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Map of Woodlawn Park, Residence of Mr. Henry Hilton


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Map of Woodlawn Park, Residence of Mr. Henry Hilton



Map Item Type Metadata

Date Depicted (Display)

ca. 1880

Date Published (Display)

ca. 1880


"Right side of map: 'Entrance Gates one mile from Congress Spring, and half a mile from the Town Hall.'"

Abstract (& Historical Note)

Lucy Scribner Library, Skidmore College description:

Illustrated map of the Woodlawn Park estate, upon which Skidmore College was built. Includes a general view of Woodlawn Park, along with illustrations of The Wayside, The Mansion, Windsor Hotel, The Lodge, Woodlawn Park Oval, and Saratoga Athletic Club. Includes a numbered listing of buildings and areas.

Additional elements include: Grapery & Hot Houses,
Incubating Houses, Park Barns, Overlook Residence,
Sheep Fold, Women's Cottage, Hillside Cottage,
Mansion Stables, Superintendent's Cottage,
Grotto Stables, Coachman's Cottage, Blacksmith Shop,
Pump House, Boat House, Broadway Villa, Inwood, Stable and Exercising Ring, Stableman's Cottage, Grand Stand and Club House.


Special Collections and Archives, Lucy Scribner Library, Skidmore College (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)




Pictorial maps
Property maps


Property and Development

Subject - Details

Compass rose
Saratoga Athletic Club (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Windsor Hotel (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Woodlawn Oval (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)
Woodlawn Park (Saratoga Springs, N.Y.)

Subject - Geographic

Saratoga Springs (N.Y.)

Subject - Name

Hilton, Henry. Landowner. Saratoga Springs (N.Y.)


Burleigh Lithographic Co.

Place of Publication

Troy (N.Y.)

Physical Dimensions

1 map on 1 sheet ; 85 x 105 cm.


1 inch to 300 feet

Record Creation Date



“Map of Woodlawn Park, Residence of Mr. Henry Hilton,” Skidmore Saratoga Memory Project, accessed May 27, 2024,

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