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    • Civil War Veterans Soldiers' Monument

    • Dedications; Celebrations; Carriages & coaches; Crowds;
    • A large crowd gathers at a statue of a soldier standing on a white pedestal with a plaque. In the crowd are two white horses pulling a carriage. A second carriage is visible, but the horses for that carriage are not. A third horse, facing away from...
    • Holy Name Society medal

    • Medals; Ribbons;
    • This is a religious medal. A red ribbon with the inscription, "Holy Name Society Immaculate Conception Church Tompkins (sic) Cove N.Y." At the top there is a gold-colored bar with a decorative flourish. On the back of this bar there is a pin. At...
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    • This postcard show a map of the Lower Hudson Valley from New York City up to Newburgh. Towns and roads on both sides of the river are identified. A selection of the place names identified include : Hackensack, N. J.; Paterson, N.J.; Yonkers, N.Y.;...
    • Topographic Map - Tompkins Hill

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    • This map depicts a large hill with the notation "Hill is the property of Mr. Tompkins who lives at the foot of it on the S. side. Horton Lake bears SW 1/2 mile." Mr. Tompkins house and barn are indicated in a drawing. There is also a large rock on...
    • John V.  Burr

    • Schools; School board members; Portrait photographs;
    • John V. Burr poses for the camera with his right hand on a chair and his left on his hip. His hair is slicked back and he has a heavy beard. During the Civil War, Mr. Burr formed one of the first musical societies in Nyack, dedicated to the singing...
    • Arthur S. Tompkins

    • Portraits; Schools; School board members; Judges;
    • Arthur S. Tompkins, a Nyack school trustee in 1902 and later the Supreme Court Judge of the Ninth Judicial District, was a well- known Nyacker.
    • July 5, 1919 homecoming parade in Nyack, NY

    • Parades & processions;
    • A parade unit of men in suits, all wearing straw hats, passes through the "Welcome Home" archway that was erected on South Broadway. The man on the left in the front row is Judge Arthur Tompkins.
    • Residence of Judge Tompkins, Nyack, NY

    • Postcards; Houses;
    • Judge Arthur S. Tompkins was a prominent resident and official of Nyack and Rockland County for many years. As the researcher looks through the many local directories, his place of business and residence change often. This grand half-timbered house...
    • 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....
    • Portion of 1935 Mazeppa program, Nyack, NY

    • Fire stations; Programs;
    • This picture, along with #5005 and 5006, is a portion of a Mazeppa fire company testimonial dinner honoring Judge Arthur S. Tompkins. Tompkins, a prominent Nyacker, was elected a member of the fire company in 1885 and served until 1935. The program...
    • Honorable Arthur S. Tompkins

    • Fire fighters; Fire stations; Judges;
    • Judge Arthur S. Tompkins was pictured on the programcover for the event which commorated his fifty years of service to the Mazeppa Fire Company. His signature is below the dates November 4, 1885 to November 4, 1935.
    • The Baer Wine and Liquor Company

    • Liquor stores; Business & finance; Storefronts;
    • In the left-hand image showing the interior of the Baer Wine and Liquor Company, 15 North Broadway, Nyack, NY, two men are standing near the counter. One is wearing a long white apron. The second image shows the exterior of the store; 3 men are...
    • 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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