A St. Stephen's Graduating class of the early 20th century marches up "The Elm Walk," strung with hanging American flags. They wear caps and gowns in the academic procession, part of the traditional commencement ceremony.
This color photograph shows a man and three children swimming in a lake. There is a safety line with buoys strung across the lake. The youngest child is wearing an orange life vest. On the far shore there are houses and trees.
At Broadway and Burd Street, banners are strung above the roadway, announcing the candidacy of Rutherford B. Hayes and other Republicans. On the left is the iron fence of the Reformed Church and the front of the Commercial Building.
The construction of the Bear Mountain Bridge was a challenge because of the deep Hudson River and the steep, rocky cliffs on either side. In this photo, the east and west towers are in place and cables have been strung to join them.