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    • 11 New Main Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Newsrooms; Bricks; Pediments; Friezes (Entablature components); Business districts; Storefronts; Snow;
    • This is a photograph of a two-story painted brick building with a wood and glass storefront. There is a sign hanging above the entryway of the storefront indicating that this is the office of The Rockland County Times. The date '1889' is also...
    • 36-38 South Franklin, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Houses; Storefronts;
    • This combination of store and house is on the northwest corner of Franklin Street and DePew Avenue in Nyack. Although built at different times, the house and building were considered one property as they were bought and sold over the years.
    • 59 DePew Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • Information is sorely needed on this very old Nyack house. There aren't many saltbox houses in the village and this one has seen hard times. The porch, windows, and siding have all been replaced and not restored.
    • 62 Third Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • Times have changed this house. The long first story windows have been truncated but the Gothic arch porch decoration remains. This house is set unusually far back from the street.
    • 7 Prospect Street, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches;
    • This small house on Prospect Street has fallen on hard times. It faces west and has another porch on the east side. It's a typical dwelling of a Nyack working class family. At one time there were greenhouses in the yard on the south side. The owner...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry;
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry; Postcards
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry;
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry; Postcards
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry;
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry;
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry; Postcards
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Aftermath of the Haverstraw Landslide

    • Landslides; Brick industry; Postcards
    • This image depicts the aftermath of the Haverstraw landslide that occurred on the evening of Monday January 8th in 1906. The January 13th, 1906 Rockland County Times described it as "Haverstraws Dire Calamity," stating: "an immense cave took place...
    • Angevine in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Historic buildings; Houses
    • This is a color photograph of a print from an engraving of the Angevine House where James Fenimore Cooper lived from 1818 to 1822, and where he wrote “The Spy.” The engraving was done by T. Addison Richards in 1853. Angevine was on Mamaroneck Road...
    • Angevine in Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Historic buildings; Houses
    • This is a photograph of a sketch of the Angevine House where James Fenimore Cooper lived from 1818 to 1822, and where he wrote “The Spy.” Angevine was on Mamaroneck Road at a spot near today’s Junior High School. The house is no longer there. In...
    • Athletic field, Overlook Academy, Nyack, NY

    • Baseball; Athletic fields; Universities & colleges;
    • This picture of a baseball diamond is from the 1904 commencement booklet of the Overlook Latin Academy, located on Sickles Avenue west of Midland. The athletic field was just below the cemetery on Highland Avenue. The school building, which no...
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    • Written on back: "Bible I carried with me throughout WWII (and used it a little at times)" - Jane Secor Class of '40

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