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    • 1977-78 image of the home on Elm Place in the Village of Kings Point (now on the grounds of the United States Merchant Marine Academy) that was once owned by auto industrialist Walter P. Chrysler, and may have originally been owned by the fashion...
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    • Black and white image of businessman and investor Harry Ford Sinclair (1876 - 1956). Sinclair lived in a home in Kings Point, off of West Shore Road, where Sinclair Drive is now. He owned the Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corporation, and owned or had...
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    • Black and white image of George M. Cohan (1878 - 1942), mounted on masonite, shown reading, presumably aloud, and wearing a tuxedo. Cohan was a prominent composer, songwriter, actor, producer, and playwright who lived on a waterside estate off...
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    • Black and white image of Jesse Lauriston Livermore (1877 - 1940). Livermore moved into his Kings Point mansion, Locust Lawn, in 1921. He was famous for being a stock trader who built and lost several multi-million dollar fortunes in the stock...
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    • Black and white image of P. G. Wodehouse (1881 - 1975). Pelham Grenville and Ethel Wodehouse lived in at least two different homes in Great Neck, one on North Drive in the Village of Kensington, and another, which still stands, on Arrandale Avenue...
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    • Black and white image of Sam H. Harris (1872 - 1941). Sam Henry Harris was a fight promoter and Broadway producer. He co-produced over fifty shows with George M. Cohan, who was once his brother-in-law. Harris and Cohan had married sisters, Harris...
    • East Shore Road

    • Parker, Lottie Blair -- Homes and Haunts; Swope, Herbert Bayard, 1882-1958 -- Homes and Haunts; Hill, Joseph B.-- Homes and Haunts; East Shore Road (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white image of the home of playwright and actress Lottie Blair Parker. This home was situated next to the Spinney / Lardner home (number 325), north of it, on East Shore Road. It was once owned by Joseph B. Hill, and was rented to Herbert...
    • 160 Steamboat Road

    • John Britton Homeward Hotel (Great Neck, N.Y.); Steamboat Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Hotels -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Great Neck, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of the John Britton Homeward Hotel, which also housed a saloon. Sign below hotel sign reads, "Federal Brew'g Co. Lager Beer." The property in this image was later the home of Kings Point Indoor Tennis, west of Potters Lane on...
    • 683 to 723 (odd numbered) Middle Neck Road

    • Middle Neck Shoe Repair Shop (Great Neck, N.Y.); Great Neck Cleaners and Laundry (Great Neck, N.Y.); Hicks Lane (Great Neck, N.Y.); Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white image, taken facing southeast, of buildings on Middle Neck Road, between 683 and 723 Middle Neck Road. Image was taken from the west side of Middle Neck Road, approximately from in front of 734 Middle Neck Road. Image shows...
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    • Mott, Robert W. -- Homes and Haunts; Mann, Samuel Vernon, 1873-1950 -- Homes and Haunts; Grove Point (Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Black and white lithograph book plate depicting a "Scene at Grove Point, Great Neck, L. I., the property of Robert W. Mott
    • 325 East Shore Road

    • Spinney, Joseph S. -- Homes and Haunts; Lardner, Ring, 1885-1933 -- Homes and Haunts; East Shore Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Black and white photo image, taken facing west, of the front of the residence of writer and humorist Ring Lardner (Sr.). Built in the 1870's, either by a member of the Van Wyck family, or by Joseph S. Spinney, this property was the home of Joseph...
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    • Smith, Harriet -- Homes and Haunts; Munro, Norma L. -- Homes and Haunts; Driveways -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Blue tinted image printed on paper of a waterside home said to have been owned by Harriet Smith, and subsequently owned by Norma L. Munro. Item was produced through a printing process, not a photographic process.
    • Corner of Red Brook Road and Kings Point Road

    • Recknagel Family -- Homes and Haunts; Red Brook Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Kings Point Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Blue tinted image, printed on paper, of the Recknagle [Recknagel] home, which is said to have sat at the corner of Red Brook Road and Kings Point Road. Item was produced through a printing process, not a photographic process.
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    • Burgoyne, Stephen Hunt -- Homes and Haunts; Burgoyne, Ina Forrest Davis -- Homes and Haunts; Country homes -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Blue tinted image, printed on paper, taken facing west, of the home of Stephen Hunt Burgoyne and Ina Forrest Davis Burgoyne, on Little Neck Bay, in the Elm Point area of Kings Point, near the steamboat landing and public bathing beach. This...
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    • Family photo of Ring Lardner with his wife, Ellis Abbott Lardner, and their children, Jim, David, Ring Jr. and John, taken in the backyard of their home on East Shore Road in the Village of Kings Point. Ring Lardner (Sr.) was a famous journalist,...
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    • Home on Arleigh Road in the Village of Kensington that was once lived in/owned by actor, performer and comedian Ed Wynn. Ed Wynn lived in/owned several homes in Great Neck, including one in the Grenwolde section of Kings Point. As a boy, Ed’s son...
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    • Home on Steamboat Road in the Village of Great Neck that is believed to have been a guest house of Harry Ford Sinclair, the oil magnate who once lived in Kings Point.
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    • Home on Sunset Road in the Village of Kings Point that was once lived in/owned by Sam Harris, the highly successful Broadway theatrical producer and theater owner.
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    • Home on the corner of Sunset Road and Steppingstone Lane in the Village of Kings Point that Bernice Chrysler (1906-1979), daughter of Walter P. Chrysler, once lived in/owned. For many years, this building has been the Kings Point Police Department...
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    • Home on Turtle Cove Lane in the Village of Kings Point that is said to have been lived in/owned by Martha Raye, the film and TV comic actress and singer.
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    • Home on West Shore Road in the Village of Kings Point that was once lived in/owned by Alfred Pritchard Sloan, Jr., the longtime president, chairman and C.E.O. of General Motors, and philanthropist.
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    • Hewlett, George -- Homes and Haunts; Graphic Arts -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Long Island Sound; Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Original, partially hand rendered, black and white graphic art piece of the "Residence of George Hewlett, Great Neck, L.I.," showing the Hewlett estate, and two inset drawings. The Hewletts were some of Great Neck's earliest settlers. Some of them...
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    • Country homes -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Docks -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Great Neck, N.Y.
    • The Great Neck Library's information on the homes shown in this image conflicts with what has been asserted by other sources. Others contend that the home with awnings on the left of this image was the residence of William Slocum Barstow and...

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