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  • : Haverstraw - Rockland County - New York
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    • Aerial view of Haverstraw

    • Aerial photographs; Cityscapes; Rivers;
    • Photograph is an aerial view of a portion of the Haverstraw waterfront. It was taken by Captain David Delisio from an Air Force helicopter. Many buildings and homes are captured as well as the Hudson River.
    • Aerial view of Haverstraw

    • Aerial views; Aerial photographs; Cityscapes;
    • An aerial view of the town center of Haverstraw from a long time ago. The town center is concentrated in the middle of the photograph, and clear land with few buildings lay beyond. A note with the photograph indicates, "HAVERSTRAW c. 1903 - LOOKING...
    • "Treason House"

    • Balusters; Buildings; Dwellings; Porches; Clapboard siding; Shutters; Hip roofs; Grilles; Stone walls; Shrubs; Trees; Doors & doorways; Plasterwork; Stairways;
    • Image of the William Hett Smith House, commonly refered to as the "Treason House".
    • Haverstraw church leaders and bank official

    • Bankers; Clergy; Churches;
    • The exact date and the reason for the photograh are unknown, but the people in this image are identified. On the back is a note: "Reading left to right foreground - George Lea, sec'y trustee board, Mrs. James Sprull, church mother, Mr. C. Ben...
    • Cyclist on a high-wheeler

    • Bicycles & tricycles; Houses;
    • A cyclist on a high wheeler rolls toward the photographer, his image blurring as he moves. Behind him is a girl in a plaid dress. The two houses contrast. The closer one is in disrepair while the farther one is painted and neat. Between the two...
    • Christening of Shamrock Towing Co. tug

    • Boats; Celebrations; Rivers; Photographs; Tugboats;
    • A tugboat decorated with flags is afloat on the river. Another smaller tug boat is alongside it. Two small raft with several people each are in the water further away. A handwritten note on the bottom of the photograph reads, "Christening of...
    • View at Haverstraw, NY

    • Boats; Piers & wharves; Postcards;
    • A side-wheeler is at the dock in Haverstraw, just below the village park. Unfortunately, the name of the boat is unknown.
    • Haverstraw Bay, Hudson River

    • Boats; Sailboats; Sunrises & sunsets; Postcards; Rivers;
    • An elongated oval shows a dock with small buildings, a two-masted sailing vessal, and a small tugboat. All are bathed in the orange and yellow glow of a setting sun on Haverstraw Bay. The card was sent to Miss J. X. Reed in Detroit, Michigan. The...
    • 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...
    • Haverstraw waterfront

    • Brick industry; Steamboats; Waterfronts; Rivers; Industry;
    • This photograph is of the Haverstraw waterfront in 1918. The brick industry is prominent. Residential homes sit in close proximity to the industry. Beyond the homes looms the Haverstraw mountains. Caption on photograph reads, "The brick business...
    • Tom Sullivan Interview

    • Bricks; Brick industry; Police; Fire fighters; Fingerprinting;
    • Tom Sullivan talks about growing up in the village of Haverstraw, his family connections to the brick industry, his own interest in collecting bricks, his career as a Police Officer, and work as a volunteer fireman.
    • Thruway construction

    • Bridge construction; Bridges;
    • Although this picture is fuzzy, it does show the size of the concrete casements that were built for the Tappan Zee Bridge. The site may be Grassy Point, north of Haverstraw on the Hudson River, where there was a staging area. It is now the...
    • Treason House

    • Building; Historic buildings; Porches; Stone walls;
    • Color postcard showing the Treason House, Stony Point Road, West Haverstraw, NY. The Treason House, also called the Joshua Hett Smith House is the place where Benedict Arnold met with Major John Andre to negotiate and give the British the plans...
    • Interior of Peck Mansion

    • Building; Interior decoration; Historic Buildings; Moldings; Wallpapers; Doors & doorways;
    • Black and white photograph showing the molding around a door and ceiling in the Peck Mansion (Samsondale). Also shown is wallpaper, and the door itself.

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