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    • Lawn at Annandale, Thanksgiving 1888

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • This photograph of the lawn at Annandale is dated Thanksgiving, November 29, 1888. Margaret Bard had been dead many years, and John Bard was remarried to Annie Belcher with whom he had a daughter, Marjorie. Annandale was a financial burden, and...
    • La Palina Hotel & Restaurant

    • Recreation; Swimming pools; Restaurants; Resorts;
    • A hotel and restaurant on Continental Road in Cornwall, New York. It advertised Italian cuisine, dancing and movies. It was open all year.
    • Joe's Clam Bar

    • Restaurants; Aprons; Signs (Notices); Storefronts;
    • This is an image of a two story building with storefronts on the first level. The second level has three sets of windows along the building. The roof line is flat with a small raised element, also flat, in the center. There is a sidewalk that runs...
    • Victory Parade

    • Parades & processions; Flags; Automobiles; Decorations; Signs (Notices); Taverns (Inns); Marching bands; Tubas; Trombones; Bricks; Dormers; Mansard roofs;
    • A 1940's-era automobile leads a parade. The automobile has large stars affixed to its front fender. The automobile is a convertible with the top down; there are several people seated in the automobile. Behind the automobile, there is a row of...
    • Main street snow fall

    • Snow; Automobiles; Storefronts;
    • An automobile is covered almost up to the hood by a deep snowfall. The early model automobile is parked at the curb and enclosed by the snow. The automobile is in front of a storefront. 'White Rose' tea is advertised in the window of the...
    • Clarkstown Country Club Stadium

    • Wrestling
    • A sign at the stadium displays information about a wrestling championship on August 25. Two bouts are advertised: Ed Don George vs. Charley Strack and Joe Savoldi vs. Casey Kazanjian. James A. Farley was the honorary chairman.
    • Backyards and garage, Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Urban renewal;
    • These buildings had businesses on Main Street in Nyack but the backs show apartments, storage buildings, and a garage. The musical note advertised the location of the Harmony Music Center, which supplied most of the rental instruments for the Nyack...
    • Norway Diner, Nyack, NY

    • Diners (Restaurants); Urban renewal;
    • The Norway Diner was on Franklin Street in Nyack and was one of many buildings demolished for the Urban Renewal Project. The diner featured Norwegian-American cooking and homemade pies, cakes, and puddings. Coffee was advertised prominently. Inside...
    • Lighthouse Marina, Nyack, NY

    • Waterfronts; Lighthouses; Postcards;
    • The building in the picture was not actually a lighthouse but was on the Nyack waterfront for many years. Built from gas storage tanks, this faux lightn house held shops and offices. The postcard advertised a showing of Murdocca's recent works at...
    • River Hotel, Rockland Lake, NY

    • Hotels; Inclined railroads;
    • The River Hotel of Rockland Lake stood adjacent to the inclined railroad which hauled blocks of ice over the mountain to the Hudson River. York & Brooklyn Extra Lager Beer is advertised across the front. This is a copy of a postcard.
    • Nyack's Main Street and Peterzell's Stationary

    • Stationery; Business districts; Postcards;
    • Looking west from Cedar Street, both sides of Main Street are lined with cars. Peterzell's Stationery - greeting cards, papers, magazines, and cigars - is on the corner. They advertised "50 feet of greeting cards." There is a Studebaker in front...
    • Union Hall, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings;
    • Union Hall is displayed in the center of an elaborate cut-out mat with a border. The three-story building is plain, with a large entrance on the left side of the ground floor. A man stands in the entry way and another man poses on the roof. The...
    • Vernon Church Flowers, Nyack, NY

    • Business & finance; Florist shops;
    • Vernon Church Flowers opened in 1949 and was known as THE Nyack florist for many years. Its location at 84 Highland Avenue (Route 9W), across from Nyack Hospital, was ideal. Free delivery to the hospital was assured. It advertised free parking,...
    • The Elms Hotel, New City, NY

    • Hotels; Advertising; Boys; Baseball;
    • The Elms Hotel was an establishment in New City, NY, which advertised Ballentines lager beer. Four pillars held up the roof of an expansive porch, which was to the right of the saloon. In this earlry spring scene, three boys play baseball on the...
    • Barber's Express, Nyack, NY

    • Postcards; Moving & storage trade;
    • The moving van of William J. Barber of Nyack advertised local and long distance moving as well as storage and packing. In the 1950 phone directory, the firm was located at 38 High Avenue and the president was William A. Perry. One paragraph on the...
    • Prospect House, Nyack-on-the-Hudson

    • Hotels; Resorts; Advertisements;
    • This wood engraving advertisement of the renowned Prospect House in Nyack was printed in an issue of Harper's Illustrated in 1878. In that year, the Prospect House was scheduled to open on May 15th for the summer season. The resort hotel, 350 feet...

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