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  • Tags: Gristmills

Stony Brook, SY002.jpg
View of the Stony Brook Grist Mill, with the mill pond in the foreground. Printed text on verso provides brief details about the history of the mill. Note: The building is listed on the National and New York State Register of Historic Places. (Color)

Roslyn, RI025.jpg
Exterior view of the Roslyn Mill Tea House on Old Northern Boulevard. Built in 1701, the building operated as a grist mill until the early twentieth century. A small portion of Hempstead Harbor is seen at right, behind the tea house. (Sepia)

Roslyn, RI024.jpg
Exterior view of the Roslyn Mill Tea House on Old Northern Boulevard. Built in 1701, the building operated as a grist mill until the early twentieth century. The top of the Roslyn Clocktower can be seen at far left. (Sepia)

Roslyn, RI004.jpg
View of the Roslyn Mill Tea House, as seen from across Old Northern Boulevard. (B&W)

Roslyn, RI003.jpg
Drawing of east side of Roslyn Grist Mill Tea House. Leased as a Tea House in 1919. Two copies. (B&W)