Following incorporation in 1892, the first Village of Chester Board posed for this group photograph: President: W.A. Lawernce. Trustees: Joseph Durland;
George M. Roe; and
Thaddeus S. Durland.
Treasurer: Charles W. Kerner
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;...
Map of the section of the Village of Chester on the side uphill of Downtown Main Street. Surveyed and Mapped by Fred J. Knight. Samuel Hadden, President; George W. Ball, Trustee; Theadore A. Miller, Trustee; James E. Noonan, Clerk. People listed:...
Chester Library and Social Club Program. The Chester Library & Social Club raised funds to maintain the library, through the sale of tickets to entertainment courses and production of entertainments and plays in Bodle's Opera House from 1902 to...
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"