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Flushing: [Flushing Institute, Amity Street, between Main and Union Streets, 1922. Demolished.]
Flushing: Civil War soldiers' monument, undated.
Flushing: [Flushing Institute in summer, undated.]
Flushing: unidentified wooden house, undated.
Flushing: [Lawrence House, east of Bayside Avenue opposite Murdock Avenue, Bayside, 1923].
Flushing: unidentified derelict house, undated. Windows boarded up.
Flushing: Jesse France [?] House, Whitestone Road, east side, north of Mitchell Avenue, 1923.
Flushing: unidentified large Dutch-style house covered in wood shakes, surrounded by thick trees, undated.
Flushing: Walker House, 215 Sanford Avenue, northwest corner of Bowne Avenue, 1924.
Flushing: 13 - 15 Main Street, 1922.
Flushing: H.C. Poppenhusen House, east side of Queens Road north of Jericho Turnpike, 1923.
Flushing: unidentified house, undated.
Flushing: [103 and 105 Main Street; Hepburn's Pharmacy at 103, Geddes Paint at 105, 1922].
Flushing: unidentified cleared field with construction equipment in the distance, undated.
Flushing: unidentified small house and outbuilding in snowy field, undated.
Flushing: [Jagger House, northwest corner Jamaica Avenue [i.e. Kissena Boulevard] and Sanford Avenue, 1922.]
Flushing: Hicksite Quaker Meeting House, south side of Broadway, west of Union Street, rear view, [1922?].
Flushing: [Israel W. Peck House, southwest corner of Northern Boulevard and Lawrence Street, 1922].
Flushing: Mrs. Remsen House, Rocky Hill Road north of Jericho Turnpike, 1923.
Flushing: [John Bowne House, east side of Bowne Avenue, nearly opposite Washington Street, north of Liberty Street, 1922. Built 1661.]
Flushing: ruins of an unidentified wood shake house, undated. 3/4 front view.
Flushing: [R.B. Parsons House, in vicinity of Lincoln Street [and?] 148th Street, 1924.]
Flushing: view of West Amity Street (old Cedar Street), looking west from Amity Street, 1924.
Flushing: unidentified house, undated.
Flushing: Barto House, 110 Washington Street, north side, 1922.
Flushing: unidentified old Dutch house in snowy woods, undated.
Flushing: [Bloodgood House, built 1777, south side of Broadway at 15th Street, 1923.]
Flushing: Mrs. H.D. Lott House, Sanford Avenue, south side, east of Percy Avenue, 1924.
Flushing: unidentified wooden house with picket fence, landscaped front garden, undated.
Flushing: Town Hall, built 1862-1864, northwest corner of Broadway and Linden Avenue, 1922.
Flushing: unidentified construction supplies/wreckage, undated.
Flushing: [14 Church Street, northeast comer of Garden Street, 1922].
Flushing: unidentified farm buildings, undated.
Flushing: Thomas Foster House, east side of Alley Road north of Alley Pond (Mill Pond), 1922.
Flushing: Mrs. Remsen, Little Neck Road, east side, one mile north of Jericho Turnpike, 1922.
Flushing: large unidentified house with verandah, picket fence, undated.
Flushing: Nelson House, now in rear, 35 Main Street, 1922.
Flushing: [Cameron House, 194 Lincoln Avenue, north side, between Union Street and Bowne Avenue, 1923.]
Flushing: side view of unidentified house with manicured lawn, undated.
Flushing: [Frost House, 101 Broadway, south side, east of Main Street, 1924.]
Flushing: A.D. Rhodes House, Little Neck Road, east side opposite Marion's Lane, 1922.
Flushing: unidentified street corner with pedestrians and traffic, undated.
Flushing: [Jake Schlender Sr. (?) House, Jamaica Avenue, west side, north of North Hempstead Turnpike, 1923. Second site.]
Flushing: unidentified house, undated.
Flushing: [First Congregational Church, Bowne Avenue and Lincoln Avenue, 1923.]
Flushing: [C. Backus House, Rocky Hill Road, west side, at Granger Avenue, 1923].
Flushing: close angle on door and entryway of unidentified ruined house, undated.
Flushing: [Lomax Littlejohn House, 207 Broadway  (i.e. Northern Boulevard), southwest corner of Bowne Street, 1924.]
Flushing: [H.C. Poppenhusen House, east side of Queens Road north of Jericho Turnpike, 1923].
Flushing: Bowne House, on Bowne Street, nearly opposite 37th Avenue, 1922.

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