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New Baltimore: 1941

New Baltimore: 1941

October 1941. "Street scene in New Baltimore on the Hudson, New York." Medium-format nitrate negative by John Collier. View full size.

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'35 Chevy truck

Dennis M,

The truck is a 1935 Chevy.

O.G. Hotaling

Orville G. Hotaling (1875-1954) is buried at Chestnut Lawn Cemetery, New Baltimore, Greene County, N.Y.

'40 Chevy & ?

Well we have a fairly new '40 Chevrolet sedan and the i'm going to guess the truck is a mid-thirties Ford. Not much to go on there unless one is vary familiar with the specific model.

Fro-Joy Ice Cream

I found this 1929 Ad for Froy-Joy Ice cream. Fro-Joy also issued Baseball Cards as premiums. Some, like the Babe Ruth series, are collectibles but they were all in black & white and aren't as popular as the color cards.

P.S. Wheat

The Greene County Examiner-Recorder of Feb. 6, 1941 reported P.S. Wheat and others attended Lodge the previous Tuesday.

Ah, the Frenetic Pace of Life!

Two seasoned layabouts and a young, saddle-shoed apprentice carry on the favorite local custom -- not doing a whole lot of anything. (In reality, I suppose, they're waiting for an inter-urban bus that will take them to their arduous and character-building jobs in the next town). I wonder if that's a Grand Union food market next door?

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