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    • 34 Hart Place, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Gables; Architectural elements;
    • 34 Hart Place was built by Matthew Watson DeBaun, Nyack's premier builder of the late nineteenth century. It is located on the west side of Hart, between Fifth and Sixth avenues. This was the home of David D. Smith, a gentleman farmer and steamboat...
    • A couple in a carriage

    • Carriages & coaches; Horses;
    • A couple in a four-wheeled carriage poses for the photographer. The man is wearing a dark suit and hat, the woman - a dark coat and hat. Although the setting is very similar, these are not the same people as in Nyack Library image #4027.
    • Boys' basketball team

    • Basketball; Sports; Group portraits
    • A group of seven teenage boys are lined up in a row posed for this portrait. The first boy in the line is holding a basketball with the date '1940' written on it. Each boy in the line is holding the shoulders of the boy in front of him. The boys...
    • Studio portrait of a man and two women

    • Men; Women; Skirts; Blouses; Hats; Suits (Clothing); Eyeglasses; Clothing & dress; Portraits; Glass negatives; Neckties;
    • A man poses with two women. Conservatively stylish, the older woman’s skirt is still quite full. Both women wear striped blouses with machine lace decoration, high necklines, gloves and exuberant hats. Although the clothing of all three suggests...
    • Bearded man in coat and vest

    • Men; Portrait photographs; Photographic studios; Cartes de visite;
    • A man with a thick, dark beard stands at a table. His dark coat has a chesterfield collar. From his vest hangs the chain of a watch. Although unidentified, he presents an air of prosperity. At the bottom of the photograph is printed 'Carte de...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Orient Fishtail projectile point

    • Indian weapons--North America; Indians of North America--Antiquities; Indians of North America--Hunting; Indians of North America--Implements; Projectile points;
    • A slender lanceolate point which flares out at the stem (like a fishtail) with a biconvex to nearly flat cross section. On average the length ranges from 1" to 4". These points were predominantly used for spears, although there is evidence of use...
    • Carte de visite of unidentified woman, Nyack, NY

    • Cartes de visite; Women; Portrait photographs;
    • A young woman looks towards the right. Her hair is pulled past her ears, although it seems to be curled at the back. She is wearing a dark bodice, accented by a scarf which is clasped with a brooch. There is a chain with a cross around her neck.
    • Al Griggs oral history interview

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    • Al is a retired IBMer. Manager in Finance area. A head hunter for IBM contacted Al in 1965 while he was working at Bell Labs. He was hired by IBM and although his career had him working in Kingston/Poughkeepsie and East Fishkill, he continued to...
    • A River on Main Street in Nyack

    • Floods; Streets; Street lights;
    • Although downgraded to a tropical storm by the time it reached Nyack, Hurricane Floyd sent a river of water down Main Street (front of photo). Here two pedestrians ford the water at Franklin Street. Note the traffic lights are working.

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