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    • Bungalow in the woods

    • Photographs
    • Although the name of this cottage has not survived, William Matthews' scrapbook is descriptive: "A group of cottages named after New York City Hotels...They are completely outfitted for housekeeping. vacationers go and keep house for themselves. ...
    • Summer Bungalow

    • Photographs
    • Perhaps the Bungalow Pennsylvania. Families rented these cottages at a rate of five dollars per week. William Matthews' scrapbook describes Bungalow culture thus: "A group of cottages named after New York City Hotels...They are completely...
    • 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...
    • Sketches cover

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--Pictorial Works;
    • This is believed to be the original cover of a 42-page book of photographs and illustrations complied by Newburgh(NY) architect Frank E. Estabrook to showcase the various hotels, churches and residences that he designed. Included are "cards" or...
    • Prospect House Hotel, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels; Porches;
    • The front entrance of the four-story Prospect House with center tower and covered porch shines in the morning sunlight. The renowned hotel was high above the village. It burned down on June 1, 1898. "Prospect House, located on site of north campus...
    • Main Street, New City c. 1910

    • Streets;
    • On Main Street, New City,are 2 automobiles and a horsedrawn carriage.To the left are the Elms nad new City Hotels; on the right, the Post Office.
    • Hotel St. George, 48 Burd Street, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels; Business districts;
    • The Hotel St. George has been a landmark in Nyack for over 125 years. It's the only survivor of the many hotels that thrived when Nyack was a summer resort. The building, however, has not been a hotel for a long time.
    • Highland Lodge, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Postcards; Hotels;
    • Highland Lodge, one of Nyack's many boarding houses or hotels, was on Highland Avenue (Route 9W) between Sickles and High Avenues. Bannister College was nearby.
    • Broadway Hotel, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels; Houses; Porches; Towers;
    • This large house is tentatively identified as the Broadway Hotel, but is not the Broadway Hotel which was located where the Nyack Village Hall is today. That was a very austere building. The house and the five people on the porches give no clue as...
    • Two hotels in New City, NY

    • Hotels;
    • The Elms and Bardin Hotels were side by side in New City. In front of the Elms on the left is a hitching post for horses. That and the entry are made of sticks, which is different from the later view of the Elms in Nyack Library image #4776. Both...
    • St. George Hotel, Nyack on Hudson, NY

    • Hotels; Postcards; Automobiles;
    • The parking lot of the St. George Hotel is filled with early automobiles. Written on the back is "This is a swell hotel all the rich people take dinner here on automobile parties." The St. George is the best known of the Nyack hotels.
    • 48 Burd Street, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels;
    • The Hotel St. George, long a Nyack landmark, was restored for offices and stores. Composed of three separate buildings joined together, the St. George is the only survivor of the many great hotels that flourished in the late 1800s in Nyack.
    • 52 Burd Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Hotels;
    • Known as the Smith brothers town house, this small dwelling is attached to the west side - rear - of the Hotel St. George. In the heyday of Nyack hotels, this small house was an annex to the popular St. George.
    • Saint Nicholas Hotel, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Hotels;
    • A large number of men, women, and children, and also two horse-drawn carriages, pose in front of the St. Nichols Hotel on Main Street in Nyack. Several women are in open windows on the second floor of the three-story structure. The St. Nichols was...
    • Hotel Saint George, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Hotels; Restaurants; Awnings;
    • The Hotel Saint George was one of Nyack's renowned hotels, providing rooms and food for travelers for many decades. It was on Burd Street, just above the Nyack ferry landing. This is a view of the hotel's front entrances, taken from slightly...
    • Rockland Lighthouse, end of Palisades, Hudson River, NY

    • Postcards; Lighthouses;
    • This view of the Rockland Lake lighthouse was taken out in the Hudson River. Behind the light on the left is the huge stone crusher, part of the quarrying operation. Directly behind the light is the road leading to Rockland Lake where once were...

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