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  • Tags: Entrances

Mineola, MS003.jpg
View of the entrance to the Mineola Fair Grounds. (B&W)

Uniondale, UA013.jpg
View of main gate at Mitchel Field with a soldier standing nearby. Sign at right reads, “Mitchel Field. U.S. Army Air Corps.” (Sepia)

Hempstead, HH022.jpg
View looking down the tree-lined entrance to “The Meadows,” the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. James L. and Kernochan, noted socialites. The main entrance to the house is seen in the distance. (B&W)

Mineola, MS025.jpg
View of the main entrance to the Mineola Fair Grounds. There are several groups of people in the scene and a horse drawn carriage to the left. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Babylon, BA013.jpg
View of the ornate gate at the entrance to Hawley’s Park. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Uniondale, UA004.jpg
View of the main gate at Mitchel Field. There is an automobile with three military personnel around it stopped at the gate. Sign at right reads, “Mitchel Field. U.S. Army Air Corps.” (Color)

Sag Harbor, SB021.jpg
View of the entrance to Mashashimuet Park, featuring two pillars spanned by a sign on which the name of the park is spelled out. Handwritten messages on front and back, and addressee information, also handwritten, on back. (B&W)

Kings Park, KB004.jpg
View of entrance to the beach area of Sunken Meadow State Park, with automobiles driving along the road in both directions. Text on verso gives a description of the park. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)

Islip, ID002.jpg
View of the entrance to Bayberry Point, a summer community. Note: The community was developed by Henry O. Havemeyer, a wealthy American industrialist and entrepreneur. (Color)

Sands Point, SE003.jpg
View of the entrance gates at Castle Gould, with gate lodge at right. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. Note: The house was built for Howard Gould and his wife, actress Katherine Clemmons. Completed in 1904, it was…