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    • House slated for demolition, Nyack , NY

    • Abandoned buildings; Urban renewal;
    • A simple frame house carries a sign designating it as the headquarters of the 'Redevelopment Project Village of Nyack.' The building had been used as a business location and had a picture window carved into its left side. it was demolished on...
    • Front Street, Patterson, NY

    • Advertising; Buildings; Business people; Business districts; Confectioneries; Dry goods stores; Grocery stores; Hotels; Streets;
    • Image looking north from John E. Carey’s corner store at Front and Center Streets, could be Carey standing inside the store window (see Notes). Several signs are visible under magnification. The second building north of Carey’s store has an...
    • Empire Hose emergency vehicles

    • Ambulances; Fire engines & equipment; Fire engines; Fire stations; Garages; Fences;
    • This image depicts the emergency services vehicles of the Empire Hose Company. The emergency vehicles are depicted pulled just outside the garage bays of the fire station. In the foreground there is a station-wagon style ambulance with a bubble...
    • "Dance 3"

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College; Class reunions
    • This appears to be a semi-formal dance in the gymnasium. A sign above the basletball hoop reads: Welcome Alumni.
    • Door of Kappa Gamma Chi Memorial Hall

    • Annandale-on-Hudson (N.Y.)--Bard College;
    • This image of the door to Kappa House shows a sign that reads, "Kappa Gamma Chi Memorial Hall, Given to Bard College February 16, 1946." The profile of a bald man wearing a suit can be seen raising his hand just inside the door. Kappa House was...
    • Reher Building

    • Architecture; Buildings; Business enterprises;
    • A black and white snapshot of the Reher building from the Northwest corner of Broadway with Spring Street. 101 Reher's Bakery sign in the corner window. A car is parked on the Spring St hill.
    • Dr. Fisher and family at a Maverick Festival

    • Art festivals--New York (State)--Woodstock; Music festivals; Artist colonies--New York (State)--Woodstock;
    • Dr. Fisher, along with his wife and son, pose for a photograph at a Maverick Festival in Woodstock, NY. The sign to the right says that festival photos are ready on Sunday morning at Stowall Studios.
    • Looking down on the crowd at the 1923 Maverick Festival

    • Art festivals--New York (State)--Woodstock; Music festivals; Artist colonies--New York (State)--Woodstock
    • A scene from the 1923 Maverick Festival in Woodstock, NY. There is a horse drawn carriage bearing a sign "Stage Line Austin to Ft. Worth" filled with passengers and accompanied by several men on horseback. Festival theme: A Cubist Circus.
    • Chase Road gas station in Scarsdale, N.Y., 1934

    • Automobile service stations; Automobiles; Slides; Photographs
    • This is a black and white photograph of the gas station on Chase Road in Scarsdale, N.Y. A sign on the building says "KCSBCC inc." A car is parked next to one of the gas pumps. Three men stand in front of the building.
    • J.W. Green's Texaco Service

    • Automobile service stations; Bowling; Recreation;
    • Black and white photograph showing J.W. Green's Texaco Service, which was located in Pearl River, NY. There is a large brick building showing a sign for Pearl River Recreation with the word 'bowling' written on both sides. The Texaco service...
    • Automobile ride in the Catskill Mountains

    • Automobiles; Automobile travel; Chauffeurs; Photographs
    • Two open-top automobiles each carrying several passengers who are dressed for riding. In the background is a rural hillside and a building with a sign, the visible portion reading "Livery." Caption on the back reads: "1907 or 1908 Midlawn (?)...
    • Cuckoo's  Nest

    • Automobiles; Awnings; Dance halls; Restaurants; Dormers;
    • Two early model automobiles are parked nose-in along a two story side-gabled building. The building has two large gabled dormers on the roof. The gable on the left advertises "Dining" and the gable on the right advertises "Dancing". A prominent...
    • 60 South Water Street, Newburgh, NY

    • Automobiles; Blacksmiths
    • This was the auto and wagon shop of Isidor Kohler, Blacksmith. With a garage on the first floor, Mr. Kohler offered two upstairs lofts to let in 1916. Automobile repairing is advertised on the street facade and "sanitary carpet cleaning" was...
    • Entrance Fort Comfort park

    • Automobiles; Buildings; Battlements; Trees; Dirt roads; People;
    • This image consists of two postcards showing different views of the entrances to Fort Comfort Park. The top image looks along a dirt drive which passes an area with large tall vegetation to a dirt driveway into the Fort Comfort resort. As the road...
    • Tomkins Cove business district

    • Automobiles; Schools; General stores; Advertisements; Gasoline pumps; Business districts; Roads;
    • Two cars pass each other driving in opposite directions in this photographic view down a road. There are buildings along the road on both sides. On the left side there is a gas/service station. Lettering on the door of the service station...

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