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    • 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...
    • Horse Hitched to the 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. The horse is standing in front of the wagon and much of it is obscured. In the background there are two men who appear to be talking in front of a building (likely the...
    • 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.
    • Mr. A. G. Silliman with His Horse

    • Bakeries; Business enterprises -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Horses
    • Sepia photograph of Mr. A. G. Silliman, owner of the A. G. Silliman Bakery located in Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York standing on a dirt path with his horse.
    • 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".
    • Fulton Avenue, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Fulton Avenue; Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises
    • Southside of Fulton Avenue between Main Street and Washington Street. Village office building visible at left. Sign on building next door advertises: "Hempstead Theatre - on this site to be erected." W.A. Browne and A.M. Day Real Estate offices...
    • Fulton Avenue, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Business enterprises; Fulton Avenue; Hempstead (Village) N.Y.
    • Northside of Fulton Avenue near intersection of Main Street. James Butler's Meats and Poultry visible on northwest corner. Christ's First Presbyterian Church visible at far right. Automobiles and horse-drawn carts visible. Snow in street.
    • Railroad Accident, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; accidents; Long Island Railroad; Fulton Avenue; business enterprises
    • Hempstead LIRR wreck, 1912. LIRR wreck knocked down ...straight through depot, across the street and into the Schwenke Bldg. For account see Hempstead Sentinel Thursday, January 11, 1912. Winter scene. John R. McLean Real Estate and Insurance...
    • Main Street and Fulton Avenue, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Fulton Avenue; Hempstead Bank; business enterprises
    • Hempstead Bank Building, located on southeast corner of Main Street and Fulton Avenue. Flags hanging from wires over intersection and decorating building. Police booth visible in intersection. Many automobiles parked along Fulton and Main Street....
    • Railroad Accident, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Long Island Railroad; Fulton Avenue; Accidents; Business enterprises;
    • Train wreck, 1912. Uncoupled train did not stop at station, crossed Fulton Avenue and crashed into O.L. Schwenke Land & Investment Company Building. Police officer and spectators standing beside train.
    • Main Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises; Bedell (Chauncey) house
    • East side of Main Street. House at right is possibly Chauncey Bedell house. An auction appears to be taking place in yard at left of house. Sign reading "S. Liebmann's Sons Brewing Company" painted on side of building to left of house. Automobile...
    • 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...
    • Gillen Building, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Franklin Street; business enterprises
    • The Gillen Building located at the northeast corner of Fulton Avenue and Franklin Street. On the corner is Schlesinger's Pharmacy; the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co. can be seen on left side of photo on Franklin Street.
    • Parades, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Front Street; business enterprises; Main Street;
    • Firemen's Tournament parade headed east on Front Street, at corner of Main Street. Spectators line both side of street. Building on Main Street festooned with bunting. Horse-drawn carriages on Main Street. Marching firemen have #1 on front of...
    • Fulton Avenue, Hempstead (Village), N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises; Schwenke (O.L) Land and Investment Company
    • South side of Fulton Avenue, east of Main Street, opposite the old Long Island Railroad station. O.L. Schwenke Land and Investment Company (on right side of photo) is among the businesses visible. Sign on business on left reads "J.E.S. Gasifier....
    • Main Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; theaters; business enterprises
    • Old Fulton Theater on east side of Main Street, just north of Fulton Avenue. Famous for vaudeville plays and silent films. Sign on building reads: "On this site will be erected a modern vaudeville and motion picture theater seating 500."
    • Front Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Blumberg (H) Hardware Store; business enterprises
    • Front Street, south side between Franklin and Main Street. Several businesses can be seen along street including a tailor shop, a drapery shop, H. Blumberg, Lowe Brothers Hardware Store, and a tire store.
    • Railroad Accident, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; accidents; Long Island Railroad; Browne (W.A.) Real Estate; Fulton Avenue; Business Enterprises
    • View of automobile (on Fulton Avenue) which was wrecked during Long Island Railroad accident, January 1912. Crowd of spectators assembled around auto. Uncoupled train which crossed Fulton Avenue during accident visible at left of photo. W.A....
    • Sammis Tavern (Hotel), Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; hotels; Fulton Avenue; business enterprises; Brierley (A.W.) Real Estate and Insurance Company
    • Sammis Tavern Hotel originally located on the northeast corner of Main and Fulton. Sign on building reads "Chas. Dreihof- Sammis Hotel Est. 1640." View of Brierley Real Estate and Insurance Company,on left, with automobile parked in front.
    • Monarch Garage, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises; Franklin Street; Stafford, Floyd B.
    • Workshop of the Monarch Garage located on Franklin Street. Seven men working on part of automobile. The shop was operated by Floyd B. Stafford and John Dorlon and the garage was housed in a building built by Frank Mollineaux. Old license plate...
    • Monarch Garage, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Business enterprises; Franklin Street
    • View of the exterior of the Monarch Garage located on Franklin Street just north of Front Street. Nine men standing in front of garage. An automobile and a wagon parked on street in front of building.
    • Railroad Accident, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; accidents; Long Island Railroad; Fulton Avenue; Business Enterprises; churches; Christ First Presbyterian Church; Schwenke (O.L.) Land and Investment Company; Day (A.M.) Real Estate; Browne (W.A.) Real Estate
    • View of LIRR train wreck, 1912. Uncoupled train did not stop at station, instead crossed Fulton Avenue and crashed into O.L. Schwenke Land and Investment Company building. Christ First Presbyterian Church at left in photo; W.A. Browne Real...
    • Railroad Accident, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; accidents; Long Island Railroad; Fulton Avenue; Business Enterprises; Schwenke (O.L.) Land and Investment Company; McLean (John R.) Real Estate and Insurance
    • View of the 1912 LIRR train wreck. Uncoupled train failed to stop at station, crossed Fulton Avenue, and crashed into O.L. Schwenke Land and Investment Company. John R. McLean Real Estate and Insurance in storefront at left of photo.

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