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Old 09-29-2009, 07:14 PM   #1
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SLEEPY HOLLOW NY PART II pics

some real nice places to see in sleepy hollow, the lyndurst castle, the old dutch cemetery and the union church built by rockerfeller and featuring stained glass windows by matesse and chagall









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New York state certainly has some diverse and lovely areas. I noticed one of the photos shows a... crypt?...Name is "Olmsted". I'm wondering if this is Frederick Law Olmsted, the Central Park planner?
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very nice...
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New York state certainly has some diverse and lovely areas. I noticed one of the photos shows a... crypt?...Name is "Olmsted". I'm wondering if this is Frederick Law Olmsted, the Central Park planner?

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Not according to findagrave.

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interesting, it must be a family member but not himself then. the place is filled with celebreties,.

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