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    • Students read onstage with band in background

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • "A weekly variety show of WXBC broadcast from the stage of the college." (from verso of similar photograph) Students are identified as Flicker, Joel H. Fields '53, Peter Hess Stone '51, Jordan King, Andrew Pierson Strong, Jr., '51, Whitney F....
    • Students performing on stage

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • Verso explains: "The weekly variety show of WXBC broadcast from the stage of the college theatre. Spring 1950." This school year marked the start of drama and variety shows being broadcast to the Poughkeepsie area with the assistance of WKIP.
    • The Bard Band with Judy Diamond performing on air

    • College radio stations; College students--United States
    • Judith "Judy" Diamond '52, stands at the microphone while the Bard Band plays backup. The Band performed Dixieland Jazz, and was led by Skip Strong '51, Herbert "Herb" Severtsen '53 on piano, Jordan King on trumpet, Whitney "Whit" Bolton? '51 on...
    • Rhinebeck Post Office Mural: Plowing on the King's Highway, 1740

    • Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--Buildings, structures, etc.; Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town); Local history--New York (State); Village communities;
    • "A farmer living on the King's Highway stops plowing to chat with the new weekly Post Rider on his way from New York to Albany. Rhinebeck has always been one of the most important stops first on the Indian Trail to Fort Orange (Albany). Later the...
    • E. L. B.

    • Photographs; Group portraits; Buildings;
    • Group of 12 people in a snowy path in front of the Weekly News, “Fine Printing” shop, known as the Old Bank Building on Main Streets.

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      Now, 2004, the site is Clayton Delany's parking lot.

      Note: ...
    • The Hollow, Firthcliffe, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Labor housing; Streets;
    • The Hollow, Firthcliffe, N. Y. This picture shows a row of the houses built by the Firth Carpet Mill for housing for its employees. In the background is the smokestack of the mill. The mill built a school for the children of the employees and a...
    • Matthiessen Hall, Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York

    • Architecture; Buildings; Concert halls; Libraries (Rooms);
    • This three story building was erected in 1870 by the Cornwall Library Building Company at a cost of $28,000 for land and construction. The first floor contained a bank, drug store, and post office; on the second floor were offices, a billiard room...
    • Christian Herald Home, Nyack

    • Building; Religious groups;
    • Color postcard showing the Christian Herald Home in Nyack, NY. The Christian Herald was a religious weekly newspaper. In 1894 the first group of children came to Nyack from New York City to spend the summer out of the city.
    • Children's Temple, Christian Herald Home

    • Photographs; Buildings; Religious groups
    • The Children's Temple at Christian Herald Home in Nyack, N.Y. The Christian Herald was a religious weekly newspaper. In 1894 the first group of children came to Nyack from New York City to spend the summer out of the city. This camp closed in...
    • bi-fold inside

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    • These photographs feature on the inside of a bi-fold postcard. The front of the postcard features a map of the Lower Hudson Valley indicating the route from the region to the Come Inn in Tomkins Cove, N. Y. The photographs on the left side of the...
    • H. R. Kimber & Co. Invoice

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;Receipts (Acknowledgments)
    • This is a receipt for publication of an annual report made out to Trustees of the Glebe by the H. R. Kimber & Co., publishers of the Newburgh Daily and Weekly Register and Printing House.
    • The lower level of the Nyack Library

    • Libraries; Card catalogs;
    • Before computers, the card catalog was an integral part of the Nyack Library and located near the reference desk. Librarian Susan Weekly talks with a young patron.
    • William G. Haeselbarth, Nyack, NY

    • Men; Newspaper editors;
    • William G. Haeselbarth, a supporter of public education, was a white-haired man when this photograph was originally taken. On the back is this note: "Founder and Editor of the 'Rockland County Journal,' The steadfast friend of public School...

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