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    • "Bard's Folly"

    • Theater--New York (State)
    • Photograph identified as follows: "Bard's Folly." Written and produced by Harvey Fite in Orient Theater (1935), this is a skit about John Bard reluctantly giving his consent to having a college and enrolling the first student. Cast (from left to...
    • "Citizen of the year" letter, Nyack, NY

    • Awards;
    • Caroline McIntosh, president of the Chamber of Commerce of the Nyacks, wrote to Peter Raso informing that he and his brothers had been selected as the recipients of the 1985 Citizen of the Year award.
    • "Clearwater" fund-raising event in Nyack, NY

    • Parks; Festivals;
    • A crowd is listening to this unidentified singer during the first "Clearwater' sloop fund-raising festival to be held in Nyack. Memorial Park on the waterfront was the setting in August 1970. A large sign in the background proclaims, "This river is...
    • "Dance 1"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College;
    • One of many informal dances held at Bard. Unidentified participants smile for the camera.
    • "Dance 3"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; Class reunions
    • This appears to be a semi-formal dance in the gymnasium. A sign above the basletball hoop reads: Welcome Alumni.
    • "Dogwoods" homestead, Suffern, NY

    • Houses; Historic sites;
    • Author and economist Ralph Borsodi built this homestead just north of Suffern, NY, over a ten-year period, 1924-34, and then developed a "School for Living." His enclave led to his Bayard Lane and West Nyack's Van Houten Fields and other...
    • "Four Years More," Palisades, NY

    • Post offices; Political campaigns;
    • Emily Wahrenberger stands in front of the small Palisades Post Office, which in 1900 was a campaign headquarters for McKinley and TR Roosevelt.
    • "Hopper House" by Edwin L. Dahlberg

    • Houses; Paintings; Stationery;
    • The 1975 watercolor painting, "Hopper House," by Edwin L. Dahlberg, was reproduced as stationery by the Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Committee in 1984. The simple frame house was the birthplace and boyhood home of Edward Hopper, the American...
    • "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.
    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act I,  Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Actors; Theaters; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Dance floors; Student organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act I in the play "Nothing But the Truth" written by James Montgomery. On stage are six members of the eleven member cast. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act II, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Drama Clubs; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Theaters; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Student Organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act II in the play, "Nothing But the Truth," written by James Montgomery. In this scene all eleven cast members are on stage. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student organizations
    • Six members of the eleven member cast of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth," are shown in this image. Performed on February 5, 1921, it was staged in Pawling at the Opera House and Ball Room, adjoining Dutcher House, a...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Student organizations;
    • Five members of the eleven member cast and the director (Mr. John Nichols) of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth" are shown in this image. Henry Montgomery played the part of Mrs. Ralston and is pictured in the lower...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," cast members, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; Private schools; Schools; People; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is a photograph of members of the cast, most of whom are wearing three-piece suits. It was taken prior to performing in "Nothing But the Truth" a play by James Montgomery. It was presented on February 5, 1921 in the Opera House and Ball Room...
    • "Nothing But The Truth," playbill, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is playbill that lists the names of the actors in the theatrical production "Nothing But the Truth," a play written by James Montgomery. Presented by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on February 5, 1921, the venue was the Opera...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," review of play, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Clubs; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Students; Drama clubs; Theatrical productions; Actors; Student organizations
    • This is the second of a two-page review of Pawling School's theatrical production, "Nothing But the Truth," a play presented on February 5, 1921, by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School. The review was published in Pawling School's 1921...

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