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    • 32 Washington Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Fences;
    • 32 Washington Street in Nyack is known as the Bamber-Austin house. The property, a portion of a large farm, was originally sold to James Wool, a local landowner and builder. Wool sold the land to Isaac Bamber, who held it as an investment and later...
    • 19 Prospect Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • A house little changed over the years, but having replacement windows installed as this picture was taken. The back portion of the house, like its neighbors, has a porch facing the river.
    • A Meeting In the interest of the Hampton Institute.

    • Advertisements; Boarding schools; Fund raising; Schools
    • Advertisement for a fundraising event at the Chester Presbyterian Church for benefit of the Hampton Hampton Normal and Agricultural Institute which was founded on the banks of the Virginia Peninsula by Brigadier General Samuel Chapman Armstrong in...
    • 75-77 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts;
    • Along this block of South Broadway, the upper stories of these 1880s buildings have not been altered, but the storefronts have been changed, some disastrously.
    • Carnegie Room Fireplace and Clock, Nyack Library

    • Libraries; Fireplaces; Clocks & watches;
    • At the time of the 1974 addition to the Nyack Library, little was changed in the Carnegie Room. The clock was a gift of the Thursday Reading Class of 1904. The 1903 fireplace was built in memory of Quentin McAdam and Anna Booth.
    • Atwater Kent Model 20 Compact Radio

    • Radios;
    • Battery powered Atwater Kent Model 20 C Radio, Serial Number 274199. "This Atwater Kent Model 20 belonged to my parents. I remember it - the batteries & the charger unit. We changed to a Philco console about 1932. The original speaker was...
    • Betty Perry Interview

    • Librarians;
    • Betty Perry details her life from growing up in Oklahoma and California to her time in college and meeting her husband. She talks about moving to Nyack and her involvement in a variety of community organizations in the town, as well as her career...
    • Betty Perry Interview Part 4

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    • Betty Perry talks about Halloween celebrations, seeing and living among famous people in Nyack, her memories of Nyack in the past and how the town has changed, her involvement with the Hopper House, as well as what she feels makes Nyack special.
    • Browneleigh on Hudson, South Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Aerial photographs; Aerial views;
    • Browneleigh, designed by architect George Creeford Browne, was originally at One Smith Avenue, South Avenue. The number was changed to 26. The Haskell family lived in the house from 1964 until 1978. Noel Haskell donated this picture and two larger...
    • Elting's Store

    • Village communities
    • Caption attached to postcard reads: "Built in 1846 by Erastus Kimball as a store, this building was changed in 1856 to a hotel by Edward Lasher. Known as the Morgan House, Potts Hotel, and Morey Hotel. After Patrick Morey's death in 1928, Seymore...
    • Potts Hotel

    • Hotels
    • Caption on the back of the photo reads "First built in 1846 as a store at the corner of Montgomery St. and Broadway, this building was later changed to the Potts Hotel, owned by P.H. Morey. It then became the Elting's Store, and later an apartment...
    • Charles Harold Gray

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Charles Harold Gray, the college's 10th president, was a rhodes scholar and former professor at Bennington College. Under Gray, students engaged in issues of campus governance, reflected seriously on the purpose of a Bard education, and on the...
    • Watts De Peyster Industrial Home and School

    • Boarding schools--United States
    • Despite the title of the postcard, this building was never home to John Watts De Peyster, who lived at Rose Hill in Tivoli. Originally built under the direction of James Starr Clark with funds provided by John and Margaret Bard, this school had...
    • Doug Williams Interview Part 3

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    • Doug Williams talks about changes that he witnessed in Rockland over the years, such as the construction of the first Tappan Zee Bridge and urban renewal. He talks about how Nyack has changed since he was young, his involvement in church...
    • Simpson Memorial Church in South Nyack

    • Churches;
    • From South Broadway, the front and the north side of the church are pictured. On the left, a railing runs alongside a stairway to bring people up to the entryway. The porch is supported by four white pillars. The doors have been changed since the...
    • Patterson Farm Service

    • Business enterprises; Agricultural equipment; Agricultural facilities;
    • Image of men working near Patterson Farm Service. The business operated in the 1940s from the old C. A. Moline feed store on Front Street http://www.hrvh.org/cdm/ref/collection/pchc/id/309 . In 1959, the name changed to Philbeth Farm Repair, named...

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