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    • West side of Middle Neck Road near Clover Drive

    • Idylhurst (Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Country homes -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Windmills -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Great Neck Estates, N.Y.
    • Black and white image, printed on paper, of the home and estate known as Idylhurst, which may have been owned by the Cook family, the Ryan family, the Phillips family, and Raymond Hitchcock, a noted Broadway writer / performer / producer. This...
    • 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...
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    • 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."
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    • Hewlett, George -- Homes and Haunts; Graphic Arts -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Long Island Sound; Kings Point, N.Y.
    • Original, partially hand rendered, black and white graphic art piece of the "Residence of George Hewlett, Great Neck, L.I.," showing the Hewlett estate, and two inset drawings. The Hewletts were some of Great Neck's earliest settlers. Some of them...
    • First Baptist Church, Hempstead (Village) N.Y.

    • Hempstead (Village) N.Y.; Main Street; Jackson Street; Churches; African Americans;
    • Demolition of First Baptist Church, northeast corner of Main and Jackson Streets. Cornerstone reads "erected 1833". Sign in door reads: "We have moved to Washington and Jackson Streets". Workmen standing in front of building.
    • Sacred Heart School Peace Garden, North Merrick

    • Battaglia, Paul James; Brethel, Daniel J., Capt.; Broghammer, Herman C.; Kelly, James J. "Kells"; McGarry-Noack, Katie; Tamuccio, Michael Andrew; Vaccacio, Damien; Vignola, Frank J., Jr.; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11,...
    • Close-up view of plaque in the peace garden at Sacred Heart School on Merrick Avenue in North Merrick. Inscription on plaque reads: "This Peace Garden is Dedicated as a Sign of Hope to the Children of the World. In Memory of our Loved Ones Who...
    • Sacred Heart School Peace Garden, North Merrick

    • Battaglia, Paul James; Brethel, Daniel J., Capt.; Broghammer, Herman C.; Kelly, James J. "Kells"; McGarry-Noack, Katie; Tamuccio, Michael Andrew; Vaccacio, Damien; Vignola, Frank J., Jr.; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11,...
    • View of peace garden at Sacred Heart School on Merrick Avenue in North Merrick. Inscription on plaque in the garden reads: "This Peace Garden is Dedicated as a Sign of Hope to the Children of the World. In Memory of our Loved Ones Who Perished on...
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    • Architecture, Domestic -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Thomaston, N.Y.; Sheffield Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Housing development -- Great Neck (N.Y.);
    • Black and white view of recently built homes and new streets in the Great Neck Villa development in what is now the Village of Thomaston. Image was taken facing south, from Schenck Avenue. This card was likely used as a mass mailer and/or...
    • [Elks Club]

    • Elks Club--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the Freeport Elks Club. The building is covered in bunting and their are three men standing in front of the building which was located on the southeast corner of Merrick Road and Guy Lombardo Avenue. The sign on the...
    • Shinnecock Indian Children

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Children; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: This is an interesting photo of four Shinnecock children taken around the early 1900's. The boy kneeling is Deforest Cuffee and boy behind him is his brother Cortland. They were the sons of Eugene Cuffee and Ida...
    • Anthony Beaman (Chief Running Bull)

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Men; Children; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: Anthony Beaman (Chief Running Bull) in his later years was given the title of Medicine Man of the Shinnecock Pow Wow Council. He was a conservative Indian who was very much against the intermarriage between his...
    • Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Main street; People; Stores & shops; Automobiles; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: Main Street looking North east. Notice the concrete walk crossing the unpaved muddy street. It lead to the East Hampton National Bank, which used what was then known as the Hand Building. Copy by C. Frank Dayton.
    • Shinnecock Church

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: The Great Hurricane of 1938, which swept eastern long Island and took the lives of two Shinnecock women, also wreaked havoc upon the Old Shinnecock Presbyterian Church. Members of the tribe were considerably...
    • Doris Smith, 1940

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Women; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: This photo of Doris Smith in her Easter outfit, was taken on Easter Sunday in 1940 as she and many others of the tribe dressed in their finest, gathered in front of the church prior to the services. Doris is one...
    • 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...
    • Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Main street; Stores & shops; Houses; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: Main Street facing Hook Mill. Picket fence at left enclosed the former Christian Schenck residence, running along Main Street and around the corner of Newtown Lane. House at the right was moved away and the site is now...
    • Charles Somers Bunn,1938

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Men; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: Hunters who came from all parts of New York, to hunt the Black Duck and other marsh fowl on the edges of Shinnecock bay, many years ago, sang the praises of Charles Somers Bunn, who many claim was the finest...
    • Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Main street; Stores & shops; Carts & wagons; Horses; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: Main Street. The building at the right, now occupied by the Osborn Insurance Agency, was the Libert barber shop. The iron railing enclosed a sidewalk stairway leading to a pool parlor in the basement. The adjoining...
    • Shinnecock Women at Tribal Pageant, 1920

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Women; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: The original home of the Shinnecocks was a grass wigwam, round in structure, and bore no resemblance to the reconstructed model shown here. However, the model itself is one of interest because it shows that...
    • Construction Site for Massapequa Library 523 Central Avenue

    • Massapequa Public Library (Central Avenue Building); Public libraries; Construction; Signs (Notices)
    • Black and white photograph of construction site for Massapequa Public Library Central Avenue Building as seen at the start of construction. The photograph was taken on December 27th, 1955, and the photographer's vantage point is looking north...
    • Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Main street; Houses; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: Road conditions after a storm. The house at the right was the former Christian Schenck home, which stood on the Westerly corner of Main Street and Newtown Lane, #1. The man standing under the tree marks the present...
    • Old Shinnecock School, Class Photograph

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Men; Women; Children; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: The State of New York erected a school for the Shinnecock Indians in the year of 1825. its teachers were furnished by the State Education Department. Back in the 1830's the school had only one classroom and one...
    • Kevin Williams Memorial Field

    • Williams, Kevin Michael--New York (State)--Shoreham; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Inscriptions
    • View of baseball scoreboard at the Kevin Williams Memorial Field at Shoreham-Wading River High School. The scoreboard contains an inscription that reads: "Dedicated to Kevin's spirit and the game he loved." (Note: The field, previously named...
    • 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".
    • 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...
    • Old Dominy House, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Main street; Houses; Windmills; Hook Mill; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: The old Dominy house at North Main Street, where the clocks and furniture were made. This picture was taken before the railroad came to East Hampton. The Hook Mill can be seen at the far left. Copy by C. Frank Dayton.

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