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Advertisement for a fundraising event at the Chester Presbyterian Church for benefit of the Hampton Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute which was founded on the banks of the Virginia Peninsula by Brigadier General Samuel Chapman Armstrong in...
Visible are the inscriptions on two of the tombstones (#50 and #51) on the Old Huguenot Burying Ground map. They are as follows:
Born 25th Decr 1745
Died 8th of Augt 1815
Aged 69 Years
7 months and 14 days
Photograph is of a large white Greek Revival house with Doric columns and pediment. Above each column is an decorative architectural wreath. A wide staircase leads up to a porch. Two women are on the porch; one woman is sitting, one woman is...
The buildings on the north side of Main Street in Nyack (just west of Broadway) vary in height from 2 to 4 stories. The brick facades on all but one have been restored and painted. The building closest to the camera is undergoing reconstruction....
This card is an advertisement for Silarski and Reed, showing the row house at 27 Bridge Street before and after reconstruction in the spring of 2000. The house was built about 1875 by John V. Onderdonk and was part of Cottage Row.