FDR and
Dutchess County Stone Buildings
Historic Stone Buildings
Stoutenbourgh House
Hyde Park Library
Poughkeepsie Post Office
Rhinebeck Post Office
Wappingers and Ellenville Post Offices
Hyde Park Post Office
FDR Library
Hyde Park Schools
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FDR and Dutchess County Stone Buildings

Post offices were not the only public works projects in Dutchess County that President Roosevelt played a part in. The three new Hyde Park schools built during this time - Hyde Park Elementary, Violet Avenue, and Franklin D. Roosevelt High School (now Haviland Middle School) - all share an exterior of Dutchess County fieldstone.

Park Elementayr School

Hyde Park Elementary School

Haviland Middle School

Franklin D. Roosevelt High School, 1940
(now Haviland Middle School)

Avenue school

Violet Avenue Elementary School


FDR Library Logo Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum
4079 Albany Post Road
Hyde Park, New York

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