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    • Marshall House in Hyde Park

    • Lawns; Dwellings; Fences; Trees
    • Written on back: View from the south. This house was on Main Street, on the site of the present Town Hall-the left wing is now part of the Town Hall building. The bowling alley building, at the right, was later removed to Archibald Roger's estate,...
    • Kingston Point Park, Kingston, New York

    • Parks; Ferries; Rivers;
    • A view of Kingston Point Park, with a day-liner and the Hudson River visible in the background. In 1896 Samuel Coykendall and his wife Mary Augusta purchased Kingston Park from the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company. They had noted landscape...
    • 118 Hudson Alley, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Carriage houses; Garages; Bricks; Mansard roofs; Dirt roads; Sheds; Utility poles;
    • This is a small brick building with a mansard roof and wooden bay doors. A note indicates that original use was as a carriage house. A small shed, partially falling over, is located at the back of the building. There is a telephone pole near the...
    • Brick Building, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Storefronts; Business districts; Advertising; Bricks; Lintels; Cornices; Friezes (Entablature components); Laundry; Clotheslines;
    • This is a three story brick building with a flat, corniced roof and frieze. The windows all have lintels; the lintels on the second level windows are pedimented. The photograph cuts off the first level storefronts. The only identfying mark on the...
    • 24 Clove Avenue, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Utility poles; Gables; Porches; Bricks; Stone walls; Hedges (Plants);
    • This multi-colored brick gabled house has a gable decoration and a covered front porch. A brick stairway cuts through the stone wall at the property edge and leads to the porch. A tall hedge is planted at the house foundation and blocks the view of...
    • 133 Hudson Avenue, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Gables; Porches; Shutters; Bicycles & tricycles; Trees; Clapboard siding; Chimneys;
    • A large bare tree stands at the curb in front of this cross-gabled house with clapboard siding. A single step leads to a small covered entry porch that has decorative brackets at the top of the turned-wood columns. There is a bicycle on the porch...
    • Fort Comfort bowling alley

    • Bowling; Bowling balls; Bowling alleys; Fireplaces; Stonework; Rocks; Mantels; Clocks & watches;
    • A large stone fireplace is the centerpiece of this photograph. The fireplace is made of large rocks and has a wooden mantel. There is a clock on the mantle in the center. Perpendicular to the fireplace there is a rack with more than a dozen bowling...
    • Foyer at Fort Comfort

    • Pianos; Stools; Tables; Chairs; Stools; Cuckoo clocks; Stairways; Rugs; Plants;
    • Three rectangular support columns lead up to a wood beamed ceiling in this image of a foyer. There is a wide staircase in the center of the foyer with wooden railings and a landing before it turns in the opposite direction continuing upward. There...
    • Views of Fort Comfort

    • Automobiles; Bowling alleys; Parking lots; Pianos; Stairways; Dirt roads; Rugs; Fireplaces; Bowling balls; People
    • This image consists of three separate elements. The top one is a sepia postcard showing the foyer at Fort Comfort park, the middle image is a grainy black and white photograph showing a stone fireplace and rack of bowling balls, and the bottom...
    • Piermont village hall

    • Buildings; Automobiles; Pediments; Storefronts;
    • This black and white photograph is of the brick building that is the Piermont Village Hall. The brick building is two stories tall with a prominent pediment. There are elongated windows on the second floor that are arched. The front entrance is...
    • Women's Golden Pins

    • Bowling; Women;
    • In the 1960's, there was a bowling alley in Nyack at the top of Main Street across from the fire house. Raso Distributor sponsored a women's bowling competition. Pictured are Ethel Doller, Shirley Halgren, and Catherine Raso.
    • 35 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • 35 Main Street is a neat, one-and-a-half story house that has survived well. A solid gate on the right side leads to an alley. Like #13 and #33, this house was one of the first residences in the hamlet of Nyack in the early 1800s. This picture was...
    • Nyack Rowing Association

    • Rowing; Boat clubs; Rivers;
    • This view of the Nyack Rowing Association was taken from the south, through a screen of leaves. It was constructed just south of Burd Street and extended into the Hudson River. When it opened in 1882, it provided members with boat storage, smoking...

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