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Advertisement for George Wheeler, livery stable and stage line operator, May 30, 1885.jpg
Advertisement for George Wheeler, a livery stable and stage line operator, located in Northport, N.Y. Wheeler provided coaches for parties, funerals, and weddings. He also boarded horses by the day or month.

William Street Stables, Stallion in Service advertising flier-1, 1895.jpg
Advertising flier for Clayield, a stallion in service for the Season of 1895, at the William Street Stables.

Joseph Birdsall promise to pay note from Isaac Conklin for the purchase of a horse, 1771.jpg
Promise to pay note for seven pounds and ten shillings from Isaac Conklin to Joseph Birdsall for the purchase of a horse. Note: Birdsall owned a general store in Jerusalem (present-day Wantagh), N.Y. He was also a surveyor, a partner in a grist mill,…

Hempstead, HH105.jpg
“Greetings from” postcard with image of a farmer plowing a field with a walking plow pulled by two horses. Message and addresses information, both handwritten, on verso. (Color)

Mattituck Bakery Wagon, c.1900s.jpg
Unidentified man and girl standing alongside a horse-drawn Mattituck Bakery wagon

Hempstead Photographs 1-44.jpg
Facsimile of a c.1890s photograph of Long Island Express drivers standing alongside their wagons at the Hempstead Long Island Railroad station on Fulton Avenue. The company handled local baggage and express deliveries.

Hempstead Photographs 1-2.jpg
American soldier in World War I uniform, standing with horse at the northeast corner of Franklin Street and Fulton Avenue. Possibly a member of a military funeral procession.

Elmont, EU010.jpg
View of a Secretariat, with blanket of white carnations over his withers and jockey Ron Turcotte up, surrounded by crowd in the winner’s circle after winning the Triple Crown at the Belmont Park Racetrack. Printed text on verso describes image on…
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