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  • Description: Grocery
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    • "Vic" the Butcher

    • Butchers
    • "Victor Salladin", verso of photograph. Long time residents still remember Vic's Village Variety as a place to buy fresh meats, breads, and general grocery items, and Vic himself as a warm proprietor never too busy to show kindess to children. ...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural: Rhinebeck ca. 1940

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Village communities; Radio;
    • Panel 12 of Rhinebeck Post Office Mural. From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" Contemporary Rhinebeck, deserted orchard on the left--Productive one on the right--The State Road, a milk truck-- violet houses, Park Plaza, the latest real estate...
    • Main Street in the snow

    • Villages; Snow; Sleds & sleighs;photographs
    • Photograph of Main Street under a March snow. Signs seen on the left side (close to far): City Pharmacy; Coal; Brooks Wagon Shop; Hughes Grocery. Mutschele Bakery on the right side.
    • Lediger's Store, Blauvelt

    • Stores & shops; Bicycles & tricycles; Horses; Carts & wagons; Utility poles;
    • True photograph postcard showign Lediger's Store, Blauvelt, NY. On back of postcard is written " This is Lediger's Grocery Store or the new store as we always used to call it, it is just south of the railroad bridge, it is the only grocery store...
    • Greetings from Rockland Lake strip

    • Postcards; Lakes & ponds; Icehouses; Ice industry; Business enterprises; Postmasters; Postal service employees; Postal service; Post offices; Grocery stores; Streets
    • A strip of four postcards. The first is of harvesting the ice of Rockland Lake and shows one of three ice houses at Rockland Lake. The second postcard is Main Street, Rockland Lake. The third postcard is Florence Brinkerhoff, Rockland Lake...
    • Second Time Around

    • Photographs; Clippings; Business enterprises;
    • Two photographs. The first photograph is a building that has significant fire damage. There re several people standing near the building. The second photograph is of several buildings and businesses. The text under the photographs reads,...
    • Unit 03-West End of New Rochelle

    • Immigrants; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods;
    • His family lived on 2nd Street in the west end of New Rochelle. He remebers certain fixtures of the neighborhood: the Union Ave. Fire House, two or three different saloons as well as a couple of grocery stores. He claims that there was a Harlem...
    • Unit 02-Family Connections

    • Immigrants; Ethnic groups; Emigration & immigration; Cultural Relations; Religious education; Families; Language; Work ethic; Real estate business; Depressions; Automobile repair;
    • On his childhood: he remembers that the Iselin Family owned several acres of farmland along the Hudson Park/Davenport Neck area. His family lived on Alpha Place,a street very close to the Hudson Park area. His father owned a grocery store; he...
    • Unit 02-Family Story of Emigration to U.S.

    • Family; Emigration & immigration; Ethnic groups; Business enterprises; Business district; Military organizations; Automobile driving; Physical conditions; Diseases;
    • He remembers that some of his graduating high school classmates of 1941 enlisted in the Armed Forces immediately following their graduation. City Hall was also located on Main Street, along with many bustling market stores on Main Street and...
    • Hudson House 1999

    • Buildings; Brickwork; Business & finance;
    • The Hudson House of Nyack, a restaurant, was once the Village Hall. The building just beyond, now Bourbon Street, another restaurant, was once a grocery. In the brickwork can be faintly seen, 'Grocery Market Meats Poultry.'
    • G. F. Dorsey & Co., Grocers 1914

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    • The grocery business of G. F. Dorsey occupied the southwest corner of DePew Avenue and Franklin Street. A man in a white apron stands in the doorway. To his left, another man holds a horse attached to a delivery wagon. To the right of the building...

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