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    • Student, painting

    • College students--New York (State);
    • The woman painting this large canvas is identified as Gael French, '66.
    • Woman smiling

    • College students--New York (State);
    • Woman identified as Margit Malmstrom, '66 smiles as she looks to the side.
    • First graduating class at DCC 1960

    • Photographs; College presidents; Stages (Platforms); Podiums
    • Dr. James F. Hall on stage at Roosevelt High School, delivering a speech to the graduating class of 1960. This was the first graduation of students from Dutchess Community College. 66 degrees were conferred on students by President Hall. A stack...
    • Inventory of Cornelius Bruyn Dubois, September 14, 1825

    • Inventories; coverlets; Huguenots; Woven textiles; weaving;
    • One page property inventory dated September 14th, 1825 for Cornelius Bruyn Dubois. The inventory lists bedding, which includes two old overshot (float work) coverlets, several articles of clothing including shoes, jackets and coats, a hetchel,...
    • The Larches estate, Irvington (N.Y.)

    • Mansions
    • The Adams-Whitehouse residence known as 'The Larches' at the Northeast corner of S. Broadway (Route 9) and Harriman Road. Originally the 1860 estate of James L. Adams at 35 S. Broadway, later Miss Alpine's private school, the restored as a home for...
    • Hudson River in the Highlands

    • Postcards; Rivers; Mountains;
    • The Hudson River flows for over 300 miles. About 40 miles north of New York City the river flows here through the Hudson Highlands. The Hudson Highlands are the mountains on both sides of the Hudson River in the U.S. state of New York, between...
    • One South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Cornices;
    • Known as the Abraham Merritt Dry Goods Store, this building has stood at this location since 1870. The original brick has been painted but the projecting wooden cornice has not been altered. That cornice forms a continuous line with the three-story...
    • One South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings;
    • Known as the Abraham Merritt Dry Goods Store, this building has stood at this location since 1870. Merritt had been in the dry goods business for many years, in a building just across the street. In this building, there was an upstairs hall where...

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