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East Hampton, ED031.jpg
View (partially obstructed by trees) of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Message and addressee information on verso. (B&W)

East Hampton, ED011.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Message and addressee information on verso. (Hand colored)

East Hampton, ED033.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. (Hand colored)

East Hampton, ED016.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. (B&W)

East Hampton, ED026.jpg
Tourism postcard featuring view (partially obstructed by trees) of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. Printed text on verso provides information…

East Hampton, ED032.jpg
View of the "Home Sweet Home" house (now a museum) and the adjacent Old Mill (Pantigo Mill), both of which are historic structures in East Hampton. (Hand colored)

Oyster Bay, OJ001.jpg
Exterior view of Sagamore Hill, home of Theodore Roosevelt, 26th president of the United States. (B&W)

Mattituck, MK004.jpg
Aerial view of the “Old Mill,” with the Mattituck Inlet at right. Message on the front and addressee information on the back, both handwritten. (B&W)

Riverhead, RC048.jpg
View of the Old Red Mill, as seen from across the Peconic River. Annotation and date, both handwritten, on front. (B&W)

Sag Harbor, SB003.jpg
Exterior view of the historic Customs House. Printed text on verso reads: “First New York State Customs House, Sag Harbor, Long Island, New York. Built in 1789, this was the first State Customs House in New York and the first collector of the port…