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    • Durland Store with Razey's Photography Studio

    • Dry goods stores; Photographic studios;photographs
    • Photograph looking south at the Durland General Store at Main Street and Academy Avenue, uptown Chester, before the columns were removed and the front of the building enclosed. The small building to right of Durland's Store was Razey's Photography...
    • Conklin & Roe To J. Durland & Son

    • Documents; General stores;
    • J. Durland & Son statement for supplies sold to Conklin & Roe Lumber Yard, which was located downtown across from the Erie Depot. The Durland Store was located in Uptown Chester at the corner of Main Street & Academy Avenue, then called Durland's...
    • Dr. C. P. Smith, Sr. residence

    • Photographs; Dwellings;
    • Photograph of dwelling located on the corner of High Street & Hambletonian Avenue, Chester, NY. William Rysdyk, of Hambletonian fame, sold the residence to Dr. C. P. Smith, Sr., who later sold it to Geo. M. Roe, great uncle of Arno Beiling who...
    • Ida Kronk Littell

    • Photographs; portrait photographs;
    • “Mother Littell,” Ida Kronk Littell portrait photograph wearing fur coat and hat.. She resided on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt. Note: In 2006: Walnut Avenue is now called Lehigh Avenue.
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Father & Mother Littell sit for photograph. Edward & Ida Kronk Littell, resided on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt. Edward was Greycourt Postmaster and kept a general store on “The Lane.” Note: In 2006: Walnut Avenue is now called Lehigh Avenue, and...
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell family photo

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell family photograph taken at the Littell Residence on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt, N.Y. Children (order not known): Lizzie, Harry M., Harriet L., Edward, William G., Andrew H., Ida M. and Alfred K.
    • Hambletonian Monument

    • Photographs; Monuments; Horse racing;
    • Photograph of the Hambletonian Monument located on Hambletonian Ave., at intersection with Oakland Avenue. “Hambletonian, "The Father of Harness Racers" owned by entrepreneur Wm Rysdyck. Rysdyck's horses "Long Island Black Hawk" and "New York...
    • Chester Academy obseverse

    • Photographs; schools; Postcards
    • Photo post card of the 1846 Chester Academy was located at the western end of Academy Avenue, where the CVS Drug is currently (2006) located. The land for the Chester Academy given by Charles Durland, ancestor of Maude Durland whose daughter was...
    • Durland's Square

    • Photographs; Stores & shops;
    • Winter at Durland's Square. Photograph of Durland's Department Store at corner of Main Street and Academy Avenue. Durland residence, Yelverton Inn, seen behind the store.
    • Last Chance in 20 Miles

    • Photographs; Stores & shops; Hotels; Taverns (Inns);
    • Photograph of uptown Chester opposite Academy Avenue on Main Street. Sign standing on end on porch: “Last Chance in 20 Miles.” Large sign extending from front corner of building: “W?n Fricker ???, G. Krueger – Lager Beer.” Center...
    • Main Street, Durland's Store

    • Photographs; Stores & shops; Villages;
    • Photograph of Main Street at Academy Avenue, looking north. On the left: Owen's Store, Murray's Garage, Durland's Store, Durland Residence (Yelverton Inn). On the right: Brown's Eats.
    • St. Paul's Episcopal Church

    • Photographs; Churches;
    • Photograph of St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Main Street at Maple Avenue before Guild Room addition was built onto the rear of the church. The house to right of church: W.W. Davis purchased from Geo. M. Roe about 1906
    • Chester Academy before the addition

    • Photographs; Schools;
    • The Chester Academy was built in 1846, at a cost of $10,000. It was a frame building 50 by 75 feet standing at the corner of Academy Avenue and the Goshen Road, now, 2006, called Brookside Ave. (Route 17M). This photograph was taken before the 25...

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