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Sheet No. 62. [Includes New Dorp Lane, Southside Boulevard, Tysen's Lane, Guyon Avenue, Old Mill Road and Beach Avenue in New Dorp.]

Sheet No. 55. [Includes (Egbertville), (Lighthouse Hill), Grant City and New Dorp.]

"Sub-branch Library at New Dorp, Staten Island, Opened November, 1926" [180 Rose Avenue]

"Sub-branch Library at New Dorp, Staten Island, Opened November, 1926" [180 Rose Avenue]

[New Dorp, Seated readers.]

[New Dorp, Exterior, birdbath.]

[New Dorp, Exterior, entrance.]

[New Dorp, Exterior.]

[New Dorp, Exterior.]

New Dorp, Dedication. Holt Meyer, Director, Staten Island Office of Development

New Dorp, Dedication. From left: Joan treble, Richmond Borough Coordinator; Robert T. Connor, Richmond Borough President; Edward V. Curry, Councilman; Eleanor Ayoub, Branch Librarian; Holt Meyer, Director, Office of Staten Island Development; Julia Brody, Coordinator of Administrator Services; Alfred C. Maevis, Commissioner of Department of Public Works

New Dorp, Dedication. Edward S. Holmgren, Director, Branch Libraries

New Dorp, Miss Eleanor Ayoub, Branch Librarian, New Drop Regional Branch, 1971-1987

New Dorp, Dedication. Eleanor Ayoub, Branch Librarian, New Dorp Regional Branch

New Dorp, Dedication. Alfred C. Maevis, Commissioner, Department of Public Works

New Dorp, Dedication. Councilman Edward B. Curry

"Proposed" [New Dorp, Exterior]

[New Dorp, Seated and costumed librarian with costumed children at story hour.]

Tavern on the Green, New Dorp, Staten Island [ext. same building as #506, but different awnings and no cars, etc. in front of building. Map of Staten Island showing location in message area on back]

12488-80th Precinct, Mounted Police Sub-Station, of New Dorp, Staten Island [6 officers in dress uniform posed on horses]

Koch Hall, 16-18 New Dorp Lane, cor. Second Street, New Dorp, Staten Island

Richmond Road Looking West, New Dorp, Staten Island (street with electric poles, building in distance and sign on sidewalk New Dorp, The Bachmann....

New Dorp High School, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

Britton Cottage CA 1678, New Dorp Lane, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

Business Section and Railroad Station, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

[New Dorp, Exterior.]

[New Dorp, Seated reader and grandfather clock.]

"Present" [New Dorp, Exterior]

The Moravian Church, New Dorp, Staten Island

Keystone Inn, 253 Richmond Road, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. [old car in drive, sign for Beer Garden, 'penny' weight scale out front on walk, ad text on back with proprietor's name]

12472 Moravian Church Founded 1763, New Dorp, Staten Island

Nurses(sic) Home, Sea Side Hospital, New Dorp, Staten Island

Dudley Homestead, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

On a Staten Island Farm, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. (cows standing on dirt path)

Staten Island Area Station Hospital, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. [2V- one ground, one aerial]

[New Dorp, Grandfather clock.]

[New Dorp, Exterior.]

James Watson Hughes Memorial Library, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

Vanderbilt Tower, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

[New Dorp, Exterior, window.]

[New Dorp, Exterior, entrance.]

New Dorp Light, New Dorp, Staten Island

Rose Avenue, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. [large houses, tree-lined street]

Vanderbilt Homestead, New Dorp, Richmond Borough, N.Y.

[New Dorp, Exterior.]

[New Dorp, Exterior, gable and arched window.]

[New Dorp, Seated librarian with costumed children at story hour.]

Floating Hospital, St. John's Guild, Sea Side Hospital, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y. [ship on open water]

Our Lady Queen of Peace R.C. Church, New Dorp, Staten Island, N.Y.

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