Black and white photograph of a postcard showing Falconeer House, headquarters of British officers during the Revolutionary War. Photograph marked: "The Falconeer House, Headquarters of British Officers during the Revolution, 1776, Rosch. White Plains, N.Y." Also features the note: "Dear Lilo, I thought you would like this for your collection. I am not very well. Have at last gotten help so I can rest. I trust you are well. I hope to hear from you soon. With love, Aunt Lou. [rest of text illegible]." The Falconeer House was similar in structure to the Elijah Miller House, headquarters to George Washington during the Battle of White Plains, October 28, 1776, during the American Revolution.
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Courtesy of the Westchester County Archives
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