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    • L.I.R.R. Station, Great Neck, L.I.

    • Long Island Railroad Company -- Buildings -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Railroads -- Great Neck (N.Y.) -- Stations; Great Neck Plaza, N.Y.
    • Colorized view of original Long Island Railroad station at Great Neck. Note early automobiles parked adjacent to the station.

      Great Neck was the end of the line when the railroad began service in 1866. The original station was built on land...
    • Bank of Rockville Centre

    • Bank of Rockville Centre; Village Avenue; Merrick Road
    • The Bank of Rockville Centre built on the Northeast corner of Village and Merrick Road. Edwin G. Wright had offices upstairs. The building was razed in the 1960s and the bank moved to a new building across the street in the middle of the block. ...
    • View of Flower Hill Avenue from the R.R. Station. Port Washington, L.I.

    • Streets; Main Street--Port Washington (N.Y.); Flower Hill Avenue--Port Washington (N.Y.); Railroads; Trains; Railroad Buildings; Long Island Railroad Station--Port Washington (N.Y.); Hotels, motels, etc.--Port Washington (N.Y.); Victoria...
    • The Victoria Hotel stood at the corner of Flower Hill Avenue (now known as Main Street) and Haven Avenue, directly across from the Port Washington Railroad Station. It was razed in 1928 to make way for the Plaza Building. Mullon Hall, later renamed...
    • Thurston's Pharmacy

    • Thurston; Pharmacy; Southern Boulevard; Village Avenue; Bank; Incorporated
    • Edward T. Thurston poses in front of Thurston's Pharmacy that stood on the corner of Southern Boulevard and Village Avenue from 1872 - 1912. The building was razed in 1912. In 1890, Edward T. Thurston was a on the first Board of Directors of the...
    • St. Bernard's Roman Catholic Church

    • Church; Levittown
    • St. Bernard's second church building was built on the foundation of the first church that was destroyed by fire in 1970. It was dedicated in 1971. Ten years later, the church was razed after being condemned. Yet another church was built in 1985.
    • Methodist Episcopal Church Sea Cliff, L.I.

    • Methodist Episcopal churches; Sea Cliff (N.Y.);
    • Colorized photograph of Methodist Episcopal Church. The Methodist Church was on the east side of Central Ave. between Sea Cliff and Summit Avenues. Built in 1878 the church was razed in 1913 and the chapel moved across the street to become part of...
    • Charles Codman's Home

    • Brentwood, NY - Pictorial Works
    • Charles Codman came to Modern Times in 1857. He and his wife built a house, on the Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Brentwood Road soon after they arrived in the community. The house was surrounded by the beautiful, fragrant Pine trees that...
    • Charles Codman's Residence

    • Brentwood, NY - Pictorial Works
    • Charles Codman came to Modern Times in 1857. He and his wife built a house, on the Northeast corner of Second Avenue and Brentwood Road soon after they arrived in the community. The house was surrounded by the beautiful, fragrant Pine trees that...
    • 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...
    • [Elks Club After Demolition]

    • Elks Club--Freeport (N.Y.); Clubhouses; Clubs
    • Color photograph of the Elks Club located on Merrick Road at the intersection of Bergen Place. This picture shows the pile of rubble left after it was razed with a lone magnolia tree standing guard.
    • Station, Great Neck, L.I.

    • Long Island Railroad Company -- Buildings -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Railroads -- Great Neck (N.Y.) -- Stations; Great Neck Plaza, N.Y.
    • Colorized view of original Long Island Railroad station at Great Neck. When railroad service began in 1866, this was the end of the line. Note horses and carriages lined up to left of station.

      The original station was built on land...
    • Wright Pearsall Residence "View B"

    • Pearsall; Merrick Road; Village Avenue; Park Avenue; Lenox Road; Wright; Centre
    • Handwritten on back of photo: This is a photo of the residence of Wright Pearsall (undertaker and furniture) [sic] which was built on North side of Merrick Road between Centre and Village Aves. Then moved to south side of Merrick Road about 150...

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