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    • Chest X-Ray, the Gym

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; College students--New York (State);
    • Men stand shirtless in line, waiting to have chest x-rays taken by the machine in the left foreground. They each hold a card, perhaps for identification. The third man from the front is Harvey Fite who was a student at St. Stephens College until...
    • Rev. George Bailey Hopson

    • College presidents; Photography; Priests--United States;
    • Rev. George Bailey Hopson served as acting warden three times, 1898-1899, 1903-1904, 1907-1909, and was professor of Latin from 1863 to 1916. His expectations as a teacher were high. When students complained of not having enough time to complete...
    • Evening division dinner dance at the Covered Wagon 1960

    • Photographs; College administrators; College presidents; Draperies;
    • College administrators at the Evening Division dinner-dance at the Covered Wagon in Red Oaks Mill. From left to right: Dean Michael Brick, President James F. Hall, Dr. Marvin Rapp, Associate Dean for SUNY, Mr. Dominic P. Rinaldi, President of the...
    • Academic Honors dinner admins 1960

    • Photographs; People; College administrators; Priests
    • Mr. Dominic Rinaldi, President of the Student Government Evening Division, Brother Paul Octavius of Marist College, Mr. Robert McKinney, Acting Director of the Evening Division, and Mr. Victor Junke stand in front of the great seals of Dutchess...
    • college_presidents

    • Photographs; College administrators; College presidents; Universities & colleges; Clergy;
    • The presidents and associates of the colleges of the Mid-Hudson region meet. Standing, from left to right: Dr. Alan Simpson, President of Vassar College; Dr. William J. Haggerty, President of New Paltz College of Education (currently SUNY New...
    • Civil War Record of William Donaldson Dickey

    • United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865;
    • William D. Dickey was born on January 11, 1845 in Newburgh, N.Y. His parents were William Dickey and Esther James. His mother died on October 29, 1861. He resided in Newburgh, N.Y. where his occupation was Copyist. He served during June, July...
    • Dedication Ceremony, Nyack Library

    • Libraries; Legislators;
    • Attending the ceremony dedicating the new building at the Nyack Library were Ellen Jaffee, Richard Kavesh, Harriet Cornell, James Mahoney, and Jeffrey Cannell, acting NYS Librarian. The new section of the library includes new work areas, public...
    • Teacher and students, Scarsdale, N.Y.

    • Teachers; Students; Schools;
    • This is a black and white photograph of a teacher and students in a classroom in Scarsdale, N.Y. The female teacher is standing between student desks and gesturing towards a student who is standing and appears to be acting. The teacher has dark...
    • James M. Carlisle at a desk

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    • This is a black and white photograph of James M. Carlisle, former Acting Village Justice in Scarsdale, as he pores over Village Code, penciling in suggested improvements. Carlisle, a retired Wall Street lawyer, served for 12 years as Scarsdale...
    • "Nothing But the Truth," a scene in Act II, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; Drama Clubs; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Theaters; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Student Organizations
    • This is a photograph of a scene from Act II in the play, "Nothing But the Truth," written by James Montgomery. In this scene all eleven cast members are on stage. The play was performed by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on Feb. 5,...
    • "Nothing But The Truth," playbill, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1921

    • Actors; Theatrical productions; Boarding schools; Celebrities; People; Private schools; Education; Schools; Clubs; Students; Drama clubs; Clubs; Student organizations;
    • This is playbill that lists the names of the actors in the theatrical production "Nothing But the Truth," a play written by James Montgomery. Presented by members of the Dramatic Club of Pawling School on February 5, 1921, the venue was the Opera...
    • Dutcher House, hotel, Pawling, New York, circa early 1900s

    • Hotels; Schools; Opera houses; Ballrooms; Dance floors; Boarding schools; Education; Students; Private schools; Celebrities
    • This postcard shows a photographed image of Dutcher House, a hotel in Pawling, New York, which was built in 1884 and owned by John B. Dutcher. The handwritten message was probably by a guest staying at the hotel who wrote "Dear Jetta, Mama and I...
    • Quartette (singing group), Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1907-1908

    • Boarding schools; Celebrities; Education; People; Private schools; Schools; Choirs (Music); Clubs; Students; Student organizations; Singers
    • This is a photograph of "The Quartette," Pawling School's musical group, published in the 1908 yearbook, The Scroll. Frank Wuppermann (on the left in the photograph), was in the first graduating class (1908) of the Pawling School and attended...

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