Photograph of Float in Chester, N.Y. Armistice Day (now called Veteran's Day) Celebration - November 11, 1918. In front of new Erie RR Station constructed in 1915. Left to right: John Bonanno, John Musumeci, Mrs. John Cavallero, Patsy Santucci and...
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;...
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"
Documents granting the Reverend M.R. Harris clerical rates for passage on the New York, Ontario & Western Railroad Co. and Walker Valley Railroad lines. The envelope is marked "return to sender," implying that he never received them.
G.L. Van Duzer's scale charges to Conklin & Roe for April, 1906, probably to document deliveries made by Conklin & Roe's Lumber Yard to a customer in or near Sugar Loaf. Van Duzer's store was in Sugar Loaf, NY. Conklin & Roe's Lumber Yard was in...
Photographs; Villages; Railroad signal towers; Carts & wagons;
Photograph taken in downtown Chester, looking towards the depot, of a man standing next to buggy labeled" “Decorator,
305 B,Way, Brooklyn.”
In background, Erie freight cars, Borden's milk depot and the Railroad control tower can be seen.
Political activity; Political activity; Politics & government;
This letter details some of the differences of opinion between Mr. Roe and Mr. Ball. This must have been published between 1909, a date cited in the letter, and 1915, when the new Erie RR Station was erected.
Erie Railroad tie date nail. Remnant white paint on face of head. The "25" incised in the nail head indicates it was embedded in a tie that was placed into service in 1925. It was extracted by from a discarded American Elm railroad tie at an...