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    • Sun Flower Bells Masonic Minstrels

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    • This is a group photograph of a meeting of Masons dressed in blackface. It also includes one person in women's clothing, another in Scottish Highlands dress and another dressed as an English lord. Minstrel shows were a phenomenon that began in...
    • Pete Seeger

    • Musicians; Activists;
    • Pete Singer, with guitar, is singing at Nyack's Memorial Park in 1970. The tambourinist is not identified.
    • John Anthony Singing

    • Libraries; Centennial celebrations; Singers; African Americans;
    • John Anthony, opera singer, performs with the Martin Luther King Singers at the Nyack Library Centennial Celebration. In the back on the left are Andrea Blythewood and Bert Hughes, both teachers at Nyack High School. On the right is George Bryant,...
    • A Gathering of Journalists

    • Reporters;
    • Seated on a banquette and around a small table are Janet Fisch, Bob Knight, Steve Singer, unknown, Anne Crawford, Virginia Parkhurst, Marilyn ?, Peter Ramundo, and Joe Marsico in front. Most, if not all, were associated with the Rockland County...
    • Performers at memorial park, Nyack

    • African Americans; Singers;
    • Singer Emi Kemp checks sound equipment before a performance at Memorial Park in Nyack. There was a youth center with deck and pool near the brook. Ronnie Taylor, Giles Stewart, and Ray Minniefield are in the background. Ernie Buxton was the...
    • Neisner's and other Main Street businesses, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Clothing stores; Business districts;
    • Neisner's was a men's store on Main Street, owned by a local businessman. Neisner's II was in New City. The stores carried brand names like Botany 55, London Fog, and Arrow shirts. Sing Jewelry was next to Neisner's but farther down the street was...
    • Blue Bird Shop, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts; Clothing stores;
    • The Blue Bird Shop, selling women's apparel, once occupied the prime location at the corner of Main Street and Broadway in Nyack. The next store on main Street was not a sewing machine shop but a jewelry store owned by Charles Singer, a Swiss...
    • "Clearwater" fund-raising event in Nyack, NY

    • Parks; Festivals;
    • A crowd is listening to this unidentified singer during the first "Clearwater' sloop fund-raising festival to be held in Nyack. Memorial Park on the waterfront was the setting in August 1970. A large sign in the background proclaims, "This river is...
    • Lt. Theodore Kerchman Post No. 84, Nyack, NY

    • Men; Veterans;
    • The Lt. Theodore Kerchman Post No. 84 of the Jewish War Veterans of the United States gathered for a group portrait. Although the exact time and place of the photograph is unknown, the names of the veterans are known. In the front row, left to...

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