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    • "Washing, Tlalpan"

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    • Oil painting on canvas of Mexican peasants washing linen in Tlalpan, the largest administrative borough of Mexico City.
    • Ulster Park, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Sawmills; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Schools; Chapels;
    • Four black and white images. The first and largest image features the Saw Mill a large wooden building with an open section filled with wood. To the right is Uncle John's Store, a wooden building with a girl on the front steps. Directly below is an...
    • Ulster Park, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Sawmills; Wood; Storefronts; Stores & shops; Schools;
    • Three black and white images. The largest image pictures the saw mill, a large wooden structure with an open portion filled with wood. To the right is Uncle John's Store, a wooden store front with a girl standing on the front steps. Below is an...
    • Ulster Park, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Mills; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Schools;
    • Three black and white images. The largest image in the corner is an image of a wooden building labeled the saw mill. To the right is the image of a wooden building, there is a sign above the door that reads groceries. There are two people sitting...
    • Bear Mountain Bridge

    • Postcards; Bridges; Mountains; Rivers
    • A side view of the bridge over the Hudson River, with Bear Mountain in the background. When it opened on November 27, 1924, it was the first highway bridge to cross the Hudson River south of Albany, New York and the largest suspension bridge in...
    • Bear Mountain Bridge from eastern approach

    • Postcards; Bridges; Mountains; Rivers;
    • Looking towards the bridge from the eastern approach, from Peekskill Bear Mountain Bridge Road. When it opened on November 27, 1924, it was the first highway bridge to cross the Hudson River south of Albany, New York and the largest suspension...
    • View from Soldiers' Monument, West Point, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Military academies; Military facilities; Monuments; Monuments & memorials;
    • A woman standing at the monument and looking out over the Hudson River. This is the Battle Monument. Perhaps the most prominent and majestic monument at the Academy is the Battle Monument. It was dedicated in 1897 "in memory of the officers and...
    • Battle Monument, West Point, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Military academies; Military facilities; Monuments;
    • Looking up at Battle Monument from the base, seven sphere surround the monument. It was dedicated in 1897 "in memory of the officers and men of the American Army who fell in battle," specifically the Regular Army casualties of the North during the...
    • Van Houten Fields Historical marker

    • Photographs; Historical markers
    • The Van Houten Fields historical marker: In 1937 Ralph Borsodi, author, economist, and philosopher, organized a group for the purchase of this 106 acre Dutch farm to be divided into leased acreage plots. This became the largest self-administered...
    • Bell Memorial Chapel Bells

    • Churches; Bells;
    • After removal from the Bell Memorial Chapel, three large bells sit on the floor. These chimes were used in the Bell Chapel for more than half a century and would be installed in Grace Church, Nyack. The largest bell, measuring 2900 pounds and 52...
    • Harrison and Dalley Fire on Nyack's Main Street, 1915

    • Fire; Fire engines & equipment; Fire fighting;
    • A crowd has gathered on Main Street to watch firemen direct their hoses towards the Harrison and Dalley Department Store, one of Nyack's largest businesses. It was also one of Nyack's most famous fires. The building at 192 Main Street later became...
    • Nyack Ice House

    • Ice industry; Icehouses;
    • The picture is unclear as John Scott made the slide from a newspaper clipping that had been folded, but the largest building, with elevators, was the Nyack Ice House. The caption reads, "This picture goes back plenty of years to the days when Nyack...
    • The Riverama

    • Barges; Postcards;
    • The Riverama was a unique floating exhibit built on a 1,000 ton barge by New York Trap Rock Corporation. This company was one of America's largest producers of crushed stone with plants and quarries on the Hudson River at Haverstraw, Tomkins Cove,...

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