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Thomas J. Wylie Old Homestead Hotel. Sign on seconds floor reads: “S. Liebmann’s Sons. Rheingold Teutonic.”

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Exterior view of The Ranger restaurant, on southwest corner of Greenwich and Front Streets, as seen from diagonally across Front Street. Also pictured are Schaller & Weber and Hennig’s Bake Shop.

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Facsimile of a c.1910s photograph of The Lawn Mower Shop (Stevens? & Salzi) and unidentified businesses, possibly on Greenwich Street. A sign on one building reads: “For Particulars of this Property – W.A. Browne Real Estate. 30 Main Street.”

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Receipt from The Huntington Plate & Window Glass Shop for a glass and copper front set, sold to Mr. J. Cantwell. The receipt was for $260.00, which was the remaining balance owed on a charge of $510.00. The store was located at 300 New York Avenue.

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Facsimile of a c.1900s photograph of the southeast corner of Front and Greenwich Streets. Pictured are the Hempstead Inquirer building and several other buildings.

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View of Scheff’s (left) and Pizza D’Amore (partial view), east side of Main Street, between Fulton Ave. and Centre St.

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Sammis Hotel, on Fulton Avenue, east of Main Street (as seen from diagonally across Fulton Avenue) Note: George Washington stopped at then inn in 1790.

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Sammis Hotel, on Fulton Avenue, east of Main Street (as seen from across Fulton Ave.) Note: George Washington stopped at the Inn in 1790. (2 copies, 1 with caption)

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Sammis Hotel, exterior view, wagon parked at right. Note: George Washington stopped at the inn in 1790.
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