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Nigro: A DUCK’S TAIL — Children’s Book w/ Illustrations by Tom H. John

by November 17, 2015
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Reeves Bay ArtWorks Hatches First Book on The Big Duck Reeves Bay ArtWorks announces the official publication of A Duck’s Tail by Rose Nigro. Subtitled “The Story of The Big Duck and the Small Town that Loves Her,” the children’s book was introduced by the local author during an Read more »

The Remsenburg Association — A HISTORY OF REMSENBURG, 2003

by July 20, 2015
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Published by The Remsenburg Association, 2003 Available at Books & Books, Westhampton Beach www.booksandbookswhb.com ______________________________________________

Greene: BRIDGEHAMPTON’S SUMMER COLONY / Images of America Series

by June 17, 2015
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  The hamlet of Bridgehampton was settled in 1656 and aptly named for the bridge that was built to connect the settlements of Mecox and Sagaponack. Ninety miles from New York City, this rural farming community was transformed by the arrival of the Long Island Rail Road in 1870. Read more »

Cummings: SOUTHAMPTON / Images of America Series

by June 16, 2015
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  Author Mary Cummings was born and raised in Southampton. She has been associate editor at the Southampton Press, and, as a freelance writer, a contributor to The New York Times Long Island Weekly and many other publications. She is currently the manager of the Archives and Research Center Read more »

Spanburgh: SOUTHAMPTON COTTAGES OF SOUTH MAIN STREET

by April 17, 2015
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The large summer residences along South Main Street are just part of the reason why Southampton was once known as “the Newport of Long Island.” In July of 1887, The New York Sun proclaimed Southampton as “the most charming of all small cities by the sea.” South Main Street, Read more »

Spanburgh: The Southampton COTTAGES OF GIN LANE / Original Hamptons Summer Colony

by April 6, 2015
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The beauty and stateliness of Southampton is captured in Gin Lane’s summer cottages. Founded in 1640 on the eastern end of Long Island, Southampton is New York’s oldest English settlement. In its seaside scenes and structures, it still exudes importance and historicism. Nowhere is this grandeur more evident than Read more »

Hefner: ALFRED A. SCHEFFER BEACH HAMPTON HOUSES, 1941 to 1965

by December 29, 2014
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By Robert Hefner. Photography by Jeff Heatley. With research by John Gibson. Book design by Colin Goldberg. Published by Zwirko & Ortmann Architects, P.C. Hampton Lane Press. When the architect Alfred A. Scheffer died in 1976, he was eulogized as the “dean of East Hampton’s architects” with more than 100 houses and public buildings Read more »

JACKSON POLLOCK Monograph by Helen A. Harrison

by September 23, 2014
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  Jackson Pollock monograph by Helen A. Harrison _____________________________ The latest title in the new Focus series from Phaidon Press is Jackson Pollock, by Helen A. Harrison, published in September 2014. The series, which includes monographs on Francis Bacon, Joseph Beuys, Anselm Kiefer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Robert Rauschenberg, Read more »

Southold Historical Society: PLUM ISLAND — A World Unto Itself

by September 6, 2014
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Chaskey: SEEDTIME — On The History, Husbandry, Politics & Promise of Seeds

by February 12, 2014
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  Seedtime: On the History, Husbandry, Politics and Promise of Seeds ——————————————— Quail Hill Farm’s Director, Farmer and Poet Scott Chaskey just published his second non-fiction book, Seedtime: On the History, Husbandry, Politics and Promise of Seeds.  Scott’s newly-released book examines the worldwide changes in bio-diversity Read more »

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