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    • Patrick's Diner

    • Postcards; Photographic postcards; Diners (Restaurants);
    • Color photo of the exterior of Patrick's Diner. "Featuring Ulster County's most modern Diner, with home-cooked meals and pies. Complete fountain service, cleanliness, and sanitation stressed throughout. Spacious parking area." - letterpress caption...
    • Patrick's Diner, Highland, New York

    • Postcards; Diners (Restaurants); Waitresses; Counters;
    • Color image of the exterior of Patrick's diner and an inset image of the counter at Patrick's diner with a man and waitress. "The Most Modern Diner in Ulster County. Opened Jan. 3rd, 1946 featuring home cooked meals, complete fountain service, an...
    • Rockland Theater: North Broadway

    • Theaters
    • The large Rockland Theater is centered in the picture, with the Club Diner on its right and other buildings on its left. Three cars are parked on the street. The marquee advertises: George Arliss in --ast Gentleman & - Day Bike Rider.
    • Nyack  Parade Goers 1950

    • Parades & processions; Street vendors; Business districts;
    • Nyack villagers have gathered on a cool day for the annual firemen's parade. A vendor passes by with balloons for sale. A diner, a Firestone tire store, and H. Koehler Company, a butcher, are businesses on Main Street at the time.
    • Norway Diner, Nyack, NY

    • Diners (Restaurants); Urban renewal;
    • The Norway Diner was on Franklin Street in Nyack and was one of many buildings demolished for the Urban Renewal Project. The diner featured Norwegian-American cooking and homemade pies, cakes, and puddings. Coffee was advertised prominently. Inside...
    • Flooded businesses, West Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Floods; Diners (Restaurants);
    • Businesses on the north side of Route 59 in West Nyack were repeatedly flooded after heavy rains as the Hackensack River overflowed its banks. When the Palisades Center was built, many of these businesses moved to other locations. Hogan's Diner, in...
    • Traverson's Coffee Shoppe, Wooden Indian Restaurant

    • Restaurants;
    • Traverson's Coffee Shoppe, was located at the west end of a strip mall on Route 59, near Waldron Avenue. It was also known as the Wooden Indian Restaurant. After the O'Gormans retired, the restaurant went through several transformations and...
    • Main Street at Park, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Advertisements; Business districts;
    • The tall brick building facing Main Street had a number of advertisements painted on the Park side. The largest proclaimed Schenley as the Whiskey of Elegance. A smaller sign pointed the way to the Central Diner. The stores on Main were Jean's...
    • Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Streets; Business districts;
    • Cars line both sides of Nyacks' Main Street on this busy day in 1935. On the south side are the Nyack Hotel - dine, dance, bar; Rockland Ellish Furriers- complete fur storage; Neustart Drugs - Cut Rate Drugs; H. T. Holliday Jeweler; The Office Bar...
    • Skating on pond, Nyack, NY

    • Ice skating; Automobiles; Lakes & ponds;
    • Villagers gathered on a winter day to skate on the ice at the big pond on Route 59 just west of Route 9W. An interesting collection of cars lines the side of the ice; perhaps the date should be 1939. The pond, owned by the Felter Ice Company, is...
    • Hezekiah Easter Interview Part 14: Mount Moor Cemetery

    • Cemeteries; Historic sites; Historical markers;
    • Easter recounts his role in Mount Moor Cemetery's recognition as a national landmark. Key words: New York State Mount Moor Cemetary Corporation, Rev. Taylor, Pilgrim Baptist Church, Leonard Goldstein, Nyack High...
    • Part 08: The Nyack community of color and "urban removal"

    • People; Urban renewal; Underground railroad system;
    • This begins the third day of Parkhurst's interview in which Parkhurst focuses primarily on the Nyack community of color, continues with the theme of "urban removal." Key Words: Bailey's School, Ella Brandt, South Nyack, Miss Bailey, Brookside,...

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