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    • Main Street, Chester, NY

    • Postcards; Streets; Villages; Horses;
    • Photo postcard of Main Street, Chester, N. Y. before it was paved in 1901. A horse and wagon with two men aboard at watering trough in the intersection of Railroad Avenue and Main Street. On the Left is John P. Bull Stationery & Confectionary...
    • High bridge

    • Photographs; Bridges; Roads;
    • Photograph of High Bridge over the Erie cut, looking north, before the Chester-Washingtonville road was paved.
    • Piermont Pier factory

    • Walls; Loading docks; Buildings; Factories; Automobiles; Rivers; Trees; Fences; Barbed wire;
    • A concrete wall forms a barrier between an asphalt parking area and the Hudson River. There is a small area of asphalt for driving and parking that leads up to large brick industrial buildings. The building in the foreground is connected to the...
    • Piermont now and then

    • Signs (Notices); Roads; Utility poles; Flags;
    • This image is composed of two photographs one above the other. The top photograph, black and white, looks down a dirt road that is lined on the right side with telephone poles. In the foreground on the left there is a storefront building. Other...
    • Ash street now and then

    • Trees; Dirt roads; Roads; Utility poles; Houses; Fences;
    • This image is composed of two photographs. The top photograph is black-and-white and the bottom photograph is color. The top photograph shows trees which have fallen and are leaning heavily on telephone wires. The trees and wires are hanging over a...
    • 76 Stone House

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    • The 76 Stone House ( or the Old 76 House) was a much simpler establishment in 1910 than it is today. It stood near the main corner in Tappan before the road in front was widened and paved. Four chimneys grace the roofline, and the porch roof is...
    • Parade Unit at Rest

    • Fire stations; Parades & processions;
    • A large unit of firemen, probably the Orangetown company, stands at rest during a parade. The location hasn't been ascertained but a large sign advertising 'Gasoline' suggests that cars were on the roads. However, the road isn't paved, so it must...
    • Bricks on Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Streets;
    • Was Nyack's Main Street once paved with bricks? This photo was taken of the hole in the blacktop at the pedestrian crossing near Herb Lack Paints (the Onderdonk Block), on the north side of Main Street.
    • First Presbyterian Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Protestant churches; Presbyterian churches;
    • When this picture was taken, the Nyack's Presbyterian church was surrounded by a picket fence. Broadway and DePew Avenue had not been paved and on this day, were muddy. The white frame building has a multi-tiered steeple and a portico entryway. The...
    • House at 144 South Broadway, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Fences;
    • This austere frame house stood next to St. Paul's Methodist Church. All the windows on the front are shuttered. There are chimneys at either end of the roof. The unusual fence looks threatening with its sharp pointed stakes. The street is not...
    • Paving Broadway in Nyack, NY

    • Road construction; Bricks; Men; Watermelons;
    • South Broadway is being paved with bricks and the wormen are taking a midday break. Each has a slice of watermelon. Some are eating as the photgraph is taken; others are looking at the photographer. Their tools are simple: shovels, brooms, a...
    • Salisbury House: north side, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Elms;
    • The north side of the Salisbury House is covered with ivy. The dwelling is surrounded by trees, including a beautiful elm at the right. Piermont Avenue is paved and a road leading to the left is labeled, Private Road.
    • Grace Episcopal Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • In 1905, Grace Church at the corner of Franklin Street and First Avenue was an elegant but imposing structure. The clock tower, however, was not completed and bushes were not yet planted around the base. The streets are not yet paved.
    • First Presbyterian Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Stereographs;
    • A very early image of the First Presbyterian Church in Nyack. A man stands at the Broadway corner across from the front of the edifice, and a white dog sits in the middle of DePew Avenue. Neither street is paved.

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