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    • [Man and horse with onlookers on fence]

    • Cowboys; Horses; Rodeos; Men
    • Black and white photograph of a man and a horse in a corral. The man is wearing a sombrero and is holding a lead attached to the horse's bridle. The horse is a pinto and is saddled. There are onlookers sitting on the fence and a second horse near...
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town no publication date

    • 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;
    • 40 page pamphlet, 15.5 cm x 24.5 cm including text and images.
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town 1975

    • Brookhaven (N.Y. : Town); Indigenous peoples; Coram (N.Y.); Middle Island (N.Y.); Stores & shops; Churches; Yaphank (N.Y.); Mills; Historic buildings; Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783; Advertising;
    • 12 page pamphlet, 14 cm x 21 cm including text and images, plus front and back covers.
    • War_Journal_Page_010

    • History, United States, World War II, Germany, Prisoner of war, Stalag III B, Journal, Angelo Solimino, Language and Literature, American Literature, English Language, 20th century, Diaries
    • P. 1. Pen and ink drawing of "The Stalag". Blue sky with white clouds, a barb wired fence runs along the right hand side of the drawing. Behind the fence are several trees with a house behind them. On the left hand side there are some old, torn...
    • Early Years in Brookhaven Town 1976

    • Brookhaven (N.Y. : Town); Indigenous peoples; Coram (N.Y.); Middle Island (N.Y.); Stores & shops; Churches; Yaphank (N.Y.); Mills; Historic buildings; Revolutionary War, American, 1775-1783; Advertising;
    • 12 page pamphlet, 14 cm x 21 cm including text and images, plus front and back covers.
    • The Red School House

    • Middle Island, NY; Amusement Parks
    • Postcard of a red school house at Fairytown, USA. A small white picket fence surrounds the school house. Behind the house is a wood fence, two trees, and a large barn is in the distance. Fairytown was located across from Artists Lake in Middle...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...
    • Lopped fence

    • Photographs; Photos; Trees; East Hampton
    • View of a "lopped fence" in East Hampton, New York. Created by early settlers for use as a natural barrier (i.e. property lines, livestock, etc.), young trees were cut through with an axe and then bent toward the ground, allowing for the branches...

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