A Victorian Easter at St. Paul's
St. Paul's Church, Rectory, and Hall, c. 1882
St. Paul's Church, 11 July 1886
St. Paul's Rectory, 1886
St. Paul's Church, after 1886
St. Paul's Hall in winter, c. 1888
At 11:30 yesterday morning [29 August 1889]
in St. Paul's Church in this village, Miss Elizabeth M. Linsenbarth of
this village was married to Mr. John H. Claxton of Yonkers, NY.
There were no bridesmaids. Messrs. Frederick E. and Henry F.
Linsenbarth were ushers. The bride was given away by Mr. Frederick
E. Linsenbarth, the bride's brother.
She wore a traveling costume of brown satin trimmed
with forget-me-not lace, with hat to match. She carried a
bouquet of China Asters and wore a corsage of white lilies. The Rev.
M.L. Wooley performed the ceremony and Miss Lizzie Lambert played the
The church was beautifully decorated with flowers, the
loving work of the bride's many friends and former schoolmates with whom
she was a universal favorite. Directly after the ceremony the happy
couple left for their future home in Yonkers, amid a shower of rice and
well wishes for their future happiness.
Faculty and students of St. Paul's Hall, c. 1892
"Harvest Festival" (c. 1890)
The first Bishop of Albany, The Right Reverend William Croswell Doane,
and his St. Bernard Cluny
St. Paul's Church, after 1900
St. Paul's Church and Rectory, after 1900
Audubon House (center), St. Paul's Church, and Rectory, c. 1900
Interior of St. Paul's Church, c. 1910
Fire at St. Paul's, February 11, 1912
More photos in the St. Paul's Hall catalogue
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