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    • Nicholas Murray Butler

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Nicholas Murray Butler was president of Columbia University when St. Stephen's College merged with Columbia. As president of Columbia University he became the official president of St. Stephen's (renamed Bard in 1934) from 1928 to 1944. The men who...
    • Petronella B. Deyo, 1895?

    • Huguenots;
    • Formal head portrait of Petronella B. Deyo. Petronella's hair is closely fitted to her head with curls at the front. She is wearing a high collared dark colored dress with lace at the neck. The sleeves are puffed at the shoulder and there appears...
    • 1st Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Lintels; Fraternal lodges; Columns; Pediments; Fences;
    • A neon sign in a side window indicating, "BPOE 877" identifies this as the Elks Club building. The building is a two-story brick, Greek Revival structure with a double balcony featuring columns, a frieze, dentils and pediment. The lower porch...
    • 4 Clove Avenue, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Barns; Clapboard siding; Gables;
    • This is a single level barn with gabled roof and double-wide sliding barn doors. The barn is a dark color and the barn door features criss-crossing wood beams in a lighter contrasting color. There is a small hayloft opening and this has a three of...
    • Hook Mountain, Hudson River

    • Views; Quarrying; Postcards;
    • This Hook Mountain postcard has a lovely watercolor quality. When you look closely, however, you see the scars of the quarry business. The building with the smoke stack and the long pier belonged to the Manhattan Trap Rock Company.
    • House on Liberty Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Bell towers;
    • This neat, two-story house was on the west side of Liberty Street at the corner of Jackson Avenue. Brackets are closely placed along the roof-line. The window lintels are slightly arched. The Nyack fire bell tower, built about 1880, stood just...
    • Nyack Hospital around 1900

    • Hospitals;
    • Here is Nyack Hospital shortly after it opened, a three story stone and brick building facing Midland Avenue. Horse-drawn carriages wait in the front. If one looks closely at the present hospital building, one can see this structure. It's still...
    • Fire at 162 South Broadway, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Fire fighting; Fire fighters;
    • Smoke is pouring out of the roof of this beautiful home on the corner of Broadway and Brookside Avenue in South Nyack. Volunteer firemen are erecting a ladder to allow some firemen to climb onto the roof. The tower on the south side of the house is...

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