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    • Student reading in sound booth

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • A student reads a "Western Union Press Message" in the sound booth. Nightly news was wired from the New York Times starting in 1950.
    • Three students read in sound booth

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • Three students read for live broadcast from a sound booth. Identified on verso are Don Lasser '51, Fred Segal '49, Peter Stone '51 (seated), Corinne Sherman '49, and Anita Gonzales (seated).
    • Stefan Hirsch in his studio

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; Artists' studios
    • Shown here at work in his studio, Stefan Hirsch was one of a number of emigre intellectuals at Bard who enriched the curriculum in the 1930s and 1940s, and provided a sound basis for the 'progressive' label that had come to be associated with a...
    • Stefan Hirsch at work

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; Artists' studios
    • Another image of Stefan Hirsch at work in his studio. Hirsch was one of a number of emigre intellectuals at Bard who enriched the curriculum in the 1930s and 1940s, and provided a sound basis for the 'progressive' label that had come to be...
    • Hotel Di Prima

    • Postcards; Photographic postcards; Hotels;
    • Color photo of the aerial view of the Hotel Di Prima. "The Hotel Di Prima consists of 3 brick, fire-protected buildings with 59 bed-rooms with running water or private baths. Varied activities feature swim-pool, handball, boccie, softball,...
    • Aerial view of Pearl River 1924

    • Aerial views; Buildings; Factories; Railroads; Advertisements;
    • This is a panoramic map drawn by Rene Cinquin from an aerial photo of Pearl River, N.Y. This map was used by realtors for publicity. All of the structures in town are represented. All streets are shown. There is an article below the picture...
    • Unit 03-Her Family's Businesses in New Rochelle

    • Immigrants; Cultural relations; Families; Construction; Settlements; Philanthropists; Philanthropy; Labor supply;
    • The Islin family helped to contribute to the building of City Park, along with donating food/gifts to the economically underprivileged. They owned many acres of land along the east cost/long island sound from Davenport Park to Hudson Park. Her...
    • Unit 03-Growing Up in New Rochelle (continued)

    • Business enterprises; Business districts; Busing (School integration); Military organizations; Military camps; Athletes; Judaism; Race discrimination; Synagogues;
    • Downtown New Rochelle's Retail Stores were relatively new and created a bustling shop atmosphere. George would travel to downtown, New Rochelle from his Quaker Ridge neighborhood.
    • Unit 04-New Rochelle during WWII Timeframe

    • War; Suburban life; Ethnic groups; Ethnic neighborhoods; Judaism;
    • There were many prominent Jewish families that lived in New Rochelle; many lived in the Beechwood section of New Rochelle. Other families, like hers, lived on South Side of New Rochelle close to Main Street. Temple Israel was originally located...
    • Performers at memorial park, Nyack

    • African Americans; Singers;
    • Singer Emi Kemp checks sound equipment before a performance at Memorial Park in Nyack. There was a youth center with deck and pool near the brook. Ronnie Taylor, Giles Stewart, and Ray Minniefield are in the background. Ernie Buxton was the...
    • When the horse was king, Nyack, NY

    • Stables; Horses; Carriages & coaches;
    • This 1918 picture was published in 1931 with this caption: "This picture taken in the good old days when the sound of galloping shoes was heard through the countryside, shows Erskine Garrabrant and his array of livery horses and carriages. Ersk is...
    • First Baptist Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Postcards;
    • The brick First Baptist Church was at the corner of North Broadway and Fifth Avenue. In 1905, it was a solid building with a tall steeple. The message on the card is intriguing: "Arrived home safe and sound In the churchyard of this church is where...

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