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  • Description: Lent
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    • Group photograph Tomkins Cove

    • Photographs;
    • People in the photograph are identified on a separate sheet of paper. The girl on the far left is identified as Anastasia Smith, to the right over her shoulder is Marion Morris; to the right in front is Etta Tomlins, to her right, peering over the...
    • Tomkins Cove business district

    • Automobiles; Schools; General stores; Advertisements; Gasoline pumps; Business districts; Roads;
    • Two cars pass each other driving in opposite directions in this photographic view down a road. There are buildings along the road on both sides. On the left side there is a gas/service station. Lettering on the door of the service station...
    • Students at Tomkins Cove School

    • Portraits; Group portraits;
    • This is a photograph of thirteen people posed in an open doorway for the portrait. The people in the photograph are of varying ages, but they are all young adults. The girls are all in long dresses. Only one boy is fully visible and he is wearing...
    • Orangetown Engine Company Number One 1908

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations;
    • In full dress uniforms and hats, the members of the Orangetown Engine Company Number One (Nyack's oldest fire company) pose for a photo in front of their double doors. A child, Francis McFarlane, sits in the center front. These names are listed on...
    • Abrahm Lent house, Orangeburg, NY

    • Houses; Stone buildings;
    • The Abrahm Lent house was located at 2 South Greenbush Road, also known as the 'road to Tappan,' Orangeburg, NY. The original sandstone dwelling was built in 1752; the closer wing was added later. The porch, obscured by foliage, is modern. The...
    • Unit 01 Arthur McElroy tells of Somers connection

    • Circus animals; Circuses & shows;
    • Arthur McElroy reflects about his circus/menagerie heritage, visits to Somers and family in Somers, b. in NYC, grew up in Irvington but always considered Somers his 2nd home; speaks of relationship to Bailey family. his family paid regular visits...
    • Unit 03  Arthurs Lent Connection

    • Shopping; Barter; Farming; Holidays; Fairs;
    • all family buried in Somers at Ivandell Cemetery. Lewis Lent has vault; explains how people got goods..shopping in different places. Purdys Station and Croton, Mt. Kisco. most people "raised their own milk" and slaughtered their own meat; people...
    • Unit 08  McElroys Childhood Memories

    • Fires; Robberies
    • describes father as New Yorker but went to Somers alot which is where he met his wife; first married Arthur's Aunt, then his mom, Linda Lent; reflects on childhood in NY; recounts fire in Murray Hill Hotel; burglar at Galatin ; sister poked burglar...
    • July 4th Parade, 1952

    • Parades & processions; Fire fighters;
    • Fire Commissioners of the Village of Tuxedo Park in front of the Tuxedo Club inspecting the Fire Department. (Reproduced from Zupko's picture which he lent.) Rear from left to right: Chief Robert Bentley, Commissioner Hunt Tilford Wegstaff,...

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