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    • Hudson-Champlain award-winning parade float 1959

    • Photographs; Floats (Parades); Parades & processions; Students; Hats; Clothing & dress; Typewriters; Science;
    • Color photo of the Dutchess Community College award winning parade float of 1959. Seated on the float are 3 men and 2 women. Rip Van Winkle is standing on the top of the float - you can see the end of his beard. The base of the float is in red,...
    • Accounting Machine

    • Photographs; Typewriters; Books; Business & finance; Office equipment & supplies
    • A person sits at what appears to be an accounting typewriter. A woman sits to his right, with a book (possibly a manual) that has images of what appear to be the same typewriter.
    • Hal Holly oral history interview

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    • Retired IBMer. Hal was hired in Poughkeepsie as an Engineer in 1955. He was on strike working for another company, and IBM would not hire anyone who was on strike. After the strike ended, he was hired. Hal started as a designer on the Mod C...
    • John DeJoy oral history interview

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    • Retired IBMer. Management. John graduated from Hudson High School and did not go to college due to a death in his family. He joined IBM in 1955 on the assembly line in the Typewriter Division. Later, John joined the World Trade Division and...
    • Ron Costello oral history interview

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    • Retired IBMer. Mechanical Designer. Ron began his career in 1955 in Poughkeepsie while working on the typewriter line. When the Typewriter Division moved to Kingston Ron moved with it. While working in Kingston, he took a drafting course. The best...
    • Win Morrison oral history interview

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    • Programmer and current owner of Win Morrison Real Estate. Win interviewed with IBM in 1956 when they visited his high school. His class consisted of 41 students and he was the only one they hired. He started out in the Typewriter Division at age 18...
    • Piermont school site

    • Cornerstones; Schools; Pediments; Columns; Automobiles;
    • This image is composed of several elements. There are two color photographs, one black and white photograph, a copy of a printed announcement from 1899 and annotated by hand; and text added by typewriter in 1999. This collection of images is titled...
    • Piermont miscellany

    • Documents; History;
    • This is a document prepared by typewriter. It discussed some interesting history and trivia regarding the Village of Piermont. The document discusses events that took place roughly between the 1840's - 1940's. Only the passage on the 'Cedar Grove...
    • 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...
    • Three people working in a library

    • Libraries; Libraries (Rooms); Typewriters; Books; Bookcases; People;
    • This black-and-white image captures two women and one man working in a library. One woman is seated at a table with her back to the camera. She is in front of a typewriter and is actively reading from a book propped next to the typewriter. Across...
    • Tappan Library news

    • Typewriters; Libraries;
    • A woman sits at a small typewriter on a table. There are three young people across the table; the far young girl is holding a dog. Another young woman is seated to the rear of the typewriter woman and is hunched over. There is a poster leaning near...
    • Nyack Evening Journal 1925

    • Newsrooms;
    • Two men are seated at desks in a large office. There is a calendar on the wall, a stove, bookshelves, a typewriter, and two telephones. Letters in high windows say, "Coolidge and Dawes." The caption for this picture is "Editorial Office of Nyack...
    • Clerks in the Old Nyack Village Hall

    • City & town halls; Villages; Women;
    • Natalie Berne, Nyack village clerk, and Anne Hickey, deputy village clerk, work at a manual typewriter in the Old Village Hall at 134 Main Street. Notice the tin paneling on the wall and the oak desks.
    • Blackout

    • Reporters; Power shortages;
    • Journal-News reporter Virginia Parkhurst works at a typewriter during the 1977 blackout. Three candles provide power.
    • Virginia Parkhurst and Cat

    • Reporters; Women; Portrait photographs;
    • Virginia Parkhurst, holding a cat, stands near a desk in the Rockland County Journal News office. A typewriter is just behind her.
    • Virginia Parkhurst

    • Reporters; Women;
    • Mary Virginia Parkhurst, Journal-News reporter and Nyack historian, sits at her typewriter.
    • Parkhurst Typing

    • Reporters; Women;
    • Mary Virginia Parkhurst, Rockland County Journal-News reporter and editor, sits at her typewriter.
    • Virginia Parkhurst

    • Reporters; Women;
    • Mary Virginia Parkhurst sits at her typewriter. Usually known only as Virginia, she was a reporter and editor for the Rockland County Journal News for many decades. She was also historian for the Village of Nyack.

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