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  • Description: on 1937
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    • Delaware Aqueduct Shaft 3 Blast Image

    • Blasting; Construction; Tunnels; Water supply; Aqueducts;
    • Black and white artist's rendering of the initial blast at Shaft 3 of the Delaware Aqueduct. This is a page from the program brochure for the ceremonies initiating the tunnel construction, featuring New York City Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia, which...
    • Boy Scouts in Nyack, NY

    • Boys;
    • Not one is in uniform, yet these beaming young men are Boy Scouts. Most wore ties for the picture and at least two are in knickers. This picture of Troop #7 is on p. 53 of the Nyack High School yearbook, The Tower, 1937. Mr. Vernon Cox was the...
    • Nyack: Aniline Dye Company Chimney

    • Chimneys; Demolition;
    • The base of a large chimney, surrounded by rubble, is featured in the photo. The chimney was left standing after the 1919 explosion in the dye factory and was demolished in 1937. The Liberty Street School can be seen in the background.
    • Aniline Dye Company After 1919 Explosion, Nyack, NY

    • Chimneys; Factories; Explosions; Fires;
    • All that was left of the Aniline Dye Company plant after the 1919 explosion was the chimney, which is the central image of the photo. Around the chimney the ground is covered with rubble. This picture and the three others were taken in 1937 when...
    • Salem Baptist Meeting House, Piermont, NY

    • Churches; Church & state;
    • This old Baptist church in Piermont, originally topped by a belfry, was on the site that is now occupied by the village hall. In fact, when the Baptists disbanded in 1900, this building became the local government seat. When the frame building was...
    • Old Stone Church, Built 1813, Nyack NY

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • A close up view of the Old Stone Church on North Broadway in Upper Nyack. The Old Stone Church was the first home of the Nyack Methodist Episcopal congregation, served by circuit clergy. Worship was here from 1813 until 1842. See the 1937...
    • Methodist Episcopal Church, Nyack NY

    • Churches; Stone buildings; Postcards;
    • This image of St. Paul's Methodist was color-enhanced and shows the two colors of granite used in the construction. This was the way the church looked from 1910 to 1937.
    • 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...
    • 1937 Paltzonian

    • College yearbooks; Teachers colleges; Teachers college students; Teachers;
    • Yearbook of the New Paltz State Normal School for 1937, containing lists of faculty and graduates, information on members of the senior class, information on clubs and societies, poetry, school history and advertisements.

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