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    • Margaret Satterly oral history interview

    • Activities; Schools; Families; Games; Employment; City & town life
    • "Peg" Satterly was born in Newburgh, N.Y. on June 24, 1925, but was raised in a section of Cornwall called Firthcliffe. Her parents were Julia Proust and James McCarthy. Peg's father died when she was a baby, so she and her mother lived with her...
    • Kindergarten class at the Normal School

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    • Interior view of Kindergarten class with young children at work at their tables. Students are engaged in some type of hand work. There is a doll house on the right side of the room. A young boy stands on a chair reaching to an unknown destination...
    • Unit 06-Second Marriage

    • Education; Immigrants; Ethnic groups; prejudice
    • He talks about his courting his second wife in relation to his ailing mother, with whom he lived with. He told his second wife that he could not marry her until his elderly mother passed away, since he was responsible for taking care of her. ...
    • Nyack Library Centennial Celebration

    • Libraries; Centennial celebrations;
    • Attending the Centennial Celebration at the Nyack Library were (left to right, back row) Rev. James Parsons, Carolyn Cameron, Douglas ?, Sterling Nordhouse, Radcliffe Hall. Seated behind the desk are Hezekiah Easter Sr. and H. Easter Jr. Library...
    • Homer J. Wightman, Nyack, NY

    • Schools; School superintendents; Portrait photographs; Men;
    • Homer J. Wightman, wearing a stiff white collar, has a thick moustache. He was the superintendent of schools when J. Elmer Christie created a photo collection of Nyack school personnel, or from 1914 to 1923. From the Nyack Evening Journal,...
    • Upper Nyack School

    • Schools; School children; Classrooms; Teachers; Kindergartens;
    • Fifteen bright-eyed children attended the afternoon kindergarten session; the year and the name of the teacher are unknown. The picture was taken during the winter holiday season.
    • Upper Nyack School

    • Schools; School children; Teachers; Classrooms;
    • Martha Gilchrest's kindergarten class poses in front of a large paper dragon. A train on the wall is labeled with colors: red, green, and purple. Most of the children are in jackets, ready to go outdoors.
    • Upper Nyack School

    • Schools; School children; Teachers;
    • This is the morning kindergarten class of the Upper Nyack Elementary School. The teacher is not identified, but there are a number of class pictures taken the same year, judging by the photographer's placard in front of each class. The other...
    • Clintondale School Annex, Clintondale, N.Y.

    • Schools; Education; Architecture;
    • This building, located at the intersection of Maple Avenue and South Street in Clintondale, was built about 1800 by an early Quaker settler named Heaton. About 1810, a section of it became the first store in the Clintondale area, and it continued...

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