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    • Hennepin Junior Orpheum Circuit

    • Vaudeville; Motion picture plays; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors
    • The Hennepin billed as the northwest’s largest and finest place of amusement. Program for the week of May 21, 1922 showcased Gladys Buckridge, Billy Casey and the Trado Twins in “Ornamental Song Bits”. Additional acts included Shriner &...
    • When The Leaves Come Tumbling Down

    • Sheet music; Ballads; Sheet music covers; Autumn
    • Sheet music for a ballad in a foxtrot rhythm composed by Richard Howard. Music was written in the key of E flat. On the front cover, a sketch of a girl in a dress and hat with a tree branch in the background. Advertisements for additional sheet...
    • Some Sunny Day

    • Sheet music; Sheet music covers; Alabama
    • Sheet music for a popular song entitled "Some Sunny Day" composed by Irving Berlin, a member of the Freeport LIGHTS club. Music is written in the key of E flat. An advertisement for additional sheet music published by Irving Berlin, Inc. is...
    • For the Sake of Auld Lang Syne

    • Sheet music; Love; Sheet music covers; Ballads
    • Sheet music for a waltz ballad entitled "For the sake of Auld Lang Syne" is composed by Ernest R. Ball with lyrics by George Graff and Annelu Burns. Music is written in the key of E flat. Ernest Ball is also the composer of "Let the rest of the...
    • Senora

    • Sheet music; Sheet music covers; Piano music; Ireland (nation); Love songs
    • Sheet music for J. J. and Lee Shubert musical comedy entitled "Red Pepper" with James McIntyre and Thomas K. Heath. Music was written in the key of E flat. An advertisement for additional sheet music published by Jerome H. Remick & Co. was printed...
    • Down Sunnyside Lane

    • Sheet music; Piano music; Sheet music covers; Popular music--United States--1921-1930;
    • Sheet music for piano and voice for a song entitled "Down Sunnyside Lane" composed by Max Prival. Music is written in the key of G. A sketch of a lane leading to a house with a white fence is on the front cover. Advertisements for sheet music...
    • Three o'clock in the morning

    • Dance; Morning; Waltz; Courtship; Popular music--United States--1921-1930;
    • Sheet music for a popular waltz song entitled "Three O'clock in the Morning" composed by Julian Robledo and lyrics by Dorothy Terriss. Music is written for piano and voice in the key of G and chimes. Advertisements for additional sheet music...
    • Page 38 & 39

    • The Advance, Patchogue, NY: May 19, 1922: Blue Point, May 26, 1922: Blue Point, June 6, 1922: "Lord Not With Me" Says Colored Parson in Wreck, June 30, 1922: Blue Point, July 28, 1922: Blue Point
    • [Freeport Field Club 1922]

    • Football
    • Black and white photograph of the Freeport Field Club in 1922 on the ball field located near the Seaman Avenue School. Top row left to right: H. Polette, Volmer, G. Firth, Slagle, Moyer, Coach, Doherty, Bedell, Smith, Harris, Rhodes. Bottom row...
    • [Volunteer Firemen's Convention Aug. 18, 1922]

    • Fire departments--Freeport (N.Y.); Trucks; Freeport Hotel--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the Freeport Hotel draped with bunting for the Volunteer Firemen's Convention of August 18, 1922. The Hotel was located on Main Street just south of the Long Island Railroad tracks. A Shultz Bread Truck is to the...
    • [New York State Firemen's Convention - 1922]

    • Freeport (N.Y.)--History; Fire fighters; New York State Firemen's Convention--Freeport (N.Y.); Parades and processions
    • Black and white aerial photograph taken August 1922, for the New York State Firemen's Convention (50th anniversary) hosted by the Freeport Fire Department. The confluence of Main and Church Streets is in the center of the photograph. At the top...
    • ["Princess Pat" with Bert Nelson]

    • Actors; Vaudeville; Lions; Princess Pat; Nelson, Bert
    • Black and white photograph of Bart Nelson holding a lioness. Written on the front is: "To Miss Kathlyn Smith - Best Wishes from "Princess Pat" a Good Lion to a good little girl. 1922
    • [Freeport Bank]

    • Freeport Bank--Freeport (N.Y.); Olive Building--Freeport--(N.Y.); Banks
    • Sepia photograph of the Freeport Bank on South Main Street. The bank is decorated in patriotic bunting. The Olive Building is visible in the background. A hardware store is to the south of the Bank. The license plate on the car says 1922.
    • [Milton Foreman Building]

    • Commercial buildings; Freeport Fire Department--Freeport (N.Y.); trolleys; L.I.R.R.--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the Milton Foreman Building on Brooklyn Avenue west of North Main Street. There is a banner over Main Street that reads "Freeport Fire Dept. Invites You, Golden Jubilee, State Firemen's Assn, August 15, 16, 17, 18, 19,...
    • [Henry Southard]

    • Southard, Henry; Motorcycles; Freeport Police Department--Freeport (N.Y.);
    • Black and white photograph of Henry Southard ?, a Freeport policeman, on a Harley Davidson motorcycle c. 1922
    • 1922 Prize Fight on Radio

    • Raynor, Sinclair; Shops and stores; Radio
    • Black and white photograph of a crowd listening to a radio broadcast of a prize fight in front of the Sinclair L. Raynor Coal and Wood Store on North Main Street at the southeast corner of Broadway.
    • Undefeated Freeport Field Club 1922 [Fall]

    • Football--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the members of the Freeport Field Club posed on the field at the south east corner of West Seaman and North Ocean Avenues. They defeated Lafayette Field Club of Brooklyn, 10-0; Carlisle Athletic Club, 13-0; La Meesa...
    • Manetto Hill School Class of 1922

    • School children; Schools; Plainview, NY;
    • Students and teachers in front of School October 1922. Teachers , far right, second row: Laura Moot, 1-3 grades, Carrie B. Fish, 4-8 grades. Top to bottom, Left to right: John Gebhart, Frank Baumeister, Sam Panciroli. Louis Cervelli, John...
    • Page 36 & 37

    • The Advance, Patchogue, NY: September 16, 1921: Blue Point, October 7, 1921: Darrow-Wiltsey Marriage, November 4, 1921: Blue Point, November 11, 1921: Blue Point, John H. Schaefer, February 10, 1922: Blue Point, March 31, 1922: Mrs....
    • Untitled

    • Mackay family; Gardens - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • Photograph of (left-right) Clarence H. Mackay, daughter Katherine, mother Louise and Kenneth O'Brien(?). Shown in garden of C. H. Mackay Estate 1922, at wedding of Katherine and Kenneth O'Brien.
    • Page 56 & 57

    • The Advance, Patchogue, NY: December 1, 1922: Blue Point, December 22, 1922: Blue Point, September 15, 1922: William Payne, Blue Point Boy, Wins State Contest; September 21, 1923: Exciting Fire Stirs Blue Point; Blue Point Notes
    • Schools; public; 1920s; Eighth Grade 1922

    • Class; Eighth Grade
    • Eighth Grade class, 1922, in costume. Seated (l-r): Anne Eckert, Lilias Ward-Smith, Virginia Rook, Margaret Daingerfield, Mary Burkholder, Patricia Coffman, Gladys Desnoyers. Standing: John Wolff, William Meissner, John Tunmore, ?, Joseph Sherman...
    • Great Fire of 1922 on Main Street, Port Washington

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Fires--Port Washington (N.Y.); Stores and shops; Electric power plants;
    • Aftermath of January 23, 1922 fire, later known as the Muzante fire, which swept through businesses on the north side of Main Street, across from the railroad station. The Nassau Light and Power substation, Muzante building and Barney McCourt's...
    • [Hub Building]

    • Buildings; Stores
    • Black and white photograph of the Hub Building, aka the Realty Building, located on the north west corner of Church Street and Railroad Avenue. Some of the stores are Goodman's Lunch Room and a smoke shop.
    • Camp Welsh, Montauk, 1922

    • Military training camps; Montauk Point (N.Y.) -- History, military; National Guard
    • The United State Army established a National Guard training camp at Montauk on the grounds of the former World War One Naval Base
    • Page 40 & 41

    • Blue Point Beach, Inc., 1922; Mrs. Robert Robinson loses diamond bar pin, 1922; Image: content unknown; The Advance, Patchogue, NY: March 31, 1922: Blue Point, May 19, 1922: Blue Point
    • Camp Upton WWI - 1974

    • Camp Upton (N.Y.); World War I, 1914-1918; Historic buildings; Military camps; Young Men's Christian associations; Laundries (Rooms & spaces); Entertainers; Bakeries;
    • This is an 8 page pamphlet including a cover describing Camp Upton during World War I. This includes photographs as well as text.
    • Page 52 & 53

    • The Advance, Patchogue, NY: July 28, 1922: Blue Point, August 18, 1922: Blue Point; A Lecture on the Principles of the Ku Klux Klan, March 9, 1923; The Advance, Patchogue, NY: May 4, 1923: Blue Point; May 4, 1923: Fire Truck Drivers All...
    • [Freeport High School Class of 1922]

    • Freeport High School--Freeport (N.Y.); Students; American Theatre--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the 1922 Freeport High School graduating class. It was taken on the stage of the American Theatre. Back row from left to right: Martin Raphael, Marvin Stewart, Clifford Hunt, Clifton Smith, Ida Baker, Elaine Dunbar,...
    • Schools; public; 1920s; Nature Hike

    • Nature Hike
    • Nature Hike, April 1922. View behind the Garden City Hotel. (l-r) top row: Elaine Wiltbank, Louise Anthony, ?, Evelyn Kirkham, Charles Stihlin, Alexandria Earle, Gregory Geoghegan, ?, ?. Ned Danne; middle row: ? Woolsey, Kathryn O'Reilly, Mary...
    • Nielsen Store, Main Street and Herbert Avenue, January, 1922

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Stores and shops; Nielsen Store--Port Washington (N.Y.); Nielsen Fire;
    • Taken just after the most disastrous fire in Port Washington history, this photo shows the firemen facing Musante's Hardware store across the street, where the fire started. While it leveled all the buildings on that side of Main Street, the fire...
    • Untitled

    • Parades - New York (State) - Roslyn; Horse-drawn vehicles - New York (State) - Roslyn; Clowns; Horses - New York (State) - Roslyn; Railroad stations - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • Photograph of parade wagon and clowns at Roslyn railroad station.


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