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    • Unidentified house with stone wall and picket gate

    • Houses; Buildings; Gates; Fences; Stone walls; Wells; Hip roofs; Windows; Trees; Shrubs; Chimneys; Dwellings; Lantern slides;
    • Unidentified 1-1/2-story side-gabled house. Majority of house is obscured by overgrown trees and bushes. There is a white picket gate and stone wall in the foreground. A hipped-roof covered stone well sits on front yard. Some brick is visible...
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    • This page is taken up with a photograph which takes up the majority of the page. The photograph is an interior shot of Boulderberg Manor. The higly-ornate ceiling dominated the photograph. This is a passageway and the first few steps of the...
    • Blauvelt station and Rockland Psychiatric Center

    • Railroad stations; Railroad tracks; Bridges; Mental institutions; Automobiles; Buildings;
    • This image is composed of two black and white photographs positioned one above the other. The top photograph is slightly askew. It depicts the small gabled building that is the Blauvelt Train Station on the Erie railroad line. There are two small...
    • Nyack officials, past and present

    • Men; Mayors; Sheriffs; Business people; Portrait photographs;
    • Past and present Nyack officials were almost in the majority at the Rotary Club 50th Anniversary dinner. Seated, left to right, are ex-mayors Theodore F. Odell, Clarence M. Travis , Sr. (actually was village president), and Oscar Kosel. Standing,...
    • Part 09: Leonard Cook and Water Treatment Plan

    • Civic leaders; Waterworks;
    • Parkhurst begins with a quick story about William Myers and Anthony Meyers from the 19th century, who were leaders in the African-American community. The majority of this unit is about Leonard Cooke and his dealings with the water treatment plant,...
    • 1850 Map of Ulster

    • Ulster County (N. Y.) - Maps; Real Property - New York (State) - Ulster County
    • The present Village of Saugerties was originally incorporated in 1831 as the Village of Ulster. This map is from 1850 before the name change to Saugerties in 1855. A penciled note; "(74734) [1850?]"; on the map face near the bottom right indicates...

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