Endangered Historic Places 2011

SPLIA’s list for 2011 includes: American Venice Administration Plaza and Laguna San Marco; Hotel Huntington (Aboff Building); John Coltrane Home; Marion Carll Farm

 
  • John and Alice Coltrane Home

    John and Alice Coltrane Home

    The Coltrane Home is a nationally valued site that describes the private life of a significant person in American history and also speaks to the African American experience during the […]

     
     
  • Hotel Huntington (Aboff Building)

    Hotel Huntington (Aboff Building)

    The Hotel Huntington is a substantial historic resource that illustrates Huntington’s downtown commercial development patterns after World War I. Designed by Long Island architect, August H. Galow, the hotel was […]

     
     
  • American Venice Administration Plaza and Laguna San Marco

    American Venice Administration Plaza and Laguna San Marco

    Created in the mid-1920’s to serve as the waterside recreational center of a Venetian-themed planned community located on the Great South Bay, the American Venice Administration Plaza and Laguna San […]

     
     
  • Marion Carll Farm

    Marion Carll Farm

      The Marion Carll Farmstead in Commack is a time capsule of Long Island rural life spanning the late nineteenth into the early twentieth centuries. Located upon a nine-acre site […]