Browse Items (1660 total)

  • Collection: Long Island Postcard Collection

Patchogue, PA044.jpg
View looking down Maple Avenue, which is lined by trees and houses on both sides. There is a horse drawn carriage in the middle of the avenue, and a man is walking near the side of the avenue at left. (B&W)

Hempstead, HH065.jpg
View of the Rectory of St. George’s Episcopal Church, residence of Mr. Cook, the church’s rector. (B&W)


Mineola, MS033.jpg
Exterior view of the of the Seven-Up Brooklyn Bottling Co. Inc. plant. Printed text on verso gives a brief description of the plant. (Color)

Yaphank, YA008.jpg
View of barracks at Camp Upton during World War II. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Huntington, HQ020.jpg
View of “Bay Crest” and a tennis court. Several houses are visible in the background. Note: Bay Crest, now a historic district, is located in the Village of Huntington Bay, an incorporated village in the Town of Huntington. (B&W)

Roslyn, RI007.jpg
View of William Cullen Bryant’s Cedarmere estate. The main house is on a hill in the background, and there is a pond in the foreground. (B&W)

Smithtown, SP001.jpg
Exterior view of the Central Hotel. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. [Tear in lower right corner] (Color)

Shelter Island, SL016.jpg
Facsimile of a 1914 photograph of a group of men on the Friday night “Daddies’” ferry to Shelter Island. It was known by this nickname as it was usually crowded with men arriving at the end of the work-week. (B&W)

St. James, SW001.jpg
Exterior view of “Deepwells,” mansion of William J. Gaynor, mayor of New York City from 1910-1913. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Oceanside, OD003.jpg
View of the garden terrace at the Roadside Rest restaurant. The numerous tables on the terrace are covered with red and white tablecloths. Printed text on the verso provides a brief description of the restaurant. (Color)