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  • Tags: Historic buildings

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View of the Caroline Church of Brookhaven and its adjoining cemetery. Printed text on verso provides information about the church. Note: Caroline Church was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. (Color)

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Exterior view of the Garretson house, which built in 1659. Message on the front and addressee information on the back, both handwritten. (B&W)

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Large letter “Greetings from” postcard with an image of a different Long Island historical building or site depicted in each letter of the words “Long Island.” Additional images include a sailboat, a view of the ocean, a horse race, men…

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Views of four different historic lighthouses: Horton Point Lighthouse (Southold), Montauk Lighthouse, Orient Point Light, and the Fire Island Lighthouse. Printed text on verso provides brief details about Long Island’s historic lighthouses. (Color)

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View of the Old Windmill. Printed text on verso provides brief details about the history and location of the windmill. Note: The windmill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. (Color)

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View of the Old Water Mill, as seen from across Mill Creek. Additional captioning on the front of the card reads, “Now Used as a Summer Shop for the Blind by the New York State Commission for the Blind.” Annotation on verso. (Sepia)

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View of the Old Windmill. Note: The windmill was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1978. (Handcolored)

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View, looking north, of the Stony Brook Village Center, a business center created to resemble a colonial-style village. (B&W)

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Exterior view of the Hawkins-Mount House, home of painter William Sidney Mount. Printed text on verso provides brief details about the house. Note: In 1966, the house was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. (Color)

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View of the Stony Brook Village Center covered in snow. Printed text on verso reads: “Stony Brook Shopping Center. Built in 1941 to create a village of the early Republican era.” (Color)