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    • Nesta Cannon

    • Photographs; Cows; Cattle;
    • Photograph of Nesta Cannon, an Edmond Butler Brook Farm cow. Butler was famous for importing cattle stock from the Isle of Jersey.
    • Cannon Street, Poughkeepsie, NY

    • Houses; Automobiles; Trucks; Photographs;
    • Two-story wooden house on Cannon Street in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. There is snow on the ground and three vehicles are visible. Caption on the back reads: "The old Swift and Van Gusin (?) house, 24 Cannon St."
    • Gettysburg Battlefield Reunion

    • Reunions; People; Battlefields; Cannons; Men;
    • Photograph of the Gettysburg Battlefield Reunion, which took place in 1895 at Gettysburg Battlefield, PA. There are many men in attendance and all are dressed in dark suits and tophats. The ground is covered in dirt and rocks. There is a cannon in...
    • Soldiers Memorial Fountain, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Cannons; Cannon balls; Fountains; Memorial works; Monuments & memorials;
    • A Civil War monument, a three level fountain graces the center. In front of the fountain there is an old fashion cannon, with a triangular pile of cannon balls. This fountain was dedicated in Eastman Park on July 5, 1870.
    • Trophy Point, showing the Hudson, West Point, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Military academies; Military facilities; Cannons; Steamboats;
    • Several different size cannon barrels mounted on cement bases. The Hudson River can be seen in the background on the right. Trophy Point has long been recognized as a strategically important location on the Hudson River, this spot has long been...
    • Bicentennial 1978

    • Photographs; Centennial celebrations; Cannons;
    • Four photographs of the Bicentennial celebration in 1978. In all four photographs men are dressed in period costume. In the first and third photographs, there is a cannon in front and men with long rifles on their shoulders. In the second...
    • Memorial in Suffern

    • Photographs; Monuments & memorials;
    • A soldiers' memorial in Suffern. There are American flags and wreaths around the memorial. There is a plaque under the statute and a cannon at its base. The memorial is in the center of a traffic circle.
    • State park, Stony Point, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Parks; Battlefields; Cannons; Bridges; Battlements; Stone walls; Stonework;
    • This is a colorized postcard depicting the stone entry gate of the Stony Point Battlefield State Park. The entry gate is made out of large stone with an arched roadway leading through the middle. There are battlements at the top of the structure....
    • Group photo at Fort Comfort beach

    • Group portraits; People; Men; Women; Hats; Gazebos; Cannons;
    • This image is of a group of four women and four men posed on with an old cannon. Two men and two women and standing, the others are on top of the cannon and its wheels. Three of the men are wearing hats, the fourth man is holding his hat in his...
    • Fort Comfort cannon and bathing pavilion

    • Cannons; Gazebos; Piers & wharves; Trees; Bathhouses; Resorts;
    • This image shows two postcards. The top postcard shows a cannon set near some bushes. This top postcard is captioned, "1776 Stony Point Cannon. Fort Comfort Resort. Piermont N.Y." There is a stand of trees located a short distance behind the...
    • Palatine Hotel

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    • This is a photograph of the Palatine Hotel on Grand Street in the city of Newburgh, N.Y. which opened on July 6, 1893. Designed by architect Arnot Cannon of Poughkeepsie, the hotel was equipped with electricity, which was the height of modern...
    • Cannon at Stony Point, NY

    • Cannons; Battlefields; Historic sites;
    • This is a photograph of an Edwin Dahlberg painting by John Scott. The Revolutionary War cannon was located at the Stony Point Battlefield State Historic Site.
    • Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack, NY

    • Cemeteries;
    • Oak Hill Cemetery, established in 1848, is on the hillside above the Village of Nyack. This view from an upper section of the grounds includes an intersection of two pathways where there is an obelisk and a cannon on the left. The Hudson River is...

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