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    • Decorator from Brooklyn in Downtown Chester

    • Photographs; Villages; Railroad signal towers; Carts & wagons;
    • Photograph taken in downtown Chester, looking towards the depot, of a man standing next to buggy labeled" “Decorator, 305 B,Way, Brooklyn.” In background, Erie freight cars, Borden's milk depot and the Railroad control tower can be seen.
    • Downtown Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Business districts; Storefronts; Lintels; Bricks; Gables;
    • The perspective of this photograph is looking down a street lined with brick buildings to the building across the intersecting street. The building at the intersection is three-story brick with a gable extending from an otherwise flat roofline. On...
    • Downtown Church

    • Churches; Towers; Stained glass; Fences;
    • This image is of a gabled church building with a center tower. The tower extends only slightly over the gabled roof. The tower features an arched stained glass window above an arched door. Several steps lead up to the door from street level. There...
    • Downtown church - Village Hall

    • Churches; Demolition; Snow; Ladders; Fences;
    • This image is of the dismantling of a church. The church is located along a sidewalk between two other street-front buildings. There is a wrought-iron fence that runs along the sidewalk in front of the church. The entire center section of the front...
    • Downtown Sparkill

    • Business districts; Water towers; Automobiles;
    • This postcard depicts a large expanse of area that forms the village square of the town of Sparkill. There are buildings and businesses surrounding the square on three sides. On the left side there is an early model open top automobile riding...
    • Unit 10-Perspective on Future of Downtown New Rochelle

    • Business enterprises; Business districts; Shopping centers; Civil engineering; City planning;
    • He elaborates on the promise of suburban malls in relation to the Paramus NJ investment/purchase. Although he expanded into NJ, he kept the store in New Rochelle until 1975 when he thought that it was no longer lucrative to be in New Rochelle. ...
    • Unit 01-Family Origin and Downtown New Rochelle in Early 20th Century

    • Emigration & immigration; Ethnic groups; Business districts; Business enterprises; Recreation; Beaches; Shopping; Commerce;
    • Her father emigrated from Russia and settled in NYC. Her parents moved to New Rochelle in 1907 and opened a custom tailor shop in New Rochelle. Mechanic Street was a bustling marketplace and most stores were open until 11:00 p.m. at night. She...
    • Aerial photo of downtown Nyack 1981

    • Aerial views
    • From an airplane, most of the Village of Nyack is visible. At the foot of Main Street is the old marina with its "lighthouse," (once an oil storage tank) and the old ferry terminal.
    • Hook Mountain and Downtown

    • Views;
    • The upper picture is a view of Nyack businesses and other buildings; railroad tracks are near the lower right corner. The bottom picture is of a mountain. If it is of the Hook, this picture must predate the quarrying which changed the mountain's...
    • Aerial view of downtown Nyack on a street fair day

    • Aerial photographs; Business districts; Fairs;
    • A color view of the downtown area on Nyack as it appeared in September 1999. DePew Avenue is on the right, Artopee Way in the center, and Main Street left. Many people are on Main Street and in the theater parking lot.
    • An aerial view of downtown Nyack on a street fair day

    • Aerial photographs; Business districts; Fairs;
    • An aerial view of Nyack's downtown area with the Hudson River in the background. Main Street is in the center of the photo and many shoppers are walking along the street. A number of sailboats are moored in the river.
    • Downtown Blauvelt

    • Business districts;
    • In 1890, the few buildings in downtown Blauvelt were spare and frame. The bridge brings the road, probably Western Highway, over the railroad tracks. On the left was the Blauvelt Hotel.
    • The Downtown Center softball team, Nyack, NY

    • Softball; Softball players;
    • The Downtown Center softball team poses in front of the backstop at Memorial Park, Nyack. In the back row are Reverend Ernest Buxton, Jerry Whitley (54), Manuel "Skeet" Brownley (24), Jerry Jackson (with hat), Dave Crenshaw (11), Gregory Diaz (17),...
    • Walter Blount, Jr. Interview Part 01: Coming to Nyack, downtown, race relations

    • Firsts; Depressions; Segregation; Churches; Civil rights; Civil rights leaders; Business people; Educational facilities; Neighborhoods; Integration; Housing
    • Walter Blount, Jr. recounts how his parents came to Nyack and started a business, and provides commentary on race relations and urban renewal. Key Words: Nyack, St. George Hotel, Liberty Street, Depew Ave., Jackson Ave., Burd St., urban...
    • Aerial view of downtown Nyack, NY

    • Aerial photographs; Business districts; Urban renewal; Schools;
    • This aerial view shows the Main Street area of Nyack prior to the construction of new parking lots and housing. The vacant lots are Urban Renewal sites dedicated to housing and parking. Main Street runs from the lower right to the upper left of the...

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