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"A Buckeye Serenade" employees of Buckeye Works.

Group portrait of Sedgwick Machine Works employees.

Group portrait of Sedgwick Machine Works employees.

James Lynch Marble & Granite Works, 183-185 Main Street.
Price Fireproofing Company factory, 19 Main Street.
Andrew D. Cramer, Grocer. 241 Main Street.
Sweet's Restaurant, 241 Main Street.
263 - 273 Main Street, north side (above Odd Fellowes Hall).
Howard's Drug Store, owned by Pete M. Howard, 265 Main Street (interior view from stereoscope card).
Howard's Drug Store owned by Pete M. Howard, 265 Main Street (interior view from stereoscope card).
(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".
Wood & Bolton Druggists, formerly Wood & Tittamer, 288 Main Street.
James G. Wood Drugs Paints Oils &c. 288 Main Street.
Wm. Frost & Son, 291 Main Street.
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.
Wallace Company 331-335 Main Street. Interior--first floor view of the consolidated store.
Dobbs' Cash Grocery 354 Main Street - Store of William Chauncey Dobbs & George Wiley Dobbs.
Shop of George Tice, harness maker.
Frederick Hart & Company, 837 Main Street.
Frederick Hart & Company, 837 Main Street.

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).

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…
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.

Black & white illustration of the Adriance, Platt & Co. factories & warehouses, along the Hudson River.

Local resident Al Palmatier recalls the various businesses and markets he that frequented and worked for during his youth in Poughkeepsie.
Black & white photograph, possibly of the Adriance, Platt factories along the edge of the river
Color-tinted photograph of the Art Embroideries Salon in the Luckey, Platt & Co. department store.

Image of a man driving an early automobile model, built by the Hart Manufacturing Company.

Black & white photograph of the interior of the Busy Bee, located at 269 Main Street. Text reads: "The busiest restaurant in the city. Feeds 1,000 people a day."

Color photograph of the Capriccio Restaurant in Brewster.


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