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    • St. Stephen's men, 1875

    • College students--New York (State); St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.);
    • Eight students of St.Stephen's college sit outside of Stone Row wearing suits, bowties, and top hats. Pencilled in, an arrow points to a student, labeled "Nelson Lewis 1875." In addition to Lewis, the 1914 alumni directory indicates that the...
    • Mabel Hunter Schilling in Monroe with bicycle.

    • Postcards; Villages; Railroad crossings; Railroad stations; Stress;
    • Photo postcard of Monroe where Main Street crosses Erie Main Line. Depot on right. Arrow points to, Mabel (Kaki) Elizabeth Hunter Schilling, 1888-1976, wearing sailor girl outfit, with her bicycle, near telegraph pole. Businesses visible in photo...
    • To my Valentine

    • Holidays; Celebrations;
    • Postcard of a large red heart with a golden arrow through it with two angels in the foreground, surrounded by flowers in pink and yellow. The left hand corner reads "To my Valentine" and two names are written along each side of the heart.
    • Gair Box Shop Demolition

    • Demolition; Fences; Trucks;
    • This image consists of two photographs one aligned directly above the other. Both photographs depict a demolition project in progress. Handwritten on the bottom of the top image are the words,"Gair Cartons Box Shop Demolition 1997". In the top...
    • Old Fort Comfort Inn chicken dinners

    • Signs (Notices); Advertisements; Arrows;
    • This image shows two arrow-shaped signs with exactly the same information on each. The arrows point to the left and have the traditional fan-shaped tail on the arrow. The message on the arrow is "Old Fort Comfort Inn. Piermont-on-Hudson. Chicken...
    • Tappan Library sign

    • Signs (Notices); Libraries; People;
    • Two men hold onto a wooden sign post as they erect the sign. The man on the left is holding a level; the man on the right is looking upward at the hanging sign on the post. The man on the right is wearing glasses. The sign reads, "Tappan Library"....
    • Fastest Boat in the World, The Arrow

    • Boats; Boat & ship industry;
    • The boat Arrow is illustrated in a hand drawn advertisement for Samuel Ayers & Son, boat builders. The ship yard was in Upper Nyack. This is on the back of an Ackerman and Dutcher photograph, "Beach Upper Nyack (#0003)."
    • Second grade class, Nyack, NY

    • School children;
    • Twenty second-graders pose for their class picture, in the schoolyard on Liberty Street, Nyack, NY. Although the picture is wrinkled and ripped, the smiles on the faces are charming. Manie is identified with an arrow and on the back is written,...
    • Tomkins Cove quarry, Stony Point, NY

    • Quarreling; Quarrying; Stone quarrying; Postcards;
    • The Tomkins Cove Stone Quarry was below the railroad tracks and near the Hudson River in the Town of Stony Point. Small stretches of track led to the stone cliff face. Tons of earth and stone were removed in the quarrying process. the arrow on 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...
    • 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...
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    • Two notes, one envelope and an image of cupid sitting on a hear with an arrow all attached to a sheet of paper.
    • Arrow collar advertisement published in 1915 yearbook of Pawling School, Pawling, New York

    • Advertisements; Boarding schools; Business people; Clothing & dress; Clothing industry; Collars; Philanthropists; Trademarks; Advertising; Shirts; Private schools; Schools; Students
    • This advertisement was published in 1915 in Pawling School's yearbook, The Scroll, and the man pictured in the illustration was known as "The Arrow Collar Man, " forerunner to "The Marlborough Man." The detachable collars could be attached to dress...
    • Dramatic Club, members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1920-1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Actors; Student organizations
    • This photograph was taken during the 1920-1921 school year at Pawling School, an all male private boarding school in Pawling, New York; it shows members of the Dramatic Club, most of whom are dressed in three-piece suits and Arrow shirts and...
    • 163rd General Hospital Nurses Corp

    • World War, 1939-1945; World War, 1939-1945--Medical care;
    • Group portrait of the 163rd General Hospital Corp in England, 1994. All women are clad in military uniforms. Arrow points to Jane Secor, positioned in the second to last row and standing fifth from the right.

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