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New-York Historical Society
Deeds, indentures, quit claims, and various land, legal, and administrative documents, 1762-1868, chiefly concerning members of the Knapp, Odell, and Onderdonk families of Hempstead, Ramapo, and other towns in Rockland County, New York -- Individual items also include an 1817 copy of the will of John Knapp of Hempstead, a deed and related documents from David A. Ackerman to Stephen Yeury of Ramapo, along with a copy of Stephen Yeury's will of 1868; and two certified statments issued by the Board of County Canvassers of Votes concerning the general elections of 1831 and 1837 in Rockland County
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Annual reports (1932-1949), minutes (1930-1950), correspondence (1931-1949), scattered financial reports, fliers, clippings, memoranda, and other materials, relating to the activities of the association including sponsorship of public dinner meetings with prominent peace speakers, sending peace literature to schools, churches, and synagogues, holding essay contests, sending resolutions to government leaders, sending delegates to peace conferences, and sponsoring the Youth Peace Group, and its relationship with National Peace Conference and its relief work through American Friends Service Committee during World War II. Persons represented include former presidents McCarrell H. Leiper and Walter B. MacKellar and executive secretary Kathleen Whitaker Sayre. Correspondents include Ralph A. Gamble and Caroline O'Day
New York State Historical Documents
Clippings, programs, notices, brochures, pamphlets, autograph letters, other correspondence, bills and receipts, deeds, reports, articles, maps, and other items pertaining to Rockland County and its towns and villages. Subjects include artists, authors, bicentennial, black history, brick industry, business, cemeteries, churches, disasters, elections, fire departments, Hudson River, Indians, Jewish community, music, the Palisades, railroads, Ramapo Mountain People, Revolutionary War history, roads, schools, ships, slaves, sports, women, World War I, and World War II
New York State Historical Documents
Minutes, correspondence, clippings, and programs pertaining to local celebrations and events, placing of time capsules, and other activities
New York State Historical Documents
Clippings, maps, booklets, reports, programs, pamphlets, surveys, articles, and other miscellaneous items pertaining to Rockland County and its towns and villages. Subjects include aged, architecture, artists, authors, anti-Semitism, banking, biography, bridges, business, celebrations, children, churches, crime, disasters, elections, fire companies, history, industries, natural resources, minorities, politics and government, power plants, prisons, railroads, schools, transportation, water, and weather
New York State Historical Documents
Clippings, brochures, pamphlets, newsletters, articles, reports, and other printed materials pertaining to Rockland County and towns and village within the county. Subjects include abortion, aged, animals, art and artists, authors, biography, blacks, budget, business, children, churches, civil rights, colleges and universities, courts, crime, disasters, ecology, economic conditions, elections, fires and fire departments, history, hospitals, housing, industry, libraries, narcotics, organizations, politics and government, public utilities, recreation, schools, taxes, theaters, transportation, water pollution, women, and youth
New York State Historical Documents
Minutes are detailed accounts of Association meetings concerning routes, design and problems of local roads; legal issues and property matters; and appointments, bylaws, and other administrative concerns. Minutes also include copies of correspondence, a petition, and a memorial tribute to George A. Blauvelt
New York State Historical Documents
Photoprints, glass plate negatives, slides, postcards, and prints pertaining to Rockland County. Subjects include homes, buildings, parades, the Hudson River, railroads, factories and mills, fires, churches, inns, roads, businesses, school groups, nature, fire departments, and individual people. Also, includes an album by T.K. Peters concerning early movie studios, sets, and personnel in Fort Lee, N.J., New York City, and Rockland County, 1908-1916
New York State Historical Documents
Programs, souvenir booklets, and other pamphlets from parades, anniversaries, and other events of various fire departments in Rockland County communities; many booklets include photographs of fires

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