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    • "Vic" the Butcher

    • Butchers
    • "Victor Salladin", verso of photograph. Long time residents still remember Vic's Village Variety as a place to buy fresh meats, breads, and general grocery items, and Vic himself as a warm proprietor never too busy to show kindess to children. ...
    • Chester Inn sign.

    • Signs (Notices); Advertising; Taverns (Inns);
    • Sign taken down when proprietor, Herman Santos, closed the Chester Inn on Main Street in uptown Chester about 1970.
    • Park Hotel in Hyde Park

    • Dwellings; Architecture; Telecommunication lines; Stables
    • A man stands on the sidewalk outside of the Park Hotel. There are two other buildings to the left and a fence to the right. Written on back: Park Hotel. Hyde Park, N.Y. A.S. Zepf, proprietor. View from the southeast. Building on the left is the...
    • Atlas of Greene County views, page 1

    • Lithographs; Architecture;
    • Top left caption reads: Mountain Home, B.W. Gray Proprietor, Hunter, Greene County, NY; Top right caption reads: Catskill Mountain House, C.L. Beach, proprietor. Bottom left caption reads: Oak Hill Manufacturing Company, Oak Hill, Greene County,...
    • Trucking and storage trucks

    • Photographs; Trucks; Truck industry;
    • Two photographs. The first photograph is of a truck owned by transportation specialists, Schiekofer Brothers Express, Suffern - New York. The top of the truck advertises daily trips to New York City. The second photograph is of an advertisement...
    • The Park  Hotel, Newburgh, N.Y.

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    • This is a photograph of a building at 59 Van Ness Avenue near the corner of Carpenter Street in Newburgh, N.Y. Two men stand in the doorway, one wearing a long apron. A sign painted on the side of the building says "Park Hotel." A hanging sign...
    • Paper Mill Workers, Salisbury Mills

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    • This photograph shows men and women on the factory floor of a paper mill in Salisbury Mills, N.Y. It is most likely the Arlington Paper Mill which was situation edge of a rocky gorge on Murderer's Creek. According to an entry in "The History of...
    • Receipt from Editor of Newburgh Journal

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;
    • This is a receipt from Cyrus B. Martin. Editor and Proprietor of the Newburgh Journal, 46 Second Street, Newburgh, N.Y., to the Glebe Trustees for publication of Treasurers Report dated May 8, 1875.
    • Receipt from the Newburgh Journal

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;Receipts (Acknowledgments)
    • This is a receipt from the Newburgh Journal, Cyrus B. Martin, editor and proprietor, which was located at 46 Second Street, Newburgh, N.Y. made out to Glebe Trustees for publication of resolutions.
    • Hotel St. George

    • Hotels;
    • The front of Hotel St. George in Nyack has a number of porches and awnings in this 1900 summer photograph. George Bardin was the proprietor.
    • Dirt road with tracks of wheels, Nyack, NY

    • Roads; Views;
    • A tree-shaded dirt lane disappears at the crest of the hill in the distance. It was in Nyack, NY. The faded writing below the picture cannot be deciphered. There are two pictures mounted on the cardboard, trees on the right and the library interior...
    • Main Street Near Cedar Street

    • Business districts; Liquor stores; Shoe stores;
    • This view of the south side of Main Street shows the telephone building, John Bartels - a beer seller, and Bryants Shoes. All of the buildings are covered with American flag bunting for some occasion or parade. Bryants Shoes was at 93 Main Street...
    • Hotel St. George, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels; Restaurants;
    • The Hotel St. George was the destination in Nyack in 1910. Only 28 miles from New York City, it was a stopping place for automobilists. Fine meals were served, a la carte, cuisine francaise. Felix Fieger was the proprietor.
    • Hotel St. George, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels; Postcards;
    • The Hotel St. George on Burd Street is shaded on a summer day by a large tree. A sign on the building's side identifies George Bardin as the proprietor. Another sign on a fence directs customers to the automobile and bicycle shed.

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