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    • 4 corners and parks, Nanuet, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Roads; Parks; Crossroads;
    • A view of a four corners of a dirt road with trees on all sides.
    • New City Library
    • 76 house

    • Postcards; Historic buildings; Stone buildings;
    • A hand colored postcard. Front left view of the 76 Stone House in Tappan, N.Y. The Old '76 House is not simply one of America's oldest taverns. built in 1668, the Old '76 House had a profound effect on the outcome of The Revolutionary War....
    • New City Library
    • 76 house

    • Postcards; Hotels; Historic buildings; Stone buildings;
    • A front view of the historic "76 House" in Tappan, N.Y. The Old '76 House is not simply one of America's oldest taverns, built in 1668, the Old '76 House had a profound effect on the outcome of The Revolutionary War. Through its long use as a...
    • New City Library
    • "S" curve on the Storm King Highway, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Roads
    • The "S" shaped curve of a road, with a stone cliff climbing up on the left and a stone wall curving along the right. There is a sign on the wall on the right. Storm King Highway, also called Route 218, met with major opposition, but was blasted...
    • New City Library
    • Academy of the Holy Child Jesus

    • Postcards; Religious facilities; Religious dwellings;
    • Looking across the lawn towards the front of the building.
    • New City Library
    • Aerial view of Nyack

    • Postcards; Cityscape photographs; Buildings; Aerial views; Aerial photographs; Aerial views;
    • Aerial view from over the Hudson River looking over Nyack and the shoreline of the Hudson River.
    • New City Library
    • Aerial view of Nyack-on-Hudson

    • Postcards; Cityscape photographs; Aerial views; Aerial photographs;
    • Aerial view from over the Hudson River looking over Nyack-on-Hudson and the Hudson River shoreline.
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • 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...
    • New City Library
    • Al Magnatta Interview

    • Veterans; Fire fighters;
    • Al Magnatta discusses his military service in World War II, his volunteer service as a fire fighter, and his career as an electrician that included work on the Tappan Zee Bridge and New York State Thruway construction in the 1950s.
    • New City Library
    • Alice Gerard Interview

    • Archaeological sites; Archaeology; Women
    • Alice Gerard, a lifelong resident of Palisades, discusses the history of that community and her and her mother's work in local history. She also talk about her work as an archaeologist studying the controversial Glozel site in France.
    • New City Library
    • Andres Abreu Oral History Interview

    • Immigrants
    • Andres Abreu talks about coming to the U.S. from Dominican Republic, going to school, jobs he’s had, life in Haverstraw, and the differences between the United States and the Dominican Republic.
    • New City Library
    • Anthony's Nose - Hudson Highlands

    • Postcards; Mountains; Rivers;
    • A view from the Hudson River looking at the mountain. It is regarded as one of the most prominent features in the southern gateway to the Hudson Highlands, rising to 900 feet in elevation.
    • New City Library

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