P-47 Thunderbolt (made by Republic Aviation Corporation) kerchief (bandana), with date "Oct. 3, 1943" handwritten on it. (Note: During World War II, over 9,000 P-47s were manufactured at the Republic Aviation plant in East Farmingdale, N.Y.)
LILCO's (Long Island Lighting Company) Glenwood Generating Station, exterior view, at Glenwood Landing, N.Y. (Note: At one time, the station was considered to be Long Island's main electric generating plant.)
Aerial view of the Cherrywood Shopping Center, located at the corner of Wantagh and Jerusalem Avenues, in Wantagh, N.Y. (Note: The center takes its name from the estate of Capt. John Seaman, an early settler of the area).
Advertising flier for George A. Baylis automotive and electrical service business, which was celebrating its 10th anniversary in the spring of 1931. The flier included text that provided brief information about the business, and an exterior image of…
Advertisement for the "Everything for the House" special sale at Fulton's Furniture and Hardware Store, located in Freeport, N.Y. Items on sale included Brussels and velvet carpets and parlor and hanging lamps.
Advertisement for Fred Menendez, dealer in carriages and wagons, located in Bellmore, N.Y. Menendez also sold horse goods, and offered repair, painting, and lettering services. The business was the successor to C.O. Colvin & Co.