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    • St. Stephen's College Graduating Class of 1896

    • College students--New York (State); St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); Photographs; College graduates
    • Members of the St. Stephen's College graduating class of 1896 pose in traditional cap and gown around St. Margaret's Well, built in memory of Margaret Bard. The St. Stephen's College Messenger covered Commencement exercises, reporting that the...
    • Radio Blinker Signal Set

    • Radio industry; Telegraph
    • Frank B. Perry and Sons of Newton, Mass. made the "Radio Blinker Signal Set," patented in 1917. Made under contract for the U.S. Army Air Service, presumedly preparing soldiers for service in World War I. The trainee operated the key set on top...
    • The 'Four Minute Men', Kingston, New York

    • Group portraits; War bonds & funds; Flags
    • A group portrait of the "Four Minute Men," prominent Kingston gentlemen who gave 4 minute talks on patriotism and bond buying during World War I. The men would give their talks between reels at three local theatres. The handwritten numbers on the...
    • "The Willows" Home

    • Buildings; People; houses; Willows; Dwellings; Porches; Draperies; Streets; Lawns;
    • Side view of "The Willows," Harry S. Newton house, River Road, Nyack, NY. Home of Arthur Merritt and children: Arthur Royden, Henry, Kenneth, Constance, and Florence.
    • Rev. Newton L. Reed

    • Photographs; Portrait photographs;
    • Rev. Newton L. Reed was born in 1953. He was the pastor at the Presbyterian Church from 1883-1889. The bottom of the photograph is signed, "Sincerely Yours, Newton L. Reed."
    • Mary Newton and Dorothy Gates

    • Portrait photographs;
    • Two young girls stand side-by-side. The taller girl on the left wears a white blouse with a lace collar. The other wears a printed frock with a kerchief tied around the neck. The Newton family lived on Piermont Avenue in South Nyack.
    • Mary Simonson Newton

    • Women; Portrait photographs;
    • Mary Simonson Newton wore a dark, lace-trimmed dress for her photograph. At her throat is a brooch and on her ears, long earrings.This photograph is from the Arthur Merritt family. Mary was the great-grandmother of the man who donated the pictures...
    • Kenneth Newton Merritt, Nyack, NY

    • Football; Football players; Portrait photographs;
    • Kenneth Newton Merritt, in his football uniform, stands at the Overlook Academy (School) in Nyack. His turtleneck sweater do not conceal shoulder pads, and his pants are laced and padded above high boots.
    • Kenneth Newton Merritt

    • Men; Portrait photographs;
    • Kenneth Newton Merritt sits in a leather chair in a living room filled with pictures and furnishings.
    • Florence Newton Merritt

    • Women; Portrait photographs;
    • Florence Newton Merritt, in a beaded and embroidered dress, poses demurely for her portrait. Florence was the wife of Arthur Merritt and they lived in Grand View on River Road, in a house called "The Willows." This house was sold to the Merritts by...
    • Mr. and Mrs. Francis John Newton Tallman

    • Portrait photographs;
    • Francis John Newton Tallman and his wife pose in their living room in Nyack. He was the famous organ builder and the inventor of the tracker organ. He inherited the business from his father, John Tallman, who began building pianos in Nyack in 1832....
    • First Baptist fiftieth anniversary, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Organs;
    • In 1904, the First Baptist Church had a fiftieth anniversary celebration and the sanctuary was bedecked with flowers. Behind the pulpit stood the pipes and the organ built by Francis John Newton Tallman, who had an organ factory on Third Avenue....
    • Nyack on the Hudson

    • Waterfronts; Postcards;
    • Two postcards of the Nyack waterfront on the Hudson River. The one that is in very in poor condition has this typed description attached to the bottom: "Right foreground by Nyack Brook, shoddy factory; Huested's coal yard, DePew's greenhouses in...
    • Tallman Piano and Organ Factory, Nyack, NY

    • Factories; Organs; Pianos;
    • This three-story building housed Francis John Newton Tallman's Piano and Organ Factory on North Broadway between Second and Third Avenues. This postcard (?) was reproduced in The Citizen, a local newspaper, but the date in unknown. This picture and...

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