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    • Harold Mestre

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Harold Mestre, who served as the 9th president of the college, was a distinguished biophysicist appointed to the position in January of 1938. He only served for one year, dying suddenly on the second day of the fall semester of 1939. The College...
    • Olin Dows Wall-painting  in Unknown Location

    • Interior decoration--20th century
    • Photograph of wall-painting for private interior. Stylized motifs of tropical flora and fauna around set of three French doors with tiled marble floor below. Stamp of Washington, D.C.-based photographer Lewis P. Woltz on reverse.
    • Olin Dows Wall-painting in Unknown Location

    • Interior decoration--20th century
    • Photograph of wall-painting for private interior. Stylized motifs of tropical flora and fauna around set of three French doors with tiled marble floor below. Stamp of Washington, D.C.-based photographer Lewis P. Woltz on reverse.
    • Yama Farms Inn Exterior of Dining Room

    • Photographs; Porches; Awnings; Balconies; Balustrades; Doors & doorways; Windows; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the back of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building with horizontal siding and multiple doors and windows. The second and third stories include projecting balconies with balustrades and fabric...
    • Yama Farms Inn Exterior of Dining Room

    • Photographs; Stonework; Doors & doorways; Windows; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the back the main inn at Yama Farms a wood-frame building, with multiple doors and windows. Two doors open onto stone patios, and portions of some walls are constructed of field stone.
    • Yama Farms Inn Porch off Main Living Room

    • Photographs; Porches; Awnings; Balconies; Balustrades; Columns; Windows; Hotels; Resorts;
    • Black and white photograph of the main inn at Yama Farms, a large wood-frame building with horizontal siding and multiple doors and windows. The ground and second stories include projecting balconies, partially enclosed with Ionic columns,...
    • Rockland County Home

    • Buildings; houses; Dwellings; Lampposts; Pines; Clapboard siding; Shutters; Chimneys;
    • Front and partial side view of unidentified Rockland County Home. Probably taken during Christmas-time (red bows on doors and lamp post and dusting of snow on ground). Appears to be an eagle figure over front door.
    • Putnam Hall School, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Schools; Trees;
    • Black and white image of a white house with multiple doors with small porches. There is a narrow walkway that runs from the building to the foreground. There are trees that obscure the building from complete view. Postmarked 1909.
    • Dexter Folder Building Serven's lumber barns

    • Buildings; Construction; Construction equipment; Equipment & supplies; Barns; Sheds; Lumber; Debris;
    • This is a view looking across an empty construction site towards completed buildings behind it. In the foreground there is an open foundation constructed, with construction supplies stacked in piles inside it. There is a complete barn structure...
    • Pearl River Library

    • Buildings; Libraries; Bicycles & tricycles;
    • The front of the Pearl River Library Most of the front is windows. There are several bikes parked in front of the building and it has double wooden doors.
    • Palisades Presbyterian Church

    • Photographs; Churches; Presbyterian churches;
    • The Palisades Presbyterian Church and an interior of the church. Kathleen S. Martine was the organist and choir director and Reverend David C. Pierce was the minister. "The Palisades Presbyterian Church is a community church of the Reformed...
    • Lafayette Theatre

    • Photographs; Theaters; People
    • People leaving the Lafayette Theatre. The sign over the doors advertise comedy and news. There is a easel on the sidewalk advertising Manook of the North.

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