Category Archives: Orange County

The Lightbulb Project

CLOSING RECEPTION:

Ann Street Gallery
104 Ann Street
Newburgh, NY 12550

Saturday June 29th 6:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Curated by Gerardo Castro

Curated by Gerardo Castro

A Newburgh Illuminated event featured over 52 ARTISTS creating an eclectic & unique collection of public art! Engage with 52 4 foot light bulbs as diverse as the artists who created them!

Light bulbs will be displayed in front of businesses and at Festival events around Newburgh from June 15th through 29th See many of the light bulbs at Washington’s Headquarters June 18th through 26th

That afternoon the 52 Light bulbs will be exhibited on the Liberty Street lot adjacent to the gallery
Select light bulbs will be available for purchase

For more information contact Gerardo Castro 845-561-5552 or gcastroart@gmail.com Thanks to all the sponsors, in partnership with Newburgh Art Supply

Hudson River by Daylight

HUDSON RIVER BY DAYLIGHT

Source: Historic Wallkill and the Hudson River Valleys; 1912

Information here is for archival purposes, and is not current

 

HUDSON RIVER BY DAYLIGHT

The Most Charming Inland Water Trip on the American Continent

 

The “Hedrick Hudson,” “Robert. Fulton” and “Albany”

 PALACE STEAMERS OF THE

HUDSON RIVER DAY LINE

DIRECT connection at Newburgh with Orange County Traction Co. Railway for Orange Lake, Walden, etc.
A trip on one of these famous steamers on the noblest stream in the country offers rare attractions. They are fitted up in the most elegant style, exclusively for passengers.

The Attractive Route for Summer Travel to and from Catskill Mountains, Hotel Champlain, and the North, Niagara Falls and the West, and Thousand Islands and the St. Lawrence River. Their great speed, fine orchestra, spacious saloons, private parlors and luxurious accommodations in every respect render them unexcelled. Send 5 cents in stamps for “Summer Excursion Book.”

No automobiles, horses, carriages or freight of any description are carried by the Steamers of this line.
A charge of fifty cents each is made on baby carriages.
Dogs will not be taken unless in crates; then a charge of half fare will be made. Crates can be obtained on board Steamer.
A coat room is provided on main deck, where passengers can check their small valises, parcels, etc., and have them cared for free of charge.
In the Restaurant on the main deck aft meals are served a la carte from 7:00 A.M. Table d’hote breakfast at seventy-five cents until 9:30 A.M., also table d’hote dinner at one dollar between the hours of 11:00 A.M. and 3:00 P.M.
Coffee, sandwiches, fruits, pastry, etc., can be obtained during the day at the lunch-room, entrance by the stairway from the main deck forward. 


DESBROSSES STREET PIER
NEW YORK CITY
F. B. HIBBARD, General Passenger Agent
E. E. OLCOTT, General Manager

 

 

Burger’s Big 4

Burger’s Big 4 Furniture Stores
 Information here is for archival purposes, and is not current.

Largest in the State, carrying “Everything for Everybody”

Furniture, Carpets, Crockery, Stoves 


Locations:

Glens Falls
Schnectady
Poughkeepsie
Newburgh

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Emeline

Emeline

Source: Gems of the Hudson: Peekskill and Vicinity
Compiled by G. M. Vescelius, Peekskill NY (Book, Date Unknown- circa 1914)
Information here is for archival purposes, and is not current.
Courtesy of The Highland Democrat
One of the most interesting trips out of Peekskill is on the famous “Emeline”, running from Haverstraw to Newburgh, and touching at all intermediate points along the Hudson, including Peekskill. The Captain, D. C. Woolsey, has been in continuous service on the river for sixty-four years, and has been in constant service on this route for forty years. This vessel was used as dispatch boat for the U. S. Government during the Civil War and was known as the Nantasket, operating on the James and Potomac Rivers, many times carrying the hero of the Civil War, Ulysses S.  Grant. The vessel has been practically rebuilt since that time and is, now in excellent condition. Passengers and freight are carried. There is no more beautiful way of viewing the Highlands of the Hudson than on the Emeline.