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View of “Target Rock,” a landmark on Lloyd Neck in Lloyd Harbor, which is an incorporated village in the Town of Huntington. The giant rock is said to have been used for target practice by British warships during the Revolutionary War. (B&W)

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View of Lloyd Neck, with a few small boats in an inlet and a couple of others on the shore. Note: Lloyd Neck is in Lloyd Harbor, which became an incorporated village of the Town of Huntington in 1926. (Color)