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    • gnlP0014

    • 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...
    • Middle Neck Road north of Kensington Gate

    • Rickert, Edward J. -- Homes and Haunts; Martinez, Luis Valverde -- Homes and Haunts; Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Kensington Gate (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Sepia toned image of the home of Edward J. Rickert, later owned by Luis Valverde Martinez. This home stood on land bordered by what is now Embassy Court (north), Middle Neck Road (west), Kensington Gate / Beverly Road (south), and the Village of...
    • Wendy Gardner, 1967

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Children; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: In her veins flows the blood of two tribes, the Shinnecocks of Long Island and the Wampanoags of Mashpee, in Cape Cod. Wendy Gardner is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gardner of the Shinnecock Reservation. She...
    • Great Neck, L.I., The Bridge

    • Udall's Bridge (Great Neck, N.Y.);Saddle Rock Bridge (Great Neck, N.Y.); Bridges -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Saddle Rock, N.Y.
    • Black and white view of construction of cement version of Udall's Bridge, later named the Saddle Rock Bridge. Debris from previous wooden bridge appears prominently in foreground. On December 27, 2001 the Village of Saddle Rock and Nassau County...
    • 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...
    • Hofstra University, aerial view

    • Aerial photographs; Aerial photography--New York (State)--Hempstead; Hofstra University; University buildings; University campuses
    • Aerial photograph of Hofstra University campus, taken from the west. Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum appears in background. Cars are parked on old Mitchel Field runways.
    • [Ed and Mary Martin]

    • Our Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church--Freeport (N.Y.); Churches; Martin, Edward; Martin, Mary
    • Black and white photograph of Edward and Mary Martin at an event at Our Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church. She appears to be wearing a tablecloth and he is wearing a dress, fur stole and a hat.
    • Old Shinnecock School, c1900

    • Photographs; Photos; Historic buildings; People; Indians of North America; Men; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: Flag raising at the Old Shinnecock School during the winter of bygone days. It appears to have been a bleak and wintry day when these Shinnecocks were trying to wright a flagpole that the wintry wind had blown...
    • Middle Neck Road, intersection of Grace Avenue

    • Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Grace Avenue (Great Neck, N.Y.); Parades; Commercial streets -- Great Neck (N.Y.)
    • Black and white view of a parade on a paved Middle Neck Road, near the intersection of Grace Avenue. Automobiles, a marching band, parade watchers, and storefronts can be seen in the image. The event captured in this image has been identified as...
    • [Ed and Mary Martin and Monsignor John Mahon]

    • Our Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church--Freeport (N.Y.); Churches; Martin, Edward; Martin, Mary
    • Black and white photograph of Edward and Mary Martin standing with Monsignor John Mahon at an event at Our Holy Redeemer Roman Catholic Church. She appears to be wearing a tablecloth and he is wearing a dress, fur stole and a hat.
    • 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...
    • 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 over Glenwood Cove from Road across Clapham’s dam]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boatyards--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Businesses--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • Positive image from a 5x8 black and white glass negative made by Willis W. Vail (1868-1951), a civil engineer and surveyor from Quakertown, New Jersey, showing an inlet of Hempstead Harbor that appears to be Motts Cove with sailboats in the cove...
    • 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...
    • gnlP0016

    • Gardens -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Ponds -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Great Neck, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of a pond, gardens and a tower. A postcard in the Great Neck Library collection (gnlpc0130) contains this same image, and identifies the location as the "Nichols' Place." Several people named Nichols had lived in different...
    • LIGHTS will shine brighter than ever

    • Vaudeville; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors; Musicians
    • Theater program advertising a “Monster Vaudeville Show” benefit with over 40 famous stars. All proceeds of show will go to The LIGHTS to maintain the home in Freeport, Long Island and for the welfare of its members. Those scheduled to appears...
    • Princess Pocahontas Pharoah, 1878-1963

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Women; Montauk; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: This is a very interesting photo of Pocahontas Pharoah who was a princess of the royal family of the Montauk tribe. Here she appears as a young lady dressed in the style of the late nineteenth century. She was...
    • LIGHTS will shine brighter than ever

    • Vaudeville; Theater programs; Playbills; Actors; Musicians
    • Theater program advertising a “Monster Vaudeville Show” benefit with over 40 famous stars. All proceeds of show will go to The LIGHTS to maintain the home in Freeport, Long Island and for the welfare of its members. Those scheduled to appears...
    • gnlP0017

    • Buses -- New York (State) -- Great Neck -- 1900-1910; Transportation -- New York (State) -- Great Neck -- 1900-1910; Great Neck, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of a Universal Auto Bus Service vehicle. Image is of a "Mack Car bus taken around 1909 - 1910." Caption reads, "First 2 buses originally were half trolley body on a two cylinder Autocar chassis."
    • 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...
    • Main Street, Freeport, L.I.

    • Main Street--Freeport (N.Y.); Streets; Sunrise Highway--Freeport (N.Y.); Automobiles; Olive Building--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Colorized postcard of Main Street and Sunrise Highway. Olive Building appears on the left hand side of photograph with a running on Main Street. Postmark: "October 10, Freeport, N.Y." Addressee and Address: "Mrs. Joseph McShea, 151 Fifth Ave....
    • Mrs. Nell Cuffee Brown

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Women; Montauk; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: The name of Cuffee is interesting, and as a family name it appears among the Montauk, Shinnecock, Setauket, Nissequogue, and Wampanoag tribes. It is an interesting subject for research and currently I am engaged...
    • [Old Van Brunt Slave Cabin in East Setauket]

    • East Setauket (N.Y.); cabin
    • Black and white photograph of the Old Van Brunt slave cabin in East Setauket. The cabin is made of wood and appears to have a stone hearth built into one end. Notes on the back of the photograph indicate the source as either the Patchogue Advance...
    • Beverly Road

    • Beverly Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Deering Lane (Great Neck, N.Y.); Real Estate Development -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Kensington, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of what is now Beverly Road in the Village of Kensington. Image was taken before much of the major subdivision and land development in the Kensington area took place. This street had previously been known as Deering Lane....
    • Main Street, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; business enterprises; Lee (Tom) Laundry
    • View of Main Street north of Centre Street. Tom Lee Laundry appears in photograph on corner. Also visible are the R.J. Rogers Florist Shop, the Durant Fire Shop, the Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., and a shoemaker.
    • [Woman in coat]

    • People; Women
    • Black and white photograph of a woman standing in snow in front of a house. She appears to be wearing someone else's coat for the photo because the arms of the garment are too long.
    • [Davis House Interior 1994 - Kitchen]

    • Coram (N.Y.); Davis Town Meeting House
    • Color photograph of the inside of the Davis House showing a kitchen area in which a stove is visible towards the left and a sink is visible on the right. The main area of the kitchen appears to be filled with stacked books and boxes.

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