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    • 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...
    • New South Shore Yacht Club

    • Yacht Clubs; Boats; South Shore Yacht Club--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Limited edition publication commemorating the opening of the new South Shore Yacht Club, circa 1925. Publication includes the history and photographs of the Yacht Club. 500 copies of this edition were printed. This copy is numbered 169.
    • Front Street 1950

    • Front Street; improvement
    • A photo of Front Street taken to show where future Village improvements will take place. Plans were to widen the street through to where the white building in the background stood.
    • Bayville Union Free School, Oyster Bay, L.I.

    • Schools; Bayville (N.Y.);
    • Black & white photograph of Bayville Union Free School. The school was located on School Street across from the Village Hall, Library and Bayville Museum. In 1931, Harrison Williams initiated a land swap where he purchased the two acres on which...
    • Old Grist Mill, Mill Neck, Oyster Bay, L.I.

    • Mills; Mill Neck (N.Y.); Oyster Bay (N.Y.);
    • Black & White photograph of Old Grist Mill. This Mill was built in 1694 and stood until about 1910 at the east side of the Beaver Dam causeway. The photo from which the postcard was made was taken on August 23, 1906.
    • Public School, Great Neck, L.I.

    • Schools -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Great Neck, N.Y.
    • Black and white card, no. 9, showing the school building for grades one through twelve. It stood at the corner of Arrandale Avenue and Middle Neck Road from 1900 until it burned in 1920.
    • Open Air Artificial Ice Rink, Great Neck Ice Skating Rink, Inc.

    • Great Neck Ice Skating Rink (Great Neck, N.Y.); Skating Rinks -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Skaters -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Cutter Mill Road (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white compound image of the Great Neck Ice Skating Rink, Inc, which stood at 100 Cutter Mill Road in the early 1940's. Card front shows one image of people skating, and another of the "pavilion and lunch counter." This facility apparently...
    • Claralea. Grenwolde Park, Great Neck, L.I.

    • Claralea (Mansion) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); March, Sidney H. -- Homes and Haunts; Schenck, Nicholas M. -- Homes and Haunts; Grenwolde Park (Great Neck, N.Y)
    • Black and white exterior view of Claralea, a mansion that belonged to Sidney H. March, Max Horwitz, Ed Wynn and Nicholas M. Schenck. This building still stand, on the campus of the United States Merchant Marine Academy. The property on which this...
    • Patricia Murphy's Candlelight Restaurant

    • Patricia Murphy's Candlelight Restaurant (Manhasset, N.Y.); Restaurants -- Manhasset (N.Y.); Northern Boulevard (Manhasset, N.Y.); Port Washington Boulevard (Manhasset, N.Y.)
    • Black and white exterior view of the Patricia Murphy Candlelight Restaurant that once stood at the northwest corner of Northern Boulevard and Port Washington Boulevard. The Patricia Murphy Candlelight Restaurants were a chain, with other locations...
    • Dutchland Farms

    • Dutchland Farms (Great Neck, N.Y.); Restaurants -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Ice cream parlors -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white exterior view, taken facing east, of the Dutchland Farms restaurant and ice cream shop, which once stood at 123 Middle Neck Road. This address was a shopping court that had numerous small businesses in it. Image shows a...
    • [Church of the Transfiguration]

    • Churches; Episcopal churches; Church of the Transfiguration--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white glass negative of the Church of the Transfiguration. This shingle style Episcopal Church was built in 1894 and stood on the southeast corner of Long Beach Avenue and Pine Street. It was later replaced.
    • Cutter Mill Road

    • Great Neck Vigilant Fire Company (Great Neck, N.Y.); Fire Stations -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Fire Fighters -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Fire Extinction Equipment and Supplies
    • Black and white image of firemen and a horse drawn water pump vehicle in front of the Vigilant Engine and Hook and Ladder Company firehouse that stood on Cutter Mill Road. A neighboring house can also be seen in this image.
    • Grammar School, Great Neck, L. I.

    • Schools -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Great Neck, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of the school building, attended by grades one through twelve, which stood at the corner of Arrandale Avenue and Middle Neck Road from 1900 until it burned in 1920.
    • Great Neck High School

    • Schools -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Great Neck, N.Y.
    • Black and white image of the school building, attended by grades one through twelve, which stood at the corner of Arrandale Avenue and Middle Neck Road from 1900 until it burned in 1920.
    • 675 Middle Neck Road

    • Long Island Trust Company (Great Neck, N.Y.); Bank of Great Neck (Great Neck, N.Y.); Banks and Banking -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white image, taken facing east, of the Long Island Trust Company building at 675 Middle Neck Road, flanked by two parking lots. The building shown in this image had previously been the second Bank of Great Neck building, the first one...
    • Middle Neck Road, at the intersection of Old Mill Road / Piccadilly Road

    • Service Stations -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Old Mill Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Piccadilly Road (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white image, taken facing northeast, of the intersection of Middle Neck Road and Old Mill Road / Piccadilly Road. Image shows the "Wedding Cake Building" that once housed the Mitchell Dance Studio and the Texaco Towers Service Station....
    • Great Neck Auto Sales

    • Great Neck Auto Sales (Roslyn, N.Y.); Automobile dealers -- Roslyn (N.Y.); Northern Boulevard (Roslyn, N.Y.); Roslyn, N.Y.
    • Black and white nighttime view, taken facing northwest, of Great Neck Auto Sales, an "Authorized Jaguar Agency." Despite the company name, the address of this business, 1036 Northern Boulevard, is in either Manhasset or Roslyn. As of June 2008,...
    • [The Red House]

    • Red House--Massapequa (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of Red House, Massapequa N.Y., Merrick Road, just east of Seaford Avenue. The Historical Society of the Massapequas provides the following description: "The Red House: Stood on Merrick Road just east of Seaford Avenue...
    • [Sewan, home of George Stanton Floyd-Jones]

    • Sewan--Massapequa (N.Y.); Mansions--Massapequa (N.Y.); Floyd-Jones, George Stanton--Homes and haunts
    • Black and white photograph of Sewan Mansion, home of George Stanton Floyd-Jones, located on the north side of Merrick Road approximately one half mile east of Park Blvd. The Historical Society of the Massapequas provides the following description:...
    • [Sewan, home of George Stanton Floyd-Jones]

    • Sewan; Mansions--Massapequa (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of Sewan, the home of George Stanton Floyd-Jones, which stood formerly where Massapequa High School now stands. The Historical Society of the Massapequas has provided the following description: "Built in the late 1800s...
    • [David Miller's House]

    • Houses; Miller, David
    • Black and white photograph of the house of David Miller built in 1887 and stood on the corner of North Ocean Avenue and Brooklyn Avenue at 16 North Ocean Avenue. The people standing in front of the house are Roy Miller, Grace Miller (later Mrs....
    • [The Panchard Hotel]

    • Panchard Hotel--Massapequa (N.Y.); Hotels--Massapequa (N.Y.); Restaurants--Massapequa (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the Panchard Hotel, located on Hicksville Road and Merrick Road. The sign to the left in the photograph says the following "Dancing - Restaurant - Open All Year - No Cover Charge - Panchard - Bob Fallon - W.E.A.F....
    • [Tryon Hall/Fort Neck House]

    • Tryon Hall--Massapequa Park (N.Y.); Jones, Thomas, 1731-1792--Homes and haunts; Mansions--Massapequa Park (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of Tryon Hall on Merrick Road in Massapequa Park (The building was also known as Fort Neck House). The Historical Society of the Massapequas provides the following description: "Tryon Hall/Fort Neck House: Built in 1770...
    • [Unqua]

    • Unqua--Massapequa Park (N.Y.); Mansions--Massapequa Park (N.Y.); Floyd-Jones, Edward--Homes and haunts
    • Black and white photograph of Unqua, home of Major Edward Floyd-Jones. The Historical Society has provided the following description: "Unqua: Built by Major Edward Floyd-Jones, this mansion stood on Merrick Road until the early 1950's when it was...
    • [Unqua]

    • Unqua--Massapequa Park (N.Y.); Mansions--Massapequa Park (N.Y.); Floyd-Jones, Edward--Homes and haunts
    • Black and white photograph of Unqua, home of Major Edward Floyd-Jones. The Historical Society has provided the following description: "Unqua: Built by Major Edward Floyd-Jones, this mansion stood on Merrick Road until the early 1950's when it was...
    • Bill Thomas' blacksmith shop.

    • Blacksmiths -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.) - Social life and customs; Melville (N.Y.) -- History
    • Black and white photograph showing Bill Thomas' blacksmith shop which stood until the mid-1950's at the corner of what is now Walt Whitman and Old Country Roads.
    • Melville Inn.

    • Hotels -- New York (State) -- Melville; Restaurants -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs; Bookman's Hotel.
    • Black and white photograph showing the Melville Inn circa 1910. It stood on the SW corner of Route 110 and Pinelawn Road. People came from miles around to attend parties and weddings and to eat at the fine dining room.
    • [Willis Hall]

    • Halls; Stores
    • Black and white photography possibly of 1/2 of Fletcher Willis' Hall which stood on Main Street where Sunrise Highway now crosses. The other half was removed to North Main Street as part of a plumbing supply store. This half was located in...
    • Colony House Hotel (II)

    • Colony House Hotel (Great Neck, N.Y.); Hotels -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Grace Avenue (Great Neck, N.Y.); Third Street (Great Neck, N.Y.)
    • Black and white view of the Colony House Hotel, which once stood at the corner of Grace Avenue and Third Street (now Bond Street), fronting on Third Street, in the Village of Great Neck Plaza. Image was taken facing north, highlighting the Grace...
    • Entrance to "Kensington," Great Neck, L. I.

    • Kensington Gate (Great Neck, N.Y.); Beverly Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Kensington, N.Y.
    • Black and white view of the Kensington Gate entrance to the Village of Kensington, situated at the intersection of what is now Beverly Road and a then unpaved Middle Neck Road. The large home that once stood on land that is now the Kensington...

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