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    • Aerial view of Lederle Lab Campus

    • Aerial views; Buildings; Automobiles; Roads; Streets; Factories; Trucks
    • This postcard is a view of the Lederle Lab campus main buildings circa 1950's. The aerial view is looking down and out over a business park. There are several tall business or office buildings on the initial blocks. There are cars moving along...
    • Bird's Eye View of Nyack, NY

    • Aerial views; Villages; Rivers;
    • From a grassy area above Highland Avenue, one can view the village of Nyack with the Hudson River and Westchester County in the distance. This is a hand-tinted card. It was sent from Nyack to Norwood, NJ but the pencil writing is hard to decipher.
    • Christening of Shamrock Towing Co. tug

    • Boats; Celebrations; Rivers; Photographs; Tugboats;
    • A tugboat decorated with flags is afloat on the river. Another smaller tug boat is alongside it. Two small raft with several people each are in the water further away. A handwritten note on the bottom of the photograph reads, "Christening of...
    • Thruway construction

    • Bridge construction; Bridges;
    • Although this picture is fuzzy, it does show the size of the concrete casements that were built for the Tappan Zee Bridge. The site may be Grassy Point, north of Haverstraw on the Hudson River, where there was a staging area. It is now the...
    • Staging area at Grassy Point, NY

    • Bridges; Bridge construction; Caissons (Hydraulic structures);
    • Are these the underwater caissons under construction at Grassy Point? There are workmen standing near one of them.
    • Penny Bridge, Grassy Point

    • Bridges; Horses; Sleds & sleighs; Children;
    • Greeting card created from painting by Robert Burghardt. Card shows the Penny Bridge at Grassy Point, NY in a winter scene. There is a horse drawn sleigh, children playing and an adult and child cutting down a Christmas tree.
    • Farley Bridge, Stony Point, NY

    • Bridges; Plaques; Historical markers;
    • The James A. Farley Bridge in Stony Point was named for a popular Rocklander who was Supervisor of the Town of Stony Point, National Chairman of the Democratic Party, and Postmaster General of the United States. He was born in the hamlet of Grassy...
    • Historical marker for Mount Moor Cemetery, West Nyack, NY

    • Cemeteries; Monuments & memorials;
    • Mount Moor Cemetery, a burying ground for African-Americans, was deeded on July 7, 1849 by James and Jane Benson to trustees William H. Moore, Stephen Samuels, and Isaac Williams. The cemetery has provided burial space for African-Americans,...
    • St. Joseph's Church, Grassy Point, NY

    • Churches;
    • St. Joseph's Church, on the south side of Main Street in Grassy Point, was built on land donated by Adam Lilburn, a Protestant. The brickmakers of Grassy Point provided the bricks for the building. The church closed down in 1969. A historical...
    • Trinity Lutheran Church

    • Churches; Lutheran churches; Automobiles
    • This is a photograph of the Trinity Lutheran Church at 25 Crane Road in Scarsdale, N.Y. This was formerly the Crane Family House, for which Crane Road is named. The building is a stone mansion in the Italian villa style. It has gable and mansard...
    • Two views Piermont Pier

    • Condominiums; Storefronts; Aerial views; Trees;
    • This image consists of two color photographs showing different views of the condominiums and storefronts that are on the Piermont Pier. The top image looks across a grassy area. In the background there are multi-story brick buildings. On the...
    • Layout of materials for the building of the Tappan Zee Bridge

    • Construction; Construction workers; Construction equipment; Bridge construction;
    • Materials are laid out in Grassy Point, to be loaded by the crane onto barges which took them south to the Tappan Zee Bridge construction site. Two workers are directing the lifting of the steel girders by a crane that is atop a truck.
    • Hudson Fulton Celebration, Nyack, 1909

    • Costumes; Parks;
    • Nyackers dressed in Revolutionary War costumes stand on a grassy plot near the Hudson River. A house in the background is located on the north side at the foot of DePew Avenue.
    • Handbill for Nyack ferries

    • Ferries; Boats; Handbills;
    • This advertising flyer appeared in the 1899 Nyack Hospital "Kirmess" program. The Kirmess was a fundraiser for the hospital. The handbill described three ferry boats: The "Chrystenah" sailed to Yonkers, Tarrytown, Nyack, Rockland Lake, Haverstraw,...

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