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    • Mayor of Freeport, N.Y.

    • detmer, Julius; Mayors--New York (State)--Freeport
    • Black and white photograph of Julius detmer, President of Freeport from 1905 to 1906. Village mayors were called "Presidents" until 1927. He owned a carnation farm on the corner of Pennsylvania and Pearsall Avenues.
    • 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...
    • St. Boniface Church, Sea Cliff, L.I.

    • Catholic churches; Sea Cliff (N.Y.);
    • Black & White photograph of St. Boniface Church on the northwest corner of Carpenter and Glen Avenues. It was replaced by a larger structure in 1964. Postmarked July 28, 1906 and July 229, 1906.
    • Undefeated Freeport Field Club 1922 [Fall]

    • Football--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the members of the Freeport Field Club posed on the field at the south east corner of West Seaman and North Ocean Avenues. They defeated Lafayette Field Club of Brooklyn, 10-0; Carlisle Athletic Club, 13-0; La Meesa...
    • [L.I.R.R. Station]

    • Long Island Railroad; First National Bank--Freeport (N.Y.); Freeport Club--Freeport (N.Y.); Plaza Theatre--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white aerial photograph of the L.I.R.R. station at North Grove Street bounded by Railroad and Brooklyn Avenues. The original First National Bank, the Plaza Theatre and the Freeport Club are visible. The train is being pulled by a steam...
    • East Williston Memorial Garden

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Gardens; Benches; Brick work
    • View of benches and brickwork in the East Williston Memorial Garden. The garden, which is dedicated to the residents of East Williston who died on September 11, is located on East Williston & Bengeyfield Avenues.
    • East Williston Memorial Garden

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Gardens; Benches; Brick work
    • View of benches and brickwork in the East Williston Memorial Garden. The garden, which is dedicated to the residents of East Williston who died on September 11, is located on East Williston & Bengeyfield Avenues.
    • East Williston Memorial Garden

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Brick work; Inscriptions
    • View of inscription in brickwork in the East Williston Memorial Garden. The garden, which is dedicated to the residents of East Williston who died on September 11, is located on East Williston & Bengeyfield Avenues. Inscription reads: "Pause,...
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism
    • View of World Trade Center Memorial at the corner of Riley and Edwards avenues in Calverton. The Memorial was built by the Greater Calverton Civic Association.
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism
    • View of World Trade Center Memorial at the corner of Riley and Edwards avenues in Calverton. The Memorial was built by the Greater Calverton Civic Association.
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Sculptures
    • View of sculpture of an angel blowing a trumpet. The sculpture is located in the World Trade Center Memorial at Riley and Edwards avenues in Calverton.
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; Police--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Plaques; Flagpoles
    • View of flagpole, and stone monument with plaque that reads: "World Trade Center Memorial. In Memory Of Those Who Perished And Served At The World Trade Center. September 11, 2001." The flagpole and monument are located in the Memorial at Riley and...
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism
    • View of World Trade Center Memorial at the corner of Riley and Edwards avenues in Calverton. The Memorial was built by the Greater Calverton Civic Association.
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Statues; Inscriptions
    • View of statue of an angel with a butterfly perched on its hand. The statue, which has the word "PATIENCE" inscribed on its base, is located in the World Trade Center Memorial at Riley and Edwards avenues in Calverton.
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Steel I-beams
    • View of a piece of iron beam that fell from the North Tower of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. The piece of beam is located in the World Trade Center Memorial at Riley and Edwards avenues in Calverton.
    • Municipal Building, Freeport, Long Island, N.Y.

    • Municipal Hall--Freeport (N.Y.); Municipal government
    • Color postcard of the Municipal building ocated on North Ocean Avenue. It is modelled after Independence Hall in Philadelphia. On the back it says: Freeport, Long Island, N.Y. "Boating and Fishing Capital of the East" with 8 1/2 miles of...
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Statues
    • View of statue of an angel cradling a rabbit in its arms. Beside the statue is a marker commemorating the 343 F.D.N.Y. members who were lost on 9/11. The statue and marker are located in the World Trade Center Memorial at Riley and Edwards avenues...
    • World Trade Center Memorial, Calverton

    • Fire fighters--New York (State)--New York; Police--New York (State)--New York; September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Plaques
    • Close-up view of stone monument with plaque that reads: "World Trade Center Memorial. In Memory Of Those Who Perished And Served At The World Trade Center. September 11, 2001." The monument is located in the Memorial at Riley and Edwards avenues in...
    • Oldest House in Freeport, L.I.

    • Dwellings; Randall Avenue--Freeport (N.Y.); Main Street--Freeport, (N.Y.)
    • Black and white postcard of the oldest house in Freeport. Built in 1795, the Bedell Homestead was Freeport's oldest home. Originally located in the undeveloped Bedell Woods (between Ocean and Randall Avenues), this house was moved 50 years later...
    • [Oldest House in Freeport]

    • Dwellings; Randall Avenue - Freeport (N.Y.); Main Street--Freeport (N.Y.);
    • Black and white photograph of the oldest house in Freeport. Built in 1795, the Bedell Homestead was Freeport's oldest home. Originally located in the undeveloped Bedell Woods (between Ocean and Randall Avenues), this house was moved 50 years...
    • Freeport, N.Y.

    • Freeport (N.Y.)--History; Buildings
    • Black and white aerial photograph of Freeport looking north from south of Southside Avenue past the L.I.R.R. tracks. Guy Lombardo (Grove Street) and East Avenues show the apartment buildings where the Crystal Lake Hotel was located.
    • Freeport, N.Y.

    • Freeport (N.Y.)--History; Buildings
    • Black and white aerial photograph of Freeport looking north from south of Ray Street to the north. Streets from east to west are South Ocean, Miller, Nassau, South Long Beach and Roosevelt Avenues. In the middle of the photograph is the Archer...
    • Garden City 9/11 Memorial

    • Brennan, Thomas; Cappello, Jonathan; Cascio, Paul; Coyle-Eulau, Michele; Curia, Laurence; DiAgostino, Michael; Dimmling, William; Dunne, Christopher; Eckna, Paul; Edwards, Michael; Ferris, Robert; Genco, Peter; Kohart, Ryan; Leistman, David;...
    • View of September 11 memorial dedicated to the twenty-three Garden City residents who lost their lives in the World Trade Center on September 11. The memorial is located on Stewart & Hilton Avenues.
    • Garden City 9/11 Memorial

    • Brennan, Thomas; Cappello, Jonathan; Cascio, Paul; Coyle-Eulau, Michele; Curia, Laurence; DiAgostino, Michael; Dimmling, William; Dunne, Christopher; Eckna, Paul; Edwards, Michael; Ferris, Robert; Genco, Peter; Kohart, Ryan; Leistman, David;...
    • View of memorial that lists the names of the twenty-three Garden City residents who lost their lives in the World Trade Center on September 11. The memorial is located on Stewart & Hilton Avenues.
    • [62 Randall Ave]

    • Houses; Collard, Edwin R.
    • Black and white photograph of the house located at 62 Randall Avenue which is the north west corner of Randall and North Ocean Avenues. It was the home of Mrs. Edwin R. Collard.
    • The Strand Theatre

    • Strand Theatre; Sunrise Highway; organ; ventilation; vaudeville; motion pictures; Park Avenue; Village Avenue
    • The Strand Theatre stood on the north side of Sunrise Highway between Park and Village Avenues. It had 1,035 seats, an organ, mushroom ventilation (the forerunner of air conditioning), large dressing rooms and wide aisles. It opened on June 8,...
    • Gus Wettach Livery & Boarding Stable

    • Wettach; Livery; Boarding; Stable; Bedford Exchange; Auction Mart; Nostrand; Front Street; Village Avenue; Remson; Wright
    • Photo from the collection of Edwin G. Wright is of Gus Wettach Livery & Boarding Stable in about 1900. The stable was on the corner of Front Street and Village Avenue. E.G. Wright notes that the stable was owned by J.S. Remson at the time. Note...

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