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  • Description: on 1996
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    • 28 South Franklin Street, Nyack, NY

    • Architecture; Business districts;
    • 28 South Franklin is a three-story brick building. In 1996, it was painted white and was owned by several Rockland county lodges/fraternal orders.
    • 78-74 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts;
    • In 1880 Tunis and Catherine DePew began selling plots of land along South Broadway, resulting in this business district at the south end of Nyack Village. The southern end of this business block, built in the 1880s, repeats the architectural...
    • 80 Burd Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Hotels;
    • Occasionally an old building in Nyack makes a comeback. This brick structure was once the Nyack Hotel. The entrance was on Burd Street and the building extended to Main Street. In 1996 it looked like a ruin but has since been restored as an...
    • 40 South Franklin Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Storefronts; Business districts;
    • This successful Nyack business location, the southwest corner of DePew Avenue and Franklin Street, was occupied by B & M Produce in 1996. It was later restored with 1880s detailing and brackets. Businesses occupy the ground but the second story has...
    • 136 Main Street, Nyack

    • Business districts;
    • In 1996, 136 Main Street, Nyack, was occupied by Hacienda, a business selling housewares and lawn furniture. The owners later moved the business to nearby Franklin Street.
    • 95-97 Main Street, Nyack

    • Business districts;
    • In 1996, Entertainment World, Lili Tyler, and the Olde Village Inne occupied the small buildings at 95 and 97 Main Street in Nyack
    • 98 Main Street, Nyack

    • Business districts; Stores & shops;
    • In 1996, this three-story brick building on Main Street in Nyack was occupied by The Natural Eclectic, a gift store.
    • 112-118 Main Street, Nyack

    • Business districts; Stores & shops;
    • In 1996, the Nyack businesses which occupied the street level of the Onderdonk Block were (left to right) Gourmet Goodies, Goldberg's Bagels, Hair's Marianne, Knuckleheads, Cards Plus, and Main Street Liquor.
    • 86 Main Street, Nyack

    • Business districts; Stores & shops;
    • The three-story O. Luleich Building on Main Street has brick detailing along the sides and below the roof line. In 1996, P & N Village Deli occupied the store at ground level. The Luliech family had a bakery here for many years.
    • St. Ann's Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches;
    • St. Ann's is one of the loveliest churches in Nyack. It occupies the southwest corner of Jefferson Street and Third Avenue. In 1996 the congregation was raising money for a restoration project commemorating their 125th anniversary.
    • 140 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Churches;
    • By 1996, as the First Baptist congregation dwindled, another congregation used the sanctuary on Sunday afternoons. The church had only 36 members when it closed in 2000. It had been an active part of Nyack life for 145 years. Even the tall steeple...
    • 1996 Paltzonian

    • College yearbooks; Teachers colleges; Teachers college students; Teachers;
    • This is the 1996 Paltzonian - State University of New York at New Paltz. It includes photographs of students, faculty, administration, activities, sororities, fraternities and sports.

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