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"A Buckeye Serenade" employees of Buckeye Works.

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Group portrait of Sedgwick Machine Works employees.

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Group portrait of Sedgwick Machine Works employees.

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James Lynch Marble & Granite Works, 183-185 Main Street.

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Price Fireproofing Company factory, 19 Main Street.

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Andrew D. Cramer, Grocer. 241 Main Street.

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Sweet's Restaurant, 241 Main Street.

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263 - 273 Main Street, north side (above Odd Fellowes Hall).

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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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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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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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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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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 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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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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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.

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Black & white photograph, possibly of the Adriance, Platt factories along the edge of the river

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Color-tinted photograph of the Art Embroideries Salon in the Luckey, Platt & Co. department store.

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

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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."

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Color photograph of the Capriccio Restaurant in Brewster.

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