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LongIsland00019.jpg
View of the Captree State Parkway Bridge and the Great South Bay. There are a small number of boats near the bridge. Printed text on verso provides brief details about the bridge. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Southold, SU006.jpg
View of the wooden Pine Neck bridge crossing over a body of water. There is a horse drawn carriage going over the bridge. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)

Sag Harbor, SB027.jpg
View of the Main Street Bridge and an inlet running underneath it. There is a boy in the foreground, fishing from the bank of the inlet. Message on the front and addressee information on the back, both handwritten. (B&W)

Sag Harbor, SB025.jpg
View of the Main Street Bridge, as seen from an inlet running underneath it. The initials “A.E.P.” are written on the front, and addressee information is on back. (B&W)

Sag Harbor, SB012.jpg
View looking out over the water at the bridge to North Haven. (B&W)

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Riverhead, RC030.jpg
View of a bridge at the head of the Peconic River. There is a man and a young boy crossing the bridge, and there are several buildings in the background. Two copies, both with message on front and addressee information on back. (B&W)

Mineola, MS013.jpg
View of the Children’s Home and the trolley bridge. There is an oncoming railroad train at right. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Long Beach, LN011.jpg
View of the Long Beach Bridge over Reynolds Channel connecting Long Beach and Island Park. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. Also on verso is printed text that gives a brief description of Long Beach. Note: Opened in…

Glen Cove, GE025.jpg
View looking out over the water at the New Bridge. There are buildings on the hill on the far side of the bridge. Message on the front and addressee information on the back, both handwritten. The following text is printed on the back of the card:…

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Glen Cove, GE021.jpg
View looking at the bridge over Lower Lake (also known as Lower Glen Lake). Buildings are visible on the other side of the bridge. (Color)