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    • Donald George Tewksbury

    • College presidents; Photography;
    • Donald George Tewksbury was appointed dean of the college by Columbia's president, Nicholas Murray Butler in 1933. Tewksbury outlined a progressive new educational program for the college that was approved by the board of trustees. To signal these...
    • Apple Mill-Cider Press

    • Cider; Agricultural machinery & implements;
    • This combination apple mill-cider press was used many decades by the Morrison Baird Farm in Sugar Loaf.

      Apples would be dropped in the hopper and the apparatus turned by a flat belt on the big pulley or by a hand crank (missing) on the...
    • Onion Set Planter

    • Agricultural machinery & implements; Photographs;
    • Single row onion set planter guided manually by a farmhand walking behind, but pulled by a tractor. The chains driven off the rear wheels operated mechanisms that dropped onion sets at designated intervals into the furrow plowed by the blades...
    • Henry Gourdine -  SEGMENT 8: Drowning stories

    • Drowning; Rescues; Kayaks;
    • Vietnamese family fishing story (modern). Person drowned trying to rescue boy in water. Henry once caught body in his net. He thought it was a log at first. Could see hair and thought it was moss on a log. It was a man with a windbreaker. He'd been...
    • Charlie Hawes

    • Photographs; Portrait photographs; Military officers;
    • A young man dressed in a Union officer's uniform, the insignia on his forage hat was originally worn by officers of the New York Infantry. The horn was dropped as the insignia of the infantry in 1875 when crossed rifles were adopted.
    • Hylah Bevier Hasbrouck's studio portrait

    • Huguenots;
    • Three-quarter length studio portrait of Hylah Bevier Hasbrouck. Hylah is seated with both of her hands in her lap. She is wearing a dark colored dress, that has a dropped sleeve and is tightly gathered to the cuff. Hylah is wearing a pendant around...
    • Liberty Street School: Original Entryways

    • Schools; Architectural elements;
    • This photograph features some of the architectural highlights of Nyack's old Liberty Street School: the small balcony on the third floor, the curved and dropped detailing over the windows, and the chalet-type roofs over the entryways.
    • Diesel engine on the South Nyack tracks

    • Railroad tracks; Railroads; Railroad locomotives; Diesel locomotives;
    • Erie diesel engine 1243 pulls a train north through South Nyack. After the Tappan Zee Bridge was built, ridership on the spur to Nyack dropped and the line was shut down.

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