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    • Laccaria ochropurpurea

    • Mycology
    • Watercolor drawing on paper of a single fungus in shades of pinkish-brown, lavender, and beige, accompanied by column of text, in pencil, to right of page.
    • Russula

    • Mycology
    • Watercolor drawing on paper of a single fungus in shades of rose, beige, and off-white, accompanied to the right, by column of text in pencil.
    • Hygrophorus mugnalus

    • Mycology
    • Watercolor drawing on paper of two fungi in shades of beige and white, accompanied by column of text, in pencil, on right side of page.
    • Pholiota

    • Mycology
    • Watercolor drawing on paper of two fungi in shades of gold, yellow, and brown, accompanied by column of text, in pencil, to right of page.
    • Ward Manor: Miss E.R. Arey, Director, 1927

    • Women; Clothing & dress; Hats;
    • Woman identified as Miss. E.R. Arey sitting on balustrade column on the stairs to the Manor House. Written on back of photo: "Miss Arey, Director, Greybarns, Sadie Francaviglia '27" Greybarns was the dormitory for girl campers at the Ward Manor...
    • Henrietta Lynet

    • African American women;
    • Group photograph taken in front of the home of Josiah P. Lefevre in Gardiner, N.Y. Henrietta Lynet is the African American woman leaning against the porch column in the top row. Caption on back of photo reads: "Top Row: Henrietta Lanet (Buried at...
    • Unidentified young woman

    • Huguenots;
    • Studio portrait of an unidentified young woman. The woman has her hands clasped and resting on a large column. She is wearing a tightly fitted bodice, that buttons up the front. The bodice has 3/4 length sleeves and makes a "V" shape at the waist....
    • Temporary World War II Honor Roll

    • Photographs; Monuments & memorials;
    • Temporary World War II Honor Roll on Kings Highway near the West Shore depot. This Honor Roll was removed and a permanent one was erected at the Lake Road site of the old schoolhouse. The girls next to the Honor Roll are Annette (left) and Sylvia...
    • Liburn house

    • Dwellings; Houses; Photographs;
    • Photograph is of a large white Greek Revival house with Doric columns and pediment. Above each column is an decorative architectural wreath. A wide staircase leads up to a porch. Two women are on the porch; one woman is sitting, one woman is...
    • Clove Avenue, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Porches; Balconies; Balustrades; Columns; Hip roofs; Dormers; Bricks;
    • This is a large, brick "L" shaped home. There is a covered front porch with large tapered columns. On the second level, above the porch, the house is cut into forming an alcove that is a second story balcony. This balcony has balustraded railings,...
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    • A single column of text is centered on the top half of this page with the bottom half of the page consisting of a photograph of the rear of Boulderberg Manor. The rear has a steeply pointed gable with similarly gabled dormer windows on either side....
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    • The top half of this page is a close-up of the front of the building. The photograph primarily captures the second story. The oriel window in a gable can be seen as well as one of the roof's steeply gabled dormers. The ivy, which covers much of the...
    • Lyric Theater fire

    • Buildings; Fires; Debris; Hedges (Plants);
    • This image is of a two-story building that has been heavily damaged by fire. There is a small entry porch leading up to a double front door. Only one of the wooden doors remains. There is a piece of wood crosswise in front of the door. All of the...
    • Stevenson and Queally funeral home

    • Funerary facilities; Embalming; Storefronts; Bricks; Wire; Electric lines;
    • This image is of a glass window display of a storefront in a brick building. The sign of the business is painted on the window and identifies this as 'Stevenson and Queally Undertakers & Embalmers'. There are three placards in the window; two of...
    • Boy Scouts marching in Nyack 1911

    • Parades & processions;children
    • A column of Boy Scouts march past viewers in front of the Broadway Theatre and Reformed Church in a pre-World War I parade. Note the high-buttoned shoes worn by ladies standing on the sidewalk.

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