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Pantigo Windmill, Behind "Home Sweet Home" Cottage


Samuel H. Gottscho




The mill was moved to its current location in 1917 by Gustav Buek, who at that time owned the "Home Sweet Home" cottage, now a museum.


printed on back of print: Photograph No. 17040 Samuel H. Gottscho 150-35 86th Ave. Jamaica, New York ; Printed on paper label affixed to back of print: MILL owned by the Village of EAST HAMPTON located at the rear of the HOME SWEET HOME COTTAGE. It overlooks the village green and Montauk Highway. This mill is filled with early farming and fishing gear. It has not been operable in many years. It is open to the public. The Queens Borough Public Library ; handwritten on back of print: 17040 Wind Mill Near John Howard Payne house Easthampton


14 James Lane, East Hampton, NY 11937


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