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    • J. D. Elting Store, location unknown.

    • Hats; Rugs; Commercial facilities; People;
    • Three men, two women and one child pose in the doorway of this J. D. Elting commercial establishment. The child's face is blurred in the original photograph. The following signs are legible on this store front: J. D. Elting (below the window on the...
    • Livery Stable and the Rockland Hotel

    • Photographs; Clippings; Stables; City & town life;
    • Two photographs, clipped from a newspaper. The top photograph is of the livery stable on Orange Avenue, before 1900. The text under the photograph reads: This livery stable stood on Orange Avenue, Suffern, next to the Eureka House and was run by...
    • Doyle Bros. Trucking and views of Suffern

    • Photographs; Books; Truck industry; Stores & shops; Views; Plumbing stores;
    • Photographs of two pages from a book, showing five photographs with text below them. The first photograph is of an attractive store front of the well-known establishment of Mr. George A Beers. The Suffern merchant, engaged for many years in the...
    • George M. Holt Funeral Home - New Main Street

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Morgues & mortuaries; Awnings; Street lights; Pediments; Gables; Air conditioners; Automobiles;
    • The George M. Holt Funeral Home is a two-story building with gables and a large pediment on the top of the building. To either side of the street-level entrance are plate glass windows. An awning with the establishment's name extends over the front...
    • View in Tomkins Cove, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Business districts; Advertisements; Signs (Notices); Automobiles; Sandwich boards; Dirt roads; Trees
    • This is a view down a tree-lined dirt road. On the right side of the postcard picture there are three house storefronts. All of these buildings are front gabled with covered entry porches. The establishment in the foreground has a sandwich board...
    • Piermont street

    • Railroad tracks; Factories; Restaurants; Automobiles; Roads; Water towers; Bridges;
    • This is a view down a road that leads underneath an overpass. There is a line of railroad tracks down the center of the road; the track divides partway down the road. There are many cars parked along both sides of the street as well as under the...
    • War memorial

    • Monuments & memorials; Bricks; Sidewalks; Buildings; Stores & shops;
    • This color photograph depicts a large war memorial plaque set into brick. The brick housing for the plaque is set at an angle. An eagle with spread wings is set across the top of the plaque. To the right of the plaque there is a stone bench with no...
    • Joe's Clam Bar

    • Restaurants; Aprons; Signs (Notices); Storefronts;
    • This is an image of a two story building with storefronts on the first level. The second level has three sets of windows along the building. The roof line is flat with a small raised element, also flat, in the center. There is a sidewalk that runs...
    • Corinne McGeorge Interview

    • Women; Deaf persons; Deafness;
    • Corinne McGeorge talks about growing up and going to school in Congers, her family - specifically her mother and grandmother, various jobs, and her establishment and operation of Hudson Valley Exhibits.
    • Protest Petition Regarding Glebe School

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century; Schools--History--Newburgh (N.Y.);
    • This is a petition signed by Trustees of the German Patent of the Newburgh Glebe regarding the establishment of a second school. The resolutions were not adopted.
    • Ackerman & Dutcher Advertisement

    • Advertisements;
    • This advertisement for Ackerman & Dutcher describes the establishment as a source for jewelry, watches, silverware, cameras, picture framing, and phonographs. Pictured are a view of Nyack, the Ackerman and Dutcher store at 6 South Broadway,...
    • 76 Stone House

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    • The 76 Stone House ( or the Old 76 House) was a much simpler establishment in 1910 than it is today. It stood near the main corner in Tappan before the road in front was widened and paved. Four chimneys grace the roofline, and the porch roof is...
    • Gregory & Sherman Business Office in Nyack

    • Building materials industry;
    • Gregory & Sherman sold coal, lumber, mason's materials, and builders' supplies. The large establishment was located at the corner of Railroad Avenue and Cedar Hill Avenue in Nyack. The man on the left is J. Fred Geist; in 1931, he was the...
    • Main Street, Stony Point, NY

    • Business districts; Streets; Postcards;
    • The business district of Stony Point centered on this intersection of Main Street with Route 9W (Liberty Street). The large building on the left is still in existence and is still a business establishment.

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