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    • Eastern States Expo

    • Photographs; Exhibitions; Cattle; Cows; Dairy farming;
    • Photograph of Edmond Butler Brook Farm cattle at the 1919 Eastern States Expo in City of Springfield, Massachusetts. Butler was famous for importing cattle stock from the Isle of Jersey.
    • Deyo house, New Paltz

    • Stone buildings; Houses;
    • Located on Huguenot Street in the village of New Paltz.
      Pierre Deyo built the first structure following the typical plan common in New Paltz, three levels; a cellar, main room and loft. Later the house had an addition of another room put on...
    • View of Piermont, New York

    • Rivers; Coastlines
    • A view across the Hudson River of Piermont, New York in Rockland County. The photograph perspective is from the eastern shore of the Hudson River looking West, as it appears from Irvington, New York. Private homes and the hills north of the...
    • Bear Mountain Bridge from eastern approach

    • Postcards; Bridges; Mountains; Rivers;
    • Looking towards the bridge from the eastern approach, from Peekskill Bear Mountain Bridge Road. When it opened on November 27, 1924, it was the first highway bridge to cross the Hudson River south of Albany, New York and the largest suspension...
    • Tappan Landing

    • Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails;
    • The eastern termination of the N.Y. & Erie Railroad. In the early days this village was known as Tappan Site or Tappan Landing and sometimes Bogartown, it is now called Piermont. Prior to the Revolution a grist mill was built here, and a store was...
    • Tappan Landing

    • Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails
    • The eastern termination of the N.Y. & Erie Railroad. In the early days this village was known as Tappan Site or Tappan Landing and sometimes Bogartown, it is now called Piermont. Prior to the Revolution a grist mill was built here, and a store was...
    • Tappan Landing

    • Postcards; Railroads; Railroad tracks; Railroad rails
    • The eastern termination of the N.Y. & Erie Railroad. In the early days this village was known as Tappan Site or Tappan Landing and sometimes Bogartown, it is now called Piermont. Prior to the Revolution a grist mill was built here, and a store was...
    • Palisades Cascade

    • Drawings; Waterfalls;
    • The following caption is next to the picture, "Nearly opposite Dobbs Ferry a pretty cascade tumbles down in a snowy sheet from the upper edge, and falling on the bank below rushes towards the river in a narrow channel. Dobbs' Ferry is the next...
    • Topographic Map - Van Amburgh's

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    • This map depicts a railroad track running along a causeway on the Hudson River. Beyond the track is an inlet labeled "Basin," at the base of a hill. A road runs along the base of the hill on its eastern side. There is a notation which reads, "On...
    • Balmville Tree, Newburgh, N.Y.

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)-Pictorial Works
    • This is a hand colored postcard picturing the Balmville Tree, the oldest Eastern Cottonwood on record in the United States. A core sample taken by Harvard University in 1953 indicated that it started growing in 1699. It is situated at the...
    • Tappan Landing circa 1839-40

    • Railroads; Piers & wharves; Villages; Views; Railroad locomotives;
    • In a reproduction of a painting, a small engine pulls two passengers cars down the pier towards the Village of Piermont (originally called Tappan Landing). This was the original eastern termination of the New York and Erie Railroad.
    • LeRoy Gates in Middle Eastern Garb

    • Fraternal lodges; Portrait photographs;
    • LeRoy Gates, in Middle Eastern head gear, addresses the Nyack Knights of Pythias, following a trip to Israel which the New York State Pythians had awarded him.
    • St. Charles AME Zion Church, Sparkill, NY

    • Churches; Postcards;
    • For the 1998 Bicentennial of Rockland County, the county historical society reproduced this old picture of St. Charles Church in Sparkill to advertise an exhibit, "Climbing Jacob's Ladder: The Rise of Black Churches in Eastern American Cities,...
    • After a blizzard at Liberty, NY

    • Blizzards; Railroads; Railroad locomotives;
    • Following a powerful blizzard, a number of men are digging a locomotive out of a gigantic snowdrift near Liberty, NY. The train was on the Erie Railroad which was an important transportation link between the eastern and western parts of New York...
    • 132 DePew Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • The Cain House is one of several on DePew Avenue that were built for working class people. It is on the north side of the street, directly opposite Prospect. The lot was sold by Peter and Ann Maria DePew to James Cain in 1859.James was an Irish...
    • Man with potted plants

    • Men; Plants;
    • A middle-aged man sits in front of Middle Eastern style draperies, gazing sardonically at the photographer. At his feet are two pots with plants. Nothing is known about the subject but the negative was found in a box of negatives once owned by the...
    • Part 03: Parkhurst as Society Editor, the Clarkstown Country Club

    • Newspaper editors; Country clubs; Clubs; Fraternal lodges; Elephants; Newspapers; Yoga (Exercise);
    • Parkhurst remembers working for the Journal News and covering the Nyacks, and some of the social aspects of life the paper covered. There is also a lengthy discussion of the Clarkstown Country Club and Dr. Bernard ("Oom the Omnipotent"). Key...

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