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Title Monument to the Founder of Smithtown, Long Island, N. Y.
Object Name Postcard
Description Postcard, color tinted photograph of the Smithtown bull statue.
Title reads: "Monument to the Founder of Smithtown, Long Island, N. Y."
"L.I.L. 50" at the bottom left.
On reverse: "Smithtown, Long Island / Smithtown, on the shores of the beautiful Nisse / quogue River, is a settlement that dates back to 1653. It includes in its varied historical back- / ground, the site where once stood the home of / "Widow Blydenburgh", mentioned in Washing- / ton's diary as one of the places he visited in / 1790. Located forty-eight miles from New York / City, Smithtown offers three public beaches, / boating, and good sport fishing."
"Made by the Tomlin Art Company, Northport, Long Island, N. Y."
Artist Tomlin Art Company
Catalog Number 2010.010.0068
Date n.d.
Dimensions H-5.5 W-3.5 inches
Credit line Gift of Maggie Blanck, 2010
Search Terms Maggie Land Blanck Postcard Collection