Van Buren's Lindenwald, Kinderhook Photos

Martin Van Buren's Home Lindenwald in Kinderhook, New York started as a Georgian house built 1797 that was expanded in the Italianate style in 1849-50 by architect Richard Upjohn. Lindenwald is run by the National Park Service. Van Buren served as eighth president 1837-1841 & lived from 1782 to 1862.

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Martin Van Buren portrait by George P.A. Healy at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Relief carving of President Martin Van Buren in New York State Capitol. Albany, NY.Graphic of President Martin Van Buren by D.W. Kellogg & Co. Gettysburg, PA.Lindenwald home of President Martin Van Buren. Kinderhook, NY.
Martin Van Buren portrait (1864) by George P.A. Healy at National Portrait Gallery. Washington, DC.Relief carving of President Martin Van Buren in New York State Capitol. Albany, NY.Graphic of President Martin Van Buren by D.W. Kellogg & Co. Gettysburg, PA.Lindenwald (1797 expanded 1849-50) home of President Martin Van Buren. Kinderhook, NY. Style: Georgian & Italianate & Gothic Revival. Architect: Richard M. Upjohn.
Porch of Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.Gothic revival Victorian porch of Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.Italianate tower sticks above Georgian windows at Van Buren's house Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.Side view of Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.
Porch of Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.Gothic revival Victorian porch of Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.Italianate tower sticks above Georgian windows at Van Buren's house Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.Side view of Lindenwald. Kinderhook, NY.
8: Martin Van Buren lived. XP.Martin Van Buren & Democracy campaign medal at Buffalo History Museum. Buffalo, NY.Martin Van Buren medal. Fremont, OH.
8: Martin Van Buren (1837-1841) lived (1782-1862). XP.Martin Van Buren & Democracy campaign medal (1836) at Buffalo History Museum (BECHS). Buffalo, NY.Martin Van Buren (1837-1841) medal (at Hayes Presidential Center). Fremont, OH.

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