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    • Ronald Ingold Oral History Interview [Audio]

    • Fish; Fishermen; Fishing
    • Commercial fisherman Ronald Ingold discusses family life, shad, sturgeon, change in styles of nets, jumping poles for stake netting, the composition of fishing crews and their tasks, the different species of native and non-native Hudson River fish,...
    • Stony Point Battlefield Lighthouse

    • Postcards; Battlefields; Lighthouses;
    • Stony Point Lighthouse, the oldest on the Hudson, marked the entrance to the Hudson Highlands for nearly a hundred years and was built in 1826, the result of a contract between Thomas Phillips, of New York City, and Jonathan Thompson,...
    • Stony Point, Hudson River

    • Postcards; Rivers; Coastlines; Lighthouses;
    • This image was hand-colored. Stony Point Lighthouse, the oldest on the Hudson, marked the entrance to the Hudson Highlands for nearly a hundred years and was built in 1826, the result of a contract between Thomas Phillips, of New York City, and...
    • Group work at table

    • Typewriters; Drawing; People;
    • In this black-and-white photograph six people are gathered around a table performing a variety of tasks. On the far end of the table two women sit adjacent to each other working on a typewriter. Two men sit at opposite side of the table. The man on...
    • Thruway: Construction of Tappan Zee Bridge Span

    • Road construction; Bridges
    • Many workmen are engaged in road laying tasks. The superstructure of the Tappan Zee Bridge is behind them. A shortage of steel due to the Korean War delayed the original construction of the bridge.
    • Re-enactors on the 'Providence'

    • Military parades & ceremonies; Ships;
    • Re-enactors in red and blue uniforms tend to tasks aboard the ship, "Providence," as part of the two hundred year observance of the Washington-Carleton meeting in Piermont.
    • Novices at Marydell Camp, Upper Nyack, NY

    • Women; Dogs; Raking (Sweeping); Wheelbarrows;
    • Novices demonstrate a number of the tasks performed at the camp and convent, where they raised much of their own food. While two of the young women play with a dog, others are raking, filling bushel baskets, and preparing to carry the baskets away...

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