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Howard's Drug Store owned by Pete M. Howard, 265 Main Street (interior view from stereoscope card).

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(Identified as 319 Main Street on back of photo). Business establishment housing W.J. Noel, "The Tailor", W.C. Hill, "Stock, Bonds & Note Broker", Nesbitt's Oyster Depot, a Barber Shop & Conger "Graining & Kalsomining".

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Wood & Bolton Druggists, formerly Wood & Tittamer, 288 Main Street.

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James G. Wood Drugs Paints Oils &c. 288 Main Street.

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"The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company," snow fort built after the storm.

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Wm. Frost & Son, 291 Main Street.

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Peter B. Hayt & Company. L to R: Charles Forster asst/salesman; Peter B. Hayt owner/merchant/tailor; Charles B. Sutton asst/salesman. Hayt produced among other items uniforms for West Point.

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Residence of R. Wilkinson, unidentified shoveler pictured in foreground..

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Children playing after the storm, looking east.

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Wallace Company 331-335 Main Street. Interior--first floor view of the consolidated store.

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Dobbs' Cash Grocery 354 Main Street - Store of William Chauncey Dobbs & George Wiley Dobbs.

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Shop of George Tice, harness maker.

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Residence of Martha Elting.

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Residence of Philip Hamilton (son of Alexander Hamilton).

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Frederick Hart & Company, 837 Main Street.

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Frederick Hart & Company, 837 Main Street.

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Group portrait of the meat department at the A & P Supermarket, located at 432 Main Street. (l to r): Doug Cox (white hat), Richard W. Oestrike, Sr., Art Symington (dark hat), & Paul Cox (white hat).

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Color photograph of the Roosevelt home's Dresden room, from a set of souvenir photographs.

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Color illustration (from an oil painting). From the reverse: "Red building in center was a general store & served as post office. The house between the covered bridge & post office was a harness maker's shop. The old St. John Hotel is partly shown on…

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Color-tinted photograph of a steamboat on the Hudson River near Hyde Park.

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Color photograph of the Roosevelt home's library, from a set of souvenir photographs.

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Hand-colored photograph of canal boats being towed down the Hudson River.

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Color-tinted photograph of Academy Street in Rhinebeck. Handwriting at the bottom reads: "I am having a fine time. -Helen"

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Color-tinted photograph of Academy Street in Poughkeepsie.

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Color-tinted photograph of Academy Street in Poughkeepsie.

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Portrait of Fred Ackerman.

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Portrait of child actress Lillian Graham Adams, seen here portraying 'Little Eva' in Stock Co. She contracted Scarlet Fever and was placed in the 'Pest House,' at Vassar Hospital, leaqding to a great scandal and outcry over the conditions there.

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The addition to the library - rear view.

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Sepia illustration of an Adriance Binder. Advertisement. Text reads: "Adriance, Platt & Co.'s Machines are unequalled for simplicity, utility, strength & durability. Adriance Rear Discharge Binder, Only Genuine Two Horse Binder." Reverse of 843-1PC6.

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The Adriance Memorial Library, located at 93 Market Street.
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