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  • Description: Reformed
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    • Nyack confectionery advertisements

    • Advertisements;
    • This hand drawn advertisement for Carlson & Hanell Confectionery and Ices mentions ice cream, water ices, caramels, bon bons, and more. It is on the back of a photo of the Old Reformed Church, which can be seen as Nyack Library image #0522. The...
    • Bird's Eye View of Nyack, New York

    • Aerial photographs; Aerial views; Villages;
    • Nyack and the Hudson River are viewed from South Mountain. Some buildings can be pinpointed, as the Reformed Church and the Rowing Association.
    • Aerial View of Nyack

    • Aerial photographs;
    • This aerial view of Nyack takes the viewer from the river to the crest of the hill beyond the village. Many landmarks can be picked out: the Reformed Church, the 1927 High School, St. Ann's church, and Nyack Hospital.
    • Harriet Finck Randall

    • Americanization; Women;
    • Harriet Finck Randall stands in an auditorium in Eendracht Hall (First Reformed Church) holding a bouquet of flowers and a scroll. The occasion was the 25th anniversary party of the Nyack Americanization class.
    • Edwin L. Dahlberg

    • Artists; Paintings; Watercolors; Historic sites;
    • South Nyack watercolorist Edwin L. Dahlberg holds his painting, "The Manse at Tappan," one of a group of Rockland County's historic landmarks executed by the artist in honor of the Bicentennial. The series, which had been exhibited at the Tappan...
    • Mine hole now and then

    • Automobiles; Streets; Sidewalks; Steeples;
    • This image is composed of two photographs one above the other. Both photographs are of the same location but taken many decades apart. The top photograph is in black and white. The image captured is looking down a street. There are sidewalks on...
    • Nyack National Bank, Nyack, NY

    • Banks; Buildings;
    • The Nyack National Bank was built in 1907. The classical brick construction with bands and columns of stone was then a pleasant addition to the architecture of Nyack and has retained its elegance and style. It has had several identities - all banks...
    • Post office block after the 1888 Blizzard

    • Blizzards; Business districts;
    • A pile of snow in the center of the picture separates two pedestrians on the left from seeing a horse on the right. Above the men's heads is a sign which reads, "Goods Received for the Old Staten Island Dyeing Est. 99 Duane St. 870 Broadway New...
    • Blizzard of 1888: South Broadway in Nyack

    • Blizzards; Horseback riding;
    • South Broadway looking north from Church Street after the Great Blizzard of 1888. A lone horseback rider rides north on Broadway amidst piles of snow. Doersch Brothers Grocers and the Reformed Church are on the left. A record of 20.9 inches of...
    • Tappan Reformed Church

    • Buildings; Church & Education; Religion; Bell towers; Churches; Utility poles; Electric lines; Snow;
    • Side view of Tappan Reformed Church, Feb. 8, 1920. The building to the right is the drug store and the home of the druggist.
    • Kretchmar's Greenhouses, West Nyack, NY

    • Business & finance; Greenhouses;
    • The Kretchmar Brothers Greenhouses, established in 1893, were at the corner of Germonds Road and Strawtown Road in West Nyack. The growing areas covered an area of 25,000 square feet. The firm specialized in carnations, snapdragons, and calla...
    • Gravestone of Howe

    • Cemeteries; Graves; Tombs & sepulchral monuments; Lantern slides;
    • Black and white lantern slide showing burial stone of a person with the last name Howe. This stone is located in the Dutch Reformed Church of Tappan's Cemetery.
    • Winter in Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack

    • Cemeteries; Monuments & memorials; Winter;
    • A large herd of deer pauses in Oak Hill Cemetery on a wintry morning. The Village of Nyack and the steeple of the First Reformed Church are just visible in the distance.
    • 100th Anniversary Nyack Dutch Reformed Church

    • Centennial celebrations; Churches; Parades & processions;
    • A parade is forming on Church Street. Herbert V. Baldwin and Edmund Good, in Dutch costumes and wooden shoes, hold a large banner commemorating the Reformed Church's one hundredth anniversary.

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