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    • Harvey Fite at Bard with faculty and students

    • Sculpture, American--20th century--Exhibitions
    • Photographed in the ground floor gallery of Orient Hall(destroyed by fire in April of 1959); several individuals are identified from left to right as follows: Else Rogo, William Frauenfelder, Tony Hecht, Harvey Fite, and Stefan Hirsch. Four...
    • Hudson Valley Sculptors

    • Sculpture, American--20th century--Exhibitions; Sculpture, American--New York (State)
    • Photographed in the ground floor gallery at Orient Hall (since destroyed by fire), this photograph depicts an exhibit of work by regional artists.
    • Bard Gallery #2

    • Sculpture, American--20th century--Exhibitions; Sculpture, American--New York (State)
    • Photographed in the ground floor gallery of Orient Hall (since destroyed by fire), this photograph depicts another angle of an exhibit of sculpture by regional artists.
    • Tea House in Dutch Garden, New City, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Tearooms; Correspondence; Gardens; Brickwork; Garden walls; Garden structures
    • Photo post card of Tea House in Dutch Garden, New City, N. Y. Mary Mowbray-Clark, owner of the Sunwise Turn Bookshop & art gallery missed appointment with local girl, Miss Gaunt
    • Blooming Grove Congregation Church Plans 200th Year Celebration

    • Clippings; Church dedications; Church schools; Churches; Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Slave quarters; Slavery; Pews; Altars; Auditoriums; Architectural elements
    • This article, clipped from the Orange County Post gives a abbreviated history of the Blooming Grove Congregation Church, from its begins in the eighteenth century. Architectural features, including acoustics, slave gallery, pews, modifications are...
    • 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...
    • Kingston Point Park, Kingston, New York

    • Parks; Ferries; Rivers;
    • A view of Kingston Point Park, with a day-liner and the Hudson River visible in the background. In 1896 Samuel Coykendall and his wife Mary Augusta purchased Kingston Park from the Delaware and Hudson Canal Company. They had noted landscape...
    • Garnerville from Southwest

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    • True photograph postcard showing an aerial view of Garnerville from the South West. Written on negative is "Garnerville from S.W."
      In the lower right of this image is the Garnerville Arts and Industial Center. This factory complex dates from...
    • Tom George

    • Photographs; Portraits; Artists;
    • Tom George is a Valley Cottage artist, and also Rube Goldberg's son. He lived in Heaton house, which was originally the De Baun house. He converted the Campbell barn into his studio. Tom George was born in 1918, graduated from Dartmouth and...
    • Louisa Hasbrouck's studio portrait

    • Huguenots;
    • Full length studio portrait of Louisa Hasbrouck. In the portrait Louisa has one had on a chair and the other is at her side with what appears to be a ring on her ring finger. She has her hair curled into ringlets and is wearing glasses and a dark...
    • l. Studio portrait of Levi Hasbrouck

    • Huguenots; Faces;
    • Carte de Visite head portrait of Levi Hasbrouck, which was most likely copied from a daguerreotype after Levi's death in 1861. In the image parts of Levi's coat, shirt and bow tie are visible. Two thin gold lines are visible around the entire...
    • East Side of South Broadway, Nyack, 1998

    • Business districts; Architecture; Young Men's Christian associations;
    • Pictured is the east side of South Broadway, from DePew Avenue to Remsen Street. On the left are the YMCA and an antique gallery, formerly an A & P. The building on the right housed the Hugh E. White Funeral Home.
    • Hawvermale's Hardware Store, Nyack

    • Hardware stores; Show windows; Postcards;
    • Hawvermale's, a hardware store at 140 Main Street in Nyack, had its windows filled with garden supplies when this painting was done by Beverly Bozarth. A woman with a cane stands to the left of the door. The postcard announced a gallery showing of...
    • Hopper House 1985

    • Artists; Houses;
    • The white-frame boyhood home of artist Edward Hopper fills the image. On the left is an open porch with wisteria growing onto the roof. All of the windows have shutters. On the right between the two stories is a Hopper House banner. Two signs are...
    • Unknown Woman

    • Women; Portrait photographs;
    • A woman - neither young nor old- looks steadily at something, not at the photographer. her hair is pulled back severely, except for the fringe of tiny curls above her forehead. Her dress and collar have detailed embroidery and matching buttons....
    • Edward Hopper's Birthplace: 82 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Architecture; Houses;
    • This is one of many pictures taken in 1984 of houses that were in existence in 1884, when Nyack was incorporated as a village. The pictures were displayed at the Hopper House and later donated to the Nyack Library. 82 North Broadway is the...
    • South Broadway Between Main and Burd Streets, Nyack, NY

    • Business districts;
    • These buildings on Broadway are known as the Moeller block. In 1984 businesses included Turiello's Restaurant, My Dollhouse, Inc., Unusual Touches, Belle Arts Gallery, and Liberty Crafts. In 2006, Liberty Crafts had just closed, Turiello's had...
    • Stone Heads, Haverstraw, NY

    • Sculpture; Postcards;
    • The stone heads that occupied the front lawn of 14 Riverside Avenue, Haverstraw, were created by Ted Ludwiczak, who was inspired by the monuments of Easter Island. Ted began carving after retirement. The postcard announced a showing at the American...

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