From p. 47 of "Old Nyack": " The 'Henry W. Longfellow', designed by William Voorhis, was an experiment in navigation launched in 1880. The vessel had two cigar-shaped hulls 200 feet long and 5 1/2 feet in diameter amidships. A single deck rested on...
Invoice/receipt for a total of $56.89 paid to P. P. Elting. In the late 1850's and early 1860's, Philip P. Elting (1836-1876) was briefly the proprietor of a store located on lower Main Street in the village of New Paltz, NY. The material purchased...
This 2 1/2 story residence, known as the Gillies House, was built about 1895. It is one of the few examples of the Colonial Revival architectural style in Nyack. A typical detail is the line of dentils along the cornice. Isaac and Emma Gillies...
2:12 Class Trotting
"Al Mack" (Brook Farm, Chester) breaking the World "Half Mile" Three H&A Trotting record Time 2:08 3/4, 2:09 1/2, 2:10 1/2
"Historic Track, August 15, 1916
Goshen, N. Y.
Advertising; Recruiting and enlistment; Volunteer work; Ambulances; World War, 1914-1918
Advertisement published by the American Ambulance Field Service, under the direction of Henry D. Sleeper and William R. Hereford, calling for volunteers to serve as ambulance drivers in France during World War I.