture|Second Empire]] and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]] 
  | added = September 28, 1976
  | area = {{convert|1.2|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 76001295 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mapleton is a property in [[White Plains, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

The property is or was also known as Alumnae House,College of Whie Plains.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance as of c.1867.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Second Empire architecture|Second Empire]] and [[Italianate architecture|Italianate]], and architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]], and one [[contributing structure]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1.2|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mapleton / Alumnae House,College of Whie Plains
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



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Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Marble Schoolhouse[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Marble Schoolhouse
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 388 California Rd., [[Eastchester, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1835 and   1869
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = July 6, 2005
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 05000663 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Marble Schoolhouse is a property in [[Eastchester, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2005 .

It was built or has other significance in   1835 and   1869.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Marble Schoolhouse
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Masterton-Dusenberry House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Masterton-Dusenberry House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 90 White Plains Rd., [[Bronxville, New York]]
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  | built = c.1830
  | architect = Masterton,Alexander
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = April 16, 1980
  | area = {{convert|0.8|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 80002789 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Masterton-Dusenberry House is a property in [[Bronxville, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1980 .

It was built or has other significance as of c.1830.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Masterton,Alexander.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|0.8|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Masterton-Dusenberry House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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McVickar House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = McVickar House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 131 Main St., [[Irvington, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built = 1853
  | architect =  
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]]
  | added = January 14, 2004
  | area = less than {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 03001398 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
McVickar House is a property in [[Irvington, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2004 .

It was built or has other significance in 1853.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of less than one acre with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: McVickar House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Mead Memorial Chapel[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mead Memorial Chapel
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 2 Chapel Rd., [[Lewisboro, New York]]
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1905,   1907 and   1929
  | architect = Upjohn, Hobart B.
  | architecture = [[Late Gothic Revival architecture|Late Gothic Revival]]
  | added = November 30, 1999
  | area = {{convert|1.1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 99001443 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mead Memorial Chapel is a property in [[Lewisboro, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1999 .

It was built or has other significance in   1905,   1907, and   1929.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Upjohn, Hobart B..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Late Gothic Revival architecture|Late Gothic Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
The listing was for an area of {{convert|1.1|acre}} with just one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mead Memorial Chapel
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Merestead[edit]

Try also Sloane Estate (oth1 alternative name)

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Merestead
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Byram Lake Rd., [[Mount Kisco, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built = C 1850 and C 1907
  | architect = Delano & Aldrich
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = September 27, 1984
  | area = {{convert|136|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 84003431 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Merestead is a property in [[Mount Kisco, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1984 .

The property is or was also known as Sloane Estate.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in C 1850 and C 1907.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Delano & Aldrich.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included 000013 [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|136|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Merestead / Sloane Estate
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Elijah Miller House[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Miller House
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Virginia Rd., [[North White Plains, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
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  | lat_direction = N
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  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1738,   1770 and   1776
  | architect = Miller,Elijah
  | architecture = No style listed
  | added = September 29, 1976
  | area = {{convert|1|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 76001292 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Miller House is a property in [[North White Plains, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1976 .

It was built or has other significance in   1738,   1770, and   1776.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Miller,Elijah.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Miller House
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Mott Mill[edit]

Try also 11-23 Casimir Avenue (oth1 alternative name)

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mott Mill
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 11-23 St. Casimir Ave., [[Yonkers, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1852,   1906 and   1954
  | architect = Mott, William P.; Ferro Concrete Company
  | architecture = [[Industrial architecture|Industrial]] and Other 
  | added = January 28, 2004
  | area = {{convert|1.5|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 03001519 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mott Mill is a property in [[Yonkers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 2004 .

The property is or was also known as 11-23 Casimir Avenue.<ref name=nris/>

It was built or has other significance in   1852,   1906, and   1954.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Mott, William P.  and Ferro Concrete Company.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Industrial architecture|Industrial]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1.5|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mott Mill / 11-23 Casimir Avenue
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Mount Florence[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mount Florence
  | nrhp_type = 
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= Maple Ave., [[Peekskill, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1874 and   1938
  | architect = Murphy,Frank J.
  | architecture = [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]]
  | listed = January 28, 1988 <- date of something perhaps not listing
  | area = {{convert|125|acre}}
  | governing_body = Private
  | refnum = 88000168 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mount Florence is or was a property in [[Peekskill, New York]] that had a status change in the [[National Register of Historic Places]] NRIS database in 1988 .

It was built or has other significance in   1874 and   1938.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Murphy,Frank J..<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Romanesque architecture|Romanesque]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed the property included seven [[contributing buildings]],  and two [[contributing sites]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are 000024 non-contributing buildings,.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|125|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mount Florence
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is DR, which means DATE RECEIVED/PENDING NOMINATION.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

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Mount Kisco Municipal Complex[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mount Kisco Municipal Complex
  | nrhp_type = hd
  | image   = 
  | caption = 
  | location= 100-120 Main St., [[Mount Kisco, New York]]
  | lat_degrees = 
  | lat_minutes = 
  | lat_seconds = 
  | lat_direction = N
  | long_degrees = 
  | long_minutes = 
  | long_seconds = 
  | long_direction = W
  | coord_display = inline,title
  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1932 and   1936
  | architect = Schmidt, Mott B.; O'Brien & Klikel
  | architecture = [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]]
  | added = March 9, 1997
  | area = {{convert|0|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
  | refnum = 97000116 <ref name=nris>{{NRISref|version=2009a}}</ref>
}}
Mount Kisco Municipal Complex is a {{convert|0|acre|adj=on}} [[Historic district (United States)|historic district]] in [[Mount Kisco, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1997 .

It was built or has other significance in   1932 and   1936.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Schmidt, Mott B.  and O'Brien & Klikel.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Colonial Revival architecture|Colonial Revival]] architecture.<ref name=nris/>
When listed, the district included two [[contributing buildings]].<ref name=nris/>
Also included are one non-contributing building,.<ref name=nris/>


The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mount Kisco Municipal Complex
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

==References==
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{{National Register of Historic Places in New York}}

[[Category:National Register of Historic Places in New York]]
[[Category:Westchester County, New York]]
[[Category:Colonial Revival architecture in New York]]
[[Category:Historic districts in New York]]
[[Category:1932 architecture]]


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Mount Zion Methodist Church (Somers, New York)[edit]

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{{Infobox nrhp | name = Mt. Zion Methodist Church
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  | location= Primrose St. S of Reis Park, [[Somers, New York]]
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  | locmapin = New York
  | built =   1794, C 1860 and   1897
  | architect = Wright,Micajah
  | architecture = [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Vernacular Federal architecture|Vernacular Federal]], and Other
  | added = May 10, 1990
  | area = {{convert|1.4|acre}}
  | governing_body = Local
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Mt. Zion Methodist Church is a property in [[Somers, New York]] that was listed on the [[National Register of Historic Places]] in 1990 .

It was built or has other significance in   1794, C 1860, and   1897.<ref name=nris/>

It was designed and/or built by Wright,Micajah.<ref name=nris/>

It includes [[Greek Revival architecture|Greek Revival]], [[Federal architecture|Federal]], [[Vernacular Federal architecture|Vernacular Federal]] and other architecture.<ref name=nris/>

When listed the property included one [[contributing building]],  and one [[contributing site]].<ref name=nris/>

The listing is for an area of {{convert|1.4|acre}}.<ref name=nris/>

The listing is described in its NRHP nomination document.<ref name=nrhpnynom>{{cite web|url=http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__
|title=NRHP Inventory-Nomination: Mt. Zion Methodist Church
|author=____ |date=, 19 |publisher=[[New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation]]}} and 
[http://www.oprhp.state.ny.us/hpimaging/hp_view.asp?GroupView=__ ‘‘Accompanying ____ photos, exterior and interior, from 19___ (see photo captions page __ of text document)’‘]</ref>



Temporary notes:
Its listing status is LI, which means LISTED in the National Register.<ref name=nris/>
County information for this entry is: C  (county type) NY0119  (code) Westchester (county name).

==References==
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[[Category:Greek Revival architecture in New York]]
[[Category:Federal architecture in New York]]
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Music Hall[edit]

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