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    • South Side & Terrace, W. K. Vanderbilt Jr., Lakeville, N.Y. R097

    • Deepdale (Vanderbilt Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1878-1944 -- Homes and Haunts; Country homes -- Great Neck (N.Y.)
    • Black and white view of the home, lawn, and gardens on the William K. Vanderbilt estate, known as Deepdale. This estate was situated on the southern border of Great Neck, in what is still known as Glen Oaks, and in the area once known as Lakeville,...
    • Helen Killis Cuffee

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Women; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • This very famous Shinnecock Indian was the wife of Wickham Cuffee. She was a member of the well known Shinnecock family formerly known as Killis, and now spelt as Kellis, by present day members of the family (1963). Elliot Kellis, a well known...
    • Emma Jane Lee

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Women; Shinnecock; Southampton; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: The name Lee became a family one at Shinnecock when James Lee, a southern Negro, married Roxanna Bunn, a Shinnecock Indian. This has been one of the most well known of Shinnecock families and in spite of having...
    • Rose Court, W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., Lakeville, N.Y. 2090

    • Deepdale (Vanderbilt Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Vanderbilt, William K. (William Kissam), 1878-1944 -- Homes and Haunts; Gardens -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Lake Success, N.Y.
    • Black and white view of a garden on the William K. Vanderbilt estate known as Deepdale. This estate was situated on the southern border of Great Neck, in what is still known as Glen Oaks, in Queens, and in the area once known as Lakeville, much of...
    • 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.
    • John Horton at home in Freetown, c1900

    • Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Men; Women; Montauk; Long Island
    • Caption on back of photograph reads: The Montauk Indians, who like the other Indians of Long Island and New England, had been experts at off shore whaling. They taught the early settlers how to whale. The whaling skill of the Long Island and New...
    • Victoria Hotel, Port Washington, L.I. (& verso)

    • Streets; Main Street--Port Washington (N.Y.); Hotels, motels, etc.--Port Washington (N.Y.); Victoria Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.); Mullon Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.); Theaters; Mullon Hall--Port Washington (N.Y.); Victoria Theatre--Port...
    • The Victoria Hotel (also known as the Mullon Hotel) was located at the corner of Main Street (then known as Flower Hill Avenue) and Haven Avenue. Handwritten on reverse: "My dear little sweet Heart--Thank for letter-Glad to know you are well and...
    • West side of Middle Neck Road near Clover Drive

    • Idylhurst (Estate) -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Country homes -- Great Neck (N.Y.); Windmills -- New York (State) -- Great Neck; Great Neck Estates, N.Y.
    • Black and white image, printed on paper, of the home and estate known as Idylhurst, which may have been owned by the Cook family, the Ryan family, the Phillips family, and Raymond Hitchcock, a noted Broadway writer / performer / producer. This...
    • "Home Sweet Home", East Hampton, 1937

    • Photographs; Photos; Home Sweet Home; Houses; Historic buildings; Pantigo Mill; Windmills; East Hampton
    • Frontal view of "Home Sweet Home" and Pantigo Mill from James Lane in East Hampton, New York. "Home Sweet Home" is a lean-to style house built in the early-mid 18th century. It is best known as the childhood home of lyricist John Howard Payne and...
    • Stephen Talkhouse, c.1875

    • Photographs; Photos; Portrait photographs; Talkhouse, Stephen; Indians of North America; People
    • Portrait of Stephen Talkhouse (alternately known as Stephen Taukus "Talkhouse" Pharaoh); a Montaukett Native American of the late 19th century known for his 25-50 mile daily roundtrip walks from Montauk to East Hampton and Sag Harbor, New York....
    • A History of the East Meadow Public Library

    • East Meadow Public Library (East Meadow, N.Y.) – History; Public Libraries – New York (State) – East Meadow – History; East Meadow (N.Y.) – History; East Meadow (N.Y.) -- Biography
    • Digital version of 32 p. booklet originally published by East Meadow Public Library, East Meadow, 1995. Includes black and white photographs; Contents: The building: Stores. New building. Expansion. The library of the future. – The library...
    • The White Family Property, Post Ave., Westbury

    • Westbury, N.Y. June 6, 1946 Grounds Chosen For The Community Center The picturesque grounds on Post Avenue, known as the White property, which will be developed as a practical war memorial for the Westbury section by popular subscription. The...
    • Westbury, N.Y. June 6, 1946 Grounds Chosen For The Community Center The picturesque grounds on Post Avenue, known as the White property, which will be developed as a practical war memorial for the Westbury section by popular subscription. The...
    • Cove Inn, Port Washington, L.I. (& verso)

    • Main Street--Port Washington (N.Y.); Hotels, motels, etc.--Port Washington (N.Y.); Inns--Port Washington (N.Y); Cove Inn--Port Washington (N.Y.); Old Heidelberg Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.); Central Hotel--Port Washington (N.Y.); Washington...
    • Cove Inn, located on the NE corner of Main Street and Shore Road, was demolished in 1933. Known earlier as both the Old Heidelberg and Central Hotel, Cove Inn was known for its mansard roof and a much-appreciated watering trough for horses....
    • Clapham Lake, Glenwood Ldg., L.I.

    • Ponds--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.); People--Glenwood Landing (N.Y.);
    • Postcard showing a pond named for Thomas Clapham (1839-1915), who built an Italiante villa known as Stone House on Hempstead Harbor near Motts Cove and operated a trout hatchery fed by nearby streams. Other notable owners of the property include...
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    • Black and white image of P. G. Wodehouse (1881 - 1975). Pelham Grenville and Ethel Wodehouse lived in at least two different homes in Great Neck, one on North Drive in the Village of Kensington, and another, which still stands, on Arrandale Avenue...
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    • Black and white image of a May 1923 Hearst's International magazine cover showing an image of F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896 - 1940) and Zelda Fitzgerald (1900 - 1948). The Fitzgeralds rented a home at 6 Gateway Drive in Great Neck Estates from October...
    • Christ Episcopal Church, Manhasset, L.I.

    • Christ Church (Manhasset, N.Y.); Northern Boulevard (Manhasset, N.Y.); Church buildings -- Manhasset (N.Y.); Manhasset, N.Y.
    • Black and white exterior view, taken facing north, of the main sanctuary building of the Christ Episcopal Church, now known simply as Christ Church, which sits at 1355 Northern Boulevard, at the corner of Plandome Road, in Manhasset. The first...
    • [The Colleran House]

    • Colleran house--Massapequa Park (N.Y.); Colleran, Peter F.--Homes and haunts
    • Color photograph of the house formerly known as Colleran House. The Historical Society of the Massapequas provides the following description: "The home of Village founder and first Mayor the Honorable Peter F. Colleran. This home built in the...
    • "Home Sweet Home", East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Home Sweet Home; Houses; Historic buildings; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • View of "Home Sweet Home." It is best known as the childhood home of lyricist John Howard Payne and subject of his song, "Home, Sweet Home." Photo taken by William Wallace Tooker, processed on cloth. The house is currently known as the "Home Sweet...
    • "Home Sweet Home", East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Home Sweet Home; Houses; Historic buildings; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • View of "Home Sweet Home." It is best known as the childhood home of lyricist John Howard Payne and subject of his song, "Home, Sweet Home." Photo taken by William Wallace Tooker, processed on cloth. The house is currently known as the "Home Sweet...
    • "Home Sweet Home", East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Home Sweet Home; Houses; Historic buildings; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • View of "Home Sweet Home." It is best known as the childhood home of lyricist John Howard Payne and subject of his song, "Home, Sweet Home". Shows Mulford house in background and man emerging from roof. The house is currently known as the "Home...
    • 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...
    • Stephen Pharoah, line drawing

    • Etchings; Photographs; Photos; People; Indians of North America; Men; Talkhouse, Stephen; Montauk
    • Photograph of an etching. Caption on back of photograph reads: "Stephen Pharoah was the most popular Montauk Indian since Sachem Wyandanch's time back in 1656. Known to residents of East Hampton and vicinity as Steve Talkhouse, he is still a topic...
    • Main Street, East Hampton, N.Y.

    • Photographs; Photos; Main street; People; Stores & shops; Automobiles; East Hampton (N.Y.)
    • Caption on reverse reads: Main Street looking North east. Notice the concrete walk crossing the unpaved muddy street. It lead to the East Hampton National Bank, which used what was then known as the Hand Building. Copy by C. Frank Dayton.
    • 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...
    • Louie's Shore Restaurant

    • Main Street--Port Washington (N.Y.); Bars and restaurants--Port Washington (N.Y.); Louie's Shore Restaurant--Port Washington (N.Y.); Louie's Oyster Bar & Grille--Port Washington (N.Y.);
    • Side view showing the restaurant's private dock where boaters are able to moor for access. Before its sale in 2002, Louie's Shore Restaurant, now known as Louie's Oyster Bar & Grille, had been in the Zwerlein family for nearly 100 years and is a...

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