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    • Elephants in the snow

    • Animals; Elephants; Snow; Winter;
    • Photograph of three elephants in the snow on the grounds of the Clarkstown Country Club. The three elephants are probably Old Mom, Juno and Baby. Several of the Club's buildings can be seen in the photograph.
    • Three Elephants in the snow

    • Animals; Elephants; Winter; Snow;
    • Photograph of three elephants in the snow. Two are facing forward, one is facing backwards. Several of the Club's buildings are behind the elpehants. It is probably that the three elephants in the photographs are Old Mom, Juno and Baby.
    • Photographer atop car

    • Automobiles; Photographers;
    • A photographer sits on top of his car in the Hackensack River floodwaters on Route 59 in West Nyack. J. Fred Geist, who can be seen in other pictures wading in the water, took this picture.
    • Blizzard of 1888: South Broadway

    • Blizzards; Business districts; Carriages & coaches;
    • Carriages are negotiating the snowdrifts on South Broadway in Nyack after the March 1888 Blizzard. Barrett's Pharmacy is on the corner. Its awning and those of several other buildings are filled with snow.
    • Nyack: Main Street in 1891

    • Blizzards; Business districts; City & town halls;
    • This photo, taken after a heavy snowfall, shows both sides of Main Street in Nyack for two blocks east of Franklin Street as it looked in 1891. That was the year that Nyack purchased the Village Hall, the first multi-storied building on the left. ...
    • Post office block after the 1888 Blizzard

    • Blizzards; Business districts;
    • A pile of snow in the center of the picture separates two pedestrians on the left from seeing a horse on the right. Above the men's heads is a sign which reads, "Goods Received for the Old Staten Island Dyeing Est. 99 Duane St. 870 Broadway New...
    • Blizzard of 1888 in Nyack

    • Blizzards; Horse teams;
    • Villagers and a team of horses pose for the photographer after the 1888 blizzard. Broadway is filled with snow.
    • Blizzard of 1888: South Broadway in Nyack

    • Blizzards; Horseback riding;
    • South Broadway looking north from Church Street after the Great Blizzard of 1888. A lone horseback rider rides north on Broadway amidst piles of snow. Doersch Brothers Grocers and the Reformed Church are on the left. A record of 20.9 inches of...
    • After a blizzard at Liberty, NY

    • Blizzards; Railroads; Railroad locomotives;
    • Following a powerful blizzard, a number of men are digging a locomotive out of a gigantic snowdrift near Liberty, NY. The train was on the Erie Railroad which was an important transportation link between the eastern and western parts of New York...
    • Snow piled high on Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Blizzards; Snow; Streets;
    • Snow is piled high on Main Street west of the Onderdonk Block. Buildings on the north side of Main Street and the advertisement for the opera house were clues to the date of the image. This is possibly a picture taken after the famous Blizzard of ...
    • Bridge, Hook, frozen Hudson

    • Bridges; Rivers; Mountains; Views;
    • Looking across a frozen Hudson River, Dr. Rooney has created a chilly scene: ice on the river,a partially built Tappan Zee Bridge, and snow on Hook Mountain.
    • Unidentified house in winter

    • Building; Dwellings; Houses; Gables; Chimneys; Shutters; Clapboard siding; Dormers; Snow; Trees; Grilles; Porches; Stairways; Lantern slides;
    • Side view of unidentified white clapboard house with covered front porch, dormer windows. House features one single chimney and two additional chimneys with double stacks. Unpainted shed addition at back of house. Ivy is growing up the side of...
    • Flooded businesses, West Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Floods; Diners (Restaurants);
    • Businesses on the north side of Route 59 in West Nyack were repeatedly flooded after heavy rains as the Hackensack River overflowed its banks. When the Palisades Center was built, many of these businesses moved to other locations. Hogan's Diner, in...

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