The eclectic architectural style of Dr. Johnson’s residence on Bluff Road in Amagansett.
A rendering on postcard to promote a development in Brightwaters.
A more recent postcard, with rendering provided by the architect of the Bridgehampton Motel.
Residence of Dr. Erdman, showing the unusual bent shingle Cotswold-style roofing.
Canoe Place Inn Ballroom.
Postcard of a rare modern building in Greenport.
Cauliflower, a major local crop, being packed for market.
Circa 1920. Rare color interior view of an establishment in Noyac.
An early greeting postcard showing four scenes in Quogue.
Horse diving at Suffolk County Fair. A generic postcard?
The iconic Big Duck in Flanders on a “linen” postcard.
Long Wharf, Sag Harbor
Barnes residence, Gin Lane, on the ocean. Circa 1910. One room remained when the building burned down.
The original property of Southampton Hospital with summer tents in the backyard. House still stands across from the current hospital location.
A “linen” postcard that might have been used for greetings from any coastal location.
Circa 1905, including Herrick Hardware.
Chief Bunn at the Southampton Pageant, Agawam Park, 1915.
Residence of J.C. Parrish, Samuel Parrish’s brother, located approximately where the Southampton College gymnasium was built. Photo postcard colored by Eric.
The Wind Mill House on Gin Lane, circa 1907. Photographer: Hess.
Photo postcard of private residence in North Sea, 1915. Arts and crafts interior, rustic-style exterior.
Bathing Corporation, located at southern end of Lake Agawam, circa 1925.
Shinnecock Inn, adjacent to the Shinnecock Golf Club, was open for one year before burning down in 1908. Detail of postcard, hand-colored by Eric.
Photo postcard of Samuel Parrish in his Museum. Circa 1907.
The Seven Ponds Inn was located north of Montauk Highway, just west of Water Mill.
A late, shingle-style resort residence. Most likely an early promotional postcard for the construction company.
A sampling from Eric Woodward’s Postcard Collection, with captions by the architect.
Eric Woodward: www.ericwoodwardarchitect.com