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    • [101 E. Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the interior of the bedroom on the first floor of the two story frame rooming house at 101 East Sunrise Highway showing the stove. Charles Leonard was the tenant and agent. It was owned by Herro Enterprises, 28 High...
    • [101 E. Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the two story frame rooming house at 101 East Sunrise Highway. Charles Leonard was the tenant and agent. It was owned by Herro Enterprises, 28 High Street, Freeport or Enaytay Realty Corporation, 15 North Long Beach...
    • [101 E. Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the front and side view of the two story frame rooming house at 101 East Sunrise Highway. Charles Leonard was the tenant and agent. It was owned by Herro Enterprises, 28 High Street, Freeport or Enaytay Realty...
    • [101 E. Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the rear entrance of the two story frame rooming house at 101 East Sunrise Highway. Charles Leonard was the tenant and agent. It was owned by Herro Enterprises, 28 High Street, Freeport or Enaytay Realty Corporation,...
    • [101 E. Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the interior of the living room on the second floor of the two story frame rooming house at 101 East Sunrise Highway. It shows the electric light wiring. Charles Leonard was the tenant and agent. It was owned by...
    • [103 A East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the two story frame house located at 103 A East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Herro Enterprises, 28 High Street, Freeport or Enaytay Realty Corporation, 15 North Long Beach Avenue, Freeport. The tenants were...
    • [103 A East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the two story frame house located at 103 A East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Herro Enterprises, 28 High Street, Freeport or Enaytay Realty Corporation, 15 North Long Beach Avenue, Freeport. The tenants were...
    • A. G. Silliman Bakery Wagon

    • Bakeries; Business enterprises -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Carts & wagons
    • Sepia photograph of the A. G. Silliman bakery wagon hitched to a horse. A person can be seen inside the wagon through its door, however the person's face is obscured. The side of the wagon reads "A. G. Silliman", "Smithtown Bakery".
    • A. G. Silliman Bakery, Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York

    • Bakeries; Business enterprises -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Main Street -- New York (State) -- Smithtown;
    • Sepia photograph of a man (perhaps Mr. A. G. Silliman, owner of the bakery) standing in front of the A. G. Silliman Bakery that was located on Middle Country Road (Route 25 or Main Street) in Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York. Over the years...
    • Aerial view of Oceanside-At-Montauk, n.d.

    • Montauk (NY) -- Aerial Views; Land use -- New York (State) -- Montauk; Real Estate Development -- Montauk (NY); Waterfronts -- Montauk (NY); Beaches -- New York (State) -- Montauk; Resort Development
    • Aerial view of Oceanside-At-Montauk, circa late 1950s, east of Montauk village. Looking north west to east, East Deck Motel, the Trailer Park, Ditch Plain Life Saving Station has been moved behind the Trailer Park. Ditch Plain roads have been laid...
    • Aerial View, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Business enterprises; Fulton Avenue; United Methodist Church; Town Hall; aerial views;
    • Aerial view of Hempstead Village, looking southwest from corner of Fulton Avenue and Main Street. Fulton Avenue. Village building right corner opposite Presbyterial church, 1916-1920. Methodist Church and Town Hall visible in background.
    • American House

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises; Fulton Avenue; boarding house
    • The American House (Mrs. Kelly, proprietor), a boarding house located opposite the old railroad station on Fulton Avenue. Later it was the Hemsptead Cycle Club in the late 1890s. Three people standing on porch of building.
    • Bill Thomas' blacksmith shop.

    • Blacksmiths -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.) - Social life and customs; Melville (N.Y.) -- History
    • Black and white photograph showing Bill Thomas' blacksmith shop which stood until the mid-1950's at the corner of what is now Walt Whitman and Old Country Roads.
    • Bohack Building, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises; Fulton Avenue
    • The Bohack Building located on the southwest corner of Washington Street and Fulton Avenue. Formerly the site of judge Gittens home, later became George's Furniture. H.C. Bohack Groceries located on corner. McEnery's Furniture located in middle...
    • Bookman's Hotel.

    • Restaurants -- New York (State) -- Melville; Hotels -- New York (State) -- Melville; Bookman's Hotel.
    • Black and white photograph showing Bookman's Hotel, circa 1940, and formerly named the Melville Inn. For many years it was owned and operatedby Joe Bookman and his family. In 1954 it was reconfigured to accommodate the wider Route 110, and in...
    • Calderone Theatre

    • Calderone, Frank A., 1901-1987; Calderone, Mary Steichen, 1904-1998; Calderone theaters; Motion picture theaters; Theatres--New York (State)--Long Island; Calderone Theatre (Hempstead, N.Y.)
    • Dr. Frank A. Calderone (center) and his wife, Mary Steichen Calderone, talking with Gary Piccione at the grand opening of the Calderone Theatre. Piccione was director of the Calderone Enterprises, which built the theatre.
    • Calderone Theatre

    • Sandburg, Carl, 1878-1967; Steichen, Edward; Paddock, William; Matsoukas, Nick John; Piccione, Gary; Calderone theaters; Motion picture theaters; Theatres--New York (State)--Long Island; Calderone Theatre (Hempstead, N.Y.)
    • Attendees at the grand opening of the Calderone Theatre. Standing left to right: Edward Steichen, father of Mary Steichen Calderone; poet Carl Sandburg, uncle of Mary Steichen Calderone; Nick John Matsoukas, advertising and publicity director for...
    • Construction, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Fulton Avenue; Business enterprises; W.T. Grant Department Store; Christ First Presbyterian Church
    • Evacuation for W.T. Grant Department Store. Stores along south side of Fulton Avenue visible. Christ First Presbyterian Church is at left
    • Construction, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Main Street; bus terminals; business enterprises; Nassau County District Court
    • Evacuation site for construction of Hempstead Bus terminal. Site located on east side of Main Street between Jackson and Centre Street. Business visible on west side of Main Street including Straus Stores and Chung King Restaurant. Nassau County...
    • Culloden Point Estates sales presentation, 1963

    • Real estate development -- New York (State) -- Montauk; Land use -- New York (State) -- Montauk; Maps -- Montauk Point (1963); Resort Development
    • Culloden Shores subdivision,was called Leisurama and featured two hundred affordable second homes. The all-in-one package house had an open plan which was revolutionary at the time. The advertising campaign was aimed at middle class families. What...
    • Franklin Street and Fulton Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; streets; Fulton Avenue; Business Enterprises; Tercentenary Celebration; Franklin Street; Fulton Street
    • Intersection of Franklin Street and Fulton Street during 1943 Tercentenary celebration. float on corner, shaped like a birthday cake reads: "Hempstead Tercentenary: 300 years of progress". Two men standing next to float. Automobiles parked on...
    • Frederick's Restaurant.

    • Stores, retail -- New York (State) -- Melville; Restaurants -- New York (State) -- Melville; May's Candy Store.
    • Black and white photograph showing May's Candy Store as it looks in 2006, now converted to Frederick's Restaurant, and hardly recognizable.
    • Front Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; streets; Main Street; business enterprises
    • Looking west of Front Street toward Main Street. Main Street to right of picture. Trolley traveling down street. Automobiles and horse drawn carriages parked by curbs. Various stores appear. James and Hawkins hardware and Paint is the only...

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