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Home Sweet Home Features East Hampton Souvenirs

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W.J. Hooper sitting outside of his hardware store in the late 19th

W.J. Hooper sitting outside of his hardware store in the late 19th

 early 20th century. SHAYE WEAVER

early 20th century. SHAYE WEAVER

A Home Sweet Home plaque from 1930 by Corocroft Studios at Frank M. Sayford Inc. in Brooklyn. SHAYE WEAVER

A Home Sweet Home plaque from 1930 by Corocroft Studios at Frank M. Sayford Inc. in Brooklyn. SHAYE WEAVER

East Hampton Village Historian and Director of Home Sweet Home Hugh King holds a blue Staffordshire plate

East Hampton Village Historian and Director of Home Sweet Home Hugh King holds a blue Staffordshire plate

 from 1895

from 1895

 depicting the Clinton Academy

depicting the Clinton Academy

 the Old Mill

the Old Mill

 Main Street

Main Street

 and John Howard Payne. SHAYE WEAVER

and John Howard Payne. SHAYE WEAVER

East Hampton Village Historian and Director of Home Sweet Home Hugh King holds a blue Staffordshire plate

East Hampton Village Historian and Director of Home Sweet Home Hugh King holds a blue Staffordshire plate

 from 1895

from 1895

 depicting the Clinton Academy

depicting the Clinton Academy

 the Old Mill

the Old Mill

 Main Street

Main Street

authorShaye Weaver on Jun 25, 2013
Souvenirs aren’t what they used to be—brightly colored T-shirts, plastic key chains and snow globes have replaced dainty dessert plates, delicately engraved silver spoons, and glass paper weights bearing the... more

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