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    • Presentation of scholarship 1959

    • Photographs; Aerial photographs; Pearls; Cigarettes; Business & finance; Business people;
    • As taken from the back of the photo: "The sixth scholarship for a student attending Dutchess Community College was presented today by the Poughkeepsie Business and Professional Women's Club to Dr. James F. Hall, president of the College. The Club...
    • Accounting Machine

    • Photographs; Typewriters; Books; Business & finance; Office equipment & supplies
    • A person sits at what appears to be an accounting typewriter. A woman sits to his right, with a book (possibly a manual) that has images of what appear to be the same typewriter.
    • Unidentified house 5

    • Dwellings; Houses; Buildings; Restaurants; Business & finance; Electric lines; Utility poles; Trees; Porches; Windows; Balusters; Doors & doorways; Lantern slides;
    • Side view of unidentified side-gabled house with 2-story full-width porch in front. Flat-roof addition which features "Restaurant" sign. 2 chimneys visible.
    • East Market Street, Red Hook, N.Y.

    • Postcards; Automobiles; Business & finance; Lampposts;
    • Colorized postcard of East Market Street, Red Hook, NY looking east. Horseless carriage with driver at the wheel is parked in front of the corner building bearing a sign for M W of A. Man with an apron stands in the doorway.
    • Cyrus W. Field signed photograph

    • Business & finance; Autographs; Portraits; Men
    • Cyrus W. Field was a wealthy businessman and financier, whose first fortune derived from paper wholsaling. In 1858, and then again with greater success in 1866, he and several others who formed the Atlantic Telegraph Company, laid the first...
    • Receipt for boot repair for a slave

    • African Americans;boot making
    • A receipt for the services of John Hait, cobbler. Services included soling, lining, caping, bottoming and binding boots for self and "Negro". The money is recorded in pounds, shillings and pence
    • Unit 01-George Astrove's Family History

    • Emigration & immigration; English language; World War, 1914-1918--Veterans; Textile industry; Business & finance; Family; Ethnic groups; Judaism;
    • He was born in Manhattan and lived in the Bronx, NY until he was five. His family moved to New Rochelle in 1935. He grew up in the Glenwood Lake area of New Rochelle (the Webster School neighborhood). He describes his neighborhood as "the...
    • James E. Horton 1855 diary

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;
    • Diary belonging to James Edwin Horton (1835-1903) covering day- to-day events during the period of his employment as clerk to Hiram Falls, crockery agent in Newburgh, NY.
    • James E. Horton 1856 diary

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century; Newburgh (N.Y.)--Commerce;
    • Diary belonging to James Edwin Horton (1835-1903) covering day-to-day events during the period of his employment as clerk to Hiram Falls, crockery agent, in Newburgh, N.Y. Last entries relate details of Horton's purchase of Mr. Falls crockery...
    • James E. Horton 1853 diary

    • Newburgh (N.Y.)--History--19th Century;
    • Diary belonging to James Edwin Horton (1835-1903) commencing on Thursday, March 3, 1853, the first day of his employment in the crockery store of Hiram Falls in Newburgh, N.Y. At this time, Mr. Horton lived in Newburgh as a boarder at the home of...
    • Nyack: C. M. Travis and Employees

    • Monuments & memorials; Business & finance;
    • Clarence M. Travis Sr. sits in front of his business with seven employees. Behind them are dozens of headstones of various sizes and shapes.
    • Coven Cafe 2000

    • Restaurants; Business & finance;
    • The lilac Coven Cafe was a Nyack restaurant for many years. The building and the one to its left (Sanders Properties) were destroyed by fire in 2001.
    • Travis Monuments, Nyack

    • Monuments & memorials; Business & finance;
    • Clarence M. Travis had a business at the corner of Main Street and Midland Avenue where headstones and other monuments were carved. Three men, one in derby, stand among carved pieces on the front lawn of the site.

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