Following incorporation in 1892, the first Village of Chester Board posed for this group photograph: President: W.A. Lawernce. Trustees: Joseph Durland;
George M. Roe; and
Thaddeus S. Durland.
Treasurer: Charles W. Kerner
Charles W. Kerner, dealer in Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Men's Gloves, Hosiery, Cameras & Photo Supplies. He invoices the Village of Chester for the period 28 April, 1913 through May 18, 1915. Among the items charged: Phone calls; Postage; Telegram;...
Map of the section of the Village of Chester on the side uphill of Downtown Main Street. Surveyed and Mapped by Fred J. Knight. Samuel Hadden, President; George W. Ball, Trustee; Theadore A. Miller, Trustee; James E. Noonan, Clerk. People listed:...
Chester Library and Social Club Program. The Chester Library & Social Club raised funds to maintain the library, through the sale of tickets to entertainment courses and production of entertainments and plays in Bodle's Opera House from 1902 to...
Chester's Board of Trade sends letter to Richard Delafield, President of the prestigious New York City National Park Bank and Chester resident at his Glenmere Estate, encouraging industrial development in Chester.
Album/folio of ten photos of Chester scenes.
Chester High School on Oakland Avenue, called University Heights.
Lower left corner marked: "3rd Grade"
Bottom: "Chester Academy"
"A bit of High St., Chester, N.Y."
Right house: "Thompson's"
Photo postcard of Main Street, Chester, N. Y. before it was paved in 1901.
A horse and wagon with two men aboard at watering trough in the intersection of Railroad Avenue and Main Street.
On the Left is John P. Bull Stationery & Confectionary...
Photographs; Villages; Road construction; Streets; Street lights; Street lights; Gas street lamps;water
Photograph, probably taken during the paving of Main Street. Note equipment down the street on the left. Wooden side walks. Kerosene street lamp in center of watering trough. On right: Osborne Chester Market, C.W. Kerner Boots and Shoes.