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    • Battle of St. George's Manor

    • Revolutions; Campaigns & battles;
    • Four- page pamphlet, measuring 17.2 cm. x 24.2 cm. The contents of this pamphlet is an article entitled "Battle of St. George's Manor and the Burning of the Hay at Coram by Roland Lohse reprinted by Thomas R. Bayles in 1971 from the Long Island...
    • Freeport: Past and Present, with a Prospect of Its Future

    • Methodist churches; Freeport Methodist Church--Freeport (N.Y.); Maps--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Historical Souvenir of the Summer Festival of the Ladies' Aid Society of the Freeport Methodist Episcopal Church, August 21-22, 1900. This pamphlet includes a history of Freeport, advertisements for local businesses, pictures of houses and public...
    • Plowing Potatoes

    • Agriculture -- New York (State) -- Melville -- 1920-1930; New York (State) -- Melville -- Social Life and Customs.
    • Black and White photograph showing Mr. Titus plowing his field with horse and wooden plow, circa 1930. This farm was located on Walt Whitman Road and the homestead remains in 2006.
    • gnlP0006

    • Allen, John - Homes and Haunts; Allen, Margaretta - Homes and Haunts; Little Neck Bay; Great Neck Estates, N. Y.
    • Image on printed material. Image shows a home overlooking the water. Home in image was owned by Johnny and Margaretta Allen. Caption reads, "Old Homestead - Great Neck Estates." Image is very similar to the one in gnlP0049.
    • gnlP0049

    • Allen, John -- Homes and Haunts; Allen, Margaretta - Homes and Haunts; Little Neck Bay; Great Neck Estates, N.Y.
    • Sepia toned laminated image on printed material. Image shows the home of Johnny and Margaretta Allen, overlooking Little Neck Bay. Caption reads, "Old Homestead - Great Neck Estates." Image is very similar to the one in gnlP0006. Item was produced...
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town 1962

    • Brookhaven (N.Y. : Town); Indigenous peoples; Coram (N.Y.); Middle Island (N.Y.); Stores & shops; Churches; Railroad stations; Yaphank (N.Y.); Mills; Historic buildings; Spying; Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783; Advertising; Lumber industry;
    • 36 page pamphlet, 14 cm x 22 cm including text and images, plus front and back covers.
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town no publication date

    • Brookhaven (N.Y. : Town); Indigenous peoples; Coram (N.Y.); Middle Island (N.Y.); Stores & shops; Churches; Railroad stations; Yaphank (N.Y.); Mills; Historic buildings; Spying; Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783; Advertising; Lumber industry;
    • 40 page pamphlet, 15.5 cm x 24.5 cm including text and images.
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town 1976

    • Brookhaven (N.Y. : Town); Indigenous peoples; Coram (N.Y.); Middle Island (N.Y.); Stores & shops; Churches; Yaphank (N.Y.); Mills; Historic buildings; Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783; Advertising;
    • 12 page pamphlet, 14 cm x 21 cm including text and images, plus front and back covers.
    • Untitled

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Historic houses - New York (State) - Roslyn; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Mills and mill-work - New York (State) - Roslyn; Greenhouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • Photograph of Bryant homestead, Cedarmere, looking east from the shore of Hempstead Harbor. Shows house, greenhouse in center and mill on bottom right.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of entrance drive and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, shows boat house.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond and boathouse.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Bridges - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of wooden bridge, grounds and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of pond and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • Color view of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, shows pond and boat house.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond and boat house.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • Color view of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond and boathouse.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond and boathouse.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Snow - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of pond and outbuildings with snow, at Cedarmere, home of Wiliam C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Snow - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • Color view of pond and outbuildings with snow, at Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic homes - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks -New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of entrance drive and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • [Pavilion Outside the Davis House]

    • Coram (N.Y.); Davis Town Meeting House
    • Color photograph of a large tented pavilion set up outside the front of the Davis House for the event. The roadside sign is visible and reads: Davis Homestead 1750 sponsored by the Coram F.D. (Fire Department)
    • [Davis House Exterior 1992]

    • Coram (N.Y.); Davis Town Meeting House
    • Color photograph of the exterior of the Davis House. A sign is visible that reads 'Davis Homestead 1750 sponsored by the Coram F.D.' Photographed by K.C. Colombo October 8, 1992.
    • [Oldest House in Freeport]

    • Dwellings; Randall Avenue - Freeport (N.Y.); Main Street--Freeport (N.Y.);
    • Black and white photograph of the oldest house in Freeport. Built in 1795, the Bedell Homestead was Freeport's oldest home. Originally located in the undeveloped Bedell Woods (between Ocean and Randall Avenues), this house was moved 50 years...
    • Oldest House in Freeport, L.I.

    • Dwellings; Randall Avenue--Freeport (N.Y.); Main Street--Freeport, (N.Y.)
    • Black and white postcard of the oldest house in Freeport. Built in 1795, the Bedell Homestead was Freeport's oldest home. Originally located in the undeveloped Bedell Woods (between Ocean and Randall Avenues), this house was moved 50 years later...
    • Bryant Homestead, Roslyn, L.I.

    • Estates--Roslyn Harbor (N.Y.);
    • Color postcard showing a view of the pond and garden on the estate, located on Hempstead Harbor, of William Cullen Bryant, a leading figure of the 19th century who had dealings with many businesses and residents of Glen Head and Glenwood Landing,...
    • [218 S. Main St.]

    • Freeport Historical Museum--Freeport (N.Y.); Houses
    • Black and white photograph of east end of the house at 218 South Main Street, It was the old Raynor homestead that was to become the Freeport Historical Society Museum. The Society owned the building and the agent was Hilbert R. Johnson. The...

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