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    • Map of the Village of East Chester

    • Maps; Measured drawings;
    • Map of the Village of East Chester. Filed Oct 11, 1841. After the Erie Railroad came throught this section was know as "Chester at the Depot" for a time. Now known as Downtown Chester. Most of the depot grounds became G.M. Roe Lumber & Coal yard...
    • Cullen's paper store

    • Group portraits; Stores & shops;photographs
    • Interior photograph of Cullen's paper store which was located in Downtown Chester on Main Street. Morris Cullen is second from left.
    • Brooks Carriage & Sleigh Factory

    • Carriages & coaches; Sleds & sleighs; Stores & shops; Workshops;photographs
    • Photograph of Brooks Carriage & Sleigh Factory, located in Downtown Chester on Main Street at Center Street. With the advent of the automobile, it became Brook's Garage. Currently, 2006, this building is occupied by Bodle’s Opera House.
    • Nan Wilkin

    • Portrait photographs; Banks;photographs
    • Photograph of young Nan Wilkin on Main Street in downtown Chester, with old Chester National Bank building in the background. She married Vince Gallo and operated Gallo's Cozy Corner Restaurant in West Chester for 26 years until her retirement in...
    • Conklin & Roe To J. Durland & Son

    • Documents; General stores;
    • J. Durland & Son statement for supplies sold to Conklin & Roe Lumber Yard, which was located downtown across from the Erie Depot. The Durland Store was located in Uptown Chester at the corner of Main Street & Academy Avenue, then called Durland's...
    • Thompson's Drug Store

    • Photographs; Group portraits; Drugstores;
    • Interior photograph of Thompson's Drug Store, located: Lower Main Street, Village of Chester. Shown are: Theadore A. J. Miller (in cap), Charlie Thompson (behind counter). Thompson's Store later became Clem & Daisy's general dry goods store. In...
    • American House

    • Photographs; Taverns (Inns);
    • Photograph of the American House in downtown Chester. Note: Brick building on right was George Ermold Surgical Instruments.
    • Decorator from Brooklyn in Downtown Chester

    • Photographs; Villages; Railroad signal towers; Carts & wagons;
    • Photograph taken in downtown Chester, looking towards the depot, of a man standing next to buggy labeled" “Decorator, 305 B,Way, Brooklyn.” In background, Erie freight cars, Borden's milk depot and the Railroad control tower can be seen.
    • E. L. B.

    • Photographs; Group portraits; Dwellings;
    • Group photograph of 13 people in a snowy path in front of the Razey residence at the corner of Main & Elm Streets. Many of these same people appear in the Razey photograph taken the same day, downtown in front of the old bank building.
    • Shoveling snow on Brook Farm hill

    • Photographs; Snow; Villages;
    • Photograph of nine workmen shoveling snow on Brook Farm hill, with two people looking on from horse drawn sleigh or wagon. Overlooking downtown Chester. The Corporation building is the first one on the right.
    • S. Wilkin & Son Carriages & Wagons

    • Photographs; Carts & wagons; Stores & shops; Carriages & coaches;
    • Photograph of the S. Wilkin & Son Carriages & Wagons shop which was located in downtown Chester the vicintity of the current, 2006, municipal parking lot on Center Street.
    • Roe's Hall

    • Photographs; Feed stores; Villages;
    • Photograph of downtown near the Erie Depot. Photo dated from Sanborn Insurance Map of Dec. 1884 which shows Roe's Hall separate from the barn to the left. Later maps show one continuous building.
    • Map of Part of Chester, N. Y.

    • Maps; Measured drawings; Villages;
    • Map of the section of the Village of Chester on the side uphill of Downtown Main Street. Surveyed and Mapped by Fred J. Knight. Samuel Hadden, President; George W. Ball, Trustee; Theadore A. Miller, Trustee; James E. Noonan, Clerk. People listed:...
    • J.B. Tuthill Building plans & specifications

    • Engineering drawings; Specifications; Buildings;FIRE
    • These plans & specifications call for the J.B. Tuthill Building to be constructed of fire resistant brick construction. Following the fire of July, 1876 that destroyed most of downtown Chester, many of the buildings were built using brick...

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