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    • Dutchess Light, Heat, & Power Company Album, page 19

    • Automobiles; Trucks; Drilling & boring machinery; Private utility companies; Dwellings;
    • 6 photographes (clockwise from top left): utility truck on side of road with man operating rock driller, photo of a house which was replaced by the future Central Hudson building does not originally belong to the page. It shows the north side of...
    • Nyack Hospital

    • Hospitals;
    • Color postcard showing the Nyack Hospital, NY. This postcard shows the hospital before its expansion in 1925.
      The Nyack Hospital was founded in 1895, and is still operating today. (2007)
    • Male Patient Ward, Nyack Hospital

    • Hospitals; Hospital wards; Nurses; Beds;
    • Black and white postcard showing a ward in the Nyack Hospital. There are four patients laying in beds, with another patient sitting in a chair. There are two hospital employees with the patients. The revese of the postcard reads " Nyack hospital...
    • Nurses' Home

    • Hospitals; Dormitories;
    • Black and white postcard showing the Nurses' Home at the Nyack Hospital. The back of the postcard reads " The residence of the nursing staff. Contains 30 individual sleeping rooms, also general living and reception rooms, and a small kitchen and...
    • Private Room, Nyack Hospital

    • Hospitals; Hospital wards; Beds; Clothes chests; Chairs;
    • Black and white postcard showing a private room in the Nyack Hospital. The room has a single bed, dresser with mirror, a chair and flowers in the window. The back of the postcard reads, " All rooms have high ceilings and outside windows, and can...
    • Irving D. Sutton Meat Market

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    • A photogragh, an advertisement and a newspaper clipping pertaining to Irving Sutton's Market at 54/56 Main St., in New Paltz, NY.

      Irving Sutton, born in 1869, was the son of Thomas Sutton and Gertrude Freer Sutton, and a lifelong resident...
    • Steam shovel

    • Steam shovels; Digging; Photographs;
    • A well-dressed man in a suit and straw hat poses in front of a steam shovel. A man stands operating the steam shovel while another man looks on. Also nearby is a horse and rider. Beyond the steam shovel are mining carts. A handwritten note on the...
    • Piermont steamer service

    • Pediments; Decorations; Business districts;
    • The top of this document is full of text that recounts the operating of steamer ships along the Hudson as part of the Erie Railroad operation. Text is transcribed below. Underneath the text there is a picture of the Piermont Village Hall. The...
    • Nyack gas plant personnel

    • Gas industry; Business & finance;
    • Nyack Gas, Light & Fuel Company was at the corner of Broadway and Main. On the operating floor of the Nyack Gas plant are (left to right) Leroy A. Waterson, gas appliance serviceman; Edgar Wanamaker, gas maker - first class; G. Antonio Conace, gas...
    • 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,...
    • The Eberling family, New City, NY

    • Children; Family; Portrait photographs;
    • The Eberling Family - Dad, mom, and 11 children -are arrayed across the porch of their house. This was a notable family in New City, operating one of the first shoe factories in the area.
    • The Palisades on the Hudson, New Jersey

    • Postcards; Rivers; Steamboats; Cliffs; Views;
    • This hand-tinted post card features the Palisades of New Jersey when quarries were operating. The wide flat area at the water's edge is likely Ross' dock, now just north of the George Washington Bridge. On the Hudson River, heading south are the...
    • Front Street, Patterson, NY

    • Gasoline pumps; Post offices; Automobile service stations; Automobile repair
    • Image shows the Esso service station on Front Street, built on the north side of the Judd Building around 1948. The Patterson Post Office moved from the Judd Building to the smaller building near the Esso station around 1949. It remained there for...

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