Patchogue, N.Y. - Businesses

#7 South Ocean Avenue, 1924
Type: Photograph

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.

1699 Trolley Picture - South Ocean Ave.
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken on November 13, 1907, of Suffolk Traction Company workers laying trolley tracks on upper South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

Downtown Patchogue Walking Tour
Type: Pamphlet

An architectural and historical walking tour of downtown Patchogue, N.Y.

E. Bailey & Sons float - Parade in Sayville
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph of the E. Bailey & Sons float at a parade in Sayville, N.Y. on July 4, 1916

E. Bailey & Sons, Inc.
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph of the E. Bailey & Sons, Inc. storefront at 26 South Ocean Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

History Of Patchogue
Type: Book

A history of Patchogue, N.Y., written in 1925 by Dr. H. Wellington Gordon, then the recently retired first Superintendent of Schools (UFSD #24, Patchogue, N.Y.), and then Patchogue Village Historian.

McBride's Drug Store
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph of McBride's Drug Store on the corner of East Main Street and North Ocean Avenue in Patchogue, N.Y. The reverse reads:

McBrides Drug Store

now O'Neil's

Dr. Bush upstairs

Lous Desant Lou Lotito

Arthur Hurd Mr. Belzak

Ocean Avenue, Patchogue NY, about 1895
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in about 1895 and showing, from the north, South Ocean Avenue in Patchogue, N.Y.

Prominent are the Methodist Church (with its stained-glass window designed by Tidden & Arnold of Brooklyn) and, to the north of it, one of the buildings associated with the "Patchogue Advance".

Picturesque Patchogue
Type: Newspaper

Special issue of "The Argus" (v. 14 n. 43) titled "Picturesque Patchogue".

Robert E. Foley Construction Company, 1951, Patchogue, N.Y.
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in 1951 and attributed to "J.E. Gray", of the employees of the Robert F. Foley Construction Company in Patchogue, N.Y.

The Record - April 1920
Type: Yearbook

"A bi-monthly publication devoted to the interests of the high school"

The Record - April 1925
Type: Yearbook

"A publication devoted to the interests of the High School"

The Record - April 1926
Type: Yearbook

"A publication devoted to the interests of the High School"

The Record - April 1927
Type: Yearbook

"A publication devoted to the interests of the High School"

The Record - Christmas 1925
Type: Yearbook

"A bi-monthly publication devoted to the interests of the high school"

The Record - Christmas 1926
Type: Yearbook

"A publication devoted to the interests of the High School"

The Record - February 1919
Type: Yearbook

"A bi-monthly publication devoted to the interests of the high school"

The Record - February 2020
Type: Yearbook

"A bi-monthly publication devoted to the interests of the high school"

Tug Joseph Bailey
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in 1929, of the tug boat "Joseph Bailey" transporting, on Patchogue River, building materials for the E. Bailey & Sons mill.

View Of Patchogue, L.I.
Type: Postcard

A collage of black and white photographs of various buildings and streets in Patchogue, N.Y., including the Patchogue Bank Building, Cliffton House, West Main Street, Patchogue Manufacturing Works (a.k.a. the Lace Mill), the Congregational Church, the Soldiers Monument and Public School on Academy Street, the Cliffton House Dock, Ocean Avenue, the Syndicate Building and Post Office, and the Maple Avenue School.

West Main Street, Patchogue, about 1895
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph, taken in about 1895 and showing, from the northeast, West Main Street in Patchogue, N.Y.

Prominent is the John Roe Smith Block (with, on the west side, the Patchogue Bank Building, with the headquarters of the Grand Army of the Republic above), and a sign directing travelers to the stables of the Central Hotel.

[1943 Christmas Greetings]
Type: Photograph

A black and white photograph of the intersection of East Main Street, West Main Street, North Ocean Avenue and South Ocean Avenue in Patchogue, N.Y.

Caption reads:

1943

Christmas Greetings

The "four corners" of Main Street greet our boys and girls in the "four corners" of the Earth and pray for your safe return in the New Year.

The Send-Off and Welcome Home Committee

Draft Board No. 702

[A. Lambert & Co.]
Type: Photograph

A black and white photograph of the A. Lambert & Co. Building in Patchogue, N.Y.

[Blizzard of '88]
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph of the Fishel Department Store and Tower on the corner of North Ocean Avenue and West Main Street in Patchogue, N.Y. during the Great Blizzard of 1888.

[Conklin's Pharmacy]
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph of Conklin's Pharmacy on East Main Street in Patchogue, N.Y. in 1902. The reverse reads:

Presented by Mrs. John Conklin

June 23, 1936

John Conklin, 1902

[E. Bailey & Sons float - Parade in Sayville]
Type: Photograph

A sepia tinted photograph of the E. Bailey & Sons float at a parade in Sayville, N.Y. on July 4, 1916

[Snedecor Coal & Fuel Co., Inc.]
Type: Postcard

A color tinted post card, printed between 1940 and 1969, depicting a 4 lb. bag of charcoal sold by Snedecor Coal & Fuel Co., Inc., located at 118 West Avenue, Patchogue, N.Y.

The reverse side features a brief order form requesting that the company deliver a given number of 4 lb. bags of charcoal to a given name and address.

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