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    • Ward Manor Path in Ice

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College;
    • Taken in February of 1946, this view of the Maple Allee to Ward Manor shows slender young trees. Today many of the sugar maples have died, and the college has planted a second layer of oak trees to form a double allee.
    • (A) George and Gertrude Abrams

    • Portrait photographs; Clothing & dress; Waistcoats; Vests; Buttons (Fasteners); Mustaches; Hairstyles;
    • (A) Formal studio portrait of Gertrude and George Abrams. Gertrude was born in 1861 to James and Catherine Crookston who lived in the Tuthill section of Gardiner, N.Y. She was one of at least six children. She married George Abrams on January 30,...
    • Unidentified house in winter

    • Building; Dwellings; Houses; Gables; Chimneys; Shutters; Clapboard siding; Dormers; Snow; Trees; Grilles; Porches; Stairways; Lantern slides;
    • Side view of unidentified white clapboard house with covered front porch, dormer windows. House features one single chimney and two additional chimneys with double stacks. Unpainted shed addition at back of house. Ivy is growing up the side of...
    • Woven coverlet, 1780-1840

    • coverlets; Woven textiles; wool; yarn; linen; plaid;
    • Warp: natural cotton and blue dyed wool. Filling: natural cotton and blue dyed wool. The double row of "pine trees" in different proportions adds interest to the border of this coverlet. This tree-like motif used on borders may have been referred...
    • Christopher J. Freer, ca. 1900

    • weaving; Huguenots;
    • This early 20th century photograph shows Christopher Freer seated at a two harness loom weaving rag carpeting. This photograph was taken in the Bevier-Elting House, a historic museum house, located on Huguenot Street, New Paltz, NY. Wooden beams...
    • Woven coverlet, 1780-1840

    • coverlets; Woven textiles; wool; yarn; linen; plaid;
    • Warp: natural cotton and blue dyed wool. Filling: natural cotton and blue dyed wool. This is a classic example of a double cloth coverlet utilizing the snowball and pine tree motifs. Although the design is essentially geometric, the trees suggest a...
    • Court House and jail, New City, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Courthouses; Jails
    • Two story brick building with white fence along the road. Rockland County, prior to 1798, was part of Orange County and there were two county seats. One was in Tappan and the other was in Goshen. The double locations were difficult to manage...
    • County Court House, New City, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Courthouses
    • House on Main Street in New City. Rockland County, prior to 1798, was part of Orange County and there were two county seats. One was in Tappan and the other was in Goshen. The double locations were difficult to manage and when the land "south of...
    • Pearl River school children

    • Children; Students; Group portraits;
    • This is a posed portrait of the twenty-nine children that make up Class 1A of the Pearl River school. The children are both girls and boys. There is a brick building in the background with a double doorway with one door open and an open window.
    • Pearl River school fourth grade

    • Children; Group portraits; Students;
    • This is a group portrait of the fourth grade class of the old Pearl River school on Franklin Avenue. There are both girls and boys and the girls are all wearing dresses. They are in front of a building with siding. Behind the children is a open...
    • 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.
    • Second firehouse in Pearl River

    • Buildings; Fire stations; Gables; Towers; Fund raising;
    • This is the Pearl River Hook & Ladder Building located on Central Avenue. This building replaced the old two story structure on the same site which had burned down on October 2, 1906. This gabled building was opened on June 1, 1908, and destroyed...
    • House in Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Balustrades; Porches; Dormers; Shutters; Bay windows;
    • This photograph is of a two-level home with a third-level dormer extending from the roof. There are two chimneys extending from the roof on opposite sides of the house. The third-level dormered window has a small window with a triangular point at...
    • 11 3rd Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Porches; Mansard roofs; Fences; Snow; Lintels; Dormers; Awnings;
    • This is a brick home with a mansard roof, dormer windows, and a brick entry porch. All of the windows feature decorative, curved lintels. The roof has diamond shaped shingles and there are double brackets at the roofline. The entry stainrwell is...
    • 9 1st Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Porches; Doors & doorways; Stained glass;
    • This close-up photograph excludes parts of the roofline of this two-story house. The arched entryway is off of a wood porch and features a wood, double door with glass panes. The tall, thin windows on the first level feature stained glass elements...
    • 10 1st Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings;
    • This is a three story Greek Revival building with entrance on the second level from a long staircase. There are double balconies with Ionic columns, frieze and pediment. A chain link fence surrounds the property.

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