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  • Description: Jewelry
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    • Hudson-Champlain award-winning parade float 1959

    • Photographs; Floats (Parades); Parades & processions; Students; Hats; Clothing & dress; Typewriters; Science;
    • Color photo of the Dutchess Community College award winning parade float of 1959. Seated on the float are 3 men and 2 women. Rip Van Winkle is standing on the top of the float - you can see the end of his beard. The base of the float is in red,...
    • African American woman

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Dresses; Ribbons;
    • An African American woman wears a dress in the style of the early 1890s. This may or may not be the same dating as the photograph. The design of the fabric of her dress is woven in. It is likely wool, and a careful look at the stitching...
    • Young woman with corsage

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Hats; Collars; Lace; Blouses; Skirts; Belts (Clothing); Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Corsages; Coats; Jewelry;
    • This young person's hair is upswept and on it sits a marvelous hat of velvet, ruched velvet and jewelry. Her blouse has a high stiff collar and tucks, lace and a piece of fine jewelry. Around her neck and hanging down front is a long chain with...
    • Studio portrait of two women

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Blouses; Skirts; Dresses; Wool; Necklaces; Jewelry; Bracelets; Ribbons; Lace; Fleur-de-lis;
    • An older woman wears a middy blouse, probably linen with a high necked ”V” insert, above a wool skirt with welted seams. Rows of tucking in the shirt echo the shape of the “V.” Her accessories include a long necklace of beads, a decorative pin...
    • Bride with corseted waist

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Brides; Corsets; Hairstyles; Dresses; Embroidery; Gloves; Veils;
    • This studio portrait of a seated bride with upswept hair, high neckline and pouter pigeon style bodice is characteristic of middle/upper-middle class women's garments of this period. The bridal gown's bodice is adorned with a variety of...
    • Unit 08--New Rochelle Business District (continued)

    • Business enterprises; Business districts; Parades & processions; Social aspects; Educational facilities;
    • Regional/National (chain) Shoe stores were also located in the business district of Main Street (primarily between Center Ave. and North Ave.). There were several restaurants/eateries as well: that included Schraft's. Other stores were Boston...
    • Ackerman & Dutcher Advertisement

    • Advertisements;
    • This advertisement for Ackerman & Dutcher describes the establishment as a source for jewelry, watches, silverware, cameras, picture framing, and phonographs. Pictured are a view of Nyack, the Ackerman and Dutcher store at 6 South Broadway,...
    • Dale and Deed, a Nyack Business

    • Business enterprises; Postcards;
    • Dale and Deed, a small local business selling clothes, shoes, and jewelry, occupied the ground floor of this three-story building at 26 North Broadway in Nyack.
    • Ten South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Storefronts;
    • The Commercial Building was built with three stories but the upper floor was removed sometime after 1900. Only two stories remain. Edward Hopper's father had a dry goods store where the thrift shop is now. Shea's Drugs was replaced by a Maria...
    • 6 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Storefronts;
    • This sturdy brick structure on the west side of Broadway was built by Victor Ackerman in the 1880s for his jewelry business. Unfortunately, the appearance of the store has been altered. A few details of the building's history are found in the 1989...
    • Neisner's and other Main Street businesses, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Clothing stores; Business districts;
    • Neisner's was a men's store on Main Street, owned by a local businessman. Neisner's II was in New City. The stores carried brand names like Botany 55, London Fog, and Arrow shirts. Sing Jewelry was next to Neisner's but farther down the street was...
    • 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...
    • Blue Bird Shop, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts; Clothing stores;
    • The Blue Bird Shop, selling women's apparel, once occupied the prime location at the corner of Main Street and Broadway in Nyack. The next store on main Street was not a sewing machine shop but a jewelry store owned by Charles Singer, a Swiss...
    • Liberty Crafts, Nyack, NY

    • Stores & shops; Storefronts; Business districts; Postcards;
    • Liberty Crafts occupied the store at the corner of South Broadway and Burd Street for two decades, selling jewelry, beads, clothing, and imported decorative items for the home. The popular Nyack shop closed in 2005.
    • Aunt Sucie, Nyack, NY

    • Women; Cartes de visite; Portrait photographs;
    • Aunt Sucie is included with the Merritt/Crawford family photographs, but her relationship to the family is not known. In this carte de visite, she is wearing a dark colored dress with a lace collar. A round brooch at the neck is offset by a wide...

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