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Date: April 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29588
Description: 69th Street - (aka old Juniper Ave.) View looking south by southeast on 69th St. just north of Juniper Valley Rd. (formerly Juniper Swamp Rd.). The peak roof house is the Ferguson House, circa 1840 (W ... More
Date: 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29819
Description: 69th Street - (aka old Juniper Ave.) Looking north by northeast on 69th St. from Juniper Valley Road (former Juniper Swamp Road). Far Left is the Ferguson House, ca. 1840. Low frame building in the ce ... More
Date: 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29703
Description: Abraham Rapelye House - View looking south along Bowery Bay Road aka Jackson Mill Road, now 94th St. at the curve south of Ditmars Blvd. Built by Judge James Hazard [?] (d. 1765) shortly after 1724, w ... More
Date: March 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29752
Description: Bowery Bay Road - Looking NE out across the mouth of the creek to Flushing Bay from Bowery Bay Road, aka Jackson Mill Road (now 94th St.) near the bridge over Jacksons Mill Pond at North Beach.
Date: 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29627
Description: Bowery Bay Road - Looking NE along the old Bowery Bay Road, aka Jackson Mill Road (now 94th Street) from the bridge over Jacksons Mill Pond. The trolley tracks are for the Junction Ave. (Blvd.) Line ( ... More
Date: May 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29518
Description: Junction Boulevard Trolley Loop - Houses and some type of shop or factory building to the left on the northern end of the Junction Blvd. (now 94th Street) Trolley Loop, probably on the former Sanford ... More
Date: 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:25766
Description: Jeremiah Casey Houses - Two houses with peaked roofs belonged to Jeremiah Casey, a blacksmith, in 1873. this is on north side of Queens Blvd., about opposite Laconia Ave. (56th Ave.). The house with t ... More
Date: April 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:25890
Description: Juniper Avenue - Now 69th St. View of the east side of Juniper Ave. looking north between 61st Drive and 62nd Ave., opposite the Henry Gerner House. Small frame house was owned by E. Liney 1873, Herte ... More
Date: 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:26045
Description: Meyer Houses - Two Cord Meyer Houses on the south side of Grand Ave. between Rust St. and 59th St. View is looking west from 59th St., at far right a Grand St. trolley is partially visible. Photo take ... More
Date: 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:25599
Description: Queens Boulevard - Looking east along the north side of Queens Blvd. The peaked house opposite 56th Ave. on the left was Mrs. Raymond's House (1873) (later Jeremiah Casey's House, 1891), the flat roof ... More
Date: March 1923
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29805
Description: Riker Rapelye-Lent House - (Riker House, Isaac Rapelye Jr., aka Lent, aka Smith). The house is left of center and was built ca. 1729 at Bowery Bay, and is still standing at 78-03 19th Avenue. The Rike ... More
Date: 1922
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29832
Description: 69th Street - (aka old Juniper Ave.) View N-NE on 69th Street at Juniper Valley Road (formerly Juniper Swamp Rd.) at left is the Ferguson House, built ca. 1840. The 1892 structure of Newtown District ... More
Date: 1922
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29876
Description: Shirt-Tail Row - (aka Shirt Tail Road, Shirttail Row) Workers Houses of the Sampson's Oil Cloth Factory (Alden Sampson & Sons Oil Cloth), built in the 19th Century, and located on the SE corner 59th D ... More
Date: 1922
Type: Black and white photograph
Identifier: aql:29770
Description: T. Hallett House - Looking NE at the curve on east side of Fresh Pond Road at Mount Olivet Crescent (59th Drive), the curve was eliminated later in 1920's. House in center at the turn was owned by T. ... More
Authors: William J. Rugen
Date: early 1900s
Type: black and white print; digital image
Identifier: aql:15018
Description: A view of a Long Island Rail Road overpass, probably the Montauk line, somewhere in Blue Point. On the street in the foreground can be seen the tracks of the Suffolk Traction Company.