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  • Holding Institution: palisades
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    • Palisades Free Library

    • Photographs; Libraries
    • The Palisades Free Library, which was previously the Jordan house, it became the library in 1953. Oak Tree and Closter Road intersection is also showing.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Old views of Palisades and Sneden's Landing

    • Photographs; Presbyterian churches; Methodist Episcopal churches; Post offices; Stores & shops; Libraries; Historic buildings;
    • Ten images in one, including; 1st row - unknown; 2nd row - Presbyterian Church, M. E. Church, Public School; 3rd row - Post Office and General Store, Store and Post Office, Palisades Library; 4th row - Old Revolutionary House, Sneden's Landing, and...
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Gardens on Oak Tree Road

    • Photographs; Retirement communities;
    • The Palisades Gardens on Oak Tree Road, which is a retirement home. The top picture shows the outside of the home, on the bottom left is the dining room, and the bottom right is a sitting room.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Free Library Historical Committee

    • Photographs; Committees;
    • The Palisades Free Library Historical Committee, in the 1970s. Seated, from left: Mildred Rippey, Mary Trembley, Helene Stansbury. Standing: Margaret Parton, Tina Kister, Liz Finck, Laura Ebmeyer, Mary Chamberlain, Alice Haagensen.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Free Library Historical Committee

    • Photographs; Committees;
    • The Palisades Free Library Historical Committee, in the 1970s. Seated, from left: Mildred Rippey, Mary Trembley, Helene Stansbury. Standing: Margaret Parton, Tina Kister, Liz Finck, Laura Ebmeyer, Mary Chamberlain, Alice Haagensen.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Presbyterian Church Choir

    • Photographs; Churches; Choirs (Music);
    • Edna Stansbury and Mildred Rippey in the Palisades Presbyterian Church Choir singing.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Isaac Newton Sears

    • Photographs; Portrait photographs;
    • Isaac Newton Sears, was a merchant who lived on Oak Tree Road. He was active in the Palisades Presbyterian Church from 1864-1880.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • "Palisades" launching

    • Photographs; Ships;
    • The launching of the "Palisades." A picture of the ship itself, named the "Palisades" because Palisades bought so many Liberty Loans during World War I.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Presbyterian Church

    • Photographs; Churches; Presbyterian churches;
    • The Palisades Presbyterian Church and an interior of the church. Kathleen S. Martine was the organist and choir director and Reverend David C. Pierce was the minister. "The Palisades Presbyterian Church is a community church of the Reformed...
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Elementary School

    • Photographs; Schools;
    • The Palisades Elementary School was built in the 1930s.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Gardens

    • Postcards; Retirement communities;
    • The Palisades Gardens, which is on the site of the Perry house.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Emma Quidor

    • Photographs; Portrait photographs;
    • A young Emma Quidor, 1863-1955, was the Palisades' librarian from 1898-1948. She lived in the Quidor house on Oak Tree Road. She is sitting at a wooden table with her elbow resting on the table. The Quidor family of Palisades emigrated from...
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Emma Quidor

    • Photographs; Libraries
    • An older Emma Quidor in the Palisades Library at the Big House. She is sitting in a chair, there are book stacks to the left and a fireplace on the right. The Quidor family of Palisades emigrated from France in the eighteenth century.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Mildred Post Rippey

    • Photographs; Librarians; Libraries
    • Mildred Post Rippey, 1901-1995, was a librarian at the Palisades Free library 1948-1983. She was a writer, raconteur, local character and the last of the Post family in Palisades. Mildred is checking out a book to a young patron.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Post Office dedication

    • Photographs; Building dedications; Post offices
    • The Palisades Post Office dedication ceremony in January 1962. Gail Hyde and Mike Wallace are at the left of the image.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Post Office dedication

    • Photographs; Building dedications; Post offices;
    • Raising the flag at the dedication ceremony for the Palisades Post Office.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Library

    • Postcards; Libraries;
    • The Palisades Library in the Big House which was built by Henry Ludlow in 1727. This is a colored postcard.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • New Palisades School

    • Photographs; Schools; Students;
    • The New Palisades School was built in 1930. Mr. Alexander Soutar and 6th and 8th grade students in 1944: back row Alice Haagensen, Bill Green, Alan Baker, Bev Walden. Front row: Hassan Ali is fifth from the left and Marjorie Price is seventh...
    • Palisades Free Library
    • Palisades Presbyterian Church congregation

    • Photographs; Churches; Presbyterian churches;
    • The Palisades Presbyterian Church congregation around 1900. There are many children in the front.
    • Palisades Free Library
    • "Palisades" launching

    • Photographs; Launchings;
    • A crowd at the launching of the "Palisades." In the center of the crowd is Harry Brearley, the writer who lived in house #28, 75 Washington Spring Road.
    • Palisades Free Library

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