Or buy the eBook from one of these retailers
The town of Huntington has a documented history that dates back to its founding in 1653. The harbors were principally involved in shipping and shipbuilding, and the lush land was ideal for agriculture. When the railroad arrived in the 1860s and then later the automobile, Huntington, part of the Gold Coast of Long Island, became a destination for city residents looking for an escape to fresh air, beaches, and comfortable surroundings. Stately mansions were built, and the villages bustled with new businesses, entertainment, and architecture. That era has been captured in the postcards sent and collected during that time, adding to the social history of Huntington.
Arcadia Publishing
: 9781467128179
: Arcadia Publishing
: 04/16/2018
: New York
: Postcard History Series
: 222 Black And White
: 128
: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
  • About the author
  • Reviews
  • Customer Reviews
  • More about this book
About the author
Patricia J. Novak is a lifelong resident of the town of Huntington and attended K–12 schools in the South Huntington School District 13. She is currently a librarian and archivist at the South Huntington Public Library. Previously, she was an assistant archivist at the Town of Huntington's archives and an archivist at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. She is also a member of the Huntington Historical Society.
Customer Reviews
More about this book