Preliminary Guide to Environmental Sources
East Hampton Free Library. Long Island Collection.
East Hampton, NY
- H.H. Jacobs. Environmental collection, 1971-1974.
Arrangement: Alphabetical by subject.
Scrapbooks containing news clippings on environmental topics from Montauk, N.Y. to Paris, France. Topics include airports, a bridge over Long Island Sound, Dutch elm disease, energy, environmentalists, farmlands, garbage, national parks, oil spills, Sunrise Highway Bypass, and zoning. In addition, the scrapbooks contain loose copies of the newsletters of the East End Council of Organization, 1971-1972, and of the Springs Improvement Society, 1972.
Subject: Environmental protection--United States--Societies, etc.
- East Hampton Town Marine Museum (Amagansett, N.Y.). Long Island
fishermen project photographs, 1982-1987.
14 cubic ft.
Arrangement: By photographer.
Reproduction note: Copies in part.
Many of the photographs appeared in the book MEN'S LIVES by Peter Matthiessen. In addition the photographs are being used in an exhibition called "Men's Lives."
Photographs and slides about Long Island fishermen and the marine environment. Photographs were taken by Danny Lyon, Evelyn Hofer, Gilles Peress, Dan Bounck, Martine Franck, Jean Gaumy, Lynn Johnson, Doug Kuntz, and Adelaide De Menil and depict the everyday lives of a small community of fishermen on the east end of Long Island, whose occupation and way of life are threatened with extinction. Also included are copies of photographs from scrapbooks of local residents, the National Archives, and the Fullerton Collection.
Collection may be viewed, but individual photographers have copyrights to their photographs.
8584 South Main Street.
Mailing address: c/o Town Historian, Town Hall, 2795 East Church Street, Eden, NY 14057
- Minute Book Collection, 1842-1934.
Notes: Minute books of the Eden Temperance Society, 1842-45; the Ladies Dime Society, 1858-94; the Eden Junior League, 1893-94; the Shakespeare Club, 1899-1907; the Jolly Girls Club, 1907; and the Eden Conservation Society, 1931-34.