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    • Ferryboats on frozen Hudson River, Nyack, NY

    • Waterfronts; Rivers; Ferries; Ice;
    • A frozen Hudson River enabled the photographer to take this scene showing the ferry house at the foot of Burd Street with the ferry "Rockland" and freight boat "Raleigh" tied up for winter. Up the hill can be seen the Commercial Building, then four...
    • Young girl with dog

    • Girls; Dogs; Dresses; Clothing & dress; Children; Glass negatives; Portraits; Pearls
    • A little girl wears a summer dress of cotton or linen, trimmed with late 19th century machine lace. She also wears socks and leggings, tied slippers and pearls at her neck and right wrist.
    • Anthony's Nose and Boat Landing, Bear Mountain Park

    • State parks & reserves; Rivers; Ferries; Postcards;
    • A long dock extends into the Hudson River at the base of Bear Mountain. Two buildings at the end provide shelter for travelers. A ferryboat is tied up and there are many sightseers on the dock. Anthony's Nose, a steep promontary on the east side of...
    • Nyack: Burd Street dock around 1900

    • Boats; Sailboats; Waterfronts;
    • A pleasure craft and a barge are tied up at the foot of Burd Street in Nyack. The dock was the property of the North River Steam Ship Company. The sloop was the "Spray," in which Joshua Slocum sailed alone around the world. The letters PRAY are...
    • A woman and a dog

    • Women; Dogs;
    • A woman wearing a flat brimmed hat and a checkered jacket and skirt approaches a dog that is standing on a rail of a fence. The bi-colored dog is wearing a harness that has a bow tied onto it.
    • Young girl seated on a wicker stool

    • Children; Girls; Portrait photographs; Cartes de visite;
    • A young girl sits for her portrait, wearing a printed dress that has short sleeves and a full skirt. Her hair has been pulled back and tied with ribbons. She is seated on a wicker stool and there is a curtain pulled back on the right. Clearly this...
    • African American woman

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Dresses; Ribbons;
    • An African American woman wears a dress in the style of the early 1890s. This may or may not be the same dating as the photograph. The design of the fabric of her dress is woven in. It is likely wool, and a careful look at the stitching...
    • Nyack Boat Club Moorings

    • Boat clubs; Boats; Sailboats;
    • An image of the river portion of the Nyack Boat Club showing sailboats moored in the river, a dock where small boats are tied up, and a number of boats hauled out on land and covered over.
    • Studio portrait of two women

    • Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Women; Blouses; Skirts; Dresses; Wool; Necklaces; Jewelry; Bracelets; Ribbons; Lace; Fleur-de-lis;
    • An older woman wears a middy blouse, probably linen with a high necked ”V” insert, above a wool skirt with welted seams. Rows of tucking in the shirt echo the shape of the “V.” Her accessories include a long necklace of beads, a decorative pin...
    • At dusk on the shore of the Hudson River

    • Barges; Bridges; Bridge construction;
    • Barges with towering cranes have tied up on the Rockland side of the Hudson River. The equipment was used in the construction of the Tappan Zee Bridge. Piermont and Tallman Mountain are in the distance.
    • Ulster County Fair Riders Pianos Float

    • Fairs; Floats (Parades); Decorations; Peacocks;
    • Black and white photograph of the Riders Pianos float in the Ulster County Fair of 1906 which tied for first place with Winters Pianos in the four-horse business float class, according to the Kingston Daily Freeman, August 30, 1906. The float...
    • Unit 02-Family Living and Ideals

    • Immigrants; Language; English language; Emigration & immigration; Cultural relations; Families; Ethnic neighborhoods; Ethnic groups;
    • Families were very close knit in the New Rochelle Communities. Many had a language barrier to English and children had to interpret for their parents. Some examples of food that her family ate were: macaroni, vrice beans, lentils, vegetables...
    • Handmade fishhooks

    • Fishhooks; Fishing & hunting gear; Photographs
    • Fishhooks made from old time umbrella steels used on horse and buggies. The hook on the left is tied with steel, the hook on the right is forged welled. They were used to hook fish and eels during ice fishing.
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    • Accidents; Trucks; Bridges;
    • Five photographs showing an autombile accident with a large truck and trailer at a bridge. The sixth photograph is a man sitting on top of a small truck with items tied down on the back. Caption reads, "Enroute to Yama Farms - The wreck."
    • Swimming and boating at Fort Comfort Resort

    • Bathhouses; Piers & wharves; ; Trees; Porches; Battlements; Rowboats; Flagpoles;
    • Five women in long dresses sit in a rowboat in a river. They are near a wooden pier. Located on the pier there is a building with battlements;a narrower section of the pier extending beyond the building. At the end of the pier there is a flagpole...

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