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    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act I,  Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Actors; Theaters; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Dance floors; Student organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act I in the play "Nothing But the Truth" written by James Montgomery. On stage are six members of the eleven member cast. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act II, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Drama Clubs; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Theaters; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Student Organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act II in the play, "Nothing But the Truth," written by James Montgomery. In this scene all eleven cast members are on stage. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Student organizations;
    • Five members of the eleven member cast and the director (Mr. John Nichols) of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth" are shown in this image. Henry Montgomery played the part of Mrs. Ralston and is pictured in the lower...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; Private schools; Schools; People; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is a photograph of members of the cast, most of whom are wearing three-piece suits. It was taken prior to performing in "Nothing But the Truth" a play by James Montgomery. It was presented on February 5, 1921 in the Opera House and Ball Room...
    • "Nothing But The Truth," playbill, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is playbill that lists the names of the actors in the theatrical production "Nothing But the Truth," a play written by James Montgomery. Presented by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on February 5, 1921, the venue was the Opera...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," review of play, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student organizations
    • This is the second of a two-page review of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth," a play presented on February 5, 1921, by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School. The review was published in Pawling School's 1921...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," review of play, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student Organizations
    • This is the first of a two-page review of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth, " a play presented on February 5, 1921, by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School. The review was published in Pawling School's 1921...
    • 13 Main Street, Nyack, NY

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    • This quaint, Dutch-style house is probably the oldest dwelling in the Village of Nyack. Time and several landlords have not been kind to the structure, and stucco has destroyed the character of the house.The original walls were made of the local...
    • 130 South Highland Avenue

    • Buildings; Country clubs; Universities & colleges;
    • This stucco building, now housing the Office of Adult Programs for Nyack College, was once part of the office buildings of the Clarkstown Country Club.
    • 140 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Hardware stores;
    • Construction of the Ernst-Hawvermale Building was begun in 1880 by the Ernst brothers, plumbers and gas and steam fitters. Forty years later they sold the building to Albert Worsfold and Jacob Hawvermale. The Nyack building housed a hardware...
    • 146 South Highland Avenue

    • Garages; Stone buildings;
    • This long, low stone building with three vehicle doorways was the garage and service station for the Clarkstown Country Club. It had space for forty cars. It is currently used by the Nyack College Buildings and Grounds department.
    • 16 Jefferson Street, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Towers;
    • St. Ann's Church was built in the Gothic style. The mortar was stained to match the red brick color, giving the building a uniform appearance. The many-sided tower was added later.This picture was taken for a display of 100-year (or more)-old...
    • 1st Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Lintels; Fraternal lodges; Columns; Pediments; Fences;
    • A neon sign in a side window indicating, "BPOE 877" identifies this as the Elks Club building. The building is a two-story brick, Greek Revival structure with a double balcony featuring columns, a frieze, dentils and pediment. The lower porch...
    • 24 Clinton Avenue, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • Steep double eaves are a typical village home construction. The lower wing on the right and the sleeping porch are undoubtedly later additions to the original dwelling. This dwelling appears on the 1884 Burleigh map of Nyack. This photograph is...
    • 33 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • This old house is one of the oldest in the Village of Nyack and is located on lower Main Street, where the village originated. A broad line on the front indicates where a porch once spanned the front. Clapboard is showing through the shingles on...
    • 35 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • 35 Main Street is a neat, one-and-a-half story house that has survived well. A solid gate on the right side leads to an alley. Like #13 and #33, this house was one of the first residences in the hamlet of Nyack in the early 1800s. This picture was...

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