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    • Walton Lake gate house

    • Waterworks; Photographs
    • Photograph of Gate House, Walton Lake built 1893. The area of lake, which is the Chester Water System reservoir is 127 acres, with a storage capacity of 300,000,000 gallons. The outlet pipe is 12 inches in diameter. Fall to Durland's Store 225 ft....
    • Corporation Building Section Plan No 151 I

    • Plans; Engineering drawings; Building construction
    • Elevational cross-section drawing of the new Corporation building to house the Village of Chester Court, Jail, Village offices, and Fire Company. Basement housed court room, two cells and Village Trustees meeting room. Walton Hose Company occupied...
    • Dutchess Light, Heat, & Power Company Album, page 10

    • Accidents; Automobiles; Barns; water; Private utility companies; Power industry; Chimneys; Photograph albums;
    • 6 photographs-far left 3 photographs are different angles of a coal storage barn, which appears to have vehicle driven into it and destruction. The right three photographs are more images of the construction of the water softner.
    • Coal on Island Dock, Kingston, New York

    • Coal; Canal boats; Canals; Streams
    • Coal stored at a transfer facility on Island Dock in Kingston. Island Dock was designed as a storage transfer facility for the anthracite coal that was shipped from Pennsylvania to the Rondout by way of the Delware and Hudson Canal. The island was...
    • Island Dock, Kingston, New York

    • Coal; Canal boats; Streams
    • A view of the coal transfer and storage facility on Island Dock. The Dodge Yarding System, the assemblage of unloading elevators seen in this photo, was able to handle 1,000 tons a day and automatically weighed and screened the cargo at the same...
    • Concklin Fruit Farm

    • Buildings; Agriculture; Ladders; Fruit; Fruit industry; Roads; Stores & shops;
    • Gordon Concklin Fruit Farm, stand & storage, Nov.1947. Ladder leaning against roof with man fixing roof. Photo taken from across the road.
    • Trucking and storage trucks

    • Photographs; Trucks; Truck industry;
    • Two photographs. The first photograph is of a truck owned by transportation specialists, Schiekofer Brothers Express, Suffern - New York. The top of the truck advertises daily trips to New York City. The second photograph is of an advertisement...
    • Doyle Bros. Trucking and views of Suffern

    • Photographs; Books; Truck industry; Stores & shops; Views; Plumbing stores;
    • Photographs of two pages from a book, showing five photographs with text below them. The first photograph is of an attractive store front of the well-known establishment of Mr. George A Beers. The Suffern merchant, engaged for many years in the...
    • 82 West Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Flat roofs; Mountains;
    • A snow-covered mountain looms behind these small two-story homes with flat roofs. One house, and the part of another house is across an intersection. On the near side of the intersection, the side of a third house is caught in the photograph. The...
    • Piermont factory

    • Factories; Water towers; Retaining walls; Rivers;
    • This is a view across the Hudson River to an industrial site located on the edge of the water. On the left side there large brick factory building that is about three stories tall. There are large windows all along the factory. There are other...
    • Airplane Nyack airport

    • Airplanes; Biplanes; Hats; Hay;
    • An early model biplane is seated in a field. There is a rope border around the plane and at the border there is a crowd of people around the plane. At the front of the plane there is a man in derby hat and long coat. Behind the plane there are more...
    • Page 3 - Town of Montgomery

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    • Station 3643+20 to Station 3686+00. Section in Village of Montgomery. Location of Coal Storage, Tool Houses, Snow Burners, Water Mains, Gate Houses, sewers, Supervisors House, Office, Pump House, wells, tanks, Carknockers Building, Car Repair...
    • Letter to Chairman of Newburgh Free Library Committee

    • Libraries; Classification--Books; Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--20th Century;
    • This is a letter to Hiram Lozier, Chairman of the Library Committee from W. R. Eastman, Chief of the Library Division of the Department of Education, regarding the need to have the library books classified and arranged by subject. Mr. Eastman's...
    • Aerial photo of downtown Nyack 1981

    • Aerial views
    • From an airplane, most of the Village of Nyack is visible. At the foot of Main Street is the old marina with its "lighthouse," (once an oil storage tank) and the old ferry terminal.
    • Nyack Express Company

    • Trucks; Moving & storage trade;
    • The Nyack Express Company truck has an open cab, like a carriage, and the wheels have spokes, like wagon wheels. This information is on the side: Nyack Express Company, Established 1893, Telephone 432, and Storage.
    • "Lighthouse" at Foot of Burd Street

    • Waterfronts; Business districts;
    • At the foot of Burd Street once stood a building, an old storage tank, that had been redesigned to look like a lighthouse. It was used as a retail business. Slightly uphill are houses and warehouses.
    • Nyack Waterfront  1947

    • Waterfronts; Aerial photographs;
    • In 1947, the Nyack waterfront was a place of business. Scanning from left to right, one sees a greenhouse, a rowing club, a marine supply business, the old ferry slip, and a large collection of oil storage tanks.
    • Backyards and garage, Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Urban renewal;
    • These buildings had businesses on Main Street in Nyack but the backs show apartments, storage buildings, and a garage. The musical note advertised the location of the Harmony Music Center, which supplied most of the rental instruments for the Nyack...
    • Rockland Lake, NY

    • Lakes & ponds; Stereographs;
    • A lone traveller stands alongside a dirt road that leads to Rockland Lake, a spring-fed lake about 150 feet above the Hudson River. Rockland Lake was famous for its ice-cutting and storage operations, until the invention of electric refrigeration.

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