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    • This page of the article shows the front exterior of Boulderberg Manor. The house is in the Gothic Revival architectural style. There are three chimneys on the roof as well as a cupola. Much of the front of the building is covered with ivy. The top...
    • Helen Hayes: A woman of the nineties

    • Actresses; Portrait photographs;
    • This photograph accompanies an article by Robert Wahls in the October 1990 issue of Hudson Valley Magazine. Miss Hayes is described as a living legend of the Hudson River Valley.
    • Aerial view of Pearl River 1924

    • Aerial views; Buildings; Factories; Railroads; Advertisements;
    • This is a panoramic map drawn by Rene Cinquin from an aerial photo of Pearl River, N.Y. This map was used by realtors for publicity. All of the structures in town are represented. All streets are shown. There is an article below the picture...
    • James Thomas article

    • African American men
    • Newspaper article about James Thomas' trip to Maryland, where he had escaped from slavery 35 years earlier. James initially ran away to Canada, later settling in Ohioville, NY. He did not tell his neighbors that he was a slave until the...
    • Negro suffrage

    • African Americans--Suffrage
    • Newpaper article alerting readers of an upcoming vote on an amendment that would give African Americans the right to vote. The author is encouraging people to vote against the amendment. On November 19, 1860 the vote was taken. 32 voted for giving...
    • A New Use for Burnt Cork article

    • African Americans; African American agricultural laborers;
    • Newspaper article discussing the details of the marriage between Carrie Plant and James Wesley Sampson. Published in Milwaukee Sentinel, November 15, 1880.
    • William A. Owens with "Look to the River"

    • Authors; Portrait photographs;
    • Author William A. Owens stands next to a bookcase, holding a copy of "Look to the River." On December 7, 1966, he was featured in a Journal-News article with the headline, "Owens' Story Is Unbelievable." He lived in South Nyack.
    • Tappan Zee Military Band, Nyack, NY

    • Bands; Band uniforms;
    • Members of the Tappan Zee Military Band pose on the front porch of a house. A newspaper article from the 1960s asks, "Who remembers the rousing music of the Tappan Zee Military Band shown above? It took part in every parade in Nyack for years,...
    • Martin Shupner's Barber Shop, Nyack, NY

    • Barbers; Stores & shops;
    • Martin Schupner, the barber, is shampooing a customer's hair. Behind the barber is a neat display of hair products. A typewritten note describes the scene: "Martin Schupner's barber shop, Main Street near Broadway, c. 1900. Customer is having an...
    • New Jr.-Sr. High dedicated

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    • This is a series of six captioned photographs accompanied by a typed article describing a school dedication. At the top of the page there is a difficult to read headline that states 'New Jr.-Sr. high building dedicated'. At the bottom of the page,...
    • Bicycle built in Nyack, NY

    • Bicycles & tricycles; Business enterprises; Factories; Transportation;
    • An article in the January 2, 1897 Journal News announced : "The factory is coming: Bicycles to be made in Nyack next year." Indeed, bicycles were built in Nyack for a few years by the Nuttall Manufacturing Company. Nuttall made every part of the...
    • Raso & Grand View Bottling Company, Nyack, NY

    • Bottling industry; Business enterprises;
    • This is one of eight business-related photocopies connected with the Raso Beer Distributing Company of Nyack. On this page, one article concerns a possible street name change; the other is a tip from Pete Raso. More interesting historically is the...
    • Business District in Scarsdale, N.Y., 1913

    • Business districts;
    • This is a black and white photograph of a newspaper article from the Scarsdale Inquirer of Nov. 15th, 1929. The article consists mainly of a picture of the Scarsdale Business District as it was in 1913. It is titled “IN OLD SCARSDALE.” Below the...

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