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Tour the Vanderbilt Mansion
Tour the Vanderbilt Mansion
Tuesday, April 25 • 12:15 pm (Please arrive by 12:00 noon)
Register using code HMA970
In the summer of 1910, William K. Vanderbilt II bought 20 acres overlooking Northport Bay. He commissioned the New York City firm of Warren & Wetmore to build him a summer home. Take an intimate look at rooms that are left just as they were when William and Rosamund lived there. The tour begins in the Courtyard, where the guide describes the history of the Eagle’s nest estate, its construction (1910-1936) and architectural details.

Join us for a private tour of this fascinating home. The tour lasts approximately one hour. Not recommended for anyone under the age of 8. Meet in the courtyard and please wear comfortable shoes. Parking is on site. Limited Space. Registration required. HPL cardholders only (2 guests per library card).   Registration required. HPL cardholders only.

 

 

history reference center
History Reference Center is the world's most extensive full-text history reference database, featuring full text for more than 1,990 reference books, encyclopedias, and non-fiction books. This content comes from leading history publishers such as Branden Publishing, Compass Point Books, Houghton Mifflin, Lerner Publishing Group, Mason Crest Publishers, Morgan Reynolds Inc., Oliver Press, Oxford University Press, Rourke Publishing LLC, Salem Press, Stackpole Books, and Toucan Valley Publications.  History Reference Center also includes full text for 150 leading history periodicals, including America's Civil War, American Historical Review, American History, Archaeology, British Heritage, Canada’s History, Civil War Times, Heritage New Zealand, Military History, Teaching History, African Studies Quarterly, Ancient Egypt Magazine, American Indian Quarterly, Australian Historical Studies, Chinese Studies in History, Early Medieval Europe, Family & Community History, and many more!

 

Welcome!
Our Mary Talmage Local History Room houses a collection of materials consisting of photographs, postcards, scrapbooks, maps, newspaper clippings, oral histories, and many unique items that were originally housed in the Soldier's and Sailor's Memorial Building, and moved to our present location at 338 Main Street.

Room Hours:

By appointment only.  For further information about our collection, doing research or donating materials, please contact Teresa Schwind at 631-427-5165 ext. 250 or email 
 

Huntington Digital Collection

Huntington Public Library and Town history through historic photographs, documents, postcards, oral histories, and a Walt Whitman collection are available via our Huntington Digital Collection.
 
 


Family History Center Microfilm/Microfiche Service

Your gateway to a vast collection of genealogical and historical records!

As a Huntington Public Library patron, you are entitled to request microfilm and microfiche listed in the Family History Library Catalog. As the requestor, you are responsible for all charges and will make payments directly to the Family History Center. Your requested items will be delivered to Huntington Public Library for you.

Note: Before ordering any film, check the Family History Library Catalog to see if there is a digital copy online for you to view.

PRICES:
(for film loans in the United States and Canada)
  • Short-term Film Loan $7.50
  • Short-term Film Loan Extension $7.50
  • Extended Film Loan $18.75
  • Microfiche Loan $4.75
 
ORDERING IS SIMPLE!
The Family History Center Microfilm/Microfiche Request Page of Live-brary.com provides detailed information on creating a new account, searching and ordering, For additional assistance, please contact the Adult Reference and Services department at

Long Island Memories

Huntington Public Library is proud to participate in the Long Island Memories Project, a Long Island Library Resources (LILRC) Regional Digitization Program to develop a regional digital collection built collaboratively by regional institutions that will:

  • Ensure public access to the rich regional resources of Long Island.
  • Promote the economic and efficient delivery of digital resources to the people of Long Island.
  • Contribute to the State and National effort to develop digital libraries and museums.
  • Encourage the use of digital resources to meet the New York State education standards.
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