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Fort Montgomery
Rouses Point, New York

The Charles Barney
Image Collection
Part II

It is obvious that Charles Barney, Sr. had rather remarkable access to Fort Montgomery, before and after its unfortunate demolition. He took many photos of the fort and was photographed, together with his wife Rita and friends, on the fort grounds.

In Part II we share more of Charles Barney's photographs of Fort Montgomery.

To learn more about the photos, Charles Barney, Sr. and the Guest Contributor, click here.
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Demolition of Fort Montgomery
1936-1937
Pre-demolition view of parts of curtain V, bastion A, and curtain I View of the mostly demolished gorge. This photo was taken from the cover face Close-up of the gorge during demolition Post-demolition view NW from parade. Seen are what's left of the gorge and bastion D Post-demolition view SE from parade. Seen are remains of bastion B and curtain II
People
Views of individuals at Fort Montgomery
Charles Fitch "flagpole sitting", 1933 Charles Barney, Sr. on the parade in front of what's left of bastion B Charles Barney, Sr. takes a military shooting stance while target practicing at the ruins Rita Barney on the parade in front of the ruins of bastion B Unidentified figure on the parade during demolition

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