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    • Louis Bevier Will, 1715

    • Huguenots;
    • The first of three last wills and testaments written by Louis Bevier, Huguenot refugee and one of the founders of New Paltz, NY. Of particular interest are the provisions made for the testator's disabled son, Andries.
    • The Death of Hudson

    • Postcards; Boats;
    • On his last voyage, Henry Hudson, his son, and seven disabled seamen were forced into a small boat and set adrift in Hudson Bay. The picture is from a painting in the Tate Gallery, London, by Sir John Collier. The postcard was published in 1909 to...
    • New affordable housing in Nyack

    • Housing;
    • The 28-unit Leonard Cooke Pine Street Homes project in Nyack was created by the Nyack Housing Assistnce Corporation and designed by architect Jan Degenshein. The apartments are for families with a physically disabled member who wish to stay in...
    • Harry Atwood's plane, Upper Nyack, NY

    • Aircraft; Airplanes; Biplanes;
    • In August of 1911, Harry Atwood made an emergency landing in a field in Upper Nyack. A crowd gathered and several photographs were taken of the populace and the disabled biplane. This picture is similar to another in Nyack Library's collection,...

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