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    • "Bight," Grandview

    • Horses; Carriages & coaches; Utility poles; Streets; Bodies of water; Bays (Bodies of water);
    • Color postcard showing the Bight in Grandview, NY.
      A bight is defined as "a bend in a coast forming an open bay" or " a bay formed by such a bend" (Merriam Websters' Online Dictionary 2007)
      This postcard was postmarked May 21, 1909, it...
    • "Bight," Grandview

    • Horses; Carriages & coaches; Bodies of water; Bays (Bodies of water); Utility poles;
    • Postcard showing the Bight in Grandview.
      A bight is defined as "a bend in a coast forming an open bay" or "a bay formed by such a bend" (Merriam Websters' Online Dictionary 2007).
      This postcard is postmarked March 8, 1905. It was sent...
    • "The Willows" Home

    • Buildings; People; houses; Willows; Dwellings; Porches; Draperies; Streets; Lawns;
    • Side view of "The Willows," Harry S. Newton house, River Road, Nyack, NY. Home of Arthur Merritt and children: Arthur Royden, Henry, Kenneth, Constance, and Florence.
    • 1 Colden Street, Newburgh, NY

    • Tailor shops
    • This is the southwest corner of Colden and First Streets, the place where old Water Street met Colden. The stone roadway and heavy slate sidewalks rise up the steep hill of First Street toward High Street visible in the background. Tailor Louis...
    • 119 Liberty Street, Newburgh, NY

    • Painters (Tradespeople)
    • George Strong was a Newburgh house painter who grew his business and opened a well-appointed paint and wallpaper store on the southwest corner of Liberty and Ann Streets. A separate soda shop fit nicely into the Ann St. facade. Mr. Strong was an...
    • 12 images of Ellenville, N.Y.

    • Streets; Caves; Ice; Reformatories; Lakes & ponds; Power industry; Waterfalls; Churches; Stores & shops; Storefronts;
    • Black and white photographs of buildings and views in and near Ellenville, New York, labeled: "St. Mary's; M.E. Church; Hanging Rock Falls; Winter Garb, Power House; Lake Maratanza; Canal Street; Reformatory; St. Andrew's; The Square; Canal Street;...
    • 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;...
    • 138 DePew Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • The Barclay House is on DePew Avenue between South Mill and Prospect Streets. New doors, windows, siding, and shingles - but the basic structure of this small, charming house was retained. The house was built after the railroad reached Nyack in...
    • 143 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Grocers;
    • This three-story brick building was built in 1877 by William Randolph. It was originally a large grocery store. The art deco addition filled in the large, wrap-around veranda. Before Homer Lydecker opened a real estate/insurance business, the men's...
    • 147 Water Street, Newburgh NY

    • Restaurants; Bars
    • Fifth Street rises steeply up the hill beside the Oak Cafe at 147 Water Street. Obermayer and Liebmann's Beer is prominently advertised but a "Family Entrance" is available on the Fifth Street side for those who want to sidestep the bar and go...
    • 15 Washington Street

    • Houses; Streets
    • 15 Washington Street is a three-story hip-roofed house. Two dormers protrude form the roof line. A mother and child stand in front, near the snowy street.The image was taken by a student of Charlie Winter, photographer.
    • 162-164 Broadway, Newburgh, NY

    • Butcher Shops; Tailor Shops; Plumbers
    • On the north side of Broadway, between Johnston and South Miller Streets, these 1880's commercial buildings housed a plumber's shop, a butcher shop and an upstairs tailor shop in a row of 4-story brick buildings. A "Flat For Rent" sign is posted on...
    • 1850 Map of Ulster

    • Ulster County (N. Y.) - Maps; Real Property - New York (State) - Ulster County
    • The present Village of Saugerties was originally incorporated in 1831 as the Village of Ulster. This map is from 1850 before the name change to Saugerties in 1855. A penciled note; "(74734) [1850?]"; on the map face near the bottom right indicates...
    • 1872 political banner, Nyack, NY

    • Political campaigns; Streets;
    • This image was copied from p. 40 of the book, "Old Nyack." Banners were hung over South Broadway between Main and Burd Streets. Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson, Republicans, were running against Horace Greeley and Brown, Democrats. The street is...
    • 1903 Main Street Flood

    • Streets; Floods; Urban renewal; Business districts;
    • Water has filled Main Street up to the curbs and has stranded pedestrians near the fish market. Some men and boys stand in the entry of the middle store. On the left is A. Parietti, Fine Confectionery. None of these buildings stands today; all were...

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