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    • Outdoor Story Time

    • Libraries--New York (State)--Huntington; Cemeteries-- New York(State)--Huntington.
    • A librarian reads to a group of children on the property of the original Huntington Public Library, the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Building. The Old Burying Ground is in the background.
    • Closed electric trolley car.

    • Trolley Cars -- New York (State) -- Huntington (Town); Transportation -- New York (State) -- Huntington(Town)
    • Black and white photograph showing a trolley car, complete with window shades, cow catcher, and electric wires overhead. After twenty years in service, legal agreements which kept fares low, and the growing popularity of private automobiles, put...
    • Bus on a snowy day.

    • Transportation -- New York (State) -- Huntington (Town); Buses -- New York (State) -- Huntington (Town)
    • Black and white photograph showing an early bus making its way along a very snowy road. But buses were quieter and less frightening for the cows in the nearby fields, and by 1919 had replaced the trolley along Route 110.
    • Hicksville Fire Department September 11 Memorial

    • Farrell, Terry--New York (State)--Huntington; Howard, George--New York (State)--Hicksville; Fire fighters--New York (State)--Hicksville; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; Port Authority Police of New York and New Jersey; September 11,...
    • View of memorial dedicated to the former Hicksville Fire Department members who died on September 11: Ex-Chief Terry Farrell (F.D.N.Y) and Ex-Captain George Howard (PAPD). The memorial is located at Station #3 on Strong Street.
    • Hicksville Fire Department September 11 Memorial

    • Farrell, Terry--New York (State)--Huntington; Howard, George--New York (State)--Hicksville; Fire fighters--New York (State)--Hicksville; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; Port Authority Police of New York and New Jersey; September 11,...
    • View of memorial dedicated to the former Hicksville Fire Department members who died on September 11: Ex-Chief Terry Farrell (F.D.N.Y) and Ex-Captain George Howard (PAPD). The memorial is located at Station #3 on Strong Street.
    • Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial

    • Nelson, Peter A.;Fire fighters--New York (State)--Huntington Manor; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Sculptures
    • Partial view of monument at the Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial. Engraved on the monument are the names of former Department members who gave their lives in the line of duty, including Chief Peter A. Nelson, who died on September 11. Also...
    • Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial

    • Nelson, Peter A.; Fire fighters--New York (State)--Huntington Manor; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Sculptures
    • View of the Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial, which includes a monument and a sculpture of two firefighters. The memorial is dedicated to Department members who gave their lives in the line of duty, including Chief Peter A. Nelson, who...
    • Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial

    • Nelson, Peter A.; Fire fighters--New York (State)--Huntington Manor; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Sculptures
    • Partial view of monument at the Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial. Engraved on the monument are the names of former Department members who gave their lives in the line of duty, including Chief Peter A. Nelson, who died on September 11. Also...
    • Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial

    • Nelson, Peter A.; Fire fighters--New York (State)--Huntington Manor; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Sculptures
    • View of the Huntington Manor Fire Department Memorial, which includes a monument and a sculpture of two firefighters. The memorial is dedicated to Department members who gave their lives in the line of duty, including Chief Peter A. Nelson, who...
    • W.E. Abrams' Ship Yard

    • Shipyards; New York (State)--Huntington; Conklin, Benjamin S., 1873-1964.
    • Abrams Shipyard c. 1930 in Huntington Harbor, NY. View is the front of Shore Road, on east side of Huntington Harbor.
    • Eaton’s Neck Light and Lifeboat Station

    • Eaton’s Neck (N.Y.) Lighthouses -- New York (State) -- Eaton’s Neck Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Eaton’s Neck
    • The west side of the 1798 Eaton’s Neck Lighthouse and the light keeper’s quarters built around 1800 are pictured here. John H. Gardiner, the first keeper of the lighthouse from 1799 to 1800, lived in a nearby farmhouse. Today the lighthouse is part...
    • View at Asharoken Beach, Northport, N.Y.

    • Asharoken (N.Y.) Beaches -- New York (State) – Asharoken Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Asharoken
    • Cottages overlook Northport Bay in Asharoken Beach. Owned by the Town of Huntington from 1688 until 1890, in the early twentieth century the area was developed as a summer resort by Northport lawyer William B. Codling.
    • Road to Eaton’s Neck, Northport, L.I.

    • Asharoken (N.Y.); Eaton's Neck (N.Y.); Long Island Sound (N.Y. and Conn.); Roads -- New York State -- Asharoken;
    • Bluff Road was once a scenic carriage way along Long Island Sound on Eaton’s Neck. Now lost to erosion, it began across from today’s Bevin Road in Asharoken and ran north through Beacon Farm to the lighthouse.
    • Spring Dance

    • Dance parties; Youth organizations; Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall
    • Souvenir journal of the Spring Dance sponsored by the A & B Youth Group of the Utopia Community Center of Roosevelt, NY. The event took place on Monday, April 7, 1958, at the V.F.W. Hall located at 404 North Main Street, in Freeport. The journal...
    • Old and new Upper Melville Schools

    • Schools -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.); Historic buildings -- New York (State) -- Melville
    • Black and white photograph of the old and the new Upper Melville Schools. The modern brick schoolhouse was built in 1924 behind the old on Sweet Hollow Road. By 1945 it had 6 grades, two teachers and 78 students.
    • Ten Towns of Suffolk County

    • Brookhaven, Town of; Southampton, Town of; Easthampton, Town of; Shelter Island, Town of; Southold, Town of; Huntington, Town of; Babylon, Town of; Islip, Town of;
    • 16 page pamphlet with front and back covers. 14.5 cm x 24 cm. Includes text and images.
    • Old Country Road, circa 1900

    • Melville (N.Y.) -- History; Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Melville.
    • Black and white photograph looking west on Melville's main street, Old Country Road, still unpaved in early 1900. This portion of the street is a part of the Sweet Hollow Historic District.
    • Schneider General Store, circa 1920

    • Melville (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs; General Stores -- New York (State) -- Melville; Schneider family.
    • Black and white photgraph showing the Schneider store before Walt Whitman Road was macadamized in 1925. In late summer, at a time when pickles became a popular treat, the roadway and grounds filled with pickle merchants from out of town who came to...
    • Grading Old Walt Whitman Road

    • Melville (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs; Roads and roadways-- New York (State) -- Melville; Transportation -- New York (State) -- Melville.
    • Black and white photograph showing a rig with four horses pulling four men aboard an open cart fitted with a scraping blade located just front of the rear axle. Perhaps the extra load allowed a cleaner cut.
    • Woelfel's Restaurant.

    • Melville (N.Y.) -- Social life and customs; Restaurants -- New York (State) -- Melville; Woelfel's Restaurant.
    • Black and white photograph showing Woelfel's on Walt Whitman Road. In the 1930's it served "real home cooking" for lunch and dinner. In 2006 it is unrecognizable, but is now called Rosewood Inn.
    • J.H. Stone House, built circa 1850

    • Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.) -- History; Stone family; Sweet Hollow Historic District.
    • Black and white scan of a color photograph showing the house at 126 Old Country Road as it looked in 1983. Sometime between 1871 and 1889, Huntington artist Edward Lange did a watercolor painting of this house as it appeared at the time. That...
    • Original Sweet Hollow Presbyterian Church

    • Churches -- New York (State) -- Melville; Religion -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the original Presbyterian Church, built in Melville in about 1829 at the northeast corner of Old Country and Sweet Hollow Roads. In 1977 it was moved about a mile to the west on Old Country Road and stands in 2006,...

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