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    • St. Stephen's Basketball Team

    • St. Stephen's College (Annandale-on-Hudson, N.Y.); College students--New York (State)
    • The December 7, 1933 issue of "The Lyre Tree" reported the start of the upcoming basketball season this way: "The St. Stephen's basket-ball team makes its first start of the current season this Friady night when the Drew University five comes to...
    • Minstrel show

    • Minstrel shows; Circuses & shows; Racism; Costumes; Men; Women
    • Women applying make-up to men's faces. This photograph was used in the New Paltz Independent and Times newspaper on April 29, 1948
    • Melon story

    • African American boys;
    • Advertisement for C. H. Gallup & Co., a commercial photographic portrait studio in Poughkeepsie, NY. The before-and-after scene on the recto shows three black boys caught stealing watermelon from a white farmer. The verso contains an extended...
    • McAfee and former Tiffany Residence

    • Mansions; Parks; Houses;
    • One of the two former Tiffany yellow-stone mansions built in 1866. Both mansions face a circular drive; the residence pictured faces the Hudson River, West of Broadway in Irvington, New York. Louis Comfort Tiffany spent childhood summers on this...
    • Bell Memorial Chapel Clock

    • Churches; Clock towers;
    • Leaning against the wall of the Bell memorial Chapel is one of the large clock faces that was on the bell tower. Three other faces are lying on the floor. Some of the clock hands are visible also.
    • Sandstone Shed with Pumpkins

    • Stone buildings; Farmers; Pumpkins;
    • The side and back of a large shed are built of stone. Two windows are placed high in the back wall. A farmer faces the camera and on a table are several pumpkins.
    • Clarence Lexow

    • Portrait prints; Legislators;
    • A bearded Clarence Lexow faces the artist. The son of a German immigrant, he became a lawyer and Republican State Senator. This is a photo of a lithograph.
    • Nyack: Liberty Street School, 1867

    • Schools;
    • Nyack's Liberty Street School about 1867:This is a photograph of an engraving. The original school building faces right and the 1867 addition is on the left. Until 1927, this was Nyack's only public school building.
    • Towt J. Waldron

    • Portraits; Civil wars;
    • Towt J. Waldron, in a war time photo, grimly faces the camera. He's wearing both a jacket and an overcoat.Towt and three brothers, of a prominent Nyack family, all were in the Civil War.
    • Mary Mowbray-Clarke

    • Portrait photographs; Women;
    • Mary Mowbray Clarke ( b. 1874 d. 1962-11-20) faces left, her face lit by light from a window. A landscape architect, she designed the Dutch Gardens near the Rockland County Court House in New City.
    • St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • The two-tone granite St. Paul's Church faces a muddy South Broadway. The building is distinguished by its rose window and two tall bell towers. In the foreground is a brick walkway for pedestrians.

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