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Workers laying water lines on the north side of Fulton Avenue
Workers laying water lines on the north side of Fulton Avenue.
Workers laying water lines on Front Street
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.
Southeast corner of Front and Greenwich Streets
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.
Northeast corner of Front and Main Streets
Northeast corner of Front and Main Streets. Businesses pictured (l-r): Tropical Spa Luncheonette, Lord’s Shoes, May Co., Maxam’s, a vacant store, and Galvin’s Bar & Grill.
Main Street, looking north, from across intersection of Front and Main Streets.
View of Main Street, looking north, from across intersection of Front and Main Streets. Both sides of the street are lined with businesses. Two policemen are standing in the intersection.
Carman R. Lush Pharmacy
Carman R. Lush Pharmacy, on Front Street. Lush (2nd from left) and an unidentified man and woman are standing in front of the building.
Intersection of Front and Greenwich Streets
Intersection of Front and Greenwich Streets. Businesses pictured include Island Appliance Co., Bargain Bin, The Nor-wood Company, Inc. (office furniture and supplies), a pawnbroker’s shop, and a liquor store.
Hempstead Fire Department group photo taken during a firemen’s parade, possibly on Front Street. The parade may have been part of a firemen's tournament festivities.
Firemen’s parade, Front Street, east of Main Street
Hempstead Fire Department members during a firemen’s parade. Spectators gathered along the street. Department members pictured include Lewis H. Clowes, R.G. Powell, E.C. Muncke, Stewart Cornelius, Samuel W. Burt, Charles Cook. Photo taken on Front…
Cranes Inc. of Hempstead
Cranes Inc. of Hempstead, at southwest corner of Little Main (South Main Street) and Front Streets, as seen from across Front Street. Prospect School on Peninsula Boulevard is visible down Little Main Street.