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    • High School, Cornwall, N. Y.

    • Postcards; Schools; Buildings;
    • Colorized postcard. This school was built in 1906 of red brick with cement and light stone trim. The building is on Willow Avenue in Cornwall, New York. Classrooms, library and office occupied the first two floors. The top floor had an assembly...
    • Salesian High School, Goshen, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Schools; Religious education; Educational facilities;
    • Red Brick building. Conducted by the Salesians of St. John Bosco, Main Street, Goshen, N.Y. Founded in 1925 on the former Haight-Brownleigh Estate. New building erected 1931.The Chapel, Study Hall, Gymnasium and Classrooms are all housed in this...
    • Upper Nyack School

    • Schools;
    • The Upper Nyack School was essentially an elementary school. The front porch had two entryways and behind that were two classrooms. A chain link fence enclosed the yard. This is probably the building constructed on School Street in 1928, replacing...
    • Public School No. 5 Nanuet, NY

    • Schools; Postcards;
    • The two-story brick building that housed the school children of Nanuet, NY, had at least 8 classrooms. It was located on Highview Avenue.
    • Christian Alliance, Nyack, NY

    • Schools; Postcards;
    • Soon after the Alliance Institute moved to Nyack from New York City, this magnificent frame building was built. The four stories held both classrooms and dormitories, as well as a library and dining hall. Dormer windows, towers, porches, and...
    • Missionary Institute, Nyack, NY

    • Schools; Universities & colleges; Postcards;
    • In 1905, this sprawling, multi-storied building housed the entire Missionary Institute - classrooms, dining halls, study rooms and lounges, and dormitories. Several men and women of the college are standing on the circular drive in front of the...
    • Public school, Bardonia, NY

    • Schools; Flagpoles; Bell towers;
    • The two story frame schoolhouse in Bardonia had an enclosed belfry and a tall flagpole. Several classrooms were available. Near the flagpole was a boulder with a plaque.
    • Missionary Institute, South Nyack, NY

    • Universities & colleges; Schools; Dormitories;
    • The Missionary Institute was first contained in this one building which contained a dining hall, classrooms, and dormitories. It perched over the Nyack villages on the almost treeless slope of South Mountain. The driveway leading up to the building...
    • Christian Alliance, Nyack, NY

    • Buildings; Universities & colleges; Postcards;
    • In the early days of the Nyack Missionary Institute, this building housed dormitories, classrooms and dining rooms. Today the restored building is called Simpson Hall, after the founder of the college. The note written to Miss Anna Garretson,...
    • Missionary Institute, Nyack, NY

    • Schools; Postcards;
    • The large, red-roofed Nyack Missionary Institute building hosed the entire school; classrooms, dormitories and dining halls. The car in front of the center porch may be an early taxi. The card was sent to Miss Hazel Kent, New City, NY: "Dear Hazel,...
    • Simpson Hall, Nyack College

    • Universities & colleges; Buildings; Porches;
    • Simpson Hall was the original building of the Nyack Missionary Institute, which opened in South Nyack shortly before 1900. The building once had dormitories, classrooms and dining rooms. Its porches, turrets, dormers, pillars and stairways create...
    • Clintondale School Annex, Clintondale, N.Y.

    • Schools; Education; Architecture;
    • This building, located at the intersection of Maple Avenue and South Street in Clintondale, was built about 1800 by an early Quaker settler named Heaton. About 1810, a section of it became the first store in the Clintondale area, and it continued...
    • Football game, Cluett Hall, calendar entry, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1920

    • Buildings; People; Business people; Architects; Schools; Boarding schools; Education; Architectural elements; Architecture; Dormitories; Students; Private schools; Sports; Philanthropists; Football; Actors
    • This is a photograph of a football game in progress on the grounds of Pawling School in the fall of 1920. Cluett Hall, the main school building, looms in the background. The text under the photograph is an excerpt from the school calendar and...
    • Cluett Hall, Pawling School, Pawling, New York, 1927-1928

    • Buildings; People; Business people; Architects; Sundials; Schools; Boarding schools; Education; Architectural elements; Architecture; Dormitories; Students; Private schools; Schools; Philanthropists;
    • This is a photograph of the Alfonzo Rockwell Cluett Foundation, commonly known as Cluett Hall, flagship building of the Pawling School with the Simpson Sundial in the foreground. Construction of Cluett Hall began in 1909 and finished in time for...

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