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    • Lawn at Annandale, Thanksgiving 1888

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)
    • This photograph of the lawn at Annandale is dated Thanksgiving, November 29, 1888. Margaret Bard had been dead many years, and John Bard was remarried to Annie Belcher with whom he had a daughter, Marjorie. Annandale was a financial burden, and...
    • Diary of Arthur Sandys

    • Autobiography; Family histories; Sands Family; Slavery
    • The family memoirs of the Sands (Sandys) family, written by Arthur Sands, grandson of William Bard, and nephew of St. Stephen's founder John Bard. Arthur's father was Ferdinand Sands, who married William Bard's daughter Susan. Ferdinand and Susan...
    • dental_asst1

    • Photographs; Dental education; Dental equipment & supplies; Dental hygiene; Dentistry; Education; Students;
    • Dental assistant being observed by six individuals (some of whom are obscured) while demonstrating dental examination.
    • Young woman with wrist watch

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Blouses; Skirts;
    • A young woman poses for a studio portrait. Her skirt is long and narrow, but just barely long enough to cover her ankles, not truly full length. The peplum overskirt is really saucy. The rather plain blouse closes from left to right suggesting...
    • The hearth at Slabsides

    • Authors; Cabins;
    • "On this hearth in Slabsides, near West Park, N.Y., the naturalist John Burroughs cooked meals for guests, among whom were Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Ford, and other celebrities." - letterpress caption from verso of postcard.
    • Float - Capture of Andre

    • Floats (Parades); Postcards;
    • Capture of Andre - Major Andre of the British Army, was the intermediary through whom Benedict Arnold and the British commander-in-cheif conducted their secret negotiations for the betrayal of West Point. Andre was captured by the Americans near...
    • 1863-01-18 letter from Jacob HasBrouck to Rowena HasBrouck

    • African Americans; Slavery; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence;
    • Jacob tells Rowena about some activities he did today. He also describes a person of color whom he refers to as a 'darkey' who serves the regiment. The African American man brough him a stove made from an oil can and a soap box. The letter...
    • Baseball team

    • Baseball; Baseball players
    • Depicts 13 men, 11 of whom are in baseball uniforms with mitts, 1 wearing a Newburgh, N.Y. uniform.
    • Unit 06-Second Marriage

    • Education; Immigrants; Ethnic groups; prejudice
    • He talks about his courting his second wife in relation to his ailing mother, with whom he lived with. He told his second wife that he could not marry her until his elderly mother passed away, since he was responsible for taking care of her. ...
    • Church seat rental

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    • This is a receipt for the rental by Thomas Clemence of Seat No. 60 at the Presbyterian Church at Bethlehem. Bethlehem Presbyterian Church is the third oldest religious organization in the County of Orange. The congregation is composed of residents...
    • Orange Town Library Membership

    • Libraries; Documents;
    • This is the oldest document in the Nyack Library's Local History collection. "To all to whom these presents shall come - The trustees of the Orange Town Library send greetings - Know ye that the said Trustees do here;by admit Teunis I. Smith to be...
    • Hudson-Fulton Celebration float - capture of Andre

    • Soldiers; Postcards;
    • A float used in many Hudson-Fulton Celebration parades detailed the capture of Major Andre by a few Americans in Tarrytown, NY. Andre was the intermediary through whom Benedict Arnold negotiated with the British for the betrayal of West Point....
    • George Dickey, Nyack, NY

    • Men; School board members; Business people; Legislators;
    • The Honorable George Dickey, a Nyack school trustee in 1879, is dressed in formal wear. He wears glasses, an unusual feature in this set of photographs. From the "Rockland City and Country", October 1885: The Men to Vote for. GEORGE DICKEY....

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