Taken in February of 1946, this view of the Maple Allee to Ward Manor shows slender young trees. Today many of the sugar maples have died, and the college has planted a second layer of oak trees to form a double allee.
Note milk cans at station, kerosene street lamps, no car tracks in snow, lack of snow removal, no trees along tracks, telegraph & telephone wires only - no electric. This photograph was probably taken from the RR Signal Tower.
Photograph of nine workmen shoveling snow on Brook Farm hill, with two people looking on from horse drawn sleigh or wagon.
Overlooking downtown Chester. The Corporation building is the first one on the right.
Photograph of W. J. Conklin Lumber's first truck carrying tree. This tree was from the Chamberlain Farm on the Washingtonville Road (near Johnson Road) and moved to the Frank O. Roe Residence on High St. in the Village of Chester (visible in...
5 photographes (clockwise from top left): two men snowshoeing in field, close-up of two men snow shoeing through filed, broken electric pole, different angle of same broken electric pole, man infront of electic pole.