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  • Tags: Museums

Sag Harbor, SB011.jpg
Exterior view of the Whalers Museum. Note: Built in 1845, the building was originally the home of Benjamin Huntting, a prominent Sag Harbor citizen who owned whaling ships. It later was the summer home of philanthropist Mrs. Russell Sage until the…

Oyster Bay, OJ026.jpg
View of the c.1851 Victorian master bedroom at the Raynham Hall Museum, which was the Townsend family home from 1738-1941. (Color)

Lawrence, LH001.jpg
Exterior view of Rock Hall Museum, which is a fully-furnished Georgian colonial landmark house. Note: The c.1767 date represents the year in which the structure was built. Two copies. (Color)

Huntington, HQ021.jpg
Exterior view of the Heckscher Museum of Art. (B&W)

East Hampton, ED014.jpg
View of Guild Hall, as seen from across the street. There is a car parked in front. (Hand colored)

East Hampton, ED003.jpg
View of Guild Hall, as seen from across the street. (Color)

Cold Spring Harbor, CL015.jpg
Illustrations of scrimshaw designs on the face and the reverse side of whale’s tooth. (B&W)

Cold Spring Harbor, CL004.jpg
View of two exhibit cases filled with objects concerning whaling. There are harpoons mounted on the wall behind the cases. (B&W)

Cold Spring Harbor, CL003.jpg
View of a whaleboat on display in the museum. (B&W)
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