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    • The Old Manse, built circa 1830

    • Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Melville; Sweet Hollow Historic District; National Register of Historic Places.
    • Black and white photograph showing the house at 152 Old Country Road. It was purchased in 1858 by the Sweet Hollow Presbyterian Church and used as their parsonage. In 1958 the interior was renovated and the house was then used for Sunday School....
    • Baylis/Woolsey House, built circa 1820

    • Dwellings -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.) -- History; Sweet Hollow Historic District; National Register of Historic Places.
    • Black and white photograph showing the house at 530 Sweet Hollow Road, sometimes identified as the M. Baylis House. It is a well preserved house resembling both the house of John Everitt and the "Old Manse" on Old Country Road. It is designated on...
    • Third House, Montauk c.1900

    • Cattle herding--New York (State) --Montauk; Guesthouses--New York (State) -- Montauk; Museums -- Historic--East Hampton (N.Y.:Town); Parks--New York (State) -- Montauk; Historic Site -- New York (State) -- Montauk
    • Black and white photograph of Third House is the furthest east and most historic of the Keeper's houses of the cattle grazing years. By 1898, when Camp Wikoff was established on Montauk, it was being run as an Inn. It remained an Inn under various...
    • Christeen

    • Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boatyards--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Businesses--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); People--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.);
    • View of the Christeen, a 40-foot gaff-rigged sloop, seen from the stern sailing in Oyster Bay between 2000 and 2010. Built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 for Captain William Smith and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991,...
    • Main Street School Dedication, September, 1909

    • Streets; Main Street - Port Washington (N.Y.); Main Street School--Port Washington (N.Y.); Public schools--Port Washington (N.Y.); Buildings, School; Community centers;
    • The dedication ceremony of the historic Main Street School on September 17, 1909, with townspeople gathered on specially-created bleachers to hear prominent speakers. Serving first as Port Washington's only high school and later as a junior high...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, underway near Pier 1 in New York City with lower Manhattan in the background, April 1962.
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen (next to the vessel in the lower left foreground), built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in Greenport, NY, in 1914, when it was owned by Captain William Bond...
    • Old Upper Melville School

    • Schools -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.); Historic buildings -- New York (State) -- Melville
    • Black and white photograph of the old Upper Melville School that was located on Sweet Hollow Road as early as 1863. In the 1920's it was moved, and exists today hiding behind its enclosed porch just north of the Rosewood Restaurant on Walt Whitman...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built as an oyster sloop in Glenwood Landing in 1883 and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in ice at an unspecified location with the words Christeen, Locust, N.J. visible on the back (stern); taken sometime...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built in Glenwood Landing in 1883 as an oyster sloop and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in ice at an unspecified location viewed from the right (starboard) side taken sometime between 1958 and 1977, when the...
    • [Christeen]

    • Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Boating--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Landmarks--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); Waterfront--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.)
    • The Christeen, built in Glenwood Landing in 1883 as an oyster sloop and designated a National Historic Landmark in 1991, docked in Locust, NJ, in 1959, when the vessel was owned by Edwin F. Banfield of Locus, NJ, viewed from the left (port) side.
    • Original Half Hollow Hills Community Library

    • Schools -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.); Historic buildings -- New York (State) -- Melville; Libraries -- New York (State) -- Suffolk County
    • Black and white photograph of the Upper Melville School with awnings as it looked when it housed the entire public library in two small rooms upstairs and one down. In 1967 a much larger library was built on Vanderbilt Parkway in Dix Hills, and...
    • Upper Melville School circa 1947

    • Schools -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.); Historic buildings -- New York (State) -- Melville
    • Black and white photograph of the two room Upper Melville School on Sweet Hollow Road. This building continued to house elementary students until the new Sunquam School was built across the street in 1952. It is the site of the first Melville Fire...
    • St. Rose School for Girls

    • Schools -- New York (State) -- Melville; Melville (N.Y.); Historic buildings -- New York (State) -- Melville
    • Black and white photograph of the St. Rose Industrial School for Girls, built in 1907 by the Dominican Sisters. Situated on Route 110 in lower Melville, the bell in its belfry rang loud and clear at 6 a.m., noon and 6 p.m. for all to hear.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of pond and outbuildings at Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of pond and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, shows pond and boat house.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Bridges - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of wooden bridge, grounds and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ponds - New York (State) - Roslyn; Boathouses - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant, showing pond and boat house.
    • Bryant Homestead

    • Bryant, William C., 1794-1878 - Homes and haunts; Literary landmarks - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of entrance drive and Cedarmere, home of William C. Bryant.
    • Montauk Association, circa 1880s

    • Architecture, domestic -- New York (State) -- Montauk; Historic districts -- New York (State) -- Montauk; Resort architecture -- New York (State) -- Montauk
    • Cyanotype photograph of the Montauk Association houses. The firm of McKim, Mead and White designed the houses, and landscape architect Frederick Law Olmstead planned the site. The Montauk Association was added to the National Register of historic...
    • Willowmere

    • Dwellings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Ward, Aaron
    • View of Willowmere, home of Aaron Ward.
    • Bryce Residence

    • Mansions - New York (State) - Roslyn; Bryce, Lloyd; Frick, Childs; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Lloyd Bryce mansion. Later home to Childs Frick.
    • Trinity Episcopal Church

    • Protestant Church buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; White, Stanford
    • View of Trinity Episcopal Church, Rectory and Parish House on Northern Blvd. Designed by Stanford White, dedicated 1907.
    • Trinity Episcopal Church

    • Protestant church buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; White, Stanford; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Trinity Episcopal Church on Northern Blvd., designed by Stanford White, dedicated 1907.
    • 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...
    • Trinity Episcopal Church

    • Protestant church buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; White, Stanford; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Trinity Episcopal Church, Rectory and Parish House, on Northern Blvd., designed by Stanford White, dedicated 1907.
    • Trinity Parish House

    • Protestant church buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn; White, Stanford; Historic buildings - New York (State) - Roslyn
    • View of Trinity Episcopal Church Parish House, on Northern Blvd., designed by Stanford White, dedicated 1907.

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