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    • Gardener's Cottage

    • Photographs; Gothic revival (Architecture)--New York; Romanticism in architecture
    • Called variously the Gardener's Cottage or Gardener's Lodge, this building served as the gatehouse to the Donaldson estate, Blithewood. Though A.J. Davis is often credited as the architect, an 1845 article in an agricultural publication entitled...
    • Last Chance in 20 Miles

    • Photographs; Stores & shops; Hotels; Taverns (Inns);
    • Photograph of uptown Chester opposite Academy Avenue on Main Street. Sign standing on end on porch: “Last Chance in 20 Miles.” Large sign extending from front corner of building: “W?n Fricker ???, G. Krueger – Lager Beer.” Center...
    • The Stable at Yama Farms

    • Photographs; Stone buildings; Stonework; Roofs;
    • Black and white photograph of the stable in winter. The lower walls are built of field stone; the upper walls and roof are constructed in a Japanese style. There is a pond in the foreground and mountains in the rear.
    • Post Office, Congers

    • Post offices; Building;
    • Black and white postcard showing Congers Post Office, Congers, NY. The sign on the Post Office reads "[illegible word] Boarding and Livery, Stable".
      From the June 21, 1899 New York Times.
      "June 20. - This place, on Rockland Lake, was the...
    • Wood-Rutter  estate stable building (Irvington, N.Y.)

    • Stables; Stone buildings; Weather vanes
    • The stone two-story stable building on the Wood-Rutter estate in Irvington, New York. The double-wide wooden door entry at the center of the building is closed. There are windows on the first and second floors and a gabled roof. A weather vane is...
    • Livery Stable and the Rockland Hotel

    • Photographs; Clippings; Stables; City & town life;
    • Two photographs, clipped from a newspaper. The top photograph is of the livery stable on Orange Avenue, before 1900. The text under the photograph reads: This livery stable stood on Orange Avenue, Suffern, next to the Eureka House and was run by...
    • 2nd Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Bricks; Garages; Stables; Cornices; Graffiti; Automobiles
    • A car is parked in front of this two-story brick structure. The corniced roof is flat with a slight tilt towards the back. Wooden doors with a hay loft door above are centered on the building. There is graffiti on either side of the bay doors on...
    • 2nd Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Garages; Stables; Gables; Traffic signs & signals; Snow; Clapboard siding
    • A note indicates that the original use of this building was as a stable. The building is gabled on the front and sides of the building and the roof shingles are diamond shaped. The siding in the front gable is fish-scaled, the siding on the rest of...
    • Blauvelt's Livery Stable

    • Stables; Carriages & coaches;
    • Blauvelt's Livery Stable was a broad, 2 and 1/2 story brick and frame structure. Two large doorways are open on the ground level. Carriages can be seen in one. Six men and a boy stand in front of the building facing the camera. Barrels can be seen...
    • Nyack: Van Houten's Livery Stable on Church Street

    • Stagecoaches; Horses;
    • The Congers - Rockland Lake stagecoach stands in front of a large stable building, which was behind the old Tappan Zee Playhouse. The horse at the front of the coach is not harnessed to it. A carriage is inside the barn. Three men and a small girl...
    • Buggies and drivers, Piermont, NY

    • Stables; Horses; Carriages & coaches; Men;
    • Outside a livery stable are some men, some horses, and some buggies. This was Lawson's stable, on the site of Memorial Park in Piermont. This image is the reverse of the one found in "Piermont - Three Centuries," published by the Friends of...
    • The Lawsons of Piermont, NY

    • Stables;
    • The Lawson family had a livery stable and business, Lawson & Sons, on the site of Kane Memorial Park in Piermont. In the 1914 Nyack Directory, the names connected with the business are Robert, Robert Jr., William and Benjamin. The couple in this...
    • 20 Tallman Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Towers; Finials;
    • Historian Jean Pardo described this as "a house that takes one's attention." The veranda is angled to catch the breezes; the square tower has a perky finial. Maintenance has been excellent over the years. On the property is the original stable,...

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