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  • Description: Reformed
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    • 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.
    • 12 images of Ellenville, N.Y.

    • hiking; cliffs; climbing; mountains; hills; valleys; views; trails & paths; trees; rocks; homes & haunts; people; houses; buildings; architecture; windows; roofs; porches; roads; streets; sidewalks; walkways; reservoirs; waterfalls; water; knives;...
    • Black and white photographs of twelve buildings and views in and near Ellenville, New York, labeled: "Maple Ave., Ellenville, N.Y.; O & W Station; The Canal; School No. 1; 'Chetolah' Residence of Geo. Inniss, Jr.; High School; Lutheran Church;...
    • 18 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Clock towers;
    • The First Reformed Church has been on this location in Nyack since the mid-1800s. This is the second building as the first was destroyed by fire. The clock in the tower is the official Village of Nyack clock.
    • 1864-10-17 Letter from Johannes Lefevre to his family

    • Huguenots; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Battlefields; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence;
    • Johannes writes that he has been elevated in the "military ladder" and says that he will muster tomorrow. Some of his comrades have been recommended for promotions and he believes that they will soon be Captains. Johannes wants Ralph to know that...
    • 21 Fifth Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • John Magee, a successful Nyack builder, constructed this house for himself. He also built the Harrison & Dalley block on the north side of Main Street and the First Reformed Church.
    • Aerial View of Nyack

    • Views; Aerial photographs;
    • This aerial view of Nyack was probably taken from atop South Mountain. Buldings that can be identified include the Onderdonk Block, the row houses on Bridge Street, the Commercial Building and the Voorhis Block, the steeples of St. Anne's Church,...
    • Aerial view of Nyack

    • Views; Villages; Aerial photographs;
    • In this old photo, Nyack's proximity to the mighty Hudson River is evident. Many buildings are clearly delineated. At center right is the Standard Oil tank. In the center is the old spire of the First Reformed Church. Behind it is the Commercial...
    • 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.
    • After a fire at the '76 House, Tappan, NY

    • Restaurants; Stone buildings;
    • Fire destroyed the front of Tappan's Old '76 House in 1895, leaving the rooms of the inn and restaurant exposed to the street. The building was restored and was soon back in business. This image was apparently used in a newspaper article. Attached...
    • Along the river front, Nyack, NY

    • Rivers; Views; Waterfronts; Postcards;
    • This view of the Nyack waterfront is like a watercolor painting. The bay is an inlet of the Hudson River just south of the present day Memorial Park - and the buildings at the far right may be those of the Storms Pail Factory. The tower of 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.
    • 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...
    • Boy Scouts marching along Broadway in 1911

    • Parades & processions;
    • This is an enlargement of the center part of Nyack Library image #0878. Most of the young marchers are carrying flags. The third boy in the line is Clarence Lovatt, Ed's brother. The parade is passing in front of the Broadway (later Tappan Zee)...
    • Boy Scouts marching in Nyack 1911

    • Parades & processions;children
    • A column of Boy Scouts march past viewers in front of the Broadway Theatre and Reformed Church in a pre-World War I parade. Note the high-buttoned shoes worn by ladies standing on the sidewalk.
    • Broadway North of Burd Street in 1876

    • Political elections; Streets;
    • At Broadway and Burd Street, banners are strung above the roadway, announcing the candidacy of Rutherford B. Hayes and other Republicans. On the left is the iron fence of the Reformed Church and the front of the Commercial Building.

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