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    • "Bard's Folly"

    • Theater--New York (State)
    • Photograph identified as follows: "Bard's Folly." Written and produced by Harvey Fite in Orient Theater (1935), this is a skit about John Bard reluctantly giving his consent to having a college and enrolling the first student. Cast (from left to...
    • J. Durland & Son 4 gallon crock

    • Pottery; Advertising;
    • 4 gallon crock with cobalt, floral decoration produced for J. Durland & Son, a general store located at the intersection of Academy Ave. and Main Street, known as Durland Square in Uptown Chester.
    • Joseph Durland 2 gallon crock

    • Pottery; Advertising
    • 2 gallon crock with cobalt, pecking chicken decoration produced for Joseph Durland. Dealer in General Merchandise, whose general store located at the intersection of Academy Ave. and Main Street, known as Durland Square in Uptown Chester.
    • Woman wearing open work fabric

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Collars; Dresses;
    • This woman wears fabric of what may be a silk/wool combination. However, there are two fabrics involved the “V” shaped insert in the front of her bodice. Here, a machine made open work fabric is layered over a lighter color. You can see this in...
    • Boulderberg Manor

    • Houses; Restaurants; Architecture; Gables; Dormers; Concrete;
    • This is an article produced by the New York Concrete Construction Institute, Inc. regarding the first cast-in-place concrete houses in New York. The Gothic Revival house, dating from 1858, was built to be the residence of businessman Calvin...
    • Siren newsletter

    • Fliers (Printed matter); Fire fighters;
    • This document is the front page of a newsletter titled, "Siren". This newsletter is produced by the Bureau of Fire Management and Control. The cover story concerns the formation of an underwater rescue team in Piermont.
    • Tappan Brochure

    • Pamphlets;
    • This is tri-fold brochure produced by the Tappantown Historical Society and printed in conjunction with the Free and Accepted Masons of the State of New York, owners of the DeWint House, regarding the history of Tappan. Tappan has significant...
    • Love perforated paper needlework

    • Embroidery -- Patterns;
    • Love embroidered on perforated paper in green, blue, pink, red and yellow.; Starting in the 1820s, women could purchase commercially produced perforated cardboard for making smaller embroidered items such as book-marks, needle cases and trinket...
    • Sampler, Louisa Hasbrouck

    • Huguenots; Students;
    • Undated needlework sampler created by Louisa Hasbrouck, constructed when she was a young girl. The sampler consists of the alphabet in capital letters and numerals 1 through 8 in red crossstitch. Each line is separated by different crossstitch...
    • "Pretty Penny" by Edward Hopper

    • Paintings; Houses;
    • In 1939, Edward Hopper painted a picture of the house known as "Pretty Penny" for his neighbor, Helen Hayes. To raise money to save Hopper's birthplace, the Edward Hopper Preservation Foundation produced this stationery in 1985, noting that the...
    • View of Nyack, NY

    • Views; Postcards;
    • This beautiful scene does not appear to be specifically Nyack, but was one of a series of postcards produced to feature the beauty of the Hudson Valley region. The card required a one-cent stamp.
    • View of Nyack, NY

    • Views; Postcards;
    • This beautiful scene does not appear to be specifically Nyack, but was one of a series of postcards produced to feature the beauty of the Hudson Valley region. The card required a one-cent stamp.
    • View near Nyack, NY

    • Views; Postcards;
    • This beautiful scene does not appear to be specifically Nyack, but was one of a series of postcards produced to feature the beauty of the Hudson Valley region. The card required a one-cent stamp.
    • View of Nyack, NY

    • Views; Postcards;
    • This beautiful scene does not appear to be specifically Nyack, but was one of a series of postcards produced to feature the beauty of the Hudson Valley region. The card required a one-cent stamp.
    • View near Nyack, NY

    • Views; Postcards;
    • This beautiful scene does not appear to be specifically Nyack, but was one of a series of postcards produced to feature the beauty of the Hudson Valley region. The card required a one-cent stamp.
    • Welcome to Pearl River, NY

    • Signs (Notices);
    • Beneath the sign, "Welcome to Pearl River," is another: "Oral Polio Vaccine Capital of the World." Lederle Labs, at one time the largest employer in Rockland County, produced the polio vaccine.

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