Historical Marker Search

You searched for City|State: oyster bay, ny

Page 2 of 7 — Showing results 11 to 20 of 63
Sagamore Hill may have been a working farm, but it was also a playground for Theodore Roosevelt. He cleared much of the land, but left these 35 acres as woodlands filled with chestnuts, elms, and cedars. It was home to wildlife and allowed Rooseve…
Tennis at Sagamore Hill had unique challenges and court rules. The ground wasn't level and tree branches closed in the court. The Roosevelts allowed "that when a ball hit a branch and might have gone in it was a 'let.'"For Theodore Roose…
Masonic Lodge of PresidentTheodore Roosevelt, 26th President of the UnitedStates. Raised to a MasterMason April 24, 1901.
Sold by Francis Bannerman to Col. Robert Townsend (1853 - 1915) in the early 1900's as the great chain links which crossed the Hudson at West Point during the Revolution. The original chain links were made by his great grandfather at the Sterling …
The Roosevelt family needed full-time assistance to maintain the house and farm. Theodore had a devoted valet, James Amos, he called his "head man." The house staff included a cook, waitress, chambermaid, and a nurse who had worked for E…
In tribute to allveteranswho served theUnited States ofAmerica
To the memory ofthose fromOyster Baywho gave their livesin the service oftheir country 1917 ? · ? World War I ? · ? 1918Nicolas Abbati · Frank Boday · Fred H. Cassell · Luke Kiloran · Quentin Roosevelt …
30 pdr Parrott Rifle 27made in 1861 ? Weight 3510 lbsService on board USSR.R. Cuyler 61 to 63 Presented to the Village ofOyster Bay, NYby US Navy DepartmentUnveiled byTheodore RooseveltPresident of United StatesJune 27, 1903
Citizen of Oyster BayPresident of the United States* * * * * * * * * * "The way to be good citizens of this nation is to be good citizens of Oyster Bay"* ? ? ? July 4, 1906 ? ? ?*
In MemoriamU.S.S. MaineDestroyed in Havana HarborFebruary 15th 1898 This tablet is cast from metal recovered from the U.S.S. Maine