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    • Betty Perry Interview

    • Librarians;
    • Betty Perry details her life from growing up in Oklahoma and California to her time in college and meeting her husband. She talks about moving to Nyack and her involvement in a variety of community organizations in the town, as well as her career...
    • Jerry Koblin Interview

    • Pharmacists;
    • Jerrry Koblin recalls growing up in Nyack, his family and their pharmacy, and how the light turned on for him and he became a pharmacist. He also discusses changes in the pharmacy business as well as the business district in Nyack.
    • Eugene Brown Interview

    • Bird watching; Childhood & youth;
    • Gene Brown recalls growing up and going to school in Upper Nyack, his family and home, his job as a camp counselor at the Montlawn Camp, and his love of nature and birds.
    • Christian Herald Camp 1920

    • Camps; Children walking;
    • A number of children are standing and/or walking between the road and a building on the Christian Herald/Mont Lawn campus in Upper Nyack.In the background is one of many buildings on the campus.
    • Crumbie's Glen, Upper Nyack

    • Waterfalls;
    • This picture is similar to #0596, except there are many more trees. The photographer was closer to the bridge and the water is falling over some large sections of rock, making the falls look higher than in the other picture. Frank Crumbie, the...
    • Defender Engine Company #One, Upper Nyack, NY

    • Fire fighters; Parades & processions;
    • This picture was taken at the main intersection in Upper Nyack. On the left is a band headed by a man in a bearskin hat. On the right are the fire department members in uniforms that have a large D on the chest. In the background is a shiny piece...
    • Crumbie's Glen

    • Waterfalls;
    • A waterfall tumbles down layers of rock in this cold weather scene in Upper Nyack. There are no leaves on the trees. A house and a wooden bridge can be seen in the background.
    • Summit School

    • Schools; Playgrounds;
    • Beyond the playing field is a large stone house, the main building of the Summit School in Upper Nyack. Before it became a school, it was the home of J. DuPratt White.
    • Summit School

    • Schools;
    • Behind some winter trees is a half timbered house which is on the campus of the Summit School, a private school in Nyackl.
    • Fastest Boat in the World, The Arrow

    • Boats; Boat & ship industry;
    • The boat Arrow is illustrated in a hand drawn advertisement for Samuel Ayers & Son, boat builders. The ship yard was in Upper Nyack. This is on the back of an Ackerman and Dutcher photograph, "Beach Upper Nyack (#0003)."
    • Upper Nyack

    • Streets;
    • Three Upper Nyack lanes converge into one at this peaceful intersection.
    • Biplane of Harry N. Atwood in Upper Nyack, NY

    • Airplanes; Biplanes;
    • Nyackers gathered in front of Harry Atwood's biplane after it landed in an Upper Nyack orchard. Harry Atwood was flying down the Hudson River at 50 miles per hour when a connecting rod in the airplane's engine melted and he came down in an Upper...
    • Julius Petersen

    • Boat & ship industry; Portrait photographs;
    • Julius Petersen,in waistcoat and bow tie, stands in front of a shed, presumably at his boatyard in Upper Nyack.
    • Old Stone Church, Built 1813, Nyack NY

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • Simple construction characterizes the Old Stone Church of Upper Nyack. The lower level is stone and the roof portion is frame with a peaked roof. A single chimney is above the front door.
    • Old Stone Church

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • Much of the stonework of the Old Stone Church in Upper Nyack is covered with ivy.
    • Old Stone Church, Built 1813, Nyack NY

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • A close up view of the Old Stone Church on North Broadway in Upper Nyack. The Old Stone Church was the first home of the Nyack Methodist Episcopal congregation, served by circuit clergy. Worship was here from 1813 until 1842. See the 1937...

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