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    • "Bill Rand and 'Bunch'"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • A group of unidentified students prepare to sing accompanied by Bill Rand on the organ. This appears to be the organ in the Bard Chapel donated in 1934 by George Dudley Barr, '13.
    • "Bill Rand's Group at Organ"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • Another view of Bill Rand playing the organ with a group of unidentified students preparing to sing. This appears to be the organ in the Bard Chapel donated in 1934 by George Dudley Barr, class of 1913.
    • Bell Memorial Chapel Interior

    • Chapels; Organs;
    • Sunlight, streaming through a stained glass window, creates a glow above the altar. The furnishings are wooden, as is the ceiling and a large interior divider. Pipes for an organ can be seen at the left.
    • First Presbyterian Funeral

    • Churches; Funeral rites & ceremonies;
    • A massive mound of plants and roses occupy the center of the First Presbyterian Church in Nyack. A piano or organ is on the left.
    • Nyack: First Reformed Church at Christmas

    • Churches; Christmas decorations;
    • From the center aisle, the altar of the First Reformed Church is covered with greens. A Christmas tree stands to the right. The pipes of the huge organ are on the left.
    • 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...
    • Piermont Methodist Church Interior

    • Churches; Pews; Pulpits;
    • In this interior image of the Piermont Methodist Church, a pulpit occupies the center of the platform on which there are a number of chairs. In the back is a pipe organ. A chandelier hangs from the ceiling; its four lamps are oil burning.
    • Interior of the First Presbyterian Church, Nyack

    • Churches; Interiors; Postcards; Christmas decorations;
    • Inside the First Presbyterian Church of Nyack, hymnals are neatly lined up in the pews, facing the center pulpit. On the right are large pipes of an unseen organ. A tree and a wreath indicate it is the Christmas season.
    • Nyack Parade: Grace Episcopal Church Float

    • Parades & processions; Centennial celebrations;
    • The Village of Nyack celebrated its 100th year with a parade of local groups and organizations. The Grace Episcopal Church float for the Nyack Centennial included a rose window, colorful organ pipes, and children of the choir sitting in pews.
    • 32 Shadyside Avenue, Upper Grand View, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • Judge Robert Clark lived here for many years. He was the son of Michael Clark, a local organ maker and Robert Clark continued the organ business until 1964. The double porches, facing the Hudson River, are wide and deep. There is more on the house...
    • 40 Glen Byron Avenue, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Architectural decorations & ornaments;
    • A stick style gable and Eastlake design elements over the second story window decorate this former organ factory.This picture is one of many taken for the Nyack Centennial.
    • Pulls of Tallman organ in Baptist church, Nyack, NY

    • Organs;
    • The pulls of the Tallman organ are marked in Gothic script. One reads "Sm Ohur 8." The organ was installed in the First Baptist Church in 1893, at a cost of $1600. The final concert in Nyack was in 2000 and then the organ was moved to the Chatauqua...

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