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    • 10-14 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Storefronts;
    • This corner building, known as the Equity or the Commercial Building, was originally four stories. A fire destroyed the upper two. Several stores are found on the bottom floor, women's accessories and clothing, a jeweler and a thrift shop. In 1919,...
    • 122-126 Main Street

    • Hardware stores; Clothing stores; Mansard roofs;
    • This is the western end of the Onderdonk block, built in 1873. In 1996 the stores were occupied by Judith Charles, a woman's shop, and Herb Lack Paints, a hardware store.
    • 159 and 165 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Grocers;
    • Above these two famous Nyack stores on the south side of Main Street are two-story residences. Renella's Groceries and Sam's Paint and Glass were both in business for many, many years.
    • 1910 parade on South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Parades & processions; Women; Buildings;
    • The Red Cross women of Central Nyack parade by a row of stores and houses on South Broadway in Nyack, NY. These buildings were replaced in 1927 by the Nyack YMCA and its adjoining building.
    • 2-4 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Banks;
    • This large corner building was the Rockland County Trust Company, built in 1909. When the bank dissolved, the ground floor was transformed into several stores and businesses and covered with plywood. To see the grandeur of the original building,...
    • 202 - 210 Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Tailor shops;
    • These semi-detached stores and residences on upper Main Street in Nyack have hardly changed since they were built. Businesses here move in and out frequently,as this part of the street is not the in the main business district.
    • 48 Burd Street, Nyack, NY

    • Hotels;
    • The Hotel St. George, long a Nyack landmark, was restored for offices and stores. Composed of three separate buildings joined together, the St. George is the only survivor of the many great hotels that flourished in the late 1800s in Nyack.
    • 5-7 New Street, Nyack, NY

    • Garages; Buildings;
    • These brick garages or warehouses are among the most intriguing buildings in Nyack. Located on New Street, they connect directly to stores and businesses on Main Street.
    • 7-13 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts;
    • This block of stores is part of the Moeller Block, which extends from #5 South Broadway to Burd Street on the east side of the street. The five brick buildings are all three stories and are structurally connected. A local architect, Cornelius...
    • 8 South Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts; Cornices; Hotels;
    • The five-story Kennedy Building, the tallest on Broadway, has some unique architectural details. This picture shows the two graceful spindles atop the elaborate cornices that flow up to the roof. This building, built about 1880, was the Everett...
    • A northern view of Wall Street, Kingston, New York

    • City & town life; Stores & shops; Electric railroads; Utility poles
    • A streetview of Wall Street facing north. An electric trolley heads south as a woman stands in the road. The Uptown Business district was thriving with a variety of stores offering everything from pianos to cigars; as well as Keeney's theater, and...
    • Bird's Eye View of Rockland Lake, New York

    • Postcards;
    • When the ice industry was still important, Rockland Lake had a bustling community of houses, stores, churches, and repair shops. One of the huge ice houses is at the lower right. The brown building in the center is the power house for the cable...
    • Business Block

    • Storefronts; Automobiles;
    • Photograph of business block of stores in Tuxedo located along a dirt road with cars of the era parked in front of the stores.
    • Businesses on the north side of Main Street, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Business districts;
    • Herbet's was a shoe store, well-known in Nyack. Van der Walde's was a classy women's dress shop. Woolworth's and National Shoes were chain stores found throughout the country. At this time, Nyack was one of the premier shopping destinations in...
    • Central Ave, Pearl River NY

    • Streets; People; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Automobiles;
    • Black and white photograph showing Central Avenue. The stores and storefronts are visable. Automobiles line the roads and there are people walking on the sidewalks.
      Notice how the photograph has been altered to show clouds in the sky.
    • Central Avenue, Pearl River

    • Streets; People; Boys; Bicycles & tricycles; Automobiles; Stores & shops; Storefronts; Trees;
    • Black and white photograph showing Central Ave in Pearl River, NY. There is a group of boys with their bicycles, and cars line the street. Many stores and store fronts are visable.
      The photograph was taken near the west end of Central Avenue...
    • Depot Plaza Stores in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Stores & shops; Coffeehouses; Slides; Photographs
    • This is a color photograph of stores at Depot Plaza off Depot Place in Scarsdale, N.Y. Storefronts include: a coffee shop, Knit & Purl, Christopher Hevey Real Estate and Mortgages, Sheer Necessities, and Stephen L. Angell & Co. Realtors. There are...

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