Advertisement for A.A. Cornelius, Manufacturer of Carriages and Sleighs, of every conceivable variety. Blacksmithing and iron work were done in the same building, and Cornelius also sold second-hand carriages on the premises. The business was located…
Advertisement for Chas. O. Colvin, carriage and wagon builder, located in Merrick, N.Y. Colvin also was a dealer in carriages, sleighs, and harnesses, and he performed repair work, painting, blacksmithing, etc.
Advertisement for Edward Daily, General Furnishing Undertaker, located in Babylon, N.Y. The advertisement stated that Daily provided "All requisites for First Class Funerals. Coffins, Caskets, Burial Cases, Carriages, &c."
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.
Advertisement for Willis B. Burt, builder of carriages, buckboards, spring wagons, and sleighs. Burt, whose factory was located in Northport, N.Y., also offered horseshoeing and general jobbing services.
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…
View looking down Main St, which is lined by commercial buildings on both sides. there are a number of carriages parked along the left side of the street. Message and addressee information, both handwritten, on verso. (B&W)