Susan and Ronald Cook: Long Island Collection
Type of Material: A collection of artifacts and printed ephemera that documents social and leisure activities
on Long Island from the early to mid-twentieth century.
Collection ID: Collection 418
Extent: 1 cubic ft.
Span Dates: 1924-1977
Seal: the Seal of The Davenport Press, 1924.
Merritt, Jesse. The Historical Importance of Nassau County, Long Island , New York. Farmingdale, NY : At the sign of the Turf & Twig, 1939. This copy is dedicated by the author to Louis E. Schwartz. founder of The Davenport Press, dated March 14, 1941.
Oakley, Helen McKelvey. Christopher Morley on Long Island; A Biographical Sketch. Roslyn, NY : Christopher Morley Knothole Association, 1967. Includes a certificate
of enrollment to The Christopher Morley Knothole Association presented to Mr. Leon
Officers of the Roslyn Estates Association. Roslyn Estates: Our Village. N.p.: 1962.
"Roslyn: Old and New L.I." by Ari L. Goldman. The New York Times, February 11, 1977, C24.
January 20, 1932: dance recital program from the Robina Swanson Dancing School of Mineola, NY.
1934: commencement exercise program from Mineola Junior High School.
1935: commencement exercise program from Mineola Junior High School .
February 20 and 21, 1936: Playbill for “Step This Way” presented at the Cherry Valley School by the Garden City P.T.A as a benefit for "The Scholarship Fund."
June 11, 1937: Beth Israel Congregation of Hempstead, NY, Religious School Graduation Exercise program.
Front office of the Davenport Press. Pictured in the corner is founder Louis E. Schwartz
Art Museum, Heckscher Park, Huntington, LI.
Rock Hall, circa 1767. Lawrence, Long Island. Published by Franklin National Bank
- Long Island Historical Series.
"Picturesque Long Island: Twelve Pencil Drawings for Framing by William Longyear. With the Compliments of Nesbit Oldsmobile, Inc. Manhasset."
1) Clinton Academy, 1784, East Hampton