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    • House at 160 Delhi Rd in Scarsdale NY

    • Houses;
    • "Good older hse 7 - 1 1/2 Sold recently at 21.0 R72 6/19/54" is written on the back. The front and left side of the house are visible. There is a driveway that leads to a garage under the front porch. There are also several leafless trees around...
    • House on Haddon Rd in Scarsdale NY

    • Houses;
    • "Paladino. Billings" is written on the back. The front and left sides of the house are visible. Shrubs grow in front of the house. There is a sign on the right side of the house. A walkway leads to the front door. There is a garage under the...
    • House on Walbrooke Rd in Scarsdale NY

    • Houses;
    • "Pracella" is written on the back. The front and right sides of the house are visible. There is a "For Sale" sign on the leafless tree in the front yard. A walkway and steps lead up to the front door. There is a garage under the left side of the...
    • Mile marker

    • Photographs; Milestones;
    • 1 mile Marker erected by Rockland Co. Society to commemorate the opening of the Nyack Turnpike. Between Nyack and Suffern. The first direct highway across the county of Rockland and the first important public work undertaken by private...
    • Storm King tunnel

    • People; Tunnels; Men; Laborers;
    • 2-1/2" X 4" print only in box of negatives. Original negative missing Laborers in tunnel heading, Storm King invert tunnel, Catskill aqueduct, about 1100 feet below surface of Hudson River, Cornwall, New York. On back: "Over a fifth of a mile under...
    • 86-88 Water Street, Newburgh NY

    • Clothing Stores
    • A 10th anniversary sale was in progress at the Up-To-Date Cloak and Dress Co. in 1916. The popular women's shop began in the 2-story 88 Water Street and expanded into tha adjacent 3-story Jarvis Building built, as its marquis proclaims, in 1870....
    • Tappan Library

    • Libraries; Hedges (Plants); Shutters;
    • A boy walks on the sidewalk in front of a side-gabled building. He is holding some books under his arm. The building is a two-story house with a one-story addition on the left side of the building. There is a brick chimney on the roof. Dark...
    • 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...
    • Old Salisbury House demolition, South Nyack, NY

    • Demolition; Houses; Historic buildings;
    • A bulldozer attacks the ivy-covered, sandstone and frame 1730 Salisbury Mansion, once the oldest residence in the Nyack area. In the background the high-rise condominiums of Salisbury Point are under construction.
    • Young man seated by a small round table

    • Men; Portrait photographs; Cartes de visite;
    • A clean-shaven young man, wearing the long, dark coat that was fashionable at the time, sits on a carved chair. Under the coat he wears a vest, topped by a white shirt and tiny tie.
    • Forcing the Hudson River passage

    • Postcards; Paintings; Ships; Sailing ships; Rivers; War
    • A copy of the original painting by Dominique Serres. A portrayal of October 8, 1776 engagement on the Hudson River, three British vessels during the American Revolution under fire from Fort Washington and Fort Lee on the river's banks.
    • Nyack Hospital Dedication

    • Hospitals; Building dedications;
    • A crowd, sitting under trees on the Nyack Hospital grounds, attends the dedication of the new wing at the hospital - the M. Montgomery Maze Pavilion. Virginia Parkhurst is sitting in the center row (striped skirt). To her right, but seated in the...
    • Dutch Garden gate

    • Postcards; Gardens; Brickwork; Garden walls; Garden structures
    • A decorative brick gate with a structure to its left. The Dutch Garden was constructed 1934-36 under the supervision of Mary Mobray Clarke, landscape consultant, the park stands as a memorial to the early Dutch settlers and is a reminder of the...

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