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Parrish Art / Abstract: THE WORKING HANDS / Twenty 10 – Twenty 12 ….. UPDATED 7.21.18

by April 30, 2018
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    —————————————————– Parrish Art / Abstract: The Working Hands / Twenty 10 – Twenty 12     ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   Dedicated to Ben Krupinski, builder      ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~        ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~       —————————————————–     —————————————————–      —————————————————–    Read more »

NIKOLA TESLA, Inventor

by April 16, 2018
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‘First photograph ever taken by phosphorescent light. The face is that of Mr. Tesla, and the source of light is one of his phosphorescent bulbs. Time of exposure, eight minutes. Date of photograph January, 1894.’ —Century Magazine ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ NIKOLA TESLA, INVENTOR   Born in Smiljan, Croatia, July Read more »

Peconic Land Trust: Preserve Spotlight / 2018 — NEW SUFFOLK WATERFRONT

by February 17, 2018
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Preserve Spotlight / June 2018 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ New Suffolk Waterfront Town of Southold   Community Comes Together to Protect Waterfront for Future Generations ———————– Travel into the heart of New Suffolk hamlet and you will see a dynamic waterfront, with community gardens, marina, bay beach and community gathering spots. Read more »

Peconic Land Trust: Preserve Spotlight / 2017

by January 14, 2017
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Preserve Spotlight / November 2017 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Widow’s Hole Preserve   Greenport  The Trust’s Widow’s Hole Preserve in Greenport greets travelers from the Shelter Island ferry.     Located on the southeastern corner of Fourth and Clark Streets along the Peconic River in Greenport Harbor, the preserve, which is undergoing Read more »

Samuel Longstreth Parrish — 10 Legacies / Southampton

by August 29, 2016
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Samuel Longstreth Parrish, 1849 – 1932 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ SAMUEL LONGSTRETH PARRISH’S 10 LEGACIES    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ——————————————– Parrish Legacy # 1 — “White Fence,” Stanford White, Architect 1889: Parrish’s friend, Stanford White, designs “White Fence” for Samuel’s mother on First Neck Lane in Southampton. For us, her children, was given the inestimable blessing Read more »

Peconic Land Trust: Preserve Spotlight / 2016

by March 10, 2016
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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ PRESERVE OF THE MONTH: FEBRUARY 2016   EAST POINT PRESERVE Hampton Bays   Donated in the memory of Leo Marder in December 1985, by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob K. Fischbach, this beautiful shoreline preserve juts into Shinnecock Bay in the Rampasture area of Read more »

East Hampton Village Nature Trail

by November 17, 2015
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EAST HAMPTON VILLAGE NATURE TRAIL   24 acre nature trail maintained by the Ladies Village Improvement Society, the Village of East Hampton, and the Garden Club of East Hampton. Located in the Village of East Hampton. Parking on David’s Lane. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~  Read more »

Jobs Lane, 1664, Southampton

by February 24, 2015
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JOBS LANE, 1664, SOUTHAMPTON It may seem strange that the Lane was not opened until sixteen years after Main Street (Ye Towne Street) was laid out–in 1648. The reason is that an impassable swamp extended north from Lake Agawam. The first dry-shod crossing to the western part of the Village Read more »

Huntting Lane & Nature Trail, East Hampton

by August 18, 2014
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Huntting Lane, East Hampton   This postcard, looking down Huntting Lane from Main Street, is dated 1910. Today, the street and sidewalk are paved and trees have matured, but the character of Huntting Lane has not significantly changed. Photo Courtesy of East Hampton Library, Ginsberg Postcard Collection.  ——————————— When Huntting Read more »

Ocean Avenue & Main Beach, East Hampton

by May 27, 2014
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 Ocean Avenue, East Hampton ———————————————————– Ocean Avenue postcard from the Harvey Ginsberg Postcard Collectiion, courtesy of the East Hampton Library, Long Island Collection. East Hampton’s early summer colony developed along Calf Pasture Lane, which led from the south end of Main Street through pastureland to the beach by Hook Pond. Read more »