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    • A celebration at the Marlboro Free Library

    • Celebrations; Crowds; Flags;
    • Flags are flying and a crowd of people are gathered in front of the Marlboro Free Library building at Route 9W (Main Street) and King Street. The celebration may be the dedication of the Library or of the war memorial in front of the Library.
    • Advance Lodge Band, Marlboro, NY

    • Bands; Musical instruments;
    • Four rows of men in uniforms are in a room with a clock, a patriotic banner, and photos and certificates in frames. The photo is hand-labeled in white, "Co. 50, U.R. K&P, N.Y. Brigade, 2nd Advance Lodge, April 28, 1912." Some of the men are in...
    • B. Herberich Bakery

    • Bakeries--New York (State)--Marlboro
    • The building on Western Avenue in Marlboro with the words "B. Herberich Bakery" in one window and "B. Herberich Confectionery" in the other window. Four adults and one small child stand in front of the building.
    • Baseball team

    • Baseball; Baseball players
    • Depicts 13 men, 11 of whom are in baseball uniforms with mitts, 1 wearing a Newburgh, N.Y. uniform.
    • Boots and Shoes store

    • Stores & shops;
    • A man is standing outside the Boots and Shoes store on Western Avenue in Marlboro, NY. The store sign states "Boots and Shoes, Gents furnishing goods."
    • Descendants of John Burroughs

    • Girls;
    • One young woman and two girls are sitting on the steps of a house. They are identified as Ursula (center - grandaughter of John Burroughs) and daughters of John Burroughs grandson, John.
    • Farmerette

    • Fruit industry--New York (State)--Marlboro;
    • A young woman, or farmerette, wearing overalls and a hat, is picking currants in Marlboro during World War I. Two other farmerettes are in the background.
    • Farmerettes

    • Fruit industry--New York (State)--Ulster County; Automobiles--1910-1920
    • Three young women are in a car and a fourth is holding a bucket. These young women are farmerettes. A fifth person, a young girl, is watching the women and the car. The car's windshield has stickers or playbills that read, in part, "Address...
    • Farmers unloading a wagon

    • Carts & wagons; Agricultural laborers; Farmers--New York (State)--Marlboro; Fruit industry--New York (State)--Marlboro;
    • Farmers unloading cartons from a wagon in Marlboro, New York during World War I.
    • Flatiron Building in Marlboro, NY

    • Dirt roads; Buildings;
    • The future site of the first Marlboro Free Library, the Flatiron Building is depicted here looking north up Main Street (Route 9W) and showing the unpaved streets and utility poles along the street. A carriage is parked at the east side of Main...

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