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  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Ketcham Inn in Center Moriches

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Ketcham Inn in Center Moriches

    Thursday, October 4 2018 9:19 AM EDT2018-10-04 13:19:34 GMT
    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the story of the Ketcham Inn in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the story of the Ketcham Inn in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the story of the Ketcham Inn in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.

    News 12 Long Island's Danielle Campbell and Brian Endres tell the story of the Ketcham Inn in this month's Long Island's Hidden Past.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Film industry in Suffolk County

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Film industry in Suffolk County

    Thursday, September 6 2018 8:52 AM EDT2018-09-06 12:52:08 GMT
    Suffolk County played a surprising role in the early stages of the silent film industry.Suffolk County played a surprising role in the early stages of the silent film industry.
    Suffolk County played a surprising role in the early stages of the silent film industry.Suffolk County played a surprising role in the early stages of the silent film industry.

    Suffolk County played a surprising role in the early stages of the silent film industry.

    Suffolk County played a surprising role in the early stages of the silent film industry.

  • Long Island's Hidden Past: Bootlegging on Long Island

    Long Island's Hidden Past: Bootlegging on Long Island

    Thursday, August 9 2018 6:29 AM EDT2018-08-09 10:29:40 GMT
    On display at The Bridgehampton Museum are the bottles, buttons and speakeasy bars that were part of Long Island life during prohibition.On display at The Bridgehampton Museum are the bottles, buttons and speakeasy bars that were part of Long Island life during prohibition.

    On display at The Bridgehampton Museum are the bottles, buttons and speakeasy bars that were part of Long Island life during prohibition. 

    On display at The Bridgehampton Museum are the bottles, buttons and speakeasy bars that were part of Long Island life during prohibition. 

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