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...
Erie R.R. Plan Showing Proposed Layout of Chester Station
Grounds, Chester, N.Y. for the new station which was actually
constructed in 1915, differently than proposed. The proposed
railroad changes are delineated in red. Proposed change of the...
Undated sketch of Chester village lots by surveyor, Fred J. Knight, (Scale of 18 Chains to 1 inch). Parcels labeled: Cartter & Vail, Charles Smith, Isaac Banker, Mansion House, Milton Hulse, S. J. Banker. Garden and Main Streets noted.
Smokestacks; Street railroads; Coal; Power plants; Industrial facilities
Five photographs of buildings. Top three have smoke stacks. The bottom left is of two men, man on right dressed in a suit and winter coat and hat. Man on left in overalls and glasses. Bottom right photo-drive though scale.
Hand-drawn survey map showing the route of the Nyack Turnpike. The scale of the map is 40 chains per inch. The map begins in Nyack and ends in Suffern. Along the map there are notations of property owners, streams, swamps and roads.
Hand drawn surveyor's map of the Nyack Turnpike. The map also shows existing roads, property owners and natural features such as rivers and swamps. The map also gives a detailed surveyor's notes of the layout of the road.
One of a series of five photographs showing an interior view of a room (possibly a Historic House Museum). Two tables are visible, on along the right hand side against a applique quilt and a woven coverlet. Both tables are displaying several...