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Hutton House Lectures at LIU Post

This series of lectures is drawn from the content of SPLIA’s latest book, Gardens of Eden: Long Island’s Early Twentieth-Century Planned Communities. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED: Please call LIU Post – Hutton House Lectures and Continuing Education

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2015 Instagram Competition

We have seen many photos on Instagram that have captured the serene beauty of Long Island, the quirky, understated charm of little-known places and spaces, and offered a window into the rich and interesting lives

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Spring 2015 Preservation Workshops

Selling “This Old House:” How to Market Historic HomesTuesday, March 10, 10-11 am; $25 members, $30 non-members What makes a house historic and how can realtors market it? Long Island’s built environment boasts many types of

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Fordham Saw Mill

Designated a Town of Southampton Historic Landmark in 1985, the building has been vacant since 2008. Once a center of industry in the area, the mill served as a location for carriage, wheel, and coffin-making

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Roslyn Grist Mill

A rare surviving early-18th century industrial building featuring unique Dutch framing methods, the Roslyn Grist Mill has been vacant and threatened by demolition by neglect since the 1970s. Listed on the National Register of Historic

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