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Jamaica: John Gracy House, 502 Fulton Street, east of Canal, 1924. Demolished 1925.
Jamaica: John Gracy House, 502 Fulton Street, east of Canal, 1924. Demolished 1925.
Jamaica: John Hendrickson House, south side of Springfield Road, about 500 feet east of Oak Street, 1922.
Jamaica: John Hendrickson House, west side of Farmers Avenue opposite Higby Avenue and south of Merrick Road, 1923.
Jamaica: John McLoughlin, east  side of Beaver Street, rear on Fleet Street southwest of Tator [?] House, 1923. [Judges Chop House.]
Jamaica: John McLoughlin, east  side of Beaver Street, rear on Fleet Street southwest of Tator [?] House, 1923. [Judges Chop House.]
Jamaica: John Van Wicklen homestead (also known as Three Old Maids House), northeast corner of Old South Road and Trotting Course Lane, 1922.
Jamaica: John Williamson House, west side of Sutphin Boulevard (old Rockaway Road) on line of 112th Avenue, 1922.
Jamaica: Josiah Brown House, 332 South Street, 1923. Later John Case House.
Jamaica: Josiah Brown House, 332 South Street, 1923. Later John Case House.
Jamaica: Judge R. Busteed [?] House, northeast corner of Jamica Avenue and 173rd Street, 1923. Second site.
Jamaica: Judge R. Busteed [?] House, northeast corner of Jamica Avenue and 173rd Street, 1923. Second site.
Jamaica: Lamberson House, west side of Farmers Avenue about 250 feet south of Merrick Road, opposite the Methodist Church, 1923.
Jamaica: Lamberson House, west side of Farmers Avenue about 250 feet south of Merrick Road, opposite the Methodist Church, 1923.
Jamaica: Lamberson House, west side of Farmers Avenue about 250 feet south of Merrick Road, opposite the Methodist Church, 1923.
Jamaica: Long Island Rail Road depot, southwest corner of Sutphin Boulevard and Archer Place [i.e. Archer Avenue?], 1922. Built on the old Kissam farm.
Jamaica: Long Island Rail Road depot, southwest corner of Sutphin Boulevard and Archer Place [i.e. Archer Avenue?], 1922. Built on the old Kissam farm.
Jamaica: Long Island Rail Road depot, southwest corner of Sutphin Boulevard and Archer Place [i.e. Archer Avenue?], 1922. Built on the old Kissam farm.
Jamaica: M.L. Maguire's Pine Grove, north side Liberty Avenue opposite Pine Grove Street, 1922.
Jamaica: M.L. Maguire's Pine Grove, north side Liberty Avenue opposite Pine Grove Street, 1922.
Jamaica: M.L. Maguire's Pine Grove, north side Liberty Avenue opposite Pine Grove Street, 1922.
Jamaica: Maple Grove Summer Garden at the junction of Jamaica Avenue (north side), Metropolitan Avenue, and Kew Gardens Road (Kenton Road), 1923.
Jamaica: Maple Grove Summer Garden at the junction of Jamaica Avenue (north side), Metropolitan Avenue, and Kew Gardens Road (Kenton Road), 1923.
Jamaica: Maple Grove Summer Garden at the junction of Jamaica Avenue (north side), Metropolitan Avenue, and Kew Gardens Road (Kenton Road), 1923.
Jamaica: Mrs. G.E. Ely House (C.E. Van Winter's blacksmith shop), Hawtree Creek Road and Lincoln Avenue, 1922.
Jamaica: Murphy House and blacksmithy, just east of Dexter Park, Woodhaven, 1922.
Jamaica: Murphy House and blacksmithy, just east of Dexter Park, Woodhaven, 1922.
Jamaica: New York Boulevard north of Water Street opposite Jamaica Race Track, 1922.
Jamaica: New York Boulevard north of Water Street opposite Jamaica Race Track, 1922.
Jamaica: Oldfield Hendrickson House, north side of Hollis Avenue at about 199th Street, Hollis, 1923.
Jamaica: Oldfield Hendrickson House, north side of Hollis Avenue at about 199th Street, Hollis, 1923. Opposite Isaac DeBevoise House.
Jamaica: Oldfield Hendrickson House, north side of Hollis Avenue at about 199th Street, Hollis, 1923. Opposite Isaac DeBevoise House.
Jamaica: Oscar Hammer Cafe, undated.
Jamaica: Pearsall House, 534 and 536 Fulton Street, south side of Jamaica Avenue between 168th Street and 169th Street, 1923.
Jamaica: Pearsall House, 534 and 536 Fulton Street, south side of Jamaica Avenue between 168th Street and 169th Street, 1924.
Jamaica: Peter Hendrickson House, east side of Springfield Road about 800 feet south of the Convent of the Little Sisters of the Poor, 1922.
Jamaica: Police Field Day at Jamaica Race Track near old Rockaway Turnpike, September 15, 1922.
Jamaica: Police Field Day at Jamaica Race Track near old Rockaway Turnpike, September 15, 1922.
Jamaica: Presbyterian Church on Clinton Avenue, undated.
Jamaica: Prospect Street looking north from Catherine Street, August 1934.
Jamaica: Rear of James Van Siclen House, west side of Lincoln Avenue at about 112th Avenue, about 200 feet from Dakota Avenue (135th Street), 1922.
Jamaica: Reformed Dutch Church, south side of Jamaica Avenue east of Church Street, 1923.
Jamaica: Reformed Dutch Church, south side of Jamaica Avenue east of Church Street, 1923.
Jamaica: Reformed Dutch Church, south side of Jamaica Avenue east of Church Street, 1928. Rear view.
Jamaica: Reformed Dutch parsonage at 227 Fulton Street, north side, near 149-11 Jamaica Avenue, 1922
Jamaica: Reformed Dutch parsonage at 227 Fulton Street, north side, near 149-11 Jamaica Avenue, 1922
Jamaica: Reformed Dutch parsonage at 227 Fulton Street, north side, near 149-11 Jamaica Avenue, 1922

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