COLLECTIONS CORNER

 This is a photo of the Albertson livery in Southold with Corey Albertson, Harry Howell, and Clinton Carrole holding two horses in front of the barn. Writing on the back of the photo identifies the barn as the Corey Barn (now gone). The barn originally stood on the east side of Youngs Avenue at the intersection of Youngs Avenue and Travelers Street.
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THREE WAYS YOU CAN HELP!

There are several ways that you can help the Society during this difficult time. Would you please consider becoming a member or renewing your membership? Perhaps you would like to make a monetary donation or become one of our sponsors? We cannot do it alone! We need your help! Your donations will help the Society continue to maintain it’s mission and preserve Southold’s rich history for generations to come.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS

In accordance with the governor’s executive order, Southold Historical Society, the Museum Gift Shop and the Treasure Exchange remain closed at this time.
From all of us at Southold Historical Society, thank you for your continued support.
For any questions, please email info@southoldhistorical.org

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AAQ Resource: Riverhead Ford | Riverhead Lincoln

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