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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...
    • Chester Academy before the addition

    • Photographs; Schools;
    • The Chester Academy was built in 1846, at a cost of $10,000. It was a frame building 50 by 75 feet standing at the corner of Academy Avenue and the Goshen Road, now, 2006, called Brookside Ave. (Route 17M). This photograph was taken before the 25...
    • South Broadway at Old Reformed Church

    • Streets; Churches; Buildings;
    • This is South Broadway as it looked long ago. There's an empty lot just before the Old Reformed Church where the Broadway Theatre would be built. The old church would burn down and be replaced in 1901 by the First Reformed Church. The Commercial...
    • Demolition of Tappan Zee Playhouse

    • Theaters; Demolition;
    • For twenty years, citizens of Nyack and the surrounding communities tried to preserve the Tappan Zee Playhouse. In February 1990, a crane began the demolition of the back of the building. By 2003, the entire building had been reduced to rubble.
    • Remains of the Bell Memorial Chapel, South Nyack

    • Ruins; Chapels;
    • When the New York State Thruway cut a huge swath through the Village of South Nyack, the beautiful Bell Memorial Chapel was demolished. The chapel and bell tower were built of Indiana limestone in 1899 and for more than 50 years, the soft tones of...
    • Buildings demolished, Nyack, NY

    • Business districts; Urban renewal;
    • The first three buildings on the Main Street block just east of Franklin Street have been reduced to rubble. This was the beginnings of Nyack's Urban Renewal Project. Interestingly, the sign 'Gold Medal Flour - Why not now?' would have been covered...
    • Building-structure inventory form: Hedera

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    • Inventory form for building located on Turtle Point Rd; northwestern end of Tuxedo Lake recording the following information: Dr. Ercole Fiore (owner at time of inventory). A two and one-half story solidly constructed stone skeleton of arches and...

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