Clippings; History; Historical societies; Historians; Land grants; Taverns (Inns);
Newspaper clipping reporting on a Historical Society of Middletown and Wallkill Precinct meeting featuring Frank Durland’s paper on the importance of Chester in history. Apparently, this was clipped from Dr. Wesley Wait's copy of the newspaper.
FDR acknowledging the invocation delivered by Chaplain McKeon of the 156th Field Artillery at the laying of the cornerstone of the State Armory, Peekskill, New York, Major-General Haskell and Speaker John N. Garner to the right.
Landscape pavilions; Tents; Kitchens; Shaving; Military camps; Cooking utensils; Pails;
A man shaves at an outside stand; three men pose inside a tent kitchen. Buckets, pots, pans and kitchen utensils are visible. Caption on back reads: "Camp Fort Orange Kitchen" Upon the breaking off of diplomatic relations with the German Empire,...