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    • Tennis and Racquet Club

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    • Tennis and Racquet Club, left to right: Robert Moore Jr., Alfred H. Kirton, English professional, Brocradees (sp?), French Court - Tennis professional, Robert Moore, club manager & head professional, Matty Brass, apprentice
    • Mount Moor Cemetery Historical Plaque, West Nyack

    • African Americans; Cemeteries; Veterans;
    • The Historical Society of Rockland County erected this plaque at the Mount Moor Cemetery in West Nyack: The "Burying Ground for Colored people" was deeded on July 7, 1849 by James Benson, and Jane Benson, his wife, to William H. Moore, Stephen...
    • Acorn Store

    • Automobiles; Village communities
    • This photograph depicts the Moore building as the home of 'Choinsky's 'Acorn Store.' The square tower visible in the earlier postcard is gone, and there appears to be a traffic light attached to the exterior of the building. Open awnings lend a...
    • Nyack baseball team in Ossining, NY

    • Baseball; Baseball players; Schools;
    • In 1922, the Nyack Baseball team posed for this photograph at Saint John's Military Academy, Ossining, New York. On the back are these notes. Standing: Manager Bittig, right field Moore, pitcher and third base Theis, sub Hopper, third base and...
    • Nyack High School County Baseball Champions

    • Baseball; School children;
    • The 1922 championship baseball team poses in uniform outside the Liberty Street School in Nyack. Nyack High School County Baseball Champions. Tie with Haverstraw. Back row: Fred Cooke, shortstop; DÆauria, second base; J. Mitchell, sub; Purvis,...
    • Nyack High School basketball champions

    • Basketball; Basketball players; Coaches (Athletics); Schools;
    • Six boys and two coaches sit on stairs, displaying the basketball, trophy, and plaque. In front: Oscar Kosel, captain. Middle row, left to right: Arthur Kirkpatrick, Ward Moore, unknown, John Wolf, Buddy Avery. Top row, left to right: unknown,...
    • IGA Storefront

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    • This photograph depicts another incarnation of the Moore building, this time as an IGA store. The tower visible in another photograph has been removed. Today the corner storefront houses a laundromat.
    • A Happy Christmas be yours!

    • Celebrations; Christmas cards; Children; Lithography;
    • Lithographic process, of a child standing inside an light blue oval shaped center with a mountain scene in the background. She is wearing a gold dress with a long train that wraps around her red lace up shoes. A white and yellow cape lined with red...
    • Historical marker for Mount Moor Cemetery, West Nyack, NY

    • Cemeteries; Monuments & memorials;
    • Mount Moor Cemetery, a burying ground for African-Americans, was deeded on July 7, 1849 by James and Jane Benson to trustees William H. Moore, Stephen Samuels, and Isaac Williams. The cemetery has provided burial space for African-Americans,...
    • Eulexian Society Members 1904

    • College students--New York (State); Greek letter societies; Portraits, group;
    • The twelve members of the Bard College Eulexian Society of 1904 sit on the grass in front of The Church of the Holy Innocents displaying the Eulexian banner. The Eulexian Society was a non-ritualistic literary fraternity established in 1860. The...
    • Main Street at Fort Comfort

    • Dirt roads; Utility poles; Carts & wagons; Hedges (Plants); Trees; Horses;
    • This postcard is a view straight down a dirt road. On the right side of the road there is a low hedge and utility poles. On the other side of the hedge is a river. There is a pier extending out into the river in the distance. On the left side of...
    • Spring concert program 1960

    • Documents; Programs;
    • Program for the spring concert at DCC. Concert was given by the Dutchess Community College Chorus, directed by Helen Brainard and was performed in the Student Center at 11:00 a.m. on May 26, 1960. The selections performed were: "The Heavens are...

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