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Hempstead Photographs 1-43.jpg
Yin Lee Laundry and several unidentified businesses on the south side of Front Street. Trolley tracks are visible in foreground; Prospect Street School is partially visible in background.

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World War I military funeral? heading west on Fulton Avenue, towards Main Street. People are lined up along both streets to view the procession. The Hempstead Bank building is seen on the corner.

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Workers laying water lines on Front Street in front of Liberty Hall and an upholstery shop. The Town of Hempstead Town Hall building is seen in the background.

William Garner, Sr., receipt for purchase of clothing from Jacob Siedenberg, Mechant Tailor, 1873.jpg
Receipt for payment of $27.75 made by William Garner, Sr., to Jacob Siedenberg, Merchant Tailor, and Dealer in Hats, Caps and Gents' Furnishing Goods, at Hempstead, N.Y., for the purchase of clothing items. Note: Garner was a son of John Garner…

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Two policemen and two other men in front of J. Bacigalupo Fruits and Vegetables, on Main Street. Also pictured (l-r) are The Vogue Shop, an unidentified building (for sale), and a partial view of a dressmaker’s shop.

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View of buildings on the north side of Front St., between Franklin and Main Streets. Pictured are Traub’s furniture (left) and Hempstead Flag Co. (Partyland).

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Town of Hempstead Town Hall, exterior front view. Three men and a dog are standing in front of the main entrance.
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