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    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, underway near Pier 1 in New York City with lower Manhattan in the background, April 1962.
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen (next to the vessel in the lower left foreground), built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in Greenport, NY, in 1914, when it was owned by Captain William Bond...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in ice at an unspecified location with the words Christeen, Locust, N.J. visible on the back (stern); taken sometime...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built in Glenwood Landing in 1883 as an oyster sloop and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in ice at an unspecified location viewed from the right (starboard) side taken sometime between 1958 and 1977, when the...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built in Glenwood Landing in 1883 as an oyster sloop and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in Locust, NJ, in 1959, when the vessel was owned by Edwin F. Banfield of Locus, NJ, viewed from the left (port) side.
    • Barney's Hotel Buckram, Locust Valley, L.I.

    • Taverns (Inns); Fire fighters; Historic sites; Locust Valley (N.Y.);
    • Black & White photograph of Barney's hotel. W.H. Burnett a.k.a. Barney's house on the corner of Oyster Bay road and Bayville road has always been known as "Barney's Corner" and has long been a landmark for travelers. This was the site of a hotel...
    • First Presbyterian Church, Glen Cove

    • Churches - New York(State) - Glen Cove
    • The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Cove was founded in 1869. In 1905 the Church was given the property where it is presently located, 7 North Lane, Glen Cove. The church building and the manse/pastor's house were built next to each other in...
    • Sands Point Bath Club

    • Clubs--Sands Point (N.Y.); Shorelines--Port Washington (N.Y.); Port Washington (N.Y.)--Social life and customs;
    • Sands Point Bath [& Tennis] [and Racquet] Club, which burned down on March 12, 1986, was a landmark elite retreat on Long Island Sound with such members as financier Bernard Baruch, John Philip Sousa and W. Averell Harriman.
    • Grist Mill Lane at Stevenson Drive

    • Udall's Mill (Great Neck, N.Y.); Flour-mills -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Horse-drawn vehicles -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Saddle Rock, N.Y.
    • Black and white photographically reproduced image of Udall's Mill, now known as the Saddle Rock Grist Mill. Image shows a horse drawn wagon with two women in it, one of whom is Grace Merritt Vicario. Long Island Sound can be seen in the background....
    • W.H. Burnett, Locust Valley, L.I. N.Y.

    • Fire fighters; Locust Valley (N.Y.)
    • Black & White photograph of W.H. Burnett a.k.a. Barney, said to be the largest man in the world at approximately 750 pounds. Born May 16, 1862. Died May 1, 1910. His house on the corner of Oyster Bay road and Bayville road has always been known...
    • New Presbyterian Church, Glen Cove, L.I.

    • Presbyterian churches; Glen Cove (N.Y.);
    • Colorized view of "New Presbyterian Church" in Glen Cove. Currently called The First Presbyterian Church of Glen Cove. The Church was founded in 1869 to bring the message of the Christian gospel to this part of Long Island. Originally the Church...
    • Presbyterian Church, Glen Cove, L.I.

    • Presbyterian churches; Glen Cove (N.Y.);
    • Black & White photograph of the Presbyterian Church on North Street in Glen Cove. Originally the Church was located up on Highland Road, in the vicinity of the present Episcopal Church. In 1905 the Church was given the property where it is...
    • Stephen Taber

    • Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boatyards--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Businesses--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); People--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Railroad--Glen Head (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.);
    • The Stephen Taber under sail. A 115-foot coastal schooner that transported coal, seed oysters, brick, lumber, and passengers along the Atlantic coast, the Taber was constructed in Glenwood Landing in 1871 for the Cox brothers, one of whom was a...
    • Christeen

    • Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boatyards--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Businesses--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); People--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.);
    • View of the Christeen, a 40-foot gaff-rigged sloop, seen from the stern sailing in Oyster Bay between 2000 and 2010. Built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 for Captain William Smith and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991,...
    • Port Washington Hotel, ca. 1900

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Port Washington Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.);
    • Port Washington Hotel, ca. 1900, as viewed from the Manhasset Bay shoreline along lower Main Street at the current location of the Port Washington town dock. A famous Port Washington landmark for nearly a century until it was destroyed by fire in...
    • Custom House, Port Washington, L.I.

    • Custom House--Port Washington (N.Y.); Manhasset Bay (N.Y.); Seafaring life--Port Washington (N.Y.); Boats and boating;
    • Originally a rustic hut built to register Long Island Sound cargo into Port, the custom house became a local landmark and gathering place. Correspondence is between Mrs. Hults and Mrs. Leiber, longtime Port residents (see reverse).
    • Caleb Bragg at the Wheel of "Baby Bootlegger"

    • Boats and boating; Powerboat Baby Bootlegger; APBA Gold Cup Race; Yachts and yachting--Port Washington (N.Y.); Boat racing; Water sports; Port Washington (N.Y.)--Social life and customs;
    • World-famous yachtsman Caleb Bragg, left, with Otto Capra, at the wheel of his powerboat "Baby Bootlegger," pictured on the ramp at his airplane hanger. Located next door to the Purdy Boat Co. yard in Port, Bragg's hangar was a local landmark,...
    • Main Street School PTA News, ca. 1983 (2-Sides)

    • Streets; Main Street--Port Washington (N.Y.); Main Street School--Port Washington (N.Y.); Public schools--Port Washington (N.Y.); Buildings, School; Landmarks, Preservation of; Community centers; Historic buildings;
    • Main Street School PTA Newsletter published during the successful community-wide effort to save the landmark school building from a planned 1985 demolition. Highlights of the school's history are recounted, as well as the names of local families...
    • Marion Jackson's  home

    • Jackson, Marion-property-Jericho. Quaker women
    • Marion Jackson's home was built by her grandfather for her parents. She lived here on Broadway all her life. After her death the house was declared a landmark and moved to Locust Valley to Friends Academy
    • Marion Jackson's   home in snow

    • Jackson, Marion-property-Jericho. Quaker women
    • Marion Jackson's home was built by her grandfather for her parents. She lived here on Broadway all her life. After her death the house was declared a landmark and moved to Locust Valley to Friends Academy
    • Aerial View of Port Washington [NY] Shoreline, Looking West

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Photography, aerial; Main Street School--Port Washington (N.Y.); Public schools--Port Washington (N.Y.); Seashore;
    • Aerial view of Port Washington's shoreline and lower Main Street area, ca. 1940. The Main Street School, shown in the center of the photo, has served as a local landmark and learning center since its opening in 1909.
    • Fleming Building, Port Washington, L.I., N.Y.

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Buildings; Fleming Building--Port Washington (N.Y.);
    • Fleming Building, 65 Main Street, on the corner of Herbert and Main Streets. Located directly across from the Long Island Rail Road Station in Port Washington, the Fleming Building was a well known landmark because of its distinctive Tudor-style...
    • Custom House Building, ca. 1905

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Fishing--Port Washington; Seashore; Yachts and yachting; Sailors;
    • The Custom House building, an old waterfront shack located where Main Street runs into Manhasset Bay, stood for many years as a traditional landmark. A meeting place for sailors, yachtsmen, clam and oyster diggers and fishermen, it was situated...
    • Grist Mill Lane at Stevenson Drive

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    • Black and white image of the Saddle Rock Grist Mill, previously known as Udall's Mill and the Allen Mill. Written on image is, "Erected 1716, by Henry Allen 1st. Since the late 1600's, this grist mill has been owned or operated by many people,...
    • Old Fashioned Long Island Hog Killing Invitation, 1916

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Pigs; Festivals--Port Washington (N.Y.); Hotels, motels, etc.--Port Washington (N.Y.); Port Washington Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.); Bradleys Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.); Bars and restaurants--Port...
    • Reproduction of invitation card sent by John F. Bradley, owner of the landmark Bradley's Hotel and Restaurant at 346 Main Street, to attend a hog-killing contest at his restaurant on January 22, 1916. Once located opposite the Town Dock, Bradley's...
    • United States Post Office, Great Neck, Long Island, N. Y.

    • United States Postal Service -- Buildings -- New York -- Great Neck -- 1930-1940; Welwyn Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Shoreward Drive (Great Neck, N.Y.); Great Neck Plaza, N.Y.
    • Black and white view, taken facing northeast, of the United States Post Office, which currently sits at 1 Welwyn Road, at the intersection of Welwyn and Shoreward Drive. This Art Deco style structure, designed by architects William Dewey Foster and...
    • Samson Occum's Home at Mohegan

    • Etchings; Photographs; Photos; Houses; Indians of North America
    • Photograph of an etching. Caption on back of photograph reads: Samson Occum, the Mohegan minister, aided by his tribesman, built this house which stood on a hill side about half a mile north of the present Mohegan Chapel and east of the Norwich and...
    • Greetings From Port Washington Post Card, 1910

    • Postcards--Collectors and collecting; Greeting cards; Tourist trade--Port Washington (N.Y.); Main Street School--Port Washington (N.Y.);
    • Scenic postcard with six landmark images of Port Washington, New York, as they appeared in 1910, including the newly-built Main Street School and L.I.R.R. station. Postmark on reverse.
    • Carol Green's and Irving's Men Shop

    • Freeport Fire Department--Freeport (N.Y.); Stores; Fires
    • Black and white photograph of the Freeport Fire Department at a fire on South Main Street at Carol Green's and Irving's Men Shop. To the left is Brett's Landmark and the right Arnee Camera. The firemen are from Hose 5.

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