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  • Date: on 1900
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    • China Doll Head

    • China dolls
    • This doll head was found ca. 1975 behind the site of the former Trinity School and Home, later called the Watts de Peyster Home for Girls. During the early decades of the 20th century it was customary for villagers to dump trash along the banks of...
    • Osculation vs. Oscillation

    • St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); College students--New York (State); Academic costume
    • Five students of St. Stephen's College wearing academic gowns review mathematical equations written on a chalkboard in an Aspinwall classroom. In Reamer Kline's history of the college, this photograph is captioned as follows: "One of the principles...
    • Erie Station & vicinity prior to 1915

    • Cityscapes; Railroad stations; Railroad sidings; Photographs
    • Note milk cans at station, kerosene street lamps, no car tracks in snow, lack of snow removal, no trees along tracks, telegraph & telephone wires only - no electric. This photograph was probably taken from the RR Signal Tower.
    • Charles & Marie Barrell

    • Group portraits;Carriages & coaches;photographs
    • Photograph of Charles & Marie Barrell, Sugar Loaf, NY in front of Walling's residence on King's Hwy in Sugar Loaf in a simple one horse, sprung carriage.
    • Chester Mills

    • Mills;Photographs
    • Photograph of Chester Mills, operated by F.B. Seely, Wholesale & Retail Dealer in Grain, Flour, Feed &c. It was demolished by W.A. Lawrence about 1920. The location is now, 7/30/2002, side parking lot at 117-119 Brookside Ave. Some stone work for...
    • E. D. Green House

    • Dwellings;photographs
    • Photograph of the E. D. Green House, built 1860 by James Hudson Board. He was descended from Cornelius and James Board, who settled in Chester before the Revolution, and from the Cornelius Board who was one of the early owners of the Durland Store...
    • Ida Kronk Littell

    • Photographs; portrait photographs;
    • “Mother Littell,” Ida Kronk Littell portrait photograph wearing fur coat and hat.. She resided on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt. Note: In 2006: Walnut Avenue is now called Lehigh Avenue.
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Father & Mother Littell sit for photograph. Edward & Ida Kronk Littell, resided on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt. Edward was Greycourt Postmaster and kept a general store on “The Lane.” Note: In 2006: Walnut Avenue is now called Lehigh Avenue, and...
    • Kronk ladies

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Three generations of Kronk ladies sit for group photograph. (l-r) Mrs. Ida Kronk, Mrs. Ida Kronk Littell (Mrs. Kronk ‘s daughter), unidentified child, and Lizzie Runion (Mrs. Kronk ‘s daughter)
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell family photo

    • Photographs; Group portraits;
    • Edward & Ida Kronk Littell family photograph taken at the Littell Residence on Walnut Avenue, Greycourt, N.Y. Children (order not known): Lizzie, Harry M., Harriet L., Edward, William G., Andrew H., Ida M. and Alfred K.
    • Thompson's Drug Store

    • Photographs; Group portraits; Drugstores;
    • Interior photograph of Thompson's Drug Store, located: Lower Main Street, Village of Chester. Shown are: Theadore A. J. Miller (in cap), Charlie Thompson (behind counter). Thompson's Store later became Clem & Daisy's general dry goods store. In...

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