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    • Trinity School and grounds

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • This view of the grounds of Trinity School shows the extent of the operation. At its height, the facility included a gymnasium, barn, steam laundry, orchard, garden and vineyard on its ten acre site. James Starr Clark saw to it that the...
    • St. Stephen's Basketball Team

    • St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); College students--New York (State)
    • Pictured is the 1922 basketball standing in front of the Memorial Gymnasium with two formidable looking coaches. The December 6, 1922 issue of the St. Stephen's College Messenger Proof sheet ran a short article on the status of basketbal for the...
    • Salvaged Ludowici Roof Tile

    • Railroad stations; Roofing tiles;
    • An original Ludowici "Imperial" roof tile salvaged from Station roof during the 1991 restoration of Chester's 1915 Erie Railroad Station.

      It bears the following marks: 1-1-15; Ludowici Celadon Co., Chicago; Imperial Tile. This style is...
    • Hudson River, New York

    • Boats; Women; Stereographs
    • Several women in dresses on the shore of the Hudson River near a boat. Back of photograph includes a list of 65 available scenes. "Bloomer's Landing looking across the Hudson" is underlined.
    • Hal Holly oral history interview

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    • Retired IBMer. Hal was hired in Poughkeepsie as an Engineer in 1955. He was on strike working for another company, and IBM would not hire anyone who was on strike. After the strike ended, he was hired. Hal started as a designer on the Mod C...
    • Woman wearing open work fabric

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Collars; Dresses;
    • This woman wears fabric of what may be a silk/wool combination. However, there are two fabrics involved the “V” shaped insert in the front of her bodice. Here, a machine made open work fabric is layered over a lighter color. You can see this in...
    • The Gateway Trading Post

    • Postcards; Storefronts; Stores & shops;
    • Black and white image of a building with a covered porch area. There are signs and produce available to buy. There is a person standing in the porch. Letter press on back reads: At the Gateway Trading Post, Port Ewen, just south of Kingston, New...
    • Werner's Eureka House, Suffern, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Business enterprises;
    • The front of Werner's Eureka House in Suffern. From left to right, there is a large dining room, a banquet hall, and dancing available. There are two telephone numbers, 483 and 302. There are banners on all of the porches.
    • Mastodon Skeleton

    • Mastodons;
    • It is one of the most complete mastodon skeletons available for viewing by the public. The skeleton was first excavated from land belonging to Edith Loostron near Harriman NY in 1952. The digging was supervised by W.E. Fish of the American Museum...
    • Thomas Shaw's Sons

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)-Pictorial Works;
    • This image is a "card" or advertisement for Thomas Shaw's Sons who operated the Newburgh Moulding and Planing Mill, located on the corner of South William and Johnes Street, near Washington's Headquarters in Newburgh, NY. Thomas Shaw's Sons offered...
    • Newburgh Streets - Names and Origin

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--20th Century;
    • This document is a booklet compiled by Daniel J. Coutant who was the Newburgh City clerk for more than 50 years, and Miss Anna Templeton, City Clerk at the time of publication of this document. It contains a list of streets in the City of Newburgh...
    • Nyack Ice House

    • Ice industry; Icehouses;
    • The picture is unclear as John Scott made the slide from a newspaper clipping that had been folded, but the largest building, with elevators, was the Nyack Ice House. The caption reads, "This picture goes back plenty of years to the days when Nyack...
    • Baseball Team in Rockland County, NY

    • Baseball players; Baseball;
    • Members of a local baseball team and others pose for a picture in a field. Does the CN on the shirts stand for Central Nyack? No other information is available.
    • Public school, Bardonia, NY

    • Schools; Flagpoles; Bell towers;
    • The two story frame schoolhouse in Bardonia had an enclosed belfry and a tall flagpole. Several classrooms were available. Near the flagpole was a boulder with a plaque.

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