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Hempstead Photographs 1-9.jpg
Facsimile of a c.1930s photograph of the Bohack Building, at southwest corner of Fulton Avenue and Washington Street. Businesses pictured (l-r): H.C. Bohack Co, Inc.; McEnery’s Furniture; and New York Telephone Co. (later became Georges Furniture…

Hempstead Photographs 1-11.jpg
Building on at southwest corner of Little Main and Front Streets, as seen from across Front Street. Pictured (l-r): Madame Annette and John Schwartz retail clothing shops. Offices on second floor include E. Dahlman (surgeon-dentist); Samuel S.…

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Buildings on Front Street, as seen from across intersection of Front and Little Main Street (South Main Street). Businesses pictured are Hennig’s Bake Shop (left) and T & P Furniture. Prospect School on Peninsula Boulevard is at right.

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Businesses on south side of Front Street, just west of Main Street. Pictured (l-r): Braggs Men’s Clothing, Arthur’s Auto Supply, unidentified, a delicatessen, and a hardware store.

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Businesses on Main Street. Pictured (l-r): Heller’s (clothes maker), stationery store, the Betty Shop, Arthur’s Auto Supplies, Main Street Quality Bakery; Miller Cords is located on second floor. Note: Portrait of unidentified woman and child on…

Hempstead Photographs 1-15.jpg
Businesses on Main Street. Pictured (l-r): New York Bakery, unidentified retail store, Federal System of Bakeries, The Reliable Jeweler

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Facsimile of a c.1910s photograph of businesses on the north side of Main Street, west of Fulton Avenue. Pictured (l-r): a gas station, Wm. L. Kitchell (optometrist), a tire service shop, and a bakery.

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Carman family house, northeast corner of Fulton and Terrace Avenues. Note: The Telephone Exchange building was later built on this site in 1930.
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