Apthorp

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Apthorp Farm - History
... Charles Ward Apthorp (d ... Apthorp's house faced the Hudson River, whose far shore and the Hudson Palisades were visible from its elevated position ... One such book owned by Charles Ward Apthorp is known, for he inscribed his name and the date 1759 in a copy of a translation of Sébastien Leclerc's ...
Apthorp Farm
... The Apthorp Farm that lay on Manhattan's Upper West Side straddled the old Bloomingdale Road, laid out in 1728, which was re-surveyed as The "Boulevard" – now Upper ... the eventual heirs of the Loyalist Charles Ward Apthorp and purchasers of parcels of real estate held in abeyance the speculative development of the area between ...
Sarah Wentworth Apthorp Morton
... Sarah Wentworth Apthorp Morton (1759 – May 14, 1846) was an American poet ... was born in Boston to a successful merchant family (descended from Charles Apthorp) ...
Robert Feke - Works
... Charles Apthorp, Portrait 1748, oil on canvas, Cleveland Museum of Art American Grizzell Eastwick Apthorp, Portrait (Mrs ... Charles Apthorp) (1748) at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco Mrs ...
Apthorp Farm - The Apthorp
... The Apthorp, the grand apartment block that commemorates Apthorp's name, was built in 1908 on the site of a house built in 1759 by Apthorp and sold in 1767 to James McEvers, with its "houses ... Cornelius) Van den Heuvel following her death in 1792 he became Apthorp's son-in-law ... House" A large parcel of the southern part of the Apthorp farm extending north to 89th Street, was purchased in 1860 by the real estate magnate William B ...