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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)

Riverhead, RC057.jpg
View of water and trees in Grangebel Park. Note: Grangebel Park was built by Judge Timothy M. Griffing, who named it after his three daughters: Grace, Angeline and Mabel. (Handcolored)

East Hampton, ED031.jpg
View (partially obstructed by trees) of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Message and addressee information on verso. (B&W)

East Hampton, ED011.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Message and addressee information on verso. (Hand colored)

East Hampton, ED033.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. (Hand colored)

East Hampton, ED030.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Near the fence that runs alongside the property is a sign that reads, “The John Howard Payne…

East Hampton, ED016.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. (B&W)

East Hampton, ED026.jpg
Tourism postcard featuring view (partially obstructed by trees) of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Printed text on verso provides information…

East Hampton, ED032.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. (Hand colored)

Oakdale, OC004.jpg
View of William K. Vanderbilt’s “Idle Hour” mansion from across its large front lawn. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)