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    • Moore Block

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    • Exterior of Moore building, corner of Broadway and North Rd., Madalin, NY. Built in 1899, the building originally sported a square tower facing the intersection.
    • Acorn Store

    • Automobiles; Village communities
    • This photograph depicts the Moore building as the home of 'Choinsky's 'Acorn Store.' The square tower visible in the earlier postcard is gone, and there appears to be a traffic light attached to the exterior of the building. Open awnings lend a...
    • Mr. Matthews on trumpet with "Bronco" Charlie Miller

    • Photographs
    • William Henry Matthews plays the trumpet, center, while "Bronco" Charlie Miller listens, at left. Bungalow Hill. William Matthews' scrapbook notes: "Bronco Charley Miller's "saga of the saddle" began in the 1860s when he began riding the Pony...
    • "The House on the Rock"

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    • The structure in the foreground, sometimes referred to as the 'Stone Jug,' was the first dormitory on campus. An article in a February 1897 issue of the St. Stephen's Messenger notes the following: "In this house lived the few students, who at...
    • Band Practice in Grosvenor Square

    • World War, 1939-1945--Art and the war
    • Band Practice in Grosvenor Square (Known as Eisenhower Platz). Building in background is 20 Grosvenor Square E[astern Theater of Operations] [Headquarters]. R. Foreground: British Barrage Balloon Girls.
    • Conklin & Roe To J. Durland & Son

    • Documents; General stores;
    • J. Durland & Son statement for supplies sold to Conklin & Roe Lumber Yard, which was located downtown across from the Erie Depot. The Durland Store was located in Uptown Chester at the corner of Main Street & Academy Avenue, then called Durland's...
    • Durland's Square

    • Photographs; Stores & shops;
    • Winter at Durland's Square. Photograph of Durland's Department Store at corner of Main Street and Academy Avenue. Durland residence, Yelverton Inn, seen behind the store.
    • 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.
    • Chester photo folio

    • Photographs; Viewbooks; Villages; Buildings; Schools;
    • Album/folio of ten photos of Chester scenes. Chester High School on Oakland Avenue, called University Heights. Lower left corner marked: "3rd Grade" Bottom: "Chester Academy" "A bit of High St., Chester, N.Y." Right house: "Thompson's" "Along...
    • The Square, Chester, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Buildings; Storefronts; Automobiles; Automobile service stations;
    • Photo postcard of the "The Square" - intersection of Main Street and Academy Avenue, opposite the Durland Store. The wooden Murray’s Garage structure was moved to the Murray’s residence back yard and replaced with a concrete block garage in 1916....
    • The Square. Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Bandstands; Villages;
    • The Square. Cornwall-on-Hudson, N.Y. ; No. 863 Barton & Spooner, Cornwall o/H., N. Y. ; (Germany). The brick building in the background was called Matthiesen Hall. The view is facing north from Hudson Street.
    • Hudson Co Gas and Elelctrtic Co's Building

    • Postcards; Electricity; Utility poles; Carriages & coaches; Horses
    • A square two-story building at the corner of Duncan Avenue and Hudson Street in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York. Built before 1913. A horse-drawn wagon is in front of the building. Several people are standing in front; possibly watching the...
    • Louise Harrison oral history interview [Audio]

    • Families; Agriculture; Teaching; People; Farm produce
    • Mrs. Harrison's family came from Scotland. Her father was Henry Hunter. Her grandfather had over 100 Cheerry trees. The cherries were shippped to New York City by boat. Mrs. Harrison named all the people who owned buildings on Hudson Street...

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