Photograph Collection

#7 South Ocean Avenue, 1924

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in 1924, of Edgar A. Sharp's real estate and insurance business, located on South Ocean Avenue in Patchogue, N.Y.

3 A.[?].C. France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in June of 1919, of a chapel somewhere in France.

American Legion B'ldg. Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the American Legion building in Patchogue, N.Y.

American Warship off Venice, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, of an American warship off the coast of Venice, Italy.

An Interesting Profile Of The Late Marguerite Fowler La Porte

The reverse reads:

"The strong features of the full blood type of Montauk are evident in the face of Marguerite Fowler La Porte. This photo of her was taken on the back porch of her home in Freetown, a hamlet in East Hampton to which the Indians were moved from Montauk in 1875.

Compare this photo of her to those taken when she was a girl for an interesting contrast. See Photos 4 and 11 in this Set. In Photo 13, Set 1 there is a very good front face photo of Mrs. La Porte."

Another Interesting Photo Of Martha Broadman

The caption reads:

"This is another study of Martha Broadman with a change in hairstyling. In photo No. 13 she is shown with her hair in curls.

Like in the preceding photo the beauty of Martha Broadman is beyond doubt."

Antwerp, Belgium, Nov. 1919

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, in Antwerp, Belgium.

Appian Way, Rome, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the Appian Way in Rome, Italy.

Appian Way, Rome, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the Appian Way in Rome, Italy.

B.P.O.E., Patchogue, L.I.

The building of the Benevolent And Protective Order Of Elks which later became the Patchogue Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

Bailey & Sons Planing Mill, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of E. Bailey & Sons planing mill, Patchogue, N.Y.

Bailey's Mills And Patchogue River

A black and white photograph of the Bailey lumber yard and mill, Patchogue, N.Y.

Bay Avenue, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of Bay Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Blarney Castle, Blarney, Ireland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Blarney Castle, Blarney, County Cork, Ireland.

British Gun Boat, Zeebrugge, Belgium

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a British gun goat in the waters off Zeebrugge, Belgium.

Brookwood England WW1 Military Cemetery

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in 1919, of the Brookwood Military Cemetery in Surrey, England.

Camp Upton 2514 Pivco 308th Inf.

A sepia tinted photograph of the 308th Infantry at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1914-1918 World War.

Cardiff, Wales, 3/10/19

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in Cardiff, Wales on March 10, 1919, of Edgar A. Sharp.

Christian Science Church, Patchogue

A black and white photograph of the Christian Science Church in Patchogue, N.Y.

Clifton House, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Cliffton Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

East Main Street

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

East Main Street

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

East Main Street Showing Old Mill, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Old Mill, also known as the Sweezey Mill, beside East Lake, a.k.a. Swan Lake, East Patchogue, N.Y.

East Main Street, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Edgar A. Sharp, in charge of Knights Of Columbus, Rep. in W.W.I

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp while involved in construction work with the Knights Of Columbus.

Fire Dept. Headquarters, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Fire Department building on Lake Street in Patchogue, N.Y., approximately 1905, with two hose carts visible.

Firmen's [sic] Parade, Patchogue, N.Y.

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., looking northeast from Ocean Avenue, during a Firemen's Parade.

First Baptist Church, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the First Baptist Church on South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Gap Of Dunloe, Killarney

A sepia tinted photograph, taken on January 24, 1919 in the Gap of Dunloe, County Kerry, Ireland of (left to right) Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp (?), Edgar A. Sharp, and an unidentified man.

Geneva, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, in Geneva, Italy. The people pictured are (left to right) Edgar A. Sharp (?), an unidentified woman, and Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp (?).

Germany

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp (fourth from the left), accompanied by five unidentified persons.

High School, Patchogue, N.Y.

A black and white drawing of the High School on Academy Street in Patchogue, N.Y.

Hotel Clifton, Patchogue, L.I., N.Y.

A black and white photograph of the Cliffton Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

Jewish Center, Patchogue

A black and white photograph of the Jewish Center in Patchogue, N.Y.

Killarney, Ireland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp at Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland, possibly accompanied by Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp.

L.I.R.R. Station, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Long Island Railroad station in Patchogue, N.Y.

Lakes Of Killarney, Ireland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the Lakes Of Killarney, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland.

Lakes Of Killarney, Ireland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the Lakes Of Killarney, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland.

Lakes Of Killarney, Ireland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the Lakes Of Killarney, Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland.

Long Island Railroad Station, [?]

A black and white photograph of the Long Island Railroad station in Patchogue, N.Y.

Lourdes, France, Dec. 1919

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in December of 1919, of an unidentified building in Lourdes, France.

Main St. And Ocean Ave. Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., looking northeast from Ocean Avenue.

Main St., Looking West From Ocean Ave., Patchogue, L.I. N.Y.

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., looking west from Ocean Avenue.

Main Street Looking East, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Main Street Looking East, Patchogue, Long Island, N.Y.

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., approximately 1938.

Main Street Looking West, Patchogue, L.I., N.Y.

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Main Street Showing Trolley, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of a trolley on West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., with the Swezey & Newins Co. building visible on the right side.

Main Street, From Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., looking west from Ocean Avenue.

Main Street, Looking East, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Main Street, Looking West, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., with a banner for Central Hotel visible.

Main Street, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Main Street, Patchogue, L.I. Looking West

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., with a banner for Central Hotel visible.

Main Street, West From Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Maple Ave., Patchogue, N.Y.

A black and white photograph of Maple Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Martha Boardman And Her Daughter

The caption reads:

"This is an interesting photo of Martha Boardman and her daughter taken around the year of 1874. This photo proves that many of the Shinnecock women were very comely and beautiful."

Mascot Hotel, Patchogue, L.I., N.Y.

A black and white photograph of the Mascot Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

Methodist Episcopal Church, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Patchogue, N.Y.

Monaco

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of some cannons in Monaco. The man in the foreground is Edgar A. Sharp, accompanied by two unidentified women.

Newspaper Convention

A sepia tinted photograph of a newspaper convention, held at an unknown hotel and at an unknown date.

Nice, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the coast of Nice, France.

No on [sic] Hour At The Lace Mills, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Lace Mill, Patchogue, N.Y.

North Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of North Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., approximately 1910.

Ocean Ave., Looking North From Main Street, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of North Ocean Avenue in Patchogue, N.Y.

Ocean Ave., Looking North Showing M.E. Church And Union Savings Bank, Patchogue L.I. N.Y.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north toward Main Street, showing the M.E. Church and the Union Savings Bank.

Ocean Ave., Showing St. Francis de Sales R.C. Church, [?]

A black and white photograph of the Saint Francis de Sales R.C. Church in Patchogue, N.Y.

Ocean Ave., Showing Unique Theatre, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of North Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking south, showing the Unique Theatre.

Ocean Ave., South, from Main St., Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking south from Main Street.

Ocean Ave., South, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking south from Main Street.

Ocean Avenue

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north.

Ocean Avenue Looking North, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of North Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Ocean Avenue Looking South, Patchogue, L.I., N.Y.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking south.

Ocean Avenue, Looking South, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking south.

Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north toward Main Street.

Paris 1918

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in 1918, of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France.

Patchogue High School, Patchogue, L.I., N.Y.

A black and white photograph of Patchogue High School, Patchogue, N.Y.

Patchogue Lace Mills, Patchogue, [?]

A black and white photograph of the Lace Mill, Patchogue, N.Y. "Eugene P. Smith, Pharmacist" written in lower left corner.

Patchogue Lake Factory, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Lace Mill, Patchogue, N.Y.

Patchogue River North From R.R. Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of Patchogue River, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north from the railroad, with the Lace Mill in the background, sometime in the 1890s.

Patchogue, N.Y. Baptist Church

A black and white photograph of the Baptist Church on Academy Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Patchogue, N.Y. Bay Avenue

A black and white photograph of Bay Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Patchogue, N.Y. Congregational Church

A black and white photograph of the Congregational Church in Patchogue, N.Y.

Patchogue, N.Y. Decoration Day Parade

Participants in Patchogue's Decoration Day Parade, dressed to represent the original Thirteen Colonies.

Patchogue, N.Y. Ocean Ave.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north.

Patchogue, N.Y. Old Red House

A black and white photograph of the "Old Red House" in Patchogue, N.Y.

Reims, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a house of worship in Reims, France.

Reims, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a house of worship in Reims, France.

Rhine River, Koblenz, Germany

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of two sailing vessels in the Rhine River in Koblenz, Germany.

Roe's Hotel, Patchogue, L.I. N.Y.

A black and white photograph of Roe's Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

Rome, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Rome, Italy.

Roof Of Milan Cathedral, Milan, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp, accompanied by two women, one of whom may be Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp, at Milan Cathedral in Milan, Italy.

Ruins, Pompei, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of the ruins in Pompei, Italy. The woman on the left may be Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp, and the man on the right is unidentified.

Ruins, Rome, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of some ruins in Rome, Italy.

Scotland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of some sheep in Scotland.

Selectee Barracks - Reception Center

A black and white photograph of selectee barracks at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

Shetland Islands, Scotland

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in August of 1919, of a structure somewhere on the Shetland Islands in Scotland.

Shinnecock Children Of Another Generation

The caption reads:

"This is an interesting photo of four Shinnecock children taken around the early 1900's. The boy kneeling is Deforest Cuffee and boy behind him is his brother Cortland. They were the sons of Eugene Cuffee and Ida Beaman Cuffee of the Shinnecock tribe.

The younger boy is still living and is one of the officials of the Shinnecock church."

Shinnecock Grandmother, Grandaughter, And Great Grandsons, June 1940

The caption reads:

"Mrs. Lillian Lee, the grandmother, is shown in this photo with her grandaughter, Mrs. Vivian Carl and her great grandsons, Gary and Douglass Carl. This photo was taken in front of the Williams homestead on the Shinnecock Reservation.

The little boys are now grown men and both served their country in the armed forces. Mrs. Lee is deceased but the mother and sons still live on the reservation. (April 25, 1969)"

Shylocks Store, Used In Merchant Of Venice, Venice, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a commercial establishment in Venice, Italy. The annotator of the photograph contends that it was William Shakespeare's model for Shylock's store in "The Merchant Of Venice".

Smithport Hotel, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Smithport Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

So. Ocean Avenue And Main Street, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north toward Main Street, with a sign for Harding And Feynman Dry Goods, Shoes, Clothing visible.

Soldier's Monument & Public School, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Soldier's Monument at the Academy Street, Patchogue, N.Y. public school.

St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of St. Paul's Episcopal Church on Rider Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

St. Peters Church, Rome, Italy, Dec. 1919

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in December of 1919, of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, Italy. In the foreground is Edgar A. Sharp, accompanied by two women, one of whom may be Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp.

The "Cliffton" Driveway, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the driveway of the Cliffton Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

The "Mascot House", Patchogue, L.I.

A tinted photograph of the water-facing side of the Mascot Hotel, Patchogue, N.Y., including the entrance to its Dining Room, with "R.A. Budd" listed as proprietor.

The Bay [?] From Ocean [Avenue?] [?] Patchogue [?]

A black and white photograph of Patchogue Bay, seen from South Ocean Avenue (?), Patchogue, N.Y., with a Suffolk Traction Company trolley visible on the left.

The Lovely Harriet Joseph And Her Husband Vincent Of Shelter Island

The reverse reads:

"In Set No. 1 in photo 10, Harriet Joseph and her husband Vincent also appear but in that photo both were in Sunday attire. Harriet Joseph was an Indian of one of the New England tribes, possibly Mohegan or Wampanoag. She was the niece of Captain Samuel Butler who married Olive Fowler of the Montauks.

The couple made their home on Shelter Island which is rendered in the Montauk dialect as Manhansett-ahaoquahs a wanuck (Island Sheltered by Islands)."

The Lyceum, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Lyceum Theater in Patchogue, N.Y.

The Old Mill, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Old Mill, also known as the Sweezey Mill, beside East Lake, a.k.a. Swan Lake, East Patchogue, N.Y.

The Old Oak Hotel, Patchogue, N.Y.

A black and white photograph of the Old Oak Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

The Patchogue Hotel, Patchogue, Long Island, N.Y.

A black and white photograph of the Patchogue Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

The R.R. Station, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Long Island Railroad station in Patchogue, N.Y.

Three Shinnecocks Of Yesteryear

The caption reads:

"An excellent photo of three Shinnecocks taken shortly before the year of 1914. Wickham Cuffee is seated on the left and the woman on the right is Fanny Bunn who was the mother of Ada Bunn who appears in Photo 40.

Wickham's wife Ellen is standing in the center. She has an old walking stick in her hand probably fashioned by her husband."

Venice, Italy

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Venice, Italy.

Versailles, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a fountain in Versailles, France.

Versailles, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a fountain in Versailles, France.

Versailles, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in December of 1919, of a fountain in Versailles, France.

Versailles, France

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a fountain in Versailles, France.

View Of East Main Street

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

Wilmott M. Smith's Grammer School, Patchogue, L.I.

A black and white photograph of the Smith Grammar School on Bay Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Xeller's Restaurant And Grill, Montauk Highway, Patchogue, Long Island, N.Y.

A black and white photograph of Xeller's Restaurant And Grill in Patchogue, N.Y.

[American Warship off Venice, Italy]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, of an American warship off the coast of Venice, Italy.

[Boys of 60 "6" Camp Upton WWI]

The reverse reads: Boys of 60 "6" Camp Upton WWI Back Row left to right ? Doty NY Jack Dimond NY Magavero NY Second Row Sgt. McGinty NY John "Matons" "The Newsboy" 1st Sgt. Greenfield NY Geo Eberhardt Phils Sgt. Brooks Johnstown PA

[Camp Upton Barracks]

A sepia tinted photograph of some barracks at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1914-1918 World War.

[Camp Upton World War I Barracks]

A sepia tinted photograph of some soldiers at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1914-1918 World War.

[Camp Upton, N.Y.]

A sepia tinted photograph of some soldiers at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1914-1918 World War. A vehicle with 'U.S. Dental Motor Car, N[?]' can be seen behind the soldiers.

[Chapel At Camp Upton, N.Y.]

A sepia tinted photograph of a service at the chapel at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[Drug Department At Camp Upton]

A sepia tinted photograph of a drug storage area at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1914-1918 World War.

[East Main Street]

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y.

[East Main Street]

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., with a banner for Roe's Hotel and a placard for Drs. Reeve And Overton, Dentists visible.

[East Main Street]

A black and white photograph of East Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., with a banner for Roe's Hotel visible.

[Edgar A. Sharp]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp at an unknown location.

[Edgar A. Sharp]

A photograph, taken at an unknown location and at an unknown time, of Edgar A. Sharp.

[Edgar A. Sharp]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken at an unknown location and at an unknown time, of Edgar A. Sharp.

[Edgar A. Sharp]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken at an unknown location and at an unknown time, of Edgar A. Sharp.

[Edgar A. Sharp]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in 1918, of Edgar A. Sharp.

[Four Corners]

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., looking northwest from Ocean Avenue at the Swezey Building, with a sign for William Bailey, Ladies And Gents Tailor visible.

[France, Nov. 1919]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, of a structure somewhere in France, presumably damaged in the first World War. The woman in the photograph may be Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp.

[Headquarters Of The Knights Of Columbus A[?] Of Occupation, [?] Office]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp (left), accompanied by two unidentified men, in front of a headquarters of the Knights Of Columbus.

[Luxembourg Parc]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in Paris, France in the aftermath of the first World War, of Edgar A. Sharp (right) and an unknown associate.

[Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp?]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of a woman, who may be Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp, sitting in front of some statuary at an unknown location.

[New Mess Hall - Reception Center]

A black and white photograph of the new mess hall at the Reception Center at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[Officers Club - Camp Upton]

A sepia tinted photograph of the Officers Club at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[Patchogue Lace Mill]

A black and white photograph of the Lace Mill, Patchogue, N.Y., approximately 1910.

[Post Headquarters in earlier days]

A sepia tinted photograph of the Post Headquarters at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[Probing For Land Mines]

A black and white photograph of soldiers probing for land mines at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[Reims, France, Nov. 1919]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, of a house of worship in Reims, France, presumably damaged in the first World War.

[Reims, France, Nov. 1919]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, of a house of worship in Reims, France, presumably damaged in the first World War. The woman in the center of the photograph may be Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp.

[Reims, France, Nov. 1919]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in November of 1919, of a structure in Reims, France, presumably damaged in the first World War. The man in the foreground may be Edgar A. Sharp.

[Snowball Fight]

A sepia tinted photograph of a snowball fight between some soldiers at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[Snowball Fight]

A sepia tinted photograph of a snowball fight between some soldiers at Camp Upton, N.Y. during the 1939-1945 World War.

[South Ocean Avenue]

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking south.

[South Ocean Avenue]

A black and white photograph of South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y., looking north.

[The Patchogue Hotel, Patchogue, N.Y.]

A black and white photograph of the Patchogue Hotel in Patchogue, N.Y.

[Two Soldiers]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the First World War, of two unidentified soldiers.

[Unknown]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of an unidentified location.

[Unknown]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of an unidentified location.

[Unknown]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of two sailing vessels.

[Unknown]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of (right to left) Edgar A. Sharp, Mrs. Edgar A. Sharp (?), and an unidentified man.

[Unknown]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in the aftermath of the first World War, of an unidentified individual.

[West Main Street]

A black and white photograph of West Main Street, Patchogue, N.Y., looking northwest from Ocean Avenue, showing the Swezey & Newins building.

[Zeebrugge, Belgium]

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in late 1919, of some sailing vessels in the waters off Zeebrugge, Belgium.

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