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    • Port Washington Trolley

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Street railroads; Electric railroads; Street cars; Trolley cars; New York and North Shore Traction Company--New York (N.Y.); Mineola, Roslyn & Port Washington Line;
    • The Main Street Port Washington Trolley ran from 1908 through 1920. In this photo, Conductor & Motorman Fox and Olsen stand in front of the Mineola, Roslyn & Port Washington Trolley at the end of the in Mineola. Mineola Village Hall is visible in...
    • Langone Memorial Plaque, Roslyn Rescue Fire Company Firehouse

    • Langone, Peter--New York (State)--Roslyn Heights; Langone, Thomas--New York (State)--Williston Park; Fire departments--New York (State)--Roslyn; Fire departments--New York (State)--New York; Police--New York (State)--New York; September 11,...
    • View of memorial plaque dedicated to brothers Thomas and Peter Langone, both of whom sacrificed their lives on 9/11. In addition to both serving with Roslyn Rescue Fire Company, Peter was a member of the F.D.N.Y. (Squad 252), while Thomas served in...
    • Camp Mills

    • Camp Mills (N.Y.); Long Island Railroad Company--History; Military camps--New York--Camp Mills--History--20th century; United States. Army--Military life--History--20th century; United States--History--World War I, 1914-1918
    • View of the Hempstead Long Island Rail Road Station.
    • Stepping Stones Light (Hassan Cigarettes Collectible Card)

    • Stepping Stones Light -- New York; Lighthouses -- New York; Long Island Sound; Hassan Cigarette Company
    • A close up view of the Stepping Stones Light, and surrounding waters. The Stepping Stones Light was built and first lit in 1877, and automated in 1967. The card front is a color graphic, possibly a color lithograph, originally drawn or painted. A...
    • Telephone Office South Grove 1920

    • Telephone companies; Miller, William G.--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Sepia photograph of the New York Telephone Company building in 1920. It was located on the west side of South Grove Street south of the Freeport Club (aka Spartan Lodge). Five men and one woman are standing in the doorway. The sign in the window...
    • [Firemen's Tournament]

    • Fire departments--Freeport (N.Y.); Parades and processions
    • Sepia photograph of a firemen's parade through the village with stores, a hotel, real estate office and grocery stores lining both sides. The Alert Engine Company horse drawn vehicle leads the parade.
    • Golf Club House, Freeport, L .I.

    • Golf courses; Clubs
    • Color postcard of the club house at the golf course located on Merrick road, east of Brookside Avenue. It was a nine hole course and was built by Randall and Miller Co. Present day (2007) streets in the location are Stokes, Juanita, Moody,...
    • Sunrise Highway, Freeport, L.I.

    • Sunrise Highway - Freeport (N.Y.); First National Bank and Trust Company - Freeport (N.Y.); Olive Building - Freeport (N.Y.); Streets; Methodist church buildings; Main Street--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Color postcard of Sunrise Highway, looking east. Main Street is located on the right. First National Bank and Trust Company appears on the left. The Olive Building can be seen in the distance and the Methodist church steeple is visable behind...
    • [Looking West on Railroad Avenue]

    • First National Bank and Trust Company -- Freeport (N.Y.); Long Island Rail Road--Freeport (N.Y.); Water towers; Plaza Theatre--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of Railroad Avenue looking west toward Grove Street. The First National Bank and Trust Company is to the left and the Long Island Rail Road depot to the right. The roof of the Plaza Theatre and the water tower can be...
    • First National Bank and Trust Company, Freeport, L.I.

    • First National Bank and Trust Company--Freeport (N.Y.); Bank buildings; Sunrise Highway--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Colorized postcard of the First National Bank and Trust Company, Freeport, L.I. located on Sunrise Highway. Postmark: "Freeport, N.Y., August 22, 1962, 12 p.m." Addressee and Address: "Mr. and Mrs. D. Schoen, c/o Stewart, Mountainview Hse,...
    • Lovers' Lane (Stop 82, N.Y. & L.I. Traction Co. )

    • Streets; Trolleys; North Main Street--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white postcard of North Main Street with tracks. At right angles is Lovers' Lane (West Seaman Avenue) that is Stop 82 on the New York and Long Island Traction Company ) Postmark: Freeport, Sep 1, 1906, 12 M. Addressee and Address: ...
    • [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,...
    • [L.I.R.R. Tracks Facing East Near North Grove Street]

    • Railroad tracks; Banks; First National Bank and Trust Company--Freeport (N.Y.); Businesses; Theaters
    • Color slide of the L.I.R.R. tracks east of North Ocean Avenue. The Hub Building as well as the First National Bank and Trust Company are in the background. On the rear wall of the Plaza Theatre is a sign for Guy Lombardo's restaurant.
    • Harry L. Puck

    • Actors; Vaudeville; Puck, Harry; World War, 1914-1918--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of Harry L. Puck in a World War I soldier's uniform. It is dated Aug. 25, 1919 and says "To: The Ellsworth Family From: Harry L. Puck 'I've done my bit." On the back it says "One of my own. A cat has nine lives, I'm...
    • Reliance Hose Co. No. 3

    • Bedell, Theodore; Businesses; Fire engines and equipment
    • Black and white photograph of a piece of fire engine equipment built for the Reliance Hose Company No. 3 of Rockville Centre. It was built by Theodore Bedell and C. F. Vail of Freeport. It is in front of the Practical Horse Shoer building.
    • Oceanside Hose Co. No. 1

    • Bedell, Theodore; Businesses; Fire engines and equipment
    • Black and white photograph of a piece of fire engine equipment built for the Oceanside Hose Company No. 1. It was built by Theodore Bedell and F.H. Seaman of Freeport. It is in front of the Theodore Bedell, Practical Horse Shoer building at 109...
    • [Grove St. School Fire]

    • Freeport Fire Department--Freeport (N.Y.); Grove Street School--Freeport (N.Y.); Fires
    • Black and white photograph of Vigilant Hose Company 2 at a fire at the Grove Street School on October 7, 1966.
    • 555 Middle Neck Road

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    • Black and white panoramic image, taken facing east, of the original wooden Alert Fire Company house that sat where their current main fire house sits, at 555 Middle Neck Road. Image also shows lots and buildings adjoining the fire house, and lots...
    • Souvenir, Freeport. N. Y.

    • Woodcleft Inn--Freeport (N.Y.); Hotels
    • Black and white postcard of the Woodcleft Inlet and the Woodcleft Inn. Postmark: Freeport, N.Y. June 2, 1903, 12 M.Baldwin, N. Y., Jun 3, 12 M, 1903, Rec’d. Addressee and Address: Miss Margaret B. Wheeler, Baldwins, L.I. Message: Freeport,...
    • [Buildings on Brooklyn Avenue]

    • Brooklyn Hall--Freeport (N.Y.); Freeport Waist Company--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of buildings on the north side of Brooklyn Avenue between North Grove and North Main Streets. Some of the stores include Skating and Dancing and Freeport Waist Co. The taller building in the center houses Brooklyn Hall.
    • Price Paper and Twine Company

    • North Main Street--Freeport (N.Y.); Stores, Retail; Businesses
    • Black and white photograph of the Price Paper and Twine Company located on the southeast corner of East Dean and North Main Street. Next door is Cut Rate Food. The photograph was taken on May 3, 1961, before North Main Street was made a four-lane...
    • Vigilant Hose #2 on Parade

    • Fire stations; Fire fighters; Fire engines and equipment;
    • Volume 1, Page 25 [1955 description]: "This company of volunteers was organized in 1894, one year after the completion of the village waterworks system. The company was proud of its hose reel which was pulled by ropes to the scene of a fire."
    • [North Ocean Avenue Railroad Crossing]

    • Railroad tracks; Banks; First National Bank and Trust Company--Freeport (N.Y.); Businesses; Theaters
    • Color slide of the L.I.R.R. crossing at North Ocean Avenue and Sunrise Highway. In the background are the Plaza Theatre, Methodist Church tower, and First National Bank and Trust Company.
    • Chicago Bridge & Iron Company

    • Water tanks
    • Letter from H. F. Stearus at the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company addressed to Herbert M. Wood, Baldwin and Cornelius of 117 West Sunrise Highway, Freeport. It references the Million gallon elevated tank and says:"Herewith a reprint from "Civil...
    • [108 Bedell Street]

    • Houses; Frederick, Cadman H.; Langer, Edward
    • Color photograph of the large three story house located, at one time, on the entire block bounded by Bedell Street, Archer Street, Halsey Street, and Pierrepont Street. It was owned in 1915 by Cadman H. Frederick and by Edward Langer in 1925. ...
    • [Mott Brother's Monument Re-Dedication, 1927]

    • Monuments and memorials; Dedications; Mott Brothers
    • Volume 3, Page 116a [1955 description]: "Monument to Joseph [and Dandridge] Mott, Civil War veteran[s], relocated in 1927 [at] Brooklyn Avenue Park, near Grove Street, and unveiled with ceremonies conducted by Grand Army veterans and military from...
    • 555 Middle Neck Road

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    • Black and white image of a postcard front, gnlpc0095. Image shows the Fire Hall at 555 Middle Neck Road, belonging to the Alert Engine, Hook, Ladder and Hose Co., No. 1. The building in this image likely dates from the early 1900's, probably after...
    • Bogart Residence

    • Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Bogart, Joseph; Onderdonk, Hendrick; Washington, George
    • Shows home of Dr. Joseph Bogart. Formerly owned by Hendrick Onderdonk. Visited by President George Washington in 1790.
    • Mr. Success

    • William Levitt
    • William Levitt in their Lake Success Company Headquarters. Throughout the history of Levittown, Levitt raised both positive and negative emotions. Time magazine categorized him as “a cocky, rambunctious hustler.” He was also referred to as “The...
    • First National Bank & Trust Company

    • First National Bank and Trust Company; Railroad stations
    • Black and white photograph of the First National Bank and Trust Company located on Sunrise Highway and Railroad Avenue. The railroad station is in the background as well as the stores on Brooklyn Avenue.

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