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    • "Lighthouse" at Foot of Burd Street

    • Waterfronts; Business districts;
    • At the foot of Burd Street once stood a building, an old storage tank, that had been redesigned to look like a lighthouse. It was used as a retail business. Slightly uphill are houses and warehouses.
    • 1072 Route 9W, Grand View, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Dormers;
    • This long and low house was built in 1906, another homestead carved out of the extensive Peter J. Smith property. The wide porch has unusual double pillars. Above the porch roof are two types of dormers. In the 1970s, Cohen Meyer, who had a...
    • 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...
    • 132-134 Broadway, Newburgh, NY

    • Bars;
    • Brothers Hugh & James Duffy operated a saloon at the northwest corner of Broadway & Lander Street in this 5-story brick building. Edward J. Cleary ran aa stationary shop next door at 134. Apartments, entered through a center doorway, filled the...
    • 136 Main Street, Nyack

    • Business districts;
    • In 1996, 136 Main Street, Nyack, was occupied by Hacienda, a business selling housewares and lawn furniture. The owners later moved the business to nearby Franklin Street.
    • 140 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Hardware stores;
    • Construction of the Ernst-Hawvermale Building was begun in 1880 by the Ernst brothers, plumbers and gas and steam fitters. Forty years later they sold the building to Albert Worsfold and Jacob Hawvermale. The Nyack building housed a hardware...
    • 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...
    • 148 Broadway, Newburgh, NY

    • Grocery Stores
    • John Egan and his son Vincent operated a real estate and insurance business on the northeast corner of Broadway and Johnston Street in the ewarly 20th century. Community event posters fill their windows. Panama and straw hats are sold by a vendor...
    • 159 and 165 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Grocers;
    • Above these two famous Nyack stores on the south side of Main Street are two-story residences. Renella's Groceries and Sam's Paint and Glass were both in business for many, many years.
    • 1864-11-18 Letter from Alfred Cooley to J. P. Lefevre

    • Huguenots; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Campaigns; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865--Correspondence;
    • After the death of Johannes, Alfred Cooley writes to Josiah to clarfiy all business matters relating to the condition of Johannes' company accounts.
    • 188 Main Street, Nyack

    • Stores & shops; Mansard roofs;
    • This old house on upper Main Street in Nyack has a mansard roof, double brackets, and double balconies overlooking Nyack Brook. Most of the windows have been altered. It was a business called The Kayak of Nyack for many years and then became a...
    • 1903 Nyack Flood

    • Floods; Streets; Business districts;
    • Flood waters have carried tree limbs down Nyack's Main Street. Businesses appear closed. On the left is a plumbing business and next to it, a restaurant. Most of the buildings on the left were razed for urban renewal, but the three story brick...
    • 1910 printing press at the Rhinebeck Gazette

    • Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Printing presses;
    • The man standing on the right is putting blank sheets into the printing press. The man sitting is working on reviewing the typeset. There are two people in the back by the windows setting type. A small job press is on the left used for ads and...
    • 1926 business office at the Rhinebeck Gazette

    • Journalism; Newspapers; Newspaper industry; Offices;
    • The 1926 business office of the Rhinebeck Gazette had windows that faced north on East Market Street. The room has high ceilings and leaded windows. Mr. Strong, editor of the paper, is sitting at the desk with a business machine on wheels next to...
    • 20 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Theaters;
    • The Broadway Theatre, built early in the 1900s, had many titles but never was a successful business. Despite its historic designation, it was torn down in 2005 (?). The multi-use building which replaced it has a facade similar to the original...
    • 202 - 210 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Tailor shops;
    • These semi-detached stores and residences on upper Main Street in Nyack have hardly changed since they were built. Businesses here move in and out frequently,as this part of the street is not the in the main business district.
    • 32 Shadyside Avenue, Upper Grand View, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • Judge Robert Clark lived here for many years. He was the son of Michael Clark, a local organ maker and Robert Clark continued the organ business until 1964. The double porches, facing the Hudson River, are wide and deep. There is more on the house...

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