Advertisement for Chas. O. Colvin, carriage and wagon builder, located in Merrick, N.Y. Colvin also was a dealer in carriages, sleighs, and harnesses, and he performed repair work, painting, blacksmithing, etc.
Advertisement for Fred Menendez, dealer in carriages and wagons, located in Bellmore, N.Y. Menendez also sold horse goods, and offered repair, painting, and lettering services. The business was the successor to C.O. Colvin & Co.
Advertisement for Willis B. Burt, builder of carriages, buckboards, spring wagons, and sleighs. Burt, whose factory was located in Northport, N.Y., also offered horseshoeing and general jobbing services.
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.