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Southold, SU015.jpg
View of Main Street, looking east. The Civil War monument is at left, and the First Universalist Church of Southold building is at right. Note: The church building was destroyed in a fire in 2015. (Color)

Southold, SU009.jpg
View of Main Street and the Civil War monument. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)

Southold, SU008.jpg
View of the Civil War monument and the lane to the Long Island Sound. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)

Southampton, ST006.jpg
View of the Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Monument, which was erected in 1897 in memory of the soldiers and sailors of Southampton who served their country. The site later became known as Monument Square. (Color)

Setauket, SK005.jpg
Snow-covered view of the Setauket Presbyterian Church and its adjoining cemetery. The Setauket World War I monument, which is on the Village Green, is seen in the foreground. Printed text on verso provides information about the structure. Note:…

Huntington, HQ034.jpg
View of the World War I Memorial on Main Street. The memorial also serves as an entrance to the Old Burying Ground, part of which can be seen in the background. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Huntington, HQ006.jpg
View of the Nathan Hale Rock monument, with plaques visible on two sides. One circulated copy with annotation on front and addressee information on back; two uncirculated copies with annotations on front and addressee names on back. (Color)

Huntington, HQ005.jpg
View of the Nathan Hale Rock monument, with plaques visible on two sides. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)

Hempstead, HH082.jpg
View of the World War Monument in Fulton Park. (Color)

Robert Harrison - Long Island 1-62.jpg
A monument to Captain Joel Cook located in Babylon on Main Street.