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    • (A) An unidentified family

    • Families; Children; Boys; Girls; Aprons; Boots; Women; Men; Domestic life; Porches; Doors & doorways;
    • (A) A man, a woman and two children grouped on an outdoor stairway appear to be a family. The man has a beard and wears boots. The little girl wears a long sleeved dress; the little boy wears a jacket and vest. The woman wears an apron over her...
    • Joseph Durland 2 gallon crock

    • Pottery; Advertising
    • 2 gallon crock with cobalt, pecking chicken decoration produced for Joseph Durland. Dealer in General Merchandise, whose general store located at the intersection of Academy Ave. and Main Street, known as Durland Square in Uptown Chester.
    • 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...
    • J. Durland & Son 4 gallon crock

    • Pottery; Advertising;
    • 4 gallon crock with cobalt, floral decoration produced for J. Durland & Son, a general store located at the intersection of Academy Ave. and Main Street, known as Durland Square in Uptown Chester.
    • Volunteer fireman, Nyack, NY

    • Cabinet photographs; Fire fighters; Portrait photographs;
    • A bearded Nyack fireman faces the camera, left habd at his side and right hand at his waist. His thigh length coat has a double row of buttons to the waist. HIs white collar and cuffs are visible. THe cap and the coat each have a badge. The uniform...
    • House behind Hudson Avenue, Nyack, NY

    • Houses;
    • A brick cottage has had an addition on the front, a frame two story section dominated by two pairs of three windows. It's located at 55 Hudson Avenue and is behind another building. The note says, "1998 house in area behind Hudson Avenue (driveway...
    • Board of Directors, Tappan Zee Bank

    • Banks; Business people;
    • A group of businessmen are standing in the Tappan Zee Bank Lobby. In the center and slightly in front of the others is Frank Raso, the builder of the bank. The Tappan Zee Bank was located at the corner of Franklin and Main Streets.
    • Dutchess Hall

    • Photographs; Sculpture; Universities & colleges; Buildings
    • A group of sculptures titled "The Family" located near Dutchess Hall on the Dutchess Community College campus. The sculpture was donated by artist Ludvik Durchanek, a Czech sculptor and painter born in 1902.
    • 16 3rd Street, Haverstraw

    • Photographs; Houses; Roofs; Dwellings; Porches; Gables; Automobiles; Spandrels; Balustrades; Towers; Stained glass;
    • A hip-roofed tower with fishscale shingles is located on the left-hand side of this two-story home. A second tower is towards the rear of the house but features an almost flat roof. There is a bracketed front porch with a balustrade and arched...
    • Tappan Zee Inn, South Nyack, NY

    • Schools; Hotels; Carriages & coaches; Balconies;
    • A horse and buggy stands in front of the elegant Tappan Zee Inn, one of the most pretigious summer resorts in the Nyack area. It was located on the east side of Piermont Avenue in South Nyack, with property stretching down to the Hudson River. The...
    • Officials posing by a partly demolished house, Nyack, NY

    • Urban renewal; Municipal officials;
    • A house located at the southeast corner of Franklin and Main Streets is partly down. Alex Caglione, Fred Palmer, Joe Columbo (in chair), Rocco Logiodice, and Gene Setzer are poised around a barber's chair that was found in the house. The workman on...
    • The discover march two-step

    • Centennial celebrations; Sheet music covers; Musical notation;
    • A musical piece written for the tri-centennial of Henry Hudson discovering the Hudson River. Another musical piece is located on the back cover called "Woodland Melodies."
    • Topographic Map - Hedge's Station

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    • A notation on this map states "..In a lot belonging to Miss Mary Hedges, in Cornwall, about 2 miles from Cornwall Village." A road runs parallel to the property. A house located next to the road is labeled "Peter Fisher's House."

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