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    • E. D. Green House

    • Dwellings;photographs
    • Photograph of the E. D. Green House, built 1860 by James Hudson Board. He was descended from Cornelius and James Board, who settled in Chester before the Revolution, and from the Cornelius Board who was one of the early owners of the Durland Store...
    • Students 1976

    • Photographs; Students; Dogs;
    • Two long-haired female students are looking through a local map. In the background a black Labrador Retriever is seen resting on the grass.
    • Map of the village Ashland

    • Maps
    • Map depicts the Village of Ashland main street, on the Batavia Kill. This map is inset on the page with the Town of Prattsville map. Ashland is located in the western part of Greene County, New York, in the Catskill Park, northeastern Catskill...
    • Palisades Homes - Lockhart Land Co. map

    • Photographs; Maps;
    • Map of Palisades, Rockland County, N.Y. showing home sites for sale by the Lockhart Land Co, 55 William Street, New York, N.Y. The Hudson River is on the right side and the New Jersey state line is on the left and bottom. The map was published by...
    • Verplank Map of 1745

    • Photographs; Maps
    • A map made on June 19, 1745. There is writing at the bottom of the map. Markings on the map include the Port of Tappan, the Tappan River, the Hudson River at the bottom and many little houses across the map.
    • Gilman copy of James Alexander map

    • Photographs; Maps
    • The Hudson River is on the right side and the Hackinsack River, Dwarf Kill, and the Choche Brook or Tiene Kill border the left side of the map. The map shows the dividing line between New York and New Jersey. In 1719 Alexander and Jarrett...
    • Come Inn postcard

    • Postcards; Taverns (Inns); Dining rooms; Waiters; Maps;
    • This is a bi-fold postcard which show directions to the 'Come Inn' in Tomkins Cove, N. Y. The front of the postcard is a map showing the lower Hudson Valley from New York City to Newburgh, N. Y. Parts of northern New Jersey are also included on the...
    • Historic map of Tappan

    • Maps; Historic sites;
    • This is a color hand-drawn map of the places of interest within the town of Tappan in the year 1895. The map's title indicates, "Tappan 1895 as recalled at the Annual Meeting of the Public Library April 22, 1964." The right side of the map has a...
    • Map Tappan 1779

    • Maps; History;
    • This is a typed and hand-drawn map of Tappan as it was in 1779. The map is a simple approximation of a thoroughfare with numbered boxes along its periphery indicating locations. The map portion is enclosed in a box. Beneath the box, there is a...
    • The Sparkill map

    • Maps;
    • This is an undated map labeled 'The Sparkill'. The right side of the map is the Hudson River. The rest of the map shows the area of Piermont, Sparkill, Orangetown, Tappan and Blauveltville. There is a mountain range running parallel to the river...
    • Receipt for Work on Glebe Map

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;Receipts (Acknowledgments)
    • This is a receipt made out to L. S. Sterrit, Secretary of the Glebe, for coloring the released parcels on the Glebe map. It is signed by George Kimball.
    • DePew Avenue houses, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • These two dwellings were on the north side of De Pew Avenue, opposite the Liberty Street School. Their outlines are on the 1873 Dripps map. The house on the left may have had a store on the bottom floor. The one on the right looks like a salt box...
    • 121 DePew Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings;
    • This brick building, which is on the 1884 Burleigh map entitled, "Nyack on the Hudson," has little known history. Was it perhaps a commercial building? Two houses with big yards are nearby on the map.The second floor center window was once larger;...
    • 44 Clinton Avenue, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Chimneys;
    • This dwelling, from the Dutch colonial period, is on the 1884 Burleigh map.The simple porch and central chimney speak of a slower paced time and place.
    • Earliest known map of Nyack, NY

    • Maps;
    • This copy of the oldest map of Nyack was scanned from one of the Van Cura Rockland Lake scrapbooks. Nyack appears to have 10 houses and two docks. The names of two early settlers, Tunis Smith and John Green, are on the in the script on the map.
    • The Storms Steam Tub and Pail Factory, Nyack, NY

    • Factories; Pails;
    • The Storms Steam Tub and Pail Factory was on the waterfront, just north of the present day Memorial Park. This was a small workshop; in 1850, it employed seven men. Abraham and Henry Storms began the business in 1840. The cedar came from North...

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