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Title Property Record of 39 Pratt Avenue
Catalog Number 2007.09.319
Scope & Content Property Record of 39 Pratt Avenue


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1962 Chautauqua Institution deed: International Order of the King's Daughters and Sons, a corporation organized and existing under the laws of the State of New York, 475 Riverside Drive, New York, New York/ 715/52

"The Order has purchased the premises as the site for a Chapel Building and this deed is given and accepted subject to the express condition that in the event said International Order of The King's Daughters and Sons be dissolved or that it ceases to carry out the purposes for which it is organized, the title to the property hereby conveyed shall revert to Chautauqua Institution."

"The premises shall be used for the purpose of a Chapel Building only, and not for any other purpose whatsoever, unless and until the consent to some other or different use shall be given by the first party in writing."

1963 The Ida A. Vanderbeck Chapel was built
1972 The International offices of the Order were moved to Chautauqua following the 1972 season and occupy the first floor of Benedict House, 34 Vincent Avenue, one of three dormitories maintained by the Order on the Grounds
1991 Note: The two other dormitories are Bonnie Hall at 29 Vincent Avenue and Florence Hall at 6 Irving Place
Dates of Creation 2007
Collection The Arthur Wade Property File Collection
Search Terms International Order King's Daughters and Sons
Real Estate
cottages
Object Name Property reference file
Classification Real Estate
Lexicon category 10: Unclassifiable Artifacts
Lexicon sub-category Need to Classify
Catalog type Archive
Dates of Accumulation 2007
Cottage Nickname Ida A. Vanderbeck Chapel
Cottage Build Date 1963