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  • Description: Lynn
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    • Eating pizza

    • College students--New York (State);
    • This woman eating pizza is identified as Lynn Tietjen, '70.
    • On the lawn of Riverknoll, Grand View, NY

    • Portrait photographs; Families;
    • The Merritt family gathered on the northeast lawn of Riverknoll, the house in Grand View, in the summer of 1916. From the left are Peggy Lynn Merritt, Dick Merritt, Grace Heiler Merritt - mother, Arthur Merritt - dad, Marguerite Goubert Merritt,...
    • Upper Nyack School

    • Schools; School children; Teachers;
    • These nineteen students were in the fifth grade of Upper Nyack Elementary in 1948. Their teacher was Joan Ferwerda. In the top row are Carole Dec, Harry Hall, Billy Duncan, Larry Wolcott, Jackie Babcock. In the second row: Edmund Lemire, Mary Lynn...
    • Plattekill School students 1966-1967

    • School children; Education; Schools; Teachers;
    • School group photograph of Plattekill children in grades 4 and 5 in 1966-67. From left to right (kneeling) Ted Bennett and Bobby Bennett; (1st row) Sam Ortez, Ralph Encarnacion, Paula --?--, Ada Gonzales, Darlene Colandrea, Felix Castro, Brenda...
    • Of Colonists and Commuters, Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Books; Women
    • This is a black and white photograph of Sarah Horowitz, Lynn Clark, and Tykle Horowitz. They are standing in front of an enlarged image of the cover of the book "Of Colonists and Commuters: A History of Scarsdale" which was published by the Junior...
    • Of Colonists and Commuters, Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • People; books
    • This is a black and white photograph of eight men and women standing in front of a backdrop with an enlarged image of the cover of the book "Of Colonists and Commuters: A History of Scarsdale". There are copies of the book on a table in front of...
    • Civil War Record of James Lynn

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865
    • James Lynn was born on April 5, 1838 in Goshen, New York. He was the son of James and Jane Lynn. Jane Lynn died in 1849. He was a resident of Orange County where he was a farmer's teamster. He enlisted in the 168th New York State Volunteers on...

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