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    • [2 & 3 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the living room on the east side of the two story frame house located at 2 & 3 Bennington Avenue. It was owned by Jacob Margolis of 27 Russell Place and the tenants were Frank Colt, Elease Badger, and Viola Dease.
    • [15 Taylor St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the one story frame house located at 15 Taylor Street. The owner was the Village of Freeport and the tenant, Julius Ellison. It was located in what is now known as the Industrial Park.
    • [55 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of a two story frame house located at 55 East Sunrise Highway that was owned by Aaron Speiregren of Lynbrook. The tenant was Mattie Jones.
    • [2 & 3 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the upper hall on the east side of the two story frame house located at 2 & 3 Bennington Avenue. It was owned by Jacob Margolis of 27 Russell Place and the tenants were Frank Colt, Elease Badger, and Viola Dease.
    • [15 Taylor St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the light fixture in the kitchen of the one story frame house located at 15 Taylor Street. The owner was the Village of Freeport and the tenant, Julius Ellison. It was located in what is now known as the Industrial...
    • [55 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the two story frame house located at 55 East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Aaron Speiregren of Lynbrook. The tenant was Mattie Jones.
    • [2 & 3 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the lower hall on the east side of the two story frame house located at 2 & 3 Bennington Avenue. It was owned by Jacob Margolis of 27 Russell Place and the tenants were Frank Colt, Elease Badger, and Viola Dease.
    • [15 Taylor St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the rear garages and outside toilet of the one story frame house located at 15 Taylor Street. The owner was the Village of Freeport and the tenant, Julius Ellison. It was located in what is now known as the...
    • [11 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the one story house at 11 Bennington Avenue. It was owned by Morris Abrams, 5 Chestney Road, Cedarhurst and the tenant was Ralph Damiamo.
    • [19 Taylor St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph accessory building in the rear of 19 Taylor Street. It was owned by Chris Arnold. It was located in what is now known as the Industrial Park.
    • [63 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the two story seven family house located at 63 East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Aaron Spreiregren of Lynbrook. Some tenants were Eloise Crummell, Henry Doctor and Albert Atkins.
    • [19 Taylor St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the house at 19 Taylor Street. . It was owned by Chris Arnold. It was located in what is now known as the Industrial Park.
    • [63 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the rear of the two story seven family house located at 63 East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Aaron Spreiregren of Lynbrook. Some tenants were Eloise Crummell, Henry Doctor and Albert Atkins.
    • [19 Taylor St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the rear of the house at 19 Taylor Street. It was owned by Chris Arnold. It was located in what is now known as the Industrial Park.
    • [63 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the open stove pipe from the range with a rag in the end in the house located at 63 East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Aaron Spreiregren of Lynbrook. Some tenants were Eloise Crummell, Henry Doctor and Albert...
    • [32 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the accessory building and yard at 32 Bennington Avenue that was owned by Frank Chapman of the same address.
    • [90 Smith St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the porch on the east side of of the two story frame house at 90 Smith Street. The owner was Ansel Raynor of Seaford.
    • [63 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the ceiling on the first floor, east side, in the house located at 63 East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Aaron Spreiregren of Lynbrook. Some tenants were Eloise Crummell, Henry Doctor and Albert Atkins.
    • [33 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the two story frame house located at 33 Bennington Avenue owned by Mary Caramella, 146-36 59th Avenue, Flushing and the tenant was Harry Heyward.
    • [80 Helen Ave.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses; Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the one story frame rear building (three family) at 80 Helen Avenue. The owner was William Planters, Jerusalem Avenue, East Hempstead and the tenant was James Deas and the roomers, Gracie Ray, Eddie...
    • [63 East Sunrise Highway]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Slum clearance; Urban renewal
    • Black and white photograph of the rear yard after clean up of the house located at 63 East Sunrise Highway. It was owned by Aaron Spreiregren of Lynbrook. Some tenants were Eloise Crummell, Henry Doctor and Albert Atkins.
    • [38 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the two story frame house at 38 Bennington Avenue owned by Estrella Anderson of the same address.
    • [90 Smith St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses; Fires
    • Black and white photograph of the front of the two story frame house at 90 Smith Street. The owner was Ansel Raynor of Seaford. The house had been burned and most of the roof was destroyed.
    • [38 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the interior of the cellar at 38 Bennington Avenue owned by Estrella Anderson of the same address.
    • [90 Smith St.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses; Fires
    • Black and white photograph of the rear of the two story frame house at 90 Smith Street. The owner was Ansel Raynor of Seaford. The house had been burned and most of the roof was destroyed.
    • [80 Helen Ave.]

    • Urban renewal; Houses; Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.)
    • Black and white photograph of the one story rear building at 80 Helen Avenue. The owner was William Planters and the tenant was James Deas. The roomers were Gracie Ray, Eddie Harris and Russell Parris.
    • [61 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the light wiring in the living room of 61 Bennington Avenue that was owned Henry and Estella Toomer of the same address. The tenants were William Goodman and Laura Worthy.
    • [61 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the light wiring in the living room of 61 Bennington Avenue that was owned Henry and Estella Toomer of the same address. The tenants were William Goodman and Laura Worthy.
    • Daffodil Project, Frank P. Long School, Bellport

    • September 11, Terrorist Attacks, 2001; Monuments & memorials; Disaster victims; Victims of terrorism; Gardens
    • View of Daffodil Project 2002 Memorial Garden at Frank P. Long School in Bellport. The Daffodil Project came about as the result of a recommendation made by Eastern Suffolk BOCES Student Assistance Service's C.A.R.E. 9/11 Committee. The goal of...
    • [61 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the light fixture in the hall of 61 Bennington Avenue that was owned Henry and Estella Toomer of the same address. The tenants were William Goodman and Laura Worthy.
    • [61 Bennington Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the kitchen stove on the second floor at 61 Bennington Avenue that was owned Henry and Estella Toomer of the same address. The tenants were William Goodman and Laura Worthy.
    • [12 So. Columbus Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of bed room ceiling in the third floor apartment at the two story frame house at 12 South Columbus Avenue. It was owned by Frank Chapman of 42 Bennington Avenue and the tenants were Peter Glover, Edward Jackson, Rosetta...
    • [12 So. Columbus Ave.]

    • Bennington Park--Freeport (N.Y.); Urban renewal; Houses
    • Black and white photograph of the hole in the chimney in the third floor apartment at the two story frame house at 12 South Columbus Avenue. It was owned by Frank Chapman of 42 Bennington Avenue and the tenants were Peter Glover, Edward Jackson,...

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