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  • Tags: bakeries

Rudolph Stube,  advertising card, c.1890s.jpg
Advertising card for Rudolph Stube High Class Bakery. Text describes products, service, and location of the bakery. (B&W)

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

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

Hempstead Photographs 1-14.jpg
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 1-12.jpg
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.

Advertisement for the R.S. Seabury Bakery and Grocery store, Feb. 12, 1859.jpg
Advertisement for the R.S. Seabury Bakrey [sic] and Grocery store, which was located in Hempstead, N.Y. Items sold at the store included breads, cakes, crackers, sugar, molasses, pork, candles, soap, and flour.

Advertisement for Simon Soulard's bakery and confectionary, July 6, 1848.jpg
Advertisement for Simon Soulard's new bakery and confectionary in Roslyn, N.Y. Items advertised included large bread, cakes, candies, etc.
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