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    • "Presbyterian Church" Smithtown Branch, L.I.

    • Churches -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Roads -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Churches; Roads
    • Sepia postcard of First Presbyterian Church, located at the intersection of North Country Road (Route 25A) and Main Street (Route 25). This postcard depicts the second Presbyterian church built on this site in 1827. The first church was...
    • Public Library, Smithtown Branch, L. I.

    • Roads -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Libraries -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Roads; Libraries
    • Photographic postcard of the Smithtown Library. The library was erected in 1912 on land donated by Cornelia Stewart Butler. Designed by her son, Lawrence Smith Butler. The library was originally located on the south side of Middle Country Road...
    • SMITHTOWN, L.I. -- Old Mill. View from R.R. Bridge

    • Gristmills -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Dwellings
    • Color postcard portraying Phillips Mills complex as seen from the Long Island Rail Road bridge in Smithtown. The bridge runs to the south of the mill complex. Pictured on the left is the Wheeler-Watt house in which the miller lived. Undated.
    • Home of Mrs. Miller, Smithtown Branch, Long Island.

    • Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Main Street -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Miller, James Ely; Miller, Gladys Kissel; Dwellings;
    • Black and white photographic postcard depicting the home of Mrs. James Ely Miller, situated on Main Street in Smithtown Branch. This house was destroyed around 1950 to make way for Smithtown's first shopping center. James Ely Miller, for whom...
    • A. G. Silliman Bakery, Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York

    • Bakeries; Business enterprises -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Main Street -- New York (State) -- Smithtown;
    • Sepia photograph of a man (perhaps Mr. A. G. Silliman, owner of the bakery) standing in front of the A. G. Silliman Bakery that was located on Middle Country Road (Route 25 or Main Street) in Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York. Over the years...
    • Head of Nissequogue River, Smithtown, L.I.

    • Transportation -- New York (State) -- Smithtown -- Head of the River; Men -- Smithtown (N.Y.); Monuments -- Smithtown (N.Y.); Commercial facilities -- Smithtown (N.Y.); Transportation; Monuments; Commercial facilities; Men
    • Color postcard depicting a man rowing a boat across the Nissequogue River towards the Booth & Arthur Store, located at Head of the River, Smithtown, NY. This section of the river was known as the "Common Passage". Today, the store is gone, and it...
    • Old Mill and Pond, Smithtown, L.I.

    • Gristmills -- New York (State) -- Smithtown;
    • Color postcard depicting part of the Phillips Mills complex situated on the Nissequogue River at "Head of the River," Smithtown, New York. Building with gambrel roof is the gristmill. Undated.
    • Kenneth Watson Memorial Bench

    • Watson, Kenneth "Slick"--New York (State)--Smithtown; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Benches
    • View of memorial bench dedicated to Firefighter Kenny "Slick" Watson (F.D.N.Y. Engine Co. 214) of Smithtown. The bench is located in St. Patrick's (R.C.) Cemetery in Smithtown.
    • Kenneth Watson Memorial Bench

    • Watson, Kenneth "Slick"--New York (State)--Smithtown; Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Benches; Plaques
    • View of plaque on memorial bench dedicated to Firefighter Kenny "Slick" Watson (F.D.N.Y. Engine Co. 214) of Smithtown. The bench is located in St. Patrick's (R.C.) Cemetery in Smithtown.
    • Horse Hitched to the 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. The horse is standing in front of the wagon and much of it is obscured. In the background there are two men who appear to be talking in front of a building (likely the...
    • Mr. A. G. Silliman with His Horse

    • Bakeries; Business enterprises -- New York (State) -- Smithtown; Horses
    • Sepia photograph of Mr. A. G. Silliman, owner of the A. G. Silliman Bakery located in Smithtown Branch, Long Island, New York standing on a dirt path with his horse.
    • 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".
    • St. Patrick Cemetery September 11 Memorial, Smithtown

    • Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Brick work
    • View of September 11 memorial in St. Patrick Cemetery in Smithtown. The memorial, which was dedicated on May 27, 2002, contains a monument, and bricks inscribed with the names of victims of the attacks on the World Trade Center.
    • Main Street, Great Neck, N. Y. (III)

    • Middle Neck Road (Great Neck, N.Y.); Stores, Retail -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Commercial Streets -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Horse-Drawn Vehicles -- Great Neck (N.Y.)
    • Colorized view of a business district on Middle Neck Road, near the intersection of Beach Road and Middle Neck Road. Grocery and dry goods stores can be seen in this image, including those of the LeCluse Brothers General Store (left), the Lincoln...
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town 1962

    • Brookhaven (N.Y. : Town); Indigenous peoples; Coram (N.Y.); Middle Island (N.Y.); Stores & shops; Churches; Railroad stations; Yaphank (N.Y.); Mills; Historic buildings; Spying; Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783; Advertising; Lumber industry;
    • 36 page pamphlet, 14 cm x 22 cm including text and images, plus front and back covers.
    • Duck Island, Northport, L.I.

    • Duck Island (Asharoken N.Y.); Asharoken (N.Y.); Causeways -- New York (State) -- Asharoken; Roads -- New York State -- Asharoken;
    • Duck Island is connected to the rest of Asharoken by a causeway, shown in the foreground of this photograph. George and Helen Henderson purchased Duck Island in 1907. A murder-suicide may have led to the sale of the island in 1922.

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