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    • Dutchess Light, Heat, & Power Company Album, page 19

    • Automobiles; Trucks; Drilling & boring machinery; Private utility companies; Dwellings;
    • 6 photographes (clockwise from top left): utility truck on side of road with man operating rock driller, photo of a house which was replaced by the future Central Hudson building does not originally belong to the page. It shows the north side of...
    • Tappan Zee National Bank Officials and 'Nyack' Mayors

    • Mayors; Bankers;
    • A document is signed by Nyack Mayor W. Fay Bacon, seated center. He is flanked by Mayor Richard Jewett of Upper Nyack (left) and Mayor George Theis of South Nyack. Standing are George Schofield, chairman of the Board of Directors of the Tappan Zee...
    • Board of Directors, Tappan Zee Bank

    • Banks; Business people;
    • A group of businessmen are standing in the Tappan Zee Bank Lobby. In the center and slightly in front of the others is Frank Raso, the builder of the bank. The Tappan Zee Bank was located at the corner of Franklin and Main Streets.
    • Officials posing by a partly demolished house, Nyack, NY

    • Urban renewal; Municipal officials;
    • A house located at the southeast corner of Franklin and Main Streets is partly down. Alex Caglione, Fred Palmer, Joe Columbo (in chair), Rocco Logiodice, and Gene Setzer are poised around a barber's chair that was found in the house. The workman on...
    • Nyack Urban Renewal Meeting

    • Urban renewal;
    • A Nyack Urban Renewal document is being signed atop a model of the Main Street theater and shopping complex. Seated are William Eli Kohn, Mayor Alex Caglione, and Patricia Rauch, director of the Urban Renewal project. In the back are Anthony...
    • Nyack historical plaque dated 1938

    • Plaques; History; Historical societies;
    • A photograph of a large plaque which summarizes the history of the Village of Nyack from "time immemorial" until 1938. It was created by the Rockland County Society, which was devoted to Rockland's history and genealogy, and is located on the Burd...
    • Crawford Wheeler

    • Portrait photographs;
    • A portrait of Crawford Wheeler, vice president of the Chase National Bank of the City of New York
    • By the river

    • Rivers; Children; Women; Summer;
    • A shallow river flows toward the photographer on a quiet summer day. On the right bank are two women, a boy, and a small girl - all in Victorian dress. Part of a building - perhaps a picnic pavilion- can be seen in the center rear.
    • Corner of Main and Broadway, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Banks; Business districts; Fire hydrants; Bricks; Friezes (Entablature components); Sidewalks; Traffic signs & signals;
    • A traffic light hangs in the middle of the intersection and a street sign identifying this as the corner of Main Street and West Street stands in front of this corner brick bank building. Several elements identify this building including a large...
    • Malley brickyard

    • Brick industry; Rivers; Photographs; Utility poles; Waterfronts; Chimneys;
    • A view down a hill of the Malley Brickyards. The brickyard is along the Hudson Riverfront. The brickyard is comprised of many buildings. several with tall chimneys. Along the waterfront, a massive low building stretched the length of the...
    • DePew Avenue to Main Street 1960's

    • Views; Urban renewal;
    • A view of a field north of DePew Avenue and south of Main Street in Nyack. Buildings in this area were demolished for Urban Renewal. A parking lot and a few buildings can be seen in the background.The center building is a bank which was new in the...
    • Flood on Nyack's Main Street

    • Floods; Hurricanes;
    • A wall of water rushes by the M & T Bank on Main Street as Hurricane Floyd dumps eleven inches of rain on the Village of Nyack.
    • Airdrie Cottage, Cottenet Street, Irvington, NY

    • Houses; Fences; Lawns
    • Airdrie Cottage, named by its second owner, Robert G. Abercromby for his Scottish birthplace, is located on North Cottenet Street. Abercromby was President and Founder of Irvington National Bank. The first resident of the cottage was Reverend...

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