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    • "Chrystenah" Arriving at Rockland Lake, NY

    • Ferries; Steamboats; Postcards;
    • The steamer "Chrystenah" nears the dock below Rockland Landing. Passengers will disembark and ride up the hill to Rockland Lake. A tugboat waits at the right. The photographer was a resident of Rockland Lake, NY.
    • "Treason House"

    • Balusters; Buildings; Dwellings; Porches; Clapboard siding; Shutters; Hip roofs; Grilles; Stone walls; Shrubs; Trees; Doors & doorways; Plasterwork; Stairways;
    • Image of the William Hett Smith House, commonly refered to as the "Treason House".
    • "Velocipede or Accelerator" plate

    • Porcelain; painting; people; Bicycles & tricycles; top hats; beards; flowers;
    • Plate featuring painting of man on a bicycle (velocipede) with following words: "Velocipede or Accelerator. Going to Brighton at the rate of 10 miles an hour." Plate features painted line and floral design around rim.
    • 110 Grand Street, Newburgh NY

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    • In the early 20th century, undertakers established offices in former residential buildings like this frame row house. In 1916, Gilbert Calyer lived here with his wife Anna. he and his partner, Edward Murtfeldt, met with bereaved families in offices...
    • 120 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Towers;
    • This modest house has several interesting features, especially the five-sided balcony/tower on the porch roof. Also of note are the double chimneys, the sunburst in the eaves, and the fish-scale shingles on the tower, the dormer, and in the eaves....
    • 14, 16, and 18 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • Three of the small houses on lower High Avenue, only a stone's throw from the Hudson River, which were built in the 1800s for working class families. In the 1910 Sanborn map book, all of these homes have front porches. All have been renovated and...
    • 1910 parade on South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Parades & processions; Women; Buildings;
    • The Red Cross women of Central Nyack parade by a row of stores and houses on South Broadway in Nyack, NY. These buildings were replaced in 1927 by the Nyack YMCA and its adjoining building.
    • 1910 printing press at the Rhinebeck Gazette

    • Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Printing presses;
    • The man standing on the right is putting blank sheets into the printing press. The man sitting is working on reviewing the typeset. There are two people in the back by the windows setting type. A small job press is on the left used for ads and...
    • 20 Tallman Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Barns; Towers;
    • Three images of #20 Tallman Avenue was the home of Charlotte Menaker, who was active in historical events in Nyack. At the top is a drawing done by Frances G. Scott. The small barn is at the back right. The middle image is of the house in 2006; the...
    • 206 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This modest house is at the northwest corner of High and Midland Avenues in Nyack. Surrounded by a high hedge, it has wonderful plantings. The two-story dwelling is found on Map 17 of the 1910 Sanborn Map Company Insurance Maps of Nyack.
    • 210 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • 210 High Avenue is an unassuming house, basically unchanged over the years. The addition at the right rear, however, does not appear on Map 17 of the 1910 Sanborn Map Company Insurance Maps of Nyack.
    • 212 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • 212 High Avenue is similar to its next-door neighbor on the right but is a more attractive dwelling. It is found on Map 17 of the 1910 Sanborn Map Company Insurance Maps of Nyack.
    • 214 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Gambrel roofs; Porches; Bay windows;
    • This stucco dwelling incorporates elements of the Colonial Revival architectural style: leaded glass, bay windows, gambrel roof lines, and a wide front porch with a portico. It's a large, airy residence once owned by Minetta and Edward Townsend....
    • 215 High Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This moderate house has been pleasingly preserved in stucco and clapboard. The two-story dwelling is found on Map 16 of the 1910 Sanborn Map Company Insurance Maps of Nyack.

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