36 Main St, Roslyn, NY, 11576

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The exact date of the Warren S. Wilkey house is a mystery although there are indications it was built between 1864 and 1867 by John S. Wood for Warren...

Henry Western Eastman was the most prominent of the local lawyers during the second half of the 19th century. His house, which he bought in 1854 and e...

The Smith-Hegeman house and the James Sexton House were moved to their present Main Street locations during the summer of 1972. Before the move, they ...

The early history of the site of the Jacob Kirby Tenant House is described in the chapter on the Van Nostrand-Starkins House (TG 1992). In brief, on M...

The Victorian revival styles consisted mainly of Greek, Gothic, Swiss, Italian and Egyptian designs. Occasionally other design sources, from Europe an...

Between 1773 and 1775, Wilson Williams, a cooper by trade, constructed the earliest part of this house on the hillside adjacent to Main Street. A patr...

Henry Western Eastman was the most prominent of the local lawyers during the second half of the 19th century. His house, which he bought in 1854 and e...

Kirby Cottage, built circa 1850 as an independent "one-up-one-down" structure, may have been originally located somewhere about the "Kirby's Corners" ...