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    • "Conference in President's Office (Dr. Fuller)"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; College students
    • This image, set in the President's office, shows Edward C. Fuller in discussion with a group of students. Dr. Edward C. Fuller, President of Bard from 1947-1950, emphasized student participation in community government. The October 1948 issue of...
    • "Hopper House" by Edwin L. Dahlberg

    • Houses; Paintings; Stationery;
    • The 1975 watercolor painting, "Hopper House," by Edwin L. Dahlberg, was reproduced as stationery by the Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Committee in 1984. The simple frame house was the birthplace and boyhood home of Edward Hopper, the American...
    • "Pretty Penny" by Edward Hopper

    • Paintings; Houses;
    • In 1939, Edward Hopper painted a picture of the house known as "Pretty Penny" for his neighbor, Helen Hayes. To raise money to save Hopper's birthplace, the Edward Hopper Preservation Foundation produced this stationery in 1985, noting that the...
    • 110 Grand Street, Newburgh NY

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    • In the early 20th century, undertakers established offices in former residential buildings like this frame row house. In 1916, Gilbert Calyer lived here with his wife Anna. he and his partner, Edward Murtfeldt, met with bereaved families in offices...
    • 132-134 Broadway, Newburgh, NY

    • Bars;
    • Brothers Hugh & James Duffy operated a saloon at the northwest corner of Broadway & Lander Street in this 5-story brick building. Edward J. Cleary ran aa stationary shop next door at 134. Apartments, entered through a center doorway, filled the...
    • 214 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Gambrel roofs; Porches; Bay windows;
    • This stucco dwelling incorporates elements of the Colonial Revival architectural style: leaded glass, bay windows, gambrel roof lines, and a wide front porch with a portico. It's a large, airy residence once owned by Minetta and Edward Townsend....
    • 8 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Porches; Mansard roofs;
    • The Edward Burr house was built about 1860. The Burrs were shoe manufacturers in Nyack. This well-maintained house has a lovely position close to the Hudson River.
    • 8 First Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Mansard roofs;
    • This small mansard Victorian, on the northwest corner of First Avenue and Gedney Street, was built about 1860 for Edward Burr. Burr was one of Nyack's shoemakers, a part owner of the second shoe-making factory in the village.The house remained in...
    • 82 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Architecture; Houses;
    • Here is another view of the Hopper House, taken from the north. The two chimneys indicate that there are fireplaces in both the front and back rooms of the north 'wing.' Artist Edward Hopper was born in this Nyack house, which is now an art center.
    • 82 North Broadway, Nyack, NY

    • Houses; Historic sites;
    • The birthplace of artist Edward Hopper is a unique Village of Nyack landmark. There are many other images of this house in this data base.
    • A tribute to Carson McCullers

    • Women; Authors; Portrait photographs;
    • A classic picture of writer Carson McCullers has been used in this poster announcing a tribute to her. After an introduction by Helen Hayes, selections of McCullers' writings were read by Edward Albee, Zoe Caldwell, Julie Harris, Kaiulani Lee, and...
    • An Idea Worth Millions.

    • Clippings; Dairy products; Railroads; Milk; Dairying; Milkmen & milkwomen;
    • Newspaper clipping relates an early history of the fresh milk dairy industry. Believe written by Edward Harold Mott, famed author of “Between the Ocean and the Lakes; The Story of Erie.”
    • Articles of vendue, Hendricus DuBois

    • Slaveholders; Huguenots
    • List of articles and enslaved Africans belonging to the late Hendricus DuBois used during a public auction of his estate in 1792. The names of the purchasers and the price paid for each item and slave are included. This document indicates that a...
    • Blackboard - Tomkins Cove school

    • Blackboards; Schools;
    • This is a photograph of a blackboard that was uncovered during renovations at the Tomkins Cove Public Library. The blackboard has the following written on it, "Alex Sopko Aug 11, 193", "Tomkins Cove, NY", W. A. James 1913 Aug 14", Ernest S. James",...
    • Boy Scouts marching along Broadway in 1911

    • Parades & processions;
    • This is an enlargement of the center part of Nyack Library image #0878. Most of the young marchers are carrying flags. The third boy in the line is Clarence Lovatt, Ed's brother. The parade is passing in front of the Broadway (later Tappan Zee)...
    • Breaking Ground for Orangetown Sewage Treatment Plant

    • Ground breaking ceremonies; Sewerage;
    • Town official s and dignitaries pose at the groundbreaking of the Orangetown Sewage Treatment Plant. In the front row, left to right, are Harvey Polhemus, Charles P. Winter, Edward Owen, Arthur Prindle, Joseph Levere, Clarence Noyes, Stanley...
    • Brick benches in Dutch Garden

    • Postcards; Gardens; Garden walls; Garden structures; Brickwork
    • Two brick benches with a brick round table between them. There is also a brick wall behind the table and bench. The Dutch Garden was constructed 1934-36 under the supervision of Mary Mobray Clarke, landscape consultant, the park stands as a...
    • Broadway, Nyack

    • Streets; Street lights; Pedestrians; Horses; Carriages & coaches;
    • Color postcard depicting an late 19th/ early 20th Century view of Nyack, NY.
      This postcard depicts Nyack when Edward Hopper was growing up, near the turn of the 20th Century.

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