250th anniversary celebration: Y.M.C.A. building, Main Street, Middletown
View of Young Men's Christian Association building and adjoining commercial building decorated with American flags and bunting. The Y.M.C.A. is a large Queen Anne style building with round towers, arched and round windows, half-timbering and plate glass windows on the ground floor. Signs read: "Y.M.C.A. Woman's Auxiliary / Restaurant and Lunch Room / Hot Tea Coffee 5. Open from 11 o'clock" "Young Men's Christian Association" "Middletown's 250 Anniversary / Loan Exhibit" "Look! / Lunch / Rooms / Y.M.C.A. / Woman's / Auxiliary / Upstairs." Men and boys stand on the sidewalk looking in the windows. A man stands beside a board that appears to hold commemorative buttons and ribbons for sale. Two bicycles are at the curb. The brick commercial building at the left has signs read: "Central National Bank" "Dr. / Lambertson / Dentist / First Class" "Lyman Payne" "Pianos / & / Organs" "Singer / Sewing Machines" "Standard Patterns." A man with a beard, holding a cane, stands on the steps. The square Gothic church tower of Holy Trinity Episcopal Church is at the far right.