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  • Description: Mott
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    • An Idea Worth Millions.

    • Clippings; Dairy products; Railroads; Milk; Dairying; Milkmen & milkwomen;
    • Newspaper clipping relates an early history of the fresh milk dairy industry. Believe written by Edward Harold Mott, famed author of “Between the Ocean and the Lakes; The Story of Erie.”
    • The Original Conklin Team.

    • Business people; Group portraits;
    • Turn of the century group photograph of some of the original business partners of George R. Conklin: front row, George Strong, Warwick; George M. Roe, Chester; Mr. Conklin. Back row, George Sullivan, New Milford; John Cummins, Goshen; Zeal...
    • Parish house St. John's Episcopal church

    • Parish houses; Porches; Quoins;
    • This is a photograph of a two-story stone house with quoins and a covered front porch. The flat roof has small eyebrow gables over the windows. There are a few individuals sitting or standing on the porch. Caption reads, "Parish House St. John's...
    • Piermont rowing

    • Rowing; Rowers; Rowing races; Sports; Rivers; Collages;
    • This image is a framed collage of matted photographs concerning the sport of rowing within the Village of Piermont. There are a total of nine photographs. The words 'Champions of Rockland Co. August 26, 1885 are written on the mat as well as the...
    • Nyack Trustees Preparing for a Republican Parade

    • Elephants; Politicians;
    • Nyack officials perched atop Mom, the Clarkstown Country Club's elephant matriarch, ready for a Republican parade through Nyack in 1932. Dr. Bernard generously loaned his elephants for such events. In the canopy seat, left to right, are trustees...
    • South Nyack: The Bell Memorial Chapel

    • Chapels; Towers; Houses;
    • The Bell Memorial Chapel was located at the corner of Clinton and Hillside (9W) Avenues and surrounded by a picket fence. In front there is a tall bell tower and the chapel is behind; both are built of Indiana limestone. On the back is "Wayside...
    • Mazeppa Engine Company Number 2 ready for parade, Nyack, NY

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations;
    • Mazzeppa Engine Company members pause in front of the company headquarters before a 1913 parade. Supreme Court Justice Arthur S. Tompkins, a member of the company for 50 years, sits in the center of the front row. Front row: E. Smith, J. Kolyer, A....

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