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  • Description: Sam's
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    • Views of Ellenville, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Buildings; Waterfalls;
    • Picture of 10 postcards; showing buildings, outdoor scenes, animals, and people from the Ellenville area. Pictures include huckleberry pickers, Sam's Point, and O & W Station. Handwritten note on front. Postmarked 1906.
    • 12 images of Ellenville, N.Y.

    • hiking; cliffs; climbing; mountains; hills; valleys; views; trails & paths; trees; rocks; homes & haunts; people; houses; buildings; architecture; windows; roofs; porches; roads; streets; sidewalks; walkways; reservoirs; waterfalls; water; knives;...
    • Black and white photographs of twelve buildings and views in and near Ellenville, New York, labeled: "Maple Ave., Ellenville, N.Y.; O & W Station; The Canal; School No. 1; 'Chetolah' Residence of Geo. Inniss, Jr.; High School; Lutheran Church;...
    • Renella's Groceries in Nyack

    • Grocery stores;
    • Renella's Groceries occupied the lower left store of a building on the south side of Main Street, just west of Franklin Street. Sam's Glass and Paint, another long-time Nyack business, occupied the next building up the hill.
    • 159 and 165 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Grocers;
    • Above these two famous Nyack stores on the south side of Main Street are two-story residences. Renella's Groceries and Sam's Paint and Glass were both in business for many, many years.
    • 165 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts;
    • This house/business was for many years the location of Sam's Auto Glass, which was one of the better art supply spots in the county. It has since been any number of ventures, including this as a video store. Today it is a bakery and coffee shop.
    • Moeller Block, Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Stores & shops;
    • Businesses occupying the Moeller Block (South Broadway from Main Street to Burd Street) in 1958 included Maxwell's and Sam's Star Market. These buildings date from the late 1880s and are much the same today. Phillip Moeller was a druggist and real...

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