2021 LIVING HISTORY TOURS

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Step back in time and meet 7 characters who made Kingston roar in the 1920s.

LIVE and SAFE TOURS
Saturdays in September at 1 pm beginning September 11th and all Saturdays in October at 7 pm


$15 Adults, $10 Students and Seniors,
12 and under Free


The Old Dutch Church
272 Wall Street, Kingston


Produced by Theatre on the Road

LEGS DIAMOND

A notorious Prohibition era gangster who bootlegged beer out of the Barmann Brewery in Kingston.

FREDDIE and FAE

These quirky characters represent vaudeville performers who appeared at Keeney’s Theatre on Wall Street in Kingston.

JAY KLOCK

The owner and editor of the Kingston Daily Freeman, has eye for mystery like no one else does.

SARAH LEVENTHAL

Owner of Leventhal’s Furs will talk about Kingston’s booming retail trade and the local fashion scene.

HARRY SAUNDERS

An African American WWI veteran and Hutton Brickyard employee who was tragically stabbed by his employer.

AUGUSTUS VAN BUREN

A celebrated attorney in Kingston who became a city judge after winning prominence in a racially charged murder trial.

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Saturday, September 4th at 1 pm has been canceled.

Select the correct dollar amount and your date.

For information and tickets call 914-49=89-3668 or visit:

friendsofrhinebeckcemetery.org

Step back in time and meet 6 characters who contributed to Rhinebeck's rich past.

LIVE and SAFE TOURS

Saturday, October 9
Sunday, October 10
Saturday, October 23
Sunday, October 24


$15 Adults, $10 Students, $8 Seniors and under 12.

All tours start at 3 pm. On Saturday, October 9th there will be a 1:30 pm accessible and a 3 pm tour.
The final tour on Sunday, October 24th will include a reception with refreshments at 4 pm.


The Rhinebeck Cemetery
16 Mill Road, Rhinebeck, NY

(Enter via Mill Street Cemetery Gates)


Produced by Theatre on the Road

GEORGE SALTFORD (1851-1923)

A florist who launched the Hudson Valley's violet industry.

SUSAN ELIZABETH FRAZIER (1864-1924)

A teacher who fought for African-American rights.

ANDREW FRAZIER (1742-1846)

A landowner in Milan and Susan Frazier's grandfather.

RICHARD SCHELL (1810-1879)

A US Congressman who married into the Churchill family.

MARY MILLER (1806-1881)

The founder of the Starr Institute in Rhinebeck.

ELISHA HOLDRIDGE (Unknown-1874)

A drummer boy who went on to serve in both the War of 1812 and the Civil War.