Factories; Industry; Construction; Construction workers
A construction worker is facing the camera in a framed out structure. There is no defined inside structure, just frame work. There is a large triangular support structure under one of the beams along the ceiling. There are pipes also visible...
Inside Draudt's Store. Charles and Edna (Hicks) Draudt with employee Ethel Kerlin. There are many cans stacked around the store among other products. This store would later be the hardware store on Lake Road and a beauty shop in 1990's.
The white-trimmed, gray clapboard building is the Village Hall of Upper Nyack. It is at the northwest corner of the Castle Heights Avenue and North Broadway intersection. A wide porch encloses the lower story on the south and east sides.
This three-story brick building was the home of Hawvermale's Hardware from the 1930's to the 1990's, but then became a cigar shop. Advertising information painted on the bricks has not been completely covered up.