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    • Watts De Peyster Industrial Home and School

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • Despite the title of the postcard, this building was never home to John Watts De Peyster, who lived at Rose Hill in Tivoli. Originally built under the direction of James Starr Clark with funds provided by John and Margaret Bard, this school had...
    • Dexter Folder Co. Halloween party

    • Decorations; Celebrations; Automobiles;
    • The 'old' erection shop decorated for the Halloween Party of 1920. It was soon after expanded through construction. There are decorations wrapped around the ceiling. There are a lot of leaves on the ground and a car parked in the middle. There...
    • Decorated for a party

    • Auditoriums; Parties; Factories; Automobiles;
    • The 'old' erection shop decorated for the Halloween Party of 1920. It was soon after expanded through construction. There are decorations wrapped around the ceiling. There are a lot of leaves on the ground and a car parked in the middle. There...
    • Decorated for a party

    • Decorations; Trucks; Parties;
    • The 'old' erection shop decorated for the Halloween Party of 1920. It was soon after expanded through construction. There are decorations wrapped around the ceiling. There are a lot of leaves on the ground and a car parked in the middle. There...
    • Decorated for a party

    • Decorations; Trucks; Parties;
    • The 'old' erection shop decorated for the Halloween Party of 1920. It was soon after expanded through construction. There are decorations wrapped around the ceiling. There are a lot of leaves on the ground and a car parked in the middle. There...
    • Decorated for a party

    • Decorations; Trucks; Parties;
    • The 'old' erection shop decorated for the Halloween Party of 1920. It was soon after expanded through construction.. There are decorations wrapped around the ceiling. There are a lot of leaves on the ground and a car parked in the middle. There...
    • Great Eastern Store now and then

    • Buildings; Horses; Carts & wagons; Pickup trucks; Porches; Balustrades; Gables; Storefronts; Business districts;
    • This image consists of two photographs one above the other mounted on a sheet of paper. The images show the same location at different dates. The top image shows a two story building with porches on both levels. The entry level features prominent...
    • Tappan Library Program

    • Programs; Meetings; Libraries;
    • This is the program of the twelfth annual meeting of the Tappan Library. The meeting took place on May 21st, 1969 at 8pm at the William O. Schaefer School. The program includes some general information about the library's need for an expansion....
    • Unit 10-Perspective on Future of Downtown New Rochelle

    • Business enterprises; Business districts; Shopping centers; Civil engineering; City planning;
    • He elaborates on the promise of suburban malls in relation to the Paramus NJ investment/purchase. Although he expanded into NJ, he kept the store in New Rochelle until 1975 when he thought that it was no longer lucrative to be in New Rochelle. ...
    • Unit 02-Her Family's Business on Main Street, New Rochelle

    • Business enterprises; Business districts; Commerce; Fur trade; Fur garments; Family; Educational facilities; Recreation; Ice skating;
    • Her father's business on Main Street was very successful. He eventually expanded to selling furs; he would travel to Europe to purchase them and bring them back to U.S. The furs in her father's store were priced between $600 and $700 dollars. ...
    • John I. Suffern House 1984

    • Historic buildings; Historic sites; Houses;
    • The John I. Suffern House was expanded in the 1900s. The porch was extended to the width of the house and stairs were added on the end. Only the roof line and chimney are the same as the 1890 picture.
    • Hudson View House, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels;
    • The Hudson View House seems to expanded towards the river and each addition was a story higher than the previous one. It must have had a wonderful view. The postcard is dated 1923 and has a short note, "Having a fine Time, Arthur."
    • Lydecker's Building, Nyack

    • Real estate business;
    • This three-story building at the corner of Franklin and Main Streets, Nyack, was once the Goldfinger's Department Store. The lower story has been expanded and altered but the upper stories retain the detailing of the late 1800's.
    • Garage with Six Bays

    • Garages;
    • This large garage seems to have begun as a two story building and has expanded to the left. There's no identification on the picture.
    • 24 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • This once simple house has expanded over the years with stylish changes - porches with Adam swags on the balustrades, a Queen Anne tower, and fancy windows.
    • House at 24 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Towers; Porches;
    • The original house was T-shaped and two story, built by Hagaman Onderdonk - a professional builder who was also an Under Sheriff of Rockland County. There have been many additions.The first owner was Horatio Prall, a Nyacker who was a school...

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