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    • Ross Place with buildings

    • Agriculture; Farms; Stone walls; Dry plate negatives
    • A dirt road with stone walls leads to a farm. Cows are grazing in a field with barns in the distance.
    • "Group Singing Bard's Alma Mater"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College
    • Richard "Dick" Sherman '49 left, leads a group in singing Bard's Alma Mater: "The Bard College Song," in Preston Hall. Richard Sherman wrote the words and music to this song. With his brother Robert (also a 1949 Bard graduate) he went on to write...
    • Victorian barn, Nyack, NY

    • Barns
    • A gravel drive leads to the double doorway of this ornate Victorian barn. The upper story has gables, a balcony, and a cupola. The upper stories were possibly used as apartments. The location of this building is unknown.
    • Fort Comfort Inn postcard

    • Bathhouses; Piers & wharves; Gazebos; Trees; Porches; Battlements; Flowerpots; Rivers;
    • This is an image of Fort Comfort Resort on the banks of the Hudson River. The image shows two distinct buildings built on a wooden pier. Both buildings have distinct crenellations on the roof line giving them a castle-like appearance. Both...
    • Sons of Italy Social Club

    • Buildings; Utility poles; Railroad tracks; Clubs; Hills; Trees; Pickets; Porches
    • This is a photograph of two distinct attached buildings. On the left side there is a tall two-story building with a flat roof. There is a concrete porch with an iron railing that leads up to the doorway. There are two wood doors off of the porch;...
    • South Broadway: Behind the Buildings in Nyack 1950's

    • Business districts; Culverts;
    • Two women stand in a plant-filled area behind buildings. A ladder leads to the second story of the building in the rear. The building on the right has open windows and vines covering one area. An archway shows where the creek (Nyack Brook) goes...
    • Washington Street and Kings Highway, Tappan, NY

    • Business districts; Real estate business;
    • On the corner of Washington Street and Kings Highway, in downtown Tappan, NY, stood a large frame building with a combination of residential and business establishments. Pictured here is an addition to the main building. A double doorway in the...
    • Fort Comfort cannon and bathing pavilion

    • Cannons; Gazebos; Piers & wharves; Trees; Bathhouses; Resorts;
    • This image shows two postcards. The top postcard shows a cannon set near some bushes. This top postcard is captioned, "1776 Stony Point Cannon. Fort Comfort Resort. Piermont N.Y." There is a stand of trees located a short distance behind the...
    • Page 62, photo 6

    • Cannons; Horses; Wagons; Men; World War, 1914-1918--Equipment and supplies; Alsace, France--Views
    • Photograph. A man leads three horses hitched to a two wheeled cart in open terrain. A man walks behind the cart. They follow another cart just visible in the left frame. Hill in the background. Written on film: ""Huss 8/12/15"" [Huss is located in...
    • Carriage House in Nyack

    • Carriage houses; Architectural elements;
    • A stone driveway leads to this carriage house which is quite elaborate, with shutters, dormers, barge boards, a balcony, and a turret. The location is unknown. It was certainly part of one of Nyack's large estates.
    • Man in suit with group of children

    • Children; Dresses; Men; Suits (Clothing); Stairways;
    • In this black-and-white image, a group of children are standing on an exterior stairway. There is a older man in a suit wearing glasses also standing on the stairs. He is looking at the group of children. All of the children are holding a piece of...
    • Scarsdale Congregational Church Sanctuary

    • Churches; Congregational churches
    • This is a color photograph of the Sanctuary of the Scarsdale Congregational Church, constructed in 1951. The church is brick. Four white columns support an overhang over the front. There is a cupola. A pathway leads around the church to the front....
    • Scarsdale Congregational Church

    • Churches; Congregational churches
    • This is a black and white photograph of the Little Stone Church, constructed in 1904. This was the original structure build to house the Scarsdale Congregational Church. The building is made of irregular stones with a steep tile roof. A short path...
    • Scarsdale Congregational Church

    • Churches; Congregational churches
    • This is a sepia photograph of the Little Stone Church, constructed in 1904. This was the original structure build to house the Scarsdale Congregational Church. The building is made of irregular stones with a steep tile roof. A short path leads from...
    • Tomkins Cove Methodist Church

    • Churches; Cupolas; Fences; Gables; Methodist churches;
    • A white fence leads along the left side of the photograph into the side of the white front-gabled church. There are three steps up into a smaller gabled entryway. The windows in the front and along the side of the church are narrow with a pointed...
    • Clerk's Office Village of Upper Nyack

    • City & town halls; Fire stations; Postcards;
    • The shingled gray house which houses the Upper Nyack Village Hall is trimmed in white. A sign leads a visitor to the Village Clerk's office. In the background is the firehouse.
    • Decoration Day in Chester.

    • Clippings; Fire stations; Villages; Public speaking; Veterans; Parades & processions;
    • This newspaper clipping leads one to suspect that this was the first officially celebrated Decoration Day, now called Memorial Day, in Chester.

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