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    • Edwin L. Dahlberg

    • Artists; Paintings; Watercolors; Historic sites;
    • South Nyack watercolorist Edwin L. Dahlberg holds his painting, "The Manse at Tappan," one of a group of Rockland County's historic landmarks executed by the artist in honor of the Bicentennial. The series, which had been exhibited at the Tappan...
    • 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...
    • Bell Memorial Chapel Bells

    • Churches; Bells;
    • After removal from the Bell Memorial Chapel, three large bells sit on the floor. These chimes were used in the Bell Chapel for more than half a century and would be installed in Grace Church, Nyack. The largest bell, measuring 2900 pounds and 52...
    • First Church of Christ, Scientist

    • Churches; Drawings;
    • In 1978, Architect John Hadley created these two drawings of the South Nyack church, First Church of Christ, Scientist. The frame building was completed about 1870 for Universalist meetings, but that congregation was always small. By the 1920s, the...
    • Grace Episcopal Church, Nyack, NY

    • Churches; Postcards; Stained glass;
    • The large gothic Grace Church has a large rose window over the front entrance and a tall clock tower in the rear. This photo was taken before the clock was installed.
    • Coal on Island Dock, Kingston, New York

    • Coal; Canal boats; Canals; Streams
    • Coal stored at a transfer facility on Island Dock in Kingston. Island Dock was designed as a storage transfer facility for the anthracite coal that was shipped from Pennsylvania to the Rondout by way of the Delware and Hudson Canal. The island was...
    • Rev. William Cunningham Rodgers

    • College presidents; Photography; Priests--United States;
    • Rev. William Cunningham Rodgers was the sixth president of the college, serving from 1909 to 1919. In 1910 Rev. Rodgers changed the title of warden to president. Under Rodgers the campus was modernized; electricity, a sewage system and central...
    • Horizontal Corliss Steam Engine

    • Engines; Industry; Factories;
    • The Corliss steam engine was patented in 1849 by George Henry Corliss in Providence, Rhode Island. This engine was installed at Lignum - Vitae Products Corp. in Jersey City, New Jersey in 1899. The steam powered boiler had 100 lbs. of pressure and...
    • Sketch for Panels 1a-c, Rhinebeck Post Office Mural

    • Half Moon (Ship); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History; Palatines--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y. : Town), Local history--New York (State); Rhinebeck (N.Y.)--History;
    • From "Murals in the Rhinebeck Post Office:" Panel 1(a): Some time between September 12 and 20 Henry Hudson's "Half Moon" may have anchored near Rhinecliff. A sailor chopping a tree is watched by Indians" who have burned a tree around its base....
    • Pith Helmet

    • Headgear; Hunting; Night; Lamps;
    • A tan cotton twill pith helmet featuring an kerosene lamp attached to the top. It is unknown whether the lamp was installed by the manufacturer or by the helmet's owner. It is thought that the lamp may have been used as a nighttime hunting device....
    • Nyack: Hopper House Plaque

    • Historical markers;
    • The plaque in front of the boyhood home of artist Edward Hopper was installed by the Historical Society of Rockland County. Hopper and his family lived on North Broadway in the Village of Nyack.
    • House at 19 Prospect Street, Nyack

    • Houses;
    • This simple T-shaped house was built in 1871 and is on the 1884 Burleigh map of Nyack. The basic original elements of the house are intact. New windows were being installed when this picture was taken.
    • 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.
    • 30 Washington Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • This mid-nineteenth century dwelling is covered in brown shingles. There are two stories and a basement level that opens onto the street. The porch has been rebuilt; modern supports and railings have been installed. There is no written history of...

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