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    • Early fire equipment

    • Fire departments; College students--New York (State)
    • An aerial shot of one of the first trucks used by the Student Fire Department with ladders and hoses loaded onto the attached 500 gallon pumping trailer. The pump was removed from the trailer and placed on a 1928 vintage fire truck in 1948.
    • Hyde Park Post Office Mural: Unloading Goods at Stoutenburgh's Landing, ca. 1795

    • Hyde Park (Dutchess County, N.Y.); Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.); River boats--Hudson River (N.Y. and N.J.); Rivers--New York (State)--Dutchess Co.; Village communities; Water supply;
    • From "Murals in the Hyde Park, New York Post Office:" "About 1795. Richard De Cantillon, Tobias Stoutenburgh's son-in-law, supervises workmen unloading rum, sugar and molasses from one of his West India trading packets. His landing, site of the...
    • Quarry barges and mothball fleet

    • Ships; Rivers; Barges; Industry; Dirt roads;
    • Barges loaded with stone are lined up on the banks of the Hudson River. The loading apparatus for the barges are also seen along the shoreline. On the river, in the distance, the warships of the mothball fleet are lined up side-by-side on the...
    • Group portrait around table

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    • Five men and one woman are seen sitting in wooden chairs with arms around a large rectangular wood table. The group is posed for the photograph. The men are all in suits; two of the men wear bow ties, the rest wear traditional ties. The woman has...
    • Group portrait around table

    • Group portraits; Men; Women; Bow ties; Pearls; Eyeglasses;
    • Five men and one woman are seen sitting in wooden chairs with arms around a large rectangular wood table. The group is posed for the photograph. The men are all in suits; two of the men wear bow ties, the rest wear traditional ties. The woman has...
    • Hook Mountain Quarrymen

    • Quarrying;
    • Three quarrymen pose for the photographer in an area near the crusher. Behind them are several carts loaded with stone and another group of men with a pair of horses. This trap rock quarry was on Hook Mountain in Upper Nyack - one of several...
    • Quarrying at Hook Mountain, Upper Nyack, NY

    • Quarrying; Stone quarrying;
    • From the top of Hook Mountain to the Hudson River shore are the scars of quarrying. Midway down and at the base are many buildings of the Manhattan Trap Rock Company. At the right is the company's large pier, where crushed stone was loaded onto...
    • Nyack Center moving day

    • Household moving;
    • A dump truck has been haphazardly loaded with furniture and other equipment, as Nyack Center is leaving Couch Court on South Broadway.
    • Hay wagon, Nyack, NY

    • Children; Hay; Carts & wagons;
    • This old photograph is remarkably crisp. A loaded hay wagon is pulled by two horses. A boy rides one horse and a man, a young woman, and a child ride on the hay.
    • Able Seamen

    • Military parades & ceremonies;
    • Sailors hold a rowboat as it is loaded to row out to the "Perseverance." This was a reenactment of the 1783 meeting formalizing Britain's recognition of the new American government.
    • Methodist Church, New City, NY

    • Churches; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • The Methodist Church, on Maple Avenue, was one of New City's more elaborate churches. The building is loaded with detailing elements: dormers, porches, pillars, stained glass windows, and a circular steeple. The Methodist Society in the hamlet was...
    • Hook Mountain Park

    • Parks; Playgrounds; Postcards;
    • In the mid-1930s, this park at Hook Mountain was popular with local residents and with others who came upriver from New York City. In just this small area are a wading pool, see-saws, swings, and slides. In the distance is a bathing beach. Much of...
    • Rockland Lake, NY, Lighthouse

    • Lighthouses; Postcards;
    • The Rockland Lake lighthouse stood in the Hudson River and just offshore of the cog railroad and docks where ice was loaded onto barges. Ferries like the Chrystenah would have also stopped at Rockland Lake Landing - and have used the lighthouse as...
    • Stone Crusher, Rockland Lake, NY

    • Quarrying; Postcards;
    • Quarrying was Rockland Lake's summer industry. Just south of the docks where ice was loaded onto barges was this huge stone crushing operation, where the trap rock or basalt, was broken into smaller pieces and transported to New York City for the...
    • Ice Barges, Rockland Lake, NY

    • Barges; Ice industry; Rivers;
    • On a wintry day, ten ice barges sit below the conveyer at Rockland Landing on the Hudson River. The conveyer lifted ice from Rockland Lake up and over the gap in Hook Mountain, and then lowered it to the river's edge where it was loaded onto...
    • Hay Wagon and barn

    • Farm life; Farming; Farms; Hay; Barns;
    • It's late summer and the hay is coming in to the barn. A horse team draws machinery and an ox team draws a wagon loaded with hay. There are ten men and boys facing the photographer.
    • Man on boat

    • Men; Bridges; Bridge construction;
    • In October 1955, local residents and officials loaded on boats to see the last span of the Tappan Zee Bridge installed. This picture and the nine which follow it (Nyack Library images #4670-4679) were taken on that day. This man and the people in...

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