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    • Portrait of Samuel Bard

    • Bard, Samuel, 1742-1821
    • This photograph depicts an oil portrait of Samuel Bard as an older man who shows the weight of great responsibilities and sorrows. Samuel Bard launched the first medical school in New York City, the College of Physicians and Surgeons, attached to...
    • Chester Academy before the addition

    • Photographs; Schools;
    • The Chester Academy was built in 1846, at a cost of $10,000. It was a frame building 50 by 75 feet standing at the corner of Academy Avenue and the Goshen Road, now, 2006, called Brookside Ave. (Route 17M). This photograph was taken before the 25...
    • Ruins of L&HRR Greycourt Turntable

    • Digital photographs; Turntables (Railroads)
    • Digital photograph of the ruins of the Lehigh & Hudson River Railway Co. Greycourt Turntable seen to the left of the surviving tracks, now, 2006, operated by the CSX Corporation. In the era of steam powered locomotives, this turntable provided...
    • Bob Gaus oral history interview

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    • Bob is the former owner of Simpson-Gaus Funeral Home. He and his parents came from Long Island in 1982 and purchased the Frank Simpson Funeral Home, at first having no idea where Kingston or the Hudson River was. Bob interacted throughout with...
    • Sarah Elizabeth Watkins Elting

    • Huguenots;
    • Studio portrait of Sarah Elizabeth Watkins Elting. Ms. Elting is wearing dress reformers attire, which includes a three quarter length dress with matching pants. Sarah Elting is standing in front of a backdrop of a stairway in a photographic...
    • Fire Engine Company, No. 1, Orangetown

    • Fire engines; Fire fighters;
    • This photo of Orangetown's Fire Engine Company, No. 1, was taken on Broadway in front of the old Reformed Church. The central figure is Daniel D. Demarest, at the time the surviving charter member of the company. Others that were part of the group...
    • 15 North Mill Street, Nyack, NY

    • Factories; Shoe industry; Business districts;
    • This brick mill building is one of a few surviving industrial sites in the Village of Nyack. Shoes were made here. There is an extensive history in the 1988-89 Neiweg and Reimann "Survey of Historic Buildings Village of Nyack, New York," pp. 1 and ...
    • 23 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Stone buildings;
    • Built around 1820, this is Nyack's only surviving example of Dutch sandstone architecture, a style which flourished throughout the Hudson River Valley. The sandstone has been covered with stucco and other architectural details have been stripped...

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