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147. CHATENAY - Les Pepinieres Croux - Les Glycines

147. CHATENAY - Les Pepinieres Croux - Les Glycines

Pepinieres Croux

Pepinieres Croux

Catalogue générale des pépinières CROUX 1902-1903

Catalogue générale des pépinières CROUX 1902-1903

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Gabriel Croux - Pepinieres Croux  http://www.ville-chevilly-larue.fr/Culture-sport-patrimoine/Patrimoine/Pages-memoires/Gabriel-Croux-pepinieriste-emerite

Gabriel Croux - Pepinieres Croux http://www.ville-chevilly-larue.fr/Culture-sport-patrimoine/Patrimoine/Pages-memoires/Gabriel-Croux-pepinieriste-emerite

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St, Eastchester, The Bronx, Robert L.

Central Park, NYC 1860's

The Ladies of Bow Bridge, circa 1865 Two women pause to be photographed by scenic Bow Bridge (Central Park) in the The lush foliage indicates that it was probably summer.

Millers Pond (duck pond) in Smithtown

Millers Pond (duck pond) in Smithtown

Chatenay-Malabry - Pepineres Croux

Chatenay-Malabry - Pepineres Croux

Pepinieres Croux & Fils

Pepinieres Croux & Fils

EAST BANK CAMPUS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA AND THE BOHEMIAN FLATS

Photo of Bohemian Flats taken from the East Bank of the University of Minnesota, circa Photographer listed as Sweet.

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Immigrants at Ellis Island  My Grandparents came through Ellis Island. From Sicily, Naples and Ireland.

IMMIGRATION: Man awaits turn at an inspector's station on Ellis Island. Included in the process: general health, eyes (for disease), intelligence, destination and criminal record (if known) would be examined.

1912 149th St & Walton  (400×300)

1912 149th St & Walton (400×300)

Grants Tomb. The other building you see in this postcard atop the bluff is the Claremont Inn, a country home that dated back to 1788. It had been acquired by the city after the Civil War and was run as a restaurant until its demolition in 1950. The ferry landings on the Hudson River below the tomb; in its earliest years, reaching the memorial via the river from downtown was the easiest way to go.

Grants Tomb. The other building you see in this postcard atop the bluff is the Claremont Inn, a country home that dated back to 1788. It had been acquired by the city after the Civil War and was run as a restaurant until its demolition in 1950. The ferry landings on the Hudson River below the tomb; in its earliest years, reaching the memorial via the river from downtown was the easiest way to go.

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