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Wilson Lace Mill Jim Anderson 1937-380001_1.jpg
Jim Anderson worked at the Thomas Wilson Lace Mill and was Thomas Hummel's Great Uncle.

Walter James Hummel and friends 19160001_1.jpg
Walter James Hhummela nd friends, including Charles Anderson, April 1916.

Jim Anderson with construction of Lace mill equip0001_1.jpg

home of Thomas Hummel 400 Old Post Road Port Jeff0001_1.jpg
Home of Thomas Hummel, located at 400 Old Post Road, Port Jefferson, fabricated in part with lumber from Camp Upton, early 1920s.

Anna May Anderson Hummel Wilson Lace Mill0002_1.jpg
Anna May Anderssen Hummel standing outside the Wilson Mill with friends and possibly Mrs. Thomas Wilson. The stack in the background confirms Port Jefferson Station location.

2 hunting dogs of Walter James Hummel0001_1.jpg
Two hunting dogs belonging to Walter James Hummel, who fed his family on rabbits and pheasants in Port Jefferson and Setauket.

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Leavers Lace book and pay stub belonging to Michael D. Gajda, who worked at the Thomas Wilson Lace Mill.

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Ticket for 45th Annual Clambake, sponsored by the Polish American Independence Club
Sunday, September 2, 2001
Outdoor picnic starts at 3 PM
Music and dancing 5-9 PM
Featuring "Mike Niemiec's Variety Band"
Chicken-Corn-Soda, Donation $14 per…

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Ticket for Spring Fling Dinner & Dance sponsored by the Polish American Independent Club Saturday March 10, 2001, 7 PM - 12:30 AM Corned beef & cabbage dinner, music and dancing, featuring "The G-Men"
Donation: $16 per person, free tap beer only

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Ticket to the Polish Food Feast Family Banquet, sponsored by the Polish American Independent Club
Sunday, February 11, 2001, 2-6 PM
Includes assorted variety of Polish Foods- Pierogi, bigos, salaty, kielbasa, kapusta, nalezniki, chrusciki, golabki,…
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