Photographic postcard view of ruins of building destroyed by bombs in Gerbéviller-la-Martyre. Three children and three adults are standing on the street and sidewalk in front of one of the ruined buildings.
Sixteen people are posing on the steps of an unknown porch, most probably in New Paltz, NY. There are three young children, five women and eight men. Two of the men are wearing sombreros and smoking pipes. This may be a boarding house.
A group of women and children are gathered on a porch and are enjoying their jitney, sponsored by the Foresters, a fraternal organization. On the back is written "Foresters of America's jitney, Mrs. Siegriest, Paid."
Women; Children; Children & adults; Children playing with toys; Children riding horses; Architecture; Horses; Farms; Farmhouses; Carts & wagons;
View of Wright Reis Homestead,Greek Revival style house c. 1840 located on Primrose Street, Somers; with two women & child on rocking horse on porch - may be Madeline Wright, nanny, and Caroline c. age one; also in view are outbuilding now known...
Celebrating her 101st birthday, Mary Halliday sits with her great-great-granddaughter, Clare Coffey. Mary wears a sateen dress and has a double strand of pearls around her neck. Clare is wearing a lace trimmed frock.
On a winter day, five children run through an empty lot near Nyack's business area. In the background is the Onderdonk block on Main Street where Brown and Sons, a furniture store, was located. A bare maple tree dominates the left side of the...