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    • Map of the Town of Red Hook, 1815

    • Red Hook (N.Y. : Town)--Maps
    • Reproduction of a map originally dated December 8, 1815 of the town of Red Hook, including what is now Tivoli and Annandale. The map's creator, John Cox Junior was Rhinebeck's town supervisor from 1808-1818. The map's inscription indicates that...
    • Horse thief reward poster

    • Photographs; Wanted posters;
    • A poster for a $500 reward for catching a horse thief. The reward is offered by the Town Board of Clarkstown, Rockland County, New York. For the information leading to the arrest and conviction of any horse thief or thieves caught, arrested and...
    • Girl Scouts and Brownies Planting Shrubbery

    • Politicians; Girls;
    • Girl Scouts and Brownies are planting shrubbery at the new Orangetown Town Hall. Supervisor Clarence Noyes is kneeling at the left. Standing in the back are Councilman Joseph Wright, Town clerk Bernard Vallilgny, and Scout leader Diane Rivet. Mrs....
    • The Beginning of Paramedic Care in Rockland County

    • Hospitals; Ambulances;
    • Representatives of several groups have gathered in the president's office in Nyack Hospital to sign an agreement for an A. L. S. contract, beginning paramedic care in Rockland County. Clarkstown, the hospital paramedics, and four ambulance corps...
    • Opening of Orangetown Sewage Treatment Plant

    • Government officials; Sewerage;
    • On the day the Orangetown Sewage Treatment Plant opened, Donald Brenner, superintendent of the plant and Clarence Noyes, Orangetown Supervisor, stand on a walkway of the treatment area. The man on the right is not identified.
    • Piermont village officials

    • Municipal officials; Portrait photographs;
    • Village of Piermont officials stand for a photograph. From left to right are Trustee William Lynch, Mayor Rocco Memmolo, Judge John Gallucci, and Trustee America "Bo" Di Francesca. Di Francesca later became Orangetown Supervisor.
    • Grand opening of Nyack Farmers' Market

    • Farmers' markets;
    • Mayor Terry Hekker cuts the ribbon opening the first Nyack Farmers Market on July 10, 1997. From the right in the front row are Orangetown Supervisor Tom Kleiner, Alex Gromack, Hekker, Assemblyman Sam Colman, and County Executive Scott Vanderhoef....
    • Farley Bridge, Stony Point, NY

    • Bridges; Plaques; Historical markers;
    • The James A. Farley Bridge in Stony Point was named for a popular Rocklander who was Supervisor of the Town of Stony Point, National Chairman of the Democratic Party, and Postmaster General of the United States. He was born in the hamlet of Grassy...
    • Old Congregation Sons of Israel, Nyack, NY

    • Temples; Synagogues; Dedications;
    • In 1961, the Congregation Sons of Israel was located at the corner of South Broadway and Hudson Avenue. Participants in a dedication service at Temple Israel are (left to right) President Jack Walton of the Congregation Sons of Israel, Rabbi...
    • George Dickey, Nyack, NY

    • Men; School board members; Business people; Legislators;
    • The Honorable George Dickey, a Nyack school trustee in 1879, is dressed in formal wear. He wears glasses, an unusual feature in this set of photographs. From the "Rockland City and Country", October 1885: The Men to Vote for. GEORGE DICKEY....
    • Nyack Library's Groundbreaking Ceremony, 2007

    • Libraries; Municipal officials;
    • On June 30, 2007, Nyack Library broke ground on an $8.6 million expansion that would double its size. Tom Kleiner, Supervisor of the Town of Orangetown, was one of several elected officials taking part in the ceremony.
    • New Construction at Nyack Library, 2007-2011

    • Libraries; Construction;
    • Circulation supervisor Donna Lightfoot Cooper at her office in the circulation area. Circulation is in the area where the old and new buildings meet. Nearby are stairways, elevators, doorways, a ramp to Broadway, and lavatories.
    • Jim Cosse, youth consultant

    • Classrooms; Teachers
    • This is a black and white photograph of Jim Cosse. He is seated at a school desk with six other people. Anita Malina is seated to his left. Cosse was a consultant for Youth Services in Scarsdale from 1979 to 1984. Dr. Cosse was a prominent...
    • Jonathan G. Tompkins

    • People;
    • This is a black and white photograph of a portrait of Jonathan G. Tompkins. He was the father of Daniel D. Tompkins. Following the organization of the Scarsdale Town Government in 1784 he was elected supervisor of the town and reelected each year...
    • Fred Lavis

    • People;
    • This is a black and white photograph of Fred Lavis, mayor of Scarsdale from 1931 to 1933. Quote from "Scarsdale" by Harry Hansen: "Fred Lavis was a railway construction engineer, born in Torquay, Devon, England, January 8, 1871. He came to the...
    • Jonathan G. Tompkins

    • People;
    • This is a black and white photograph of Jonathan G. Tompkins, father of Daniel D. Tompkins. He was the father of Daniel D. Tompkins. Following the organization of the Scarsdale Town Government in 1784 he was elected supervisor of the town and...

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