Aerial View
Title:
Aerial View
Schuylerville New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
In the upper valley of the Hudson River. "Old Saratoga" of Revolutionary War days, the famous Battle of Saratoga was fought nearby. Incorporated in 1831, the village was named for its famous citizen General Philip Schuyler whose 1777 home is still standing.


Schuylerville Yacht Basin
Title:
Schuylerville Yacht Basin
Schuylerville New York (NY), Chrome unused



Saratoga Monument
Title:
Saratoga Monument
Schuylerville New York (NY), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Finest of its Kind in the World


Site of the Surrender Tree
Title:
Site of the Surrender Tree
Schuylerville New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Under the tree on October 17th, 1777, the British army laid down their arms. The spot is marked by a tablet. East side of Lower Broadway.



Marshall House
Title:
Marshall House
Schuylerville New York (NY), White Border unused


Fish Creek Rapids
Title:
Fish Creek Rapids
Schuylerville New York (NY), Divided Back

Description:
Schuyler Mansion in distance.



Hotel Schuyler
Title:
Hotel Schuyler
Schuylerville New York (NY), Linen unused


Site of Surrender Tree, Oct. 17, 1777
Title:
Site of Surrender Tree, Oct. 17, 1777
Schuylerville New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Near this tree, on October 16, 1777, the British army laid down their arms. The spot is marked by a tablet. East side of Lower Broadway



Saratoga Battle Monument
Title:
Saratoga Battle Monument
Schuylerville New York (NY), White Border PM 1929 Oct-22

Description:
Erected by the Saratoga Monument Association to commemorate the surrender of Burgoyne's Army to the Americans, October 17, 1777, the close of one of the fifteen decisive battles of the world. It stands on teh site of Burgoyne's fortified camp on the hill overlooking the place of his surrender. The corner stone was laid with civic and military ceremonies, October 17, 1877, and completed in June 1883. Height, 154 feet; base, 40 feet square; 190 steps lead up to the last windows, which command an enchanting view of from ten to thirty miles in all directions


The Marshal House
Title:
The Marshal House
Schuylerville New York (NY), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Jul-31

Description:
The marshal House where Baroness Riedesel and her children took refuge in the cellar, while eleven cannon balls crashed through the house



Schuyler Mansion, Headquarter of Burgoyne
Title:
Schuyler Mansion, Headquarter of Burgoyne
Schuylerville New York (NY), Linen unused


Surrender of Burgoyne, October 17th, 1777
Title:
Surrender of Burgoyne, October 17th, 1777
Schuylerville New York (NY), Linen unused



Saratoga Monument
Title:
Saratoga Monument
Schuylerville New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Gov Dix's Home
Title:
Gov Dix's Home
Schuylerville New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-23

Description:
"Pine Needles".



Saratoga Battle Monument, U. S. Route 40
Title:
Saratoga Battle Monument, U. S. Route 40
Schuylerville New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
This 155 foot shaft, erected in 1877-1883, commemorates General Burgoyne's surrender to the Patriot army, Oct. 17, 1777. Early authentic records place the cost near $70,000. This view is of the south side which faces toward the actual battle area some 8 miles distant.


Schuylerville Monument
Title:
Schuylerville Monument
Schuylerville New York (NY), White Border unused

Description:
Scene Of the battle of Saratoga 1777



Episcopal Church
Title:
Episcopal Church
Schuylerville New York (NY), Divided Back unused


Roman Catholic Church Of The Visitation
Title:
Roman Catholic Church Of The Visitation
Schuylerville New York (NY), Chrome unused

Description:
(OLD SAROTOGA)ERECTED 1871





Total: 18 Items