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Workers laying water lines on Front Street in front of Liberty Hall and an upholstery shop. The Town of Hempstead Town Hall building is seen in the background.

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Floyd Weekes Blacksmith Shop, west side of Main Street (between Fulton Avenue and Front Street). the building is draped with flag bunting and a banner with an image of a fireman and the word “Welcome.”

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Two policemen and two other men in front of J. Bacigalupo Fruits and Vegetables, on Main Street. Also pictured (l-r) are The Vogue Shop, an unidentified building (for sale), and a partial view of a dressmaker’s shop.

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Town of Hempstead Town Hall, exterior front view. Three men and a dog are standing in front of the main entrance.

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Facsimile of a c.1900s photograph of the David B. Tod building (carriage builder), at Main and Centre Streets. Arink & Son wagon in front of the building; two buggies are alongside it. Printed caption reads: “Where R.R. Turntable has been.” (2…

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Facsimile of a c.1900s photograph of the southeast corner of Front and Greenwich Streets. Pictured are the Hempstead Inquirer building and several other buildings.

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Exterior view of L.C. Smith’s Hotel on Main Street. A sign at left reads: “L.C. Smith Schaefer Brewing Co. Wiener Beer.” The hotel adjoins the Second National Bank. (2 copies)

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Sammis Hotel, on Fulton Avenue, east of Main Street (as seen from diagonally across Fulton Avenue) Note: George Washington stopped at then inn in 1790.

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Sammis Hotel, on Fulton Avenue, east of Main Street (as seen from across Fulton Ave.) Note: George Washington stopped at the Inn in 1790. (2 copies, 1 with caption)
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