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    • John Bard letter to James Starr Clark, March 27, 1873

    • Manuscripts;
    • In this letter to James Starr Clark, John Bard discusses finances of Trinity Academy, and goes on to express dismay at the illness of John Aspinwall. He indicates further that his family is in Stuttgart to enable his daughters Emily and Rosalie a...
    • Cedar Hill Cottage

    • Photographs; Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.);
    • Emily Olssen Bleeker lived at in Cedar Hill Cottage as a child when her father, the Rev. William Whittingham Olssen taught at St. Stephen's in the late 19th. century. Her recently published memoir 'A New York Lady' includes a passage about living...
    • Emily F. Becker

    • Clothing & dress; Women; Librarians;
    • This is a portrait of Miss Emily Becker, the first librarian of the Catskill Public Library. She served in that position from 1893 (age 34) to 1931 (age 72).
    • (D) DuBois family and pets

    • Dogs; Pets; Cats; Furniture; Porches; Clothing & dress;
    • William E. DuBois poses with his sister, his niece and pets on the porte-cochères of his home at 81 Prospect Street. Mr. DuBois sits on the porch wall leaning against a pillar. His youngest sister Marian DuBois Hoysradt stands in the rear holding a...
    • Rockland Lake, Rockland, NY

    • Lakes & ponds; Buildings; Dwellings; Roads; Mountains; Trees; Bodies of water;
    • Colored postcard of road near Rockland Lake, NY. Depicts view of Rockland Lake from roadside. Mountains seen in background. Postmark "Nyack, NY Dec. 4, 1906 9am". Postcard addressed to "Miss Emily Grenter, #56 West 54 Street, New York City,...
    • Crazy quilt

    • Quilting;
    • Hand pieced "Crazy" quilt composed of velvet and silk pieces of fabric (30 squares). There is extensive embroidery covering the front of the quilt. Predominant colors are dark blue and brown, in solid, plaid, striped and figured fabric. The border...
    • The Duboisville Friendship quilt

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    • Pieced cotton friendship quilt. Predominant colors are red, yellow, brown and pink. There are 43 ledgeble signatures inscribed on the quilt. The names are as follows: Armstrong, Eliza A; Armstrong, Josephian; Beckworth, Betsy; Beckworth,...
    • Emily Wahrenberger

    • Photographs; Post offices; Political elections;
    • Emily Wahrenberger, 1878-1967, in front of the Republican post office. There are pictures of two men with a sign that says, "Four Years More." Emily Wahrenberger Munson was the daughter of Fred Wahrenberger, postmaster of Palisades.
    • Tomkins Cove School first grade May 1919

    • Students; Teachers; Group portraits; Stone walls;
    • This is a group photograph of twenty-seven children and one adult woman. The children in the front row are sitting in chairs and the rest of the children are positioned in rows up a staircase. There is a rock wall on either side of the staircase....
    • Tomkins Cove School, first grade

    • Group portraits; Children; Students; Teachers;
    • This is a group photograph of twenty-seven children and one adult woman. The children in the front row are sitting in chairs and the rest of the children are positioned in rows up a staircase. There is a rock wall on either side of the staircase....
    • Civil War Record of John Gilbert Spier

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
    • John Gilbert Spier was born on April 22, 1846 in Wellsburgh, New York. His father was James Spier and mother Emily Crumb. His occupation was machinist. He enlisted as a Private in the 168th Regiment,Company J on September 27, 1862 in Newburgh,...
    • First Reformed Church 1938 Centennial

    • Churches; Centennial celebrations; Costumes;
    • Members dressed in 1838 costumes for the Nyack Dutch Reformed Church Centennial include (left to right) Ethel Storms, Emily Cairoli, Myrtis Cairoli, and Barbara Thompson O'Shaunessey.
    • "Four Years More," Palisades, NY

    • Post offices; Political campaigns;
    • Emily Wahrenberger stands in front of the small Palisades Post Office, which in 1900 was a campaign headquarters for McKinley and TR Roosevelt.
    • Nyack National Bank, Nyack, NY

    • Banks; Postcards;
    • Three boys stand in front of the Nyack National bank when it was new. Its brick exterior is offset by a decorative frieze and large white columns outlining the main doorway. A message sent to Miss Sarah Mitchell, 1278 Broad Bridge Ave., Stratford,...
    • View of Broadway, Haverstraw, NY

    • Postcards; Streets; Business districts;
    • This early postcard of Broadway in Haverstraw is unusual for its cyan coloring. There are a few people on the streets, near the shops that have awnings. A single horse and wagon are on the right.The card was sent to Miss Selena La Frances of...
    • Nyack Public Library, Nyack on the Hudson

    • Postcards; Libraries;
    • The newly built Nyack Library is featured in the picture-puzzle postcard. No landscaping has been done and no ornaments have been added to the exterior of the building. There is a message written to Miss Emily Greuter, 56 West 54 St. N. Y. City...
    • Butler Woods in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Forests
    • This is a sepia photograph of Butler Woods in Scarsdale, N.Y. A dirt road runs through the woods. Part of a house and fence are visible to the right of the road. The woods are named for Emily O. Butler, who donated 25 acres to the Bronx River...
    • Butler Woods in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Forests; Stone walls;
    • This is a sepia photograph of Butler Woods in Scarsdale, N.Y. One tree stands by a stone wall. Beyond are fields and another stone wall. The woods are named for Emily O. Butler, who donated 25 acres to the Bronx River Parkway Commission in 1913.
    • Butler Woods in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Forests;
    • This is a sepia photograph of Butler Woods in Scarsdale, N.Y. A dirt path covered in leaves runs through the woods. The woods are named for Emily O. Butler, who donated 25 acres to the Bronx River Parkway Commission in 1913.

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