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  • Subject: Literary Tradition
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    • 1982 Nyack Library Book Sale

    • Libraries; Bookselling; Women;
    • Doris Meyer and Virginia Parkhurst collect money at the 1982 Library Book Sale, held on the front lawn of the Nyack Library.
    • 59 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Libraries; Stone buildings;
    • This image of the Nyack Library focuses on the original stone Carnegie building, constructed in 1903. Later additions to the library are not visible.
    • Addition to the Nyack Library, 1974

    • Libraries;
    • In 1974 a large, multi-level room was added to the Nyack Library, which was built in 1903.The addition greatly increased the square footage and allowed Nyack Library to expand its holdings and its services. A bright and spacious reference and...
    • Addition to the Nyack Library, 1974

    • Libraries;
    • In 1974 a large, multi-level room was added to the Nyack Library, which was built in 1903.The addition greatly increased the square footage and allowed Nyack Library to expand its holdings and its services. A doorway led patrons out of the original...
    • Addition to the Nyack Library, 1974

    • Libraries;
    • In 1974 a large, multi-level room was added to the Nyack Library, which was built in 1903. The addition greatly increased the square footage and allowed Nyack Library to expand its holdings and its services. A bright and airy reference/ non-fiction...
    • Angevine in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Historic buildings; Houses
    • This is a photograph of a sketch of the Angevine House where James Fenimore Cooper lived from 1818 to 1822, and where he wrote “The Spy.” Angevine was on Mamaroneck Road at a spot near today’s Junior High School. The house is no longer there. In...
    • Angevine in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Historic buildings
    • This is a sepia photograph of a sketch of the Angevine House where James Fenimore Cooper lived from 1818 to 1822, and where he wrote “The Spy.” Angevine was on Mamaroneck Road at a spot near today’s Junior High School. The house is no longer there....
    • Angevine in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Historic buildings; Houses
    • This is a black and white photograph of a sketch of the Angevine House where James Fenimore Cooper lived from 1818 to 1822, and where he wrote “The Spy.” Angevine was on Mamaroneck Road at a spot near today’s Junior High School. The house is no...
    • Angevine in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Historic buildings; Houses
    • This is a color photograph of a print from an engraving of the Angevine House where James Fenimore Cooper lived from 1818 to 1822, and where he wrote “The Spy.” The engraving was done by T. Addison Richards in 1853. Angevine was on Mamaroneck Road...
    • Back of Carnegie Library, Nyack, NY

    • Libraries; Construction; Stone buildings;
    • The back of the Carnegie library building in Nyack can no longer be seen. It was covered as the first addition was built in 1974. The front of the library, facing South Broadway, is two stories, but in the back, three were clearly delineated. In...
    • Betty Cameron and Joan Grott

    • Libraries; Authors; Luncheons;
    • Betty Cameron (on left) and Joan Grott speak to the audience assembled in a restaurant. Joan was the Director of the Nyack Library in 1985.

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