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Union Hall
Arthur Greene photo looking south on Terryville Road, circa 1900.  The Terryville Union Hall is on right. Thomas Terry was the first of the Terry brothers to settle in the area then known as Cumsewogue.  His house is in background on right. …

First Terryville Post Office
Established in 1888 by Thomas Terry and located in his home on Terryville Road, it is now the site of the Mevlana Mosque. The first postmaster was Preston Terry, son of Scudder H. Terry. The hamlet was first named Terrytown but was quickly changed…

Thomas Wilson Lace Mill
An aerial view of the Thomas Wilson Lace Mill. The mill, started in 1839, was recognized as the country's oldest lace house in the 1950’s. It manufactured lingerie, evening dresses and surgical stockings. The mill was also responsible for the…

Cedarwold Farm, Echo
This bucolic scene, photographed by Arthur Greene, shows the pond at Cedarwold Farm in Echo, circa 1900. Today the farm is the site of Lawrence Aviation.

Cedarwold Farm, Echo
This bucolic scene, photographed by Arthur Greene, shows the valley at Cedarwold Farm in Echo, circa 1900. Today the farm is the site of Lawrence Aviation.

Unit Brick & Tile Company
This photograph by Arthur S. Greene is of the Unit Brick & Tile Company, which was located east of Union Street and south of the LIRR tracks in Port Jefferson Station. The plant opened in 1910 and manufactured U-shaped, concrete blocks made of sand,…

Unit Brick & Tile Company
This pioneering company was located east of Union Street just south of the LIRR tracks in Port Jefferson Station. The factory opened in 1910 and was one of the largest concerns of its kind on Long Island. It could manufacture 12,600 U-shaped concrete…

Herman Stalb & Son Blacksmith
This newspaper article illustrates some of the hazards a blacksmith might encounter in carrying out his craft.

Herman Stalb & Son Blacksmith
The blacksmith shop was located on Railroad Avenue in Echo.

Buttercup Dairy
1961 aerial view of Buttercup Dairy on Boyle Road, Terryville. Buttercup Dairy was noted as one of the finest dairy farms in Suffolk County in the 1950's. Note Scappy's Farm on west side of Boyle Road and Half Mile Road heading east from Old Town…
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