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    • Ward Manor : boys' summer camp

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    • Boy campers sit on the rocks and in the trees of Cruger Island, then the location of the Ward boys' camp and now protected wetland of the Tivoli Bays reserve.
    • China Doll Head

    • China dolls
    • This doll head was found ca. 1975 behind the site of the former Trinity School and Home, later called the Watts de Peyster Home for Girls. During the early decades of the 20th century it was customary for villagers to dump trash along the banks of...
    • Black Rock, Cornwall, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Abandoned farms; Abandoned mines; Forest reserves; Forests;
    • A view of Black Rock which is in a protected forest between Cornwall and West Point, New York. In early times there was mining, farming and charcoal mining in the area.
    • Malley brickyard

    • Brick industry; Rivers; Photographs; Utility poles; Waterfronts; Chimneys;
    • A view down a hill of the Malley Brickyards. The brickyard is along the Hudson Riverfront. The brickyard is comprised of many buildings. several with tall chimneys. Along the waterfront, a massive low building stretched the length of the...
    • Cuckoo's Nest now and then

    • Restaurants; Lounges; Convenience stores; Automobiles; Postcards; Dormers; Porches; Awnings;
    • This image is composed of a black and white postcard positioned above a similarly-sized color photograph. The postcard on top shows a large restaurant with a side gable. There are two large gabled dormers on the roof. A large sign along the peak of...
    • Salisbury Home, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Estates;
    • The sandstone Salisbury House had a wide entry, protected by a low porch. Two men stand left of the porch. Three chimneys can be seen above the Dutch gables. Two single and one double dormers indicate rooms in the attic. Ivy grows up the left side...
    • Nyack YMCA

    • Young Men's Christian associations;
    • The Nyack YMCA is pictured through the scaffolding which protected passersby from the crumbling facade of the Tappan Zee Playhouse.
    • Nyack Camera Store and other businesses

    • Buildings; Business districts; Confectioneries;
    • Businesses on the north side of Nyack's Main Street in 1960 included Mae Moon, an ice cream store, Nyack Camera, the Nyack 5 & 10, and Van der Waldes. An old advertising sign for Goldstein's Department Store is painted on the side of the...
    • Unveiling of the Lincoln boulder at the Nyack Library

    • Libraries; Dedications;
    • The men, women, and children of Nyack have gathered in front of the Nyack Library, listening to a speaker who is standing on the library steps. The plaque of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address will be unveiled. Many women are protected by umbrellas on...
    • Public Library, Nyack, NY

    • Postcards; Libraries; Automobiles; Bicycles & tricycles;
    • The Nyack Library is covered in ivy. Parked in the front are three bicycles and an automobile. A ramp leads up the sidewalk to the steps and the entryway is protected by a red-and-white striped awning. The card was sent to Mrs. H. Nagel of Chicago,...
    • St. Ann's R. C. Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Postcards; Bell towers;
    • The red brick bell tower of St. Ann's Church donimates this image. Both the tower and the church stairs were built of gray stone, a pleasing contrast. A sapling on the right of the church has been protected by a wooden lattice.
    • Building-structure inventory form: Hedera

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    • Inventory form for building located on Turtle Point Rd; northwestern end of Tuxedo Lake recording the following information: Dr. Ercole Fiore (owner at time of inventory). A two and one-half story solidly constructed stone skeleton of arches and...
    • The shore of the Hudson River at Grand View, NY

    • Aerial photographs; Rivers; Waterfronts;
    • On the western shore of the Hudson River, north of Piermont and south of the Nyacks, is the small Village of Grand View-on-Hudson. This aerial photograph details many of the houses along River Road, the main thoroughfare of the village. Some of the...
    • Villa 'Nuits' (Cottenet-Brown House)

    • Mansions; Architectural elements
    • 'Nuits' is an Italian villa-style mansion in the Ardsley-on-Hudson section of Irvington, New York. Nuits, overlooking the Hudson River, was built by textile importer, Francois Cottenet in 1853. The estate was named for his birthplace, Nuits St....

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