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    • 1864-06-05 letter from Jacob Hasbrouck to Rowena Hasbrouck

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence;
    • Jacob inquires about some of his friends, including Silas Deyo. He discusses many men from home and updates or asks Rowena about their whereabouts. Jacob expects to see more severe fighting in the near future. He mentions Ulysses S. Grant and...
    • 1864-11-14 letter from Unknown to Jacob Dubois Hasbrouck

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Medical care;
    • The sender speaks of Jacob's injuries and sends him his best wishes. He discusses recent losses and victories. He says that he and his men are waiting for Grant to take Richmond. The signature is illegible.
    • 1872 political banner, Nyack, NY

    • Political campaigns; Streets;
    • This image was copied from p. 40 of the book, "Old Nyack." Banners were hung over South Broadway between Main and Burd Streets. Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson, Republicans, were running against Horace Greeley and Brown, Democrats. The street is...
    • Alumnus of the Year Award 1968

    • Photographs; Awards; Alumni & alumnae;
    • Alumni Association President Floyd Grant presents the first ever Alumnus of the Year Award to Dr. Ann Marie Bernazza at the annual homecoming celebration. Anthony A. Adamo (pictured right) Director of Student Affairs and Executive Secretary of the...
    • Building-structure inventory form:"Stokes House"

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    • Inventory form for building located on Wee Wah Rd. recording the following information: David A. Grant (owner at time of inventory). A two and a half story shingled construction on a stone foundation, with gambrel and hipped roof. Alternate rows of...
    • Fire Training Center dedication

    • Flags; Podiums; Uniforms; Fire fighters; Dedications; Politicians;
    • A man stands at a wood podium in front of a microphone in this image. Behind him there are two rows of seated individuals. There are two uniformed firemen among the seated. There is also a woman seated; she is wearing a distinguished red uniform...
    • Indenture between Grant B. Taylor and Robert Rogers

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;
    • This is an Indenture pertaining to an action of the Supreme Court of New York between Daniel T. Rogers and his wife Mary, Robert Rogers and his wife Anna A. and Henry B. Rogers, J. Augustus Rogers and his wife Mary R., George D. Rogers, Anna R....
    • Miss Ethel Grant retires, Nyack, NY

    • Business people; Retirements;
    • John Kilby, Walter Lake, and Henry Kilby stand with Ethel Grant on the day of her retirement from Kilby and Lake, a Nyack real estate and insurance business. The firm was on the corner of South Broadway and Hudson Avenue.
    • New York Central, dinner menu

    • Commodore Vanderbilt (Train)
    • Dinner menu for dining service on the New York Central railroad. The cover advertises Grand Central Art Galleries at Grand Central Terminal in New York City with the painting "A Beam Wind" by Gordon Grant.
    • New York Central, dinner menu

    • New England States (Train);
    • Dinner menu for dining service on the New York Central railroad. The cover advertises Grand Central Art Galleries at Grand Central Terminal in New York City with the painting "A Beam Wind" by Gordon Grant.
    • North wing dedication

    • Fire fighters; Cornerstone laying; Cornerstones; Men; Bricks;
    • In this image, four men are seen from behind placing a cornerstone into a yellow brick building. Two of the men are dressed in fire fighter's dress uniform. One firefighter has a uniform coat, while the other has a light blue short sleeve shirt....
    • Nyack Library 1909

    • Libraries; Stone buildings;
    • In 1909, the six-year-old Nyack Library was almost completely covered with ivy.The building was funded with a grant from Andrew Carnegie.

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