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    • Former home of Charles Patterson

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    • Opposite Augusta Falls which he occupied while superintendent of Tuxedo Park Association. His wife lifed there until she died in 1956. Peter Lorillard (second) or Junior built house in 1852 for Josiah Patterson, Charles' father, who became...
    • Elizabeth Ryan scrapbook

    • Athletes; Swimmers; Swimming;
    • A scrapbook containing newspaper images, articles, letters, and ephemera related to swimmer Elizabeth "Pat" Ryan. Ryan was born in 1923 and grew up in Pomona, where her father, Dr. William J. Ryan, was superintendent at the Summit Park Sanatorium....
    • Nyack High School basketball champions

    • Basketball; Basketball players; Coaches (Athletics); School superintendents;
    • The six young basketball players are in uniform, pictured outside the school with snow on the ground. With them are the manager, coach, and superintendent of schools. First row, left to right: Clinton Lovatt, Walter Lovatt, John "Mike" Bittig....
    • Interior of B. W. Church boatyard

    • Boat & ship industry; Interiors;
    • This photograph is a wonderful document of a boat builder’s shop and the working attire of the carpenters and machinists. At a later date, Church’s daughter, Dorothy, wrote on the back of the photograph:"shop 5th Ave. about 1907. BWC [Church] 2nd...
    • Tallman organ in Baptist Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Organs;
    • A final concert using the historic Tallman Tracker Organ in the First Baptist Church featured music by Mendelssohn and Bach. This was #34 of the 50 organs that Francis J. N. Tallman built. The wood carving was done by Katherine Morse, an artist and...
    • Unit 06--Memories of Isaac Young Junior High/High School

    • Family; Emigration & immigration; Ethnic groups; Business enterprises; Business districts; Educational facilities; Segregation; Busing (School integration);
    • He talks about his father's business on Main Street and how many of the shop owners were friendly with each other; the shop/business owners were of various ethnic backgrounds. He notes that New Rochelle as a community was relatively diverse and...
    • Nyack gas plant personnel

    • Gas industry; Business & finance;
    • Nyack Gas, Light & Fuel Company was at the corner of Broadway and Main. On the operating floor of the Nyack Gas plant are (left to right) Leroy A. Waterson, gas appliance serviceman; Edgar Wanamaker, gas maker - first class; G. Antonio Conace, gas...
    • Francis C. Post ...with girls living at the Home, 1910

    • Girls; Boarding school students
    • Francis C. Post stands with some of the girls from the Watts de Peyster Home, formerly the Trinity School and Home. Mr. Post was superintendent of the farm from 1899 to 1910. At his death in December of 1910, a newspaper clipping read: "He was...
    • Opening of Orangetown Sewage Treatment Plant

    • Government officials; Sewerage;
    • On the day the Orangetown Sewage Treatment Plant opened, Donald Brenner, superintendent of the plant and Clarence Noyes, Orangetown Supervisor, stand on a walkway of the treatment area. The man on the right is not identified.
    • James S. (Budd) Murray.

    • Harness racing; Portrait photographs;photographs
    • James S. (Budd) Murray in Horse Racing attire. Photograph believed taken at the Delafield Brook Farm race, November 7, 1914. Budd was superintendent of Brook Farm.
    • House at Oak Hill Cemetery, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Bay windows; Cemeteries; Postcards;
    • The superintendent's house at Oak Hill cemetery in Nyack is a large part-stone and part-frame residence. Several bay windows, a large front porch, and a varying roofline are desirable features of this house. A roadway leading to the cemetery itself...
    • Williamson House, Nyack

    • Houses; Country clubs; Stone buildings;
    • This red sandstone house stood on the Moorings estate, part of the Clarkstown Country Club operated by Dr. Pierre Bernard. Built in 1810, it may have housed the superintendent of the estate.
    • Ira Lawton, Ph. D.

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    • In this picture, Ira Lawton has almost no hair but a full, dark beard. He was the superintendent of Nyack Public Schools from 1890 to 1908.

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