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    • Tivoli Drug Store

    • Drugstores
    • Tivoli Drug Store prior to its renovation as an artist's studio. The building now houses Broadway Pizza.
    • Reamer Kline

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Reamer Kline was president of Bard College from 1960 until 1974. An Episcopal priest, his presidency was marked by civility, even during the most turbulent time in America's social history. In 1963 the college purchased the Ward Manor property,...
    • 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...
    • Chester Academy obseverse

    • Photographs; schools; Postcards
    • Photo post card of the 1846 Chester Academy was located at the western end of Academy Avenue, where the CVS Drug is currently (2006) located. The land for the Chester Academy given by Charles Durland, ancestor of Maude Durland whose daughter was...
    • Mabel Hunter Schilling in Monroe with bicycle.

    • Postcards; Villages; Railroad crossings; Railroad stations; Stress;
    • Photo postcard of Monroe where Main Street crosses Erie Main Line. Depot on right. Arrow points to, Mabel (Kaki) Elizabeth Hunter Schilling, 1888-1976, wearing sailor girl outfit, with her bicycle, near telegraph pole. Businesses visible in photo...
    • Gallo's Cozy Corner Restaurant and Bar Thermometer

    • Photography; Thermometers; Advertisements; Bars; Restaurants
    • Advertising thermometer for Gallo's Cozy Corner Restaurant and Bar which was located at the intersection of Routes 17M & 94. Now, in 2007, the site is occupied a Rite Aid drug store and it is now the intersection of Route 17M (Brookside Ave.) and...
    • Matthiessen Hall, Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York

    • Architecture; Buildings; Concert halls; Libraries (Rooms);
    • This three story building was erected in 1870 by the Cornwall Library Building Company at a cost of $28,000 for land and construction. The first floor contained a bank, drug store, and post office; on the second floor were offices, a billiard room...
    • Broadway at Strand, Kingston, New York

    • Street railroads; Utility poles; Cities & towns;
    • Passengers boarding a trolley at Broadway and Strand in Kingston, NY. Two electric trolley companies vied for passengers from Kingston Point to Uptown. This car is bound for the Rhinebeck Ferry slip on East Strand. Mansion House is on the left....
    • Tappan Reformed Church

    • Buildings; Church & Education; Religion; Bell towers; Churches; Utility poles; Electric lines; Snow;
    • Side view of Tappan Reformed Church, Feb. 8, 1920. The building to the right is the drug store and the home of the druggist.
    • Roger's Drug Store

    • Photographs; Drugstores; Stores & shops;
    • Two photographs of Roger's Drug Store. Roger's Drug Store is in a corner building. There is a large awning pulled out over the entrance and small child near the door in both photographs.
    • Advertisements

    • Photographs; Advertisements;
    • Three photographs. Each photograph is of a different page in a book, with advertisements on each page. In the first photograph: the first advertisement is for Paret & Lamouree, Rockland County's Finest Drug Store in Suffern, N.Y., telephone 11. ...
    • Victory Parade

    • Parades & processions; Business districts; Railroad tracks; Automobiles; Military parades & ceremonies; Military personnel; Bicycles & tricycles; Flags; Barber poles;
    • A military unit is marching in parade formation down a main street business district. The parade procession is about to cross a double set of railroad tracks. One man in uniform leads the parade; behind him there is a formation that includes two...
    • Main Street Piermont

    • Business districts; Automobiles; Snow;
    • This photograph is comprised of two images of Main Street Piermont. The top photograph is looking down the busy Main Street of Piermont. There are storefront businesses all along the street, many of them are brick buildings. Among the businesses...
    • Nyack: 88 Main Street, Kessler's Meat Market

    • Meat; Butcher shops;
    • Several men and children stand in front of a four-story building. In the sidewalk area are hung the carcasses of many animals, large and small. This was Henry Kessler's meat market in the late 1800s. In the 1950s, this was a Whelan's Drug Store.
    • Nyack's South Broadway about 1950

    • Business districts; Drugstores; Appliance stores;
    • The intersection of South Broadway and Burd Street in Nyack had a number of businesses: Shea's Drug Store, McManus Rexall Drugs, Hill's Appliances, and an advertisement for Loans. Parking spaces have meters and there are a few empty spots. A store...

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