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Howard Clothes building, on northwest corner of Main and Front Streets (as seen from across Main St.)

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View of Men’s Shoes by John Ward (partial view) , A.L. Frank’s building, and partial view of Ferrara Decorators (Upholstery Shop), on Main St., between Fulton Ave. and Front St.

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View of Chromica, at corner of Peninsula Blvd. and Greenwich Street (looking north across Peninsula Blvd.)

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Four men standing in the street outside A.M. Day Real Estate on Fulton Avenue. One man is leaning on a long beam of wood held up by two sawhorses. Also pictured are W.A. Brown Real Estate and Insurance (left) and a furniture repair shop.

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American soldier in World War I uniform, standing with horse at the northeast corner of Franklin Street and Fulton Avenue. Possibly a member of a military funeral procession.

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Facsimile of a c.1900s photograph of the Birdsall Post General Store, northwest corner of Main Street and Fulton Avenue

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Facsimile of a March 1888 photograph of a group of men standing on the sidewalk of the east side of Main Street, near the R.G. Powell Undertaker building, after the Blizzard of 1888. The street is buried with huge snow drifts.

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Hempstead Photographs 1-5.jpg
Facsimile of a March 1888 photograph of the northeast corner of Front and Main Streets after the Blizzard of 1888. People are gathered outside businesses, looking at huge snow drifts.

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Facsimile of a March 1888 photograph of the southeast corner of Main Street and Fulton Avenue after the Blizzard of 1888. There are people on the sidewalks in front of businesses and houses. Businesses include a butcher shop, J.R. Worth (silverware),…

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Facsimile of a photograph of the west side of Main Street, between Fulton Avenue and Front Street, after the Blizzard of 1888. A small number of people are on the sidewalks and in the streets, which are covered with huge snow drifts.
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